The deputy plenipotentiary representative in the North Caucasus Federal District noted that the Chechen Republic is a benchmark for other regions The deputy plenipotentiary representative in the North Caucasus Federal District noted that the Chechen Republic is a benchmark for other regions

The deputy plenipotentiary representative in the North Caucasus Federal District noted that the Chechen Republic is a benchmark for other regions

The deputy plenipotentiary representative in the North Caucasus Federal District noted that the Chechen Republic is a benchmark for other regions

The meeting of the Chairman of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic Magomed Daudov with the Deputy Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the North Caucasian Federal District Andrey Konin took place in the legislative body of the republic.

During the conversation, the deputy plenipotentiary noted that the Chechen Republic, in many socio-economic indicators, is a benchmark for other regions of the North Caucasus Federal District. And in issues such as security, well-functioning infrastructure, new construction and participation in the Northern Military District, according to him, the republic can be considered a leader among the regions of Russia.

In turn, Magomed Daudov noted that such good results were made possible thanks to the effective activities of the Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov. The Speaker of the Parliament also emphasized that the Chechen Republic always finds support and understanding from the Plenipotentiary Mission of the North Caucasus Federal District in resolving problematic issues. 

At the end of the meeting, Andrei Konin was awarded a Letter of Gratitude from the Chairman of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic.


Boris Johnson: Trump's return may be what the world needs now

Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed his opinion that the return of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States may be "what the world needs now."
Johnson said in an opinion article in the British newspaper “Daily Mail” on Friday: “If we look at the facts, it is permissible to say, and this is what I am doing now, that a Trump presidency may be what the world needs right now.”

Trump declares his harmony with Putin and his ability to end the conflict in Ukraine
Johnson called for "not to demonize" Trump, but rather to evaluate the results of his presidency rationally, and not to consider him a "future dictator."

Johnson considered Trump's economic policies successful, and mentioned that the Trump administration in particular provided "Javelin" anti-tank missiles to Ukraine.

Speaking about his expectations regarding Trump's possible policies towards Ukraine, and in response to concerns about reducing US support for it, Johnson wrote: “Whatever they say about President Trump now, I do not believe that he will want to remain in history as a president who left the country that he once helped in Defending her freedom."

He considered that Trump "will not be able to make America great again if the Republicans allow Russia to insult the West" in Ukraine.

Johnson expressed his opinion that Trump "may have realized that no deal can be made" with Moscow, and therefore he will provide Ukraine with "everything it needs for victory," he said.

Johnson mentioned a number of Trump's steps, including the bombing of Syria in 2018 and the elimination of the commander of the "Quds Force" of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani.

The former British Prime Minister added, "There are grounds for believing that the West will be stronger with Trump, and the situation in the world will be more stable," suggesting that Trump would have stopped the conflict in Ukraine and prevented the escalation of the crisis in the Middle East, had he been president of the United States.

It is noteworthy that the presidential elections will be held in the United States on November 5, 2024. Trump leads public opinion polls as the most likely politician to win the right to run for the Republican Party.
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