The Ministry of education of Ingushetia have decided not to hold graduation parties in connection with Ramadan, which begins may 26. About it reports the Internet-the newspaper "Ingushetia".
"The fact that prom time will coincide with the Muslim fasting which complies with the majority of teachers in Ingushetia, and a senior", — explained in regional Minobra, writes "Rossiyskaya Gazeta".
Prom will be held in Russia on June 23-24.
Last call is scheduled for may 24. In order to ensure the security of celebrations in all schools will conduct parent meetings with participation of inspectors on Affairs of minors and local police officers. The heads of educational institutions recommended to prepare the routes of movement of pupils in day of last call.
This year Ramadan runs from 26 may until 25 June. This is the month of fasting during which Muslims from dawn to sunset refuse, particularly food and drink. At this time our thoughts should be pure, and good deeds.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who arrived in Gurzuf, spoke with pupils of children's camp "Artek". In particular, he discussed with a girl from Donetsk, the principles of journalists ' work and came to the conclusion that the press should not offend the heroes of the news. The conversation was observed by the journalists of the Kremlin pool.
Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the children's camp "Artek" in the Crimea. He took part in the opening ceremony of the seventh shift. During the visit the head of state looked into a gym, a crafts class and one of the rooms. In the dining room were treated to pancakes cooked by the pupils.
ROC intends to adhere to the agreements with the Roman Catholic Church concerning the stay of the relics of St. Nicholas on the territory of Russia, reported the press Secretary of the Patriarch Alexander Volkov. He noted that it is not ready to evaluate the possibility to leave the artifact in the country.
The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine sent the Russian foreign Ministry protest note in connection with the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Crimea. The Department considered the visit by the Russian delegation as "a flagrant violation of state sovereignty and territorial integrity."
Chief editor of the Ukrainian Internet-editions "Strenia" Igor Guzhva was detained on 22 June in Kiev on suspicion in receiving a bribe, detained for two months. The journalist entrusted with additional responsibilities in particular he must hand over the documents, allowing to travel abroad.
The Israeli air force attacked the positions of Syrian troops after a government-controlled part of the Golan heights exploded shells, who arrived from Syria. According to the statement of the army, was attacked by two tanks of the Syrian government forces and the place from where rockets were fired.