How much domestic resorts are more expensive than foreign ones, why they want to ban heat meters, who started the revival of the legendary camera, where policemen were allowed to rest – about these and other events in our review.
… In the online booking service Ostrovok.ru, comparing prices for hotels in domestic and foreign resorts, we came to the conclusion that ours are much more expensive. For example, a night in a three-star hotel in Alushta will cost three times more than in Turkish Alanya. And the price of a similar number in Yalta (6.8 thousand rubles) is 38% higher than in Italian Rimini (4.9 thousand). The Rostourism did not agree with this.
… The Supreme Court upheld a ban on holidays abroad. The reason was the case of the former Moscow policeman. Maxim Luzhnykh was fired after a vacation in the Dominican Republic and Bulgaria (in the report, he reported that he was going to rest in Sochi). The list of 14 countries allowed for rest by security forces includes: Abkhazia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Cuba, the United Arab Emirates, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and South Ossetia.
… More than 350 couples signed for 20 unusual sites for the registration of marriage in Moscow. Wedding boom triggered innovations in the marriage. Now the ceremony can be held in the planetarium, "Moskuriume", "Luzhniki", at the Ostankino television tower, the stadium "Spartak" and in other iconic places of the capital.
… Aroma cars were launched in the country. The first cars with pleasant smells appeared in long-distance trains, in particular in the Nevsky Express. All flavors are hypoallergenic and harmless. Citrus scent was chosen to flavor corridors, and fresh and light aromas for toilets.
… On June 4, Pobeda Airlines published a post explaining why passengers should not change places in a low-cost airline without permission. The question was raised in the media and became a pretext for lawsuits. But if safety is indicated as the first reason (oxygen masks for infants are not over all units and only adults can occupy emergency exit areas), the second excited the Internet. In the post that “Victory” then deleted, it was said: “Sitting in one's place is also important for subsequent identification, so that you are not confused with anyone”.
… Thunderstorm with hail de-energized 20 thousand houses in the Crimea, dozens of cars were damaged.
… Housing in new buildings continues to go up on the eve of the transition to the new rules of shared construction. In May, the average price per square meter in the country amounted to 70.2 thousand rubles.
… Shvabe Holding (part of Rostec State Corporation) announced the start of sales of the Zenit M rangefinder camera. This is the first model released under the revived brand. The camera was developed on the basis of the Leica M digital camera, but it is completed with a domestic metal and glass lens. The look repeats the Soviet cameras of the Zenith and Vigilant families. Zenit-M with a lens was estimated at 460 thousand rubles. The first batch of cameras sold on pre-orders.
… 85% of Russians are thinking about stopping using plastic bags that pollute the planet. VTsIOM found out that now 68% of Russians use them for packing purchased products.
… Ford will stop producing cars in Russia by the end of June.
… The traffic police want to prohibit the malicious violators of traffic rules to use car sharing (rented cars).
… From December 1, 2019, the punishment for selling three drugs is toughened: tropicamide (for pupil dilation), tapentadol (an opioid analgesic) and pregabalin (an anticonvulsant drug). All of them are prescription, are included in the list of life-saving drugs, but are in demand among drug addicts. Therefore, criminal liability is imposed for the illegal sale and storage of drugs. The decree has already been signed by Dmitry Medvedev. After the entry into force of the document, violators may be sent to prison for three years. Now, as a punishment, only fines from 3 to 30 thousand rubles act.
… Arshavin closed travel abroad because of debts for alimony. The former football player of the Russian national team has not yet filed a divorce with his wife Alisa Kazmina, but according to the court’s decision he must pay 350,000 rubles a month for the maintenance of their common daughter.
… In the Ministry of Construction, they suggested abandoning apartment heat meters: they are expensive, and there is little use. The inexpediency of installing meters is explained by the abuses of citizens who close the valves in their apartments, shifting the payment of heat to their neighbors. After all, they warm their apartments through the walls, ceiling and floor. The Ministry of Construction also notes, "it is impossible to determine the consumption of heat energy in each apartment." For example, if one tenant reduces the temperature by a degree from the standard value (18 degrees Celsius), the other will have to spend 20% more heat to heat his apartment. Finally, officials point to the high cost of meters – 8 thousand rubles. Its replacement will cost 6 thousand rubles, and verification – at 2-3 thousand with a service life of 12 years. However, experts do not agree with such conclusions.
… 71-year-old Bari Alibasova was hospitalized in Moscow, who accidentally drank “Mole” pipe cleaning fluid. The condition of Bari Karimovich is assessed by doctors as severe, he received a severe burn of the esophagus and is in intensive care. His wife, Lydia Fedoseeva-Shukshina, told RBC that she could not comment on information about her husband’s diseases: “Call him and ask. I do not know such details. He is resting now, we just arrived yesterday. ”
Pipe cleaner instead of water: the day before the 72nd anniversary was decisive for Alibasov – Russia 24.
… "Green Patrol" called the most environmentally friendly and dirty regions. The Altai, Tambov and Belgorod regions became the cleanest. The most polluted air is in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Orenburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Irkutsk, Chelyabinsk and Sverdlovsk regions.