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UPD: 04/03/2015 Putin is preparing for a big war, increasing military spending, - Illarionov. SCHEDULE
From the time Vladimir Putin came to power until January 2014, Russian military spending averaged 2.5-3.2% of GDP per year, while having a steady upward trend.
About this writes in a blog a former adviser to Putin, a researcher at the Washington Institute of Cato Andrei Illarionov
"For the first 13 years, military spending grew at constant prices by 2.6 times and totaled 12.6 trillion rubles, or 429 billion dollars (an average of about 15% of all federal budget expenditures)," writes Illarionov.
UPD: 04/03/2015 The Netherlands Prosecutor's Office established involvement in the destruction of the Boeing General of the GRU of the General Staff of Russia
Investigators from the Dutch prosecutor’s office investigating the circumstances of last year’s crash of a Malaysian Boeing 777 aircraft in the Donbass announced a careful study of wiretapping data from the Ukrainian Security Service with the participation of a retired general of the Russian GRU, writes NRC Handelsblatt.
The newspaper writes that wiretapping of conversations by Russian intelligence general Sergei Petrovsky may indicate his involvement in the disaster. In total, the SBU transferred four records to the Dutch investigators.
According to the publication, General Petrovsky, mentioned in conversations under the pseudonym "Gloomy", resigned in the spring of 2014 with the rank of major general, after which he went to the east of Ukraine, where he joined the armed detachments of militants.
UPD: 04/03/2015 A pro-Russian channel during a survey on the fate of Crimean Tatar television showed 1678% for disconnecting ATR. A PHOTO
Yesterday, April 2, in the First Crimean Channel defending a pro-Russian position, a survey of viewers on the topic “What fate awaits Crimean Tatar broadcasting” took place.
During the survey, infographics showed a result of 1678% with the answer "nobody needs it, we have enough channels." It is reported by Crimea. Realities.
The survey was created in the framework of the TV program "Everything as is", the theme of which was the fate of the Crimean Tatar broadcasting on the peninsula. It was attended by “Crimean Deputy Prime Minister” Dmitry Polonsky, head of the Committee on Interethnic Relations and Deported Crimean Citizens Zaur Smirnov, “Crimean State Council Vice-Speaker” Andrei Kozenko, ATR TV Channel Director General Elzara Islyamova and ATR Media Holding owner Lenur Islyamov.
The indicator of 1678% did not last long on the screens and gave way to a smaller number, but many viewers managed to take photos or screenshots of the screens and posted photos with more than a thousand percent on social networks.
The channel’s official website has not yet commented on what has happened.
At the end of the program, the results of the survey were as follows: to the question “What fate awaits Crimean Tatar broadcasting?”, The answer “a real national television channel of the Crimean Tatars appears” was chosen by 37.7% of the audience, 41.2% voted for the answer “it is necessary to open TV for all the peoples of Crimea” , for the answer "nobody needs it, there are enough channels in Crimea" - 21%.