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I love you Tayyip: Turkish TV channel incorrectly translated Lavrov’s words about Erdogan’s tie

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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) pointed out to the Turkish YoITV channel about an error in translating the words of the head of russian foreign affairs, Sergey Lavrov. The corresponding message was published on Twitter by the Russian Foreign Ministry.


The plot, in which the department noticed a mistake, came out after the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Moscow. Lavrov told the head of state: “I love your tie”, and the channel translated these words as “I love you, Tayyip”.


Earlier in March, Lavrov read out the text of an additional protocol agreed upon by the presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at negotiations in Moscow on the settlement of the situation in Syrian Idlib. According to the first point, all hostilities in Idlib will cease from 00:01 on March 6. The second point, along the M4 highway connecting northern Syria with Latakia, a six-kilometer-wide security corridor will be created. According to the third, on March 15, joint Russian-Turkish patrols should begin along this highway.


The talks with Putin and Erdogan took place on March 5 and lasted about six hours, including more than two hours, the presidents had a face-to-face conversation.

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In a nearly two-hour video, which has already garnered 16,811,603 views on YouTube, the Kremlin's main critic accuses the Russian president of being, through intermediaries, the beneficiary of a vast property and a huge palace near the city. Ghelendjik, on the shores of the Black Sea.


This very luxurious ensemble, containing, among other things, vineyards, an ice hockey rink and a casino, was allegedly financed - according to Navalny - by relatives of the Russian president, such as Rosneft owner Igor Secin and businessman Gennady Timchenko.


"It is a state in the Russian state. And in this state there is only one irremovable tsar. Putin, "Navalny said, also accusing the Russian president of being" obsessed with wealth and luxury. "


According to the opponent, 100 billion rubles (1.12 billion euros during the day) were spent to build this complex, whose total area would be 7,000 hectares and which is owned by the FSB (Russian Federal Security Service), quotes Agerpres.


The existence of this palace and its alleged links to Vladimir Putin was first discussed in 2010, when several journalistic investigations suggested fraudulent actions.


Bemorepanda shows you 30 pictures from the secret castel of Putin.


We remind you that the castle is kept in a great secret, and these are the pictures taken from a 3D demonstration of the castle. The 3D video was made based on the plan of the castle, where it is indicated even the name of each piece of furniture and even of the toilet paper holder which is estimated to be worth thousands of dollars. There are a few realistic photos, that the workers made, you will see them below.


1.In this real picture we see the small living room, which is actually a huge one. It is all with luxury Italian brand furniture "Citterio Atena". All furniture is exclusively made to order. The furniture is estimated at a price of over millions of dollars.


2.This is the picture of one of dozens of other halls. It's all hand-painted with gold details.


3.This is the garden inside the castle, here you have the feeling that you are in one of the ancient castles of Italy.


4.Here is the picture of the reading room. It is a huge and bright one.


5.The other side of the reading room, exclusive furniture and other gold items.


6.Thanks to this image we can see how real the 3D view of the castle is. We see attached here a real picture from the castle.


7.Here we see the gold coat of arms of Russia. The coat of arms of the Russian flag is in the castle practically everywhere. Putin, thanks to these inlays, will never forget that he is the king of Russia.


8.The rest room before entering the theater is all made of mramura stone. Here we see a bar where Putin will be able to taste a good whiskey before the show.


9.We see more closely the bar which is truly exclusive.


10.In Putin's castle, he has a real theater, with a stage and room for grimaces.


11.Visitors can stay on both floors. Here we also have exclusive furniture that also costs over thousands of dollars. Between the areas you can draw the curtain to have a better privacy.


12.We see up close the amazing furniture in the theater.


13.Putin loves hookah. Of course he also has a room in the castle to smoke hookah.


14.We see how well arranged the room where Putin invites her friends and relatives to a hookah.


15.Besides, Putin has a small scene in the hookah room. Girls from all over the world will dance on this stage to delight the eyes of the president and the guests.


16.Here Putin will never lose. It is his own casino room. Exactly he has a well-equipped casino where he will spend his time happily.


17.Here's the casino table.


18.Of course Putin loves dancing. Here is a dance machine that costs a fortune.


19.Casino machines.


20.You can see here well the casino.


21.Here is a miniature ring, where electric toy cars will travel under speed, to fascinate guests.


22.Here is the track itself.


23.Of course, the Red Square is here.


24.This is one of dozens of other elevators.


25.The view in an ordinary hallway that transits the rooms.


26.One of the other living rooms.


27.Putin's bedroom with a huge bed and canopies.


28.A TV so as not to miss the Russian news.


29.A picture of the worker is captured here. This dresser costs around a few million dollars.


30.Here's Putin's amazing bathroom.



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What happened

 

Since the beginning of March, Russian banks and ATMs issued to customers about 1 trillion rubles ($ 13.6 billion) in cash, which is more than the amount that Russians withdrew from banks over the past year, the Central Bank said.

 

Bloomber was the first agency who noticed.

 

According to the them, the Russians began to actively withdraw money before the new anticoronavirus measures where introduced.

 

“People were afraid that banks would not be available during quarantine,” Denis Poryvay, an analyst at Raiffeisenbank in Moscow, explained to the agency the behavior of Russians. “They were withdrawing money for the same reason that others stocked up on food,” he added.

 

 

Bloomberg estimates that the daily increase in demand for cash came after key announcements made by Russian President Vladimir Putin during his televisions to citizens. So, the first leap occurred after the head of state announced a tax on bank deposits in excess of 1 million rubles. And the peak fell on March 3. The day before, the president declared that the entire month of April will be a non-working month,

 

Around the same period, in mid-March, Bloomberg notes with reference to retailers, demand for low-cost nutritious foods, such as buckwheat and canned meat, also increased. The Kremlin and the Central Bank have not yet commented on this news.

 

The fight against coronavirus

 

With television appeals in connection with the spread in Russia of a new type of coronavirus, Putin turned to the Russians twice. In the first, he postponed the date of voting on amendments to the Constitution and announced the measures prepared by the state to combat the epidemic.

 

Among them were not only support measures, but also new taxes, for example, on bank deposits in excess of 1 million rubles. In the second appeal, the president declared April a non-working month, but with the preservation of wages.

 

The authorities did not begin to introduce quarantines at the federal level in connection with the pandemic. For this Putin was criticized by leading Russian economists, including professor at the Paris University of Sciences Po Sergey Guriev, professor at the Paris School of Economics Ekaterina Zhuravskaya, professor of economics at Princeton University Oleg Itzhoki and others.

 

Later, they called the measures of state support for business and people under quarantine conditions short-sighted and called on the Russian authorities to distribute to each Russian at a fixed amount (for example, 10,000 rubles). The money for this, experts beleive, is in the National Welfare Fund.

 

But the Central Bank did not support such an initiative.

 

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin expressed a similar point of view. He noted that with the implementation of such a measure, budgets will go bust.

 

Pay attention

 

According to the latest official information, more than 43,000 cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Russia. More than 361 people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 have died. The most difficult epidemiological situation among all Russian regions is in Moscow and the Moscow region.

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