summit on settlement in Syria kicked off in Moscow, two drones tried to attack a military facility near Voronezh, NATO is making new plans to protect allies
Drone exploded near Belgorod
The Governor of the Belgorod Region said that in the village of Olkhovatka, Novooskolsky District there was an explosion, presumably due to a Ukrainian drone. Several houses, a post office, a library and a paramedic’s station were damaged. According to the head of the region, to restore the damage will begin today.
Summit of Foreign Ministers of Russia, Iran, Turkey and Syria started in Moscow
Russian Foreign Ministers Sergei Lavrov, Iranian Foreign Ministers Hossein Amir Abdollahian, Syrian Faisal Mikdad and Turkish Mevlut Cavusoglu hold a meeting in Moscow. The talks are taking place against the backdrop of attempts to resolve differences between Damascus and Ankara. According to Lavrov, the launch of the normalization process in relations between Syria and Turkey has a positive impact on the situation in the region and the Middle East. The Russian minister proposed to develop a road map as part of the process of normalizing Syrian-Turkish relations.
Two drones tried to attack a military facility near Voronezh
On Wednesday morning, Russian air defense forces stopped the attempt two Ukrainian UAVs attack a military facility in the Voronezh region. This was announced by the governor of the region Alexander Gusev. According to him, as a result of measures of influence, one of them deviated from the course and fell, the second was destroyed by fire damage. Gusev noted that interaction with law enforcement agencies and military command is currently ongoing, and a set of additional measures is being implemented to ensure security.
WADA said that RUSADA does not comply with the anti-doping code
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) reported that the Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) is still does not meet standardsspecified in the World Anti-Doping Code. The release was published following the meeting of the executive committee. The document notes that WADA has received up-to-date data on the status of RUSADA. However, the Russian organization does not comply with the code. WADA will maintain the current status of RUSADA until the organization meets all the conditions of the CAS.
NATO builds new plans to protect allies
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that at the Vilnius summit in July, NATO going to approve new regional plans to strengthen defense. According to the Secretary General of the Alliance, the new plans represent precise requirements for the measures that are necessary to transform the military sphere. Thus, the allies will know exactly what forces and capabilities are needed.