RIA Novosti: Putin's message to the Federal Assembly may take place on September 30 According to the agency, the day before the Federation Council will consider the treaty and the draft law “on joining Russia with new entities.” It can be submitted to the State Duma on September 28, writes TASS
President Vladimir Putin may deliver a message to the Federal Assembly on September 30, RIA Novosti reports. citing a source in parliament.
According to him, a protocol event will be held that day, which will probably be attended by the first person. Where exactly it will take place, the interlocutor did not specify.
Another source of the agency in the Federation Council said that before that, on September 29, the upper house of parliament may consider the treaty and the law “on the entry of new subjects into Russia.”
TASS also writes, citing a source, that on this day, parliamentarians may consider bills on the annexation of the “liberated territories” at an extraordinary meeting. to Russia. According to the interlocutor, they will be submitted to the State Duma on the evening of September 28. On September 30, the procedure for the entry of the DPR, LPR and Moscow-controlled Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia may take place, an agency source in the lower house said.
From September 23 to 27, the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR), whose independence Moscow recognized two days before the start of the military operation in Ukraine, as well as the pro-Russian military-civilian administrations of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, are holding referendums on joining Russia. The leaders of these regions simultaneously set voting dates, and also asked Putin “as soon as possible” attach them. The State Duma promised to support the decision of the participants if they voted for joining Russia, and the Federation Council warned that after the referendums, an attack on these territories would be equated with an attack on the country.
The Ukrainian authorities call these territories occupied and promise to return them. President Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that Kyiv's position would not change; earlier, he stressed that in the event of referendums, dialogue with Moscow would be impossible. Western countries, including Germany, the United States, France, Poland and others, condemned the organization of the referendums and stated that they did not recognize their results, since the voting did not comply with international law. Turkey also refused to recognize the referenda. The G7 European Union warned Russia of new sanctions.
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