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Matvienko has proposed to introduce the labeling of bottled water

Chairman of the Federation Council also urged “not to get involved” idea to label all goods. MOSCOW, February 28. /TASS/. The Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko has proposed to Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin to return to the discussion of the labeling of bottled water, often produced low-quality products. …

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Protests in Tbilisi began to disperse with water cannons

Georgian special forces began to use force to disperse the protesters outside the Parliament building in Tbilisi. As informs TV channel “Rustavi 2”, the demonstrators have active resistance and the security forces resorting to water cannons, special equipment and batons. “Water cannon several times to let the jets of water. …

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Pipe LTK “Free Falcon” will provide the poles clean water

Lipetsk pipe company “Svobodny Sokol” almost half our pipes of ductile cast iron (ductile iron) exports in Poland. In this country, the pipelines of ductile iron are becoming increasingly popular.   Despite the fact that in Europe there are several large factories producing such products, pipe Lipetsk manufacturer have on …

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Impoverished Ukrainians are forced to fend on bread and water

The consequences of the political crisis in Ukraine in 2014 was reflected in the country’s economy. Ex-President Petro Poroshenko strongly steered a course into the EU and NATO, burning all bridges with Russia. Newly elected President Vladimir Zelensky takes the position of its predecessor. However, while the “upstairs” there are …

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“The police I asked for water, told me drink from the bathroom”

St. Petersburg student hunger strike, demanding to ban the “Warmia”. Interview For the third day in St. Petersburg fast 16-year-old student 622 gymnasium Leonid Shaidurov. June 17, Leonid stood in front of the Committee for education of St. Petersburg in a single picket with a poster “Hunger strike”, until it …

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