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Churkin advised London to "clear conscience" and return the Malvinas Islands

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Russia's permanent representative to the UN, Vitaly Churkin, suggested that the British authorities “clear their conscience” and return the annexed territories, after which they should talk about the Crimea, reports TASS.


Churkin advised London to "clear conscience" and return the Malvinas Islands


At the Security Council meeting, British representative Matthew Rycroft once again tried to accuse Moscow of the escalation of the Ukrainian crisis, which, in his opinion, was initiated by the "annexation" of Crimea.

I can’t fail again to remind you that everything started with a coup d'état, largely with outside support. As for the position of the representative of the United Kingdom, I want to advise: return the Malvinas Islands, return Gibraltar, return the part of Cyprus annexed by you, return the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, which you turned into a huge military base. Then your conscience will, perhaps, be a little clearer, and you can reason on other topics,
said Churkin.

The topic of the Crimea at the meeting was also touched upon by the new US Ambassador Nikki Haley, who said that Washington would not lift the sanctions until Russia returned the peninsula to Ukraine.

Then Churkin reminded her of the American constitution, which has “such wonderful historical the words: "we people".

The people of Crimea quite definitely expressed their will in a referendum. 93% of the population voted for reunification with Russia, from which the Crimea was rejected unfairly and illegally. By the way, this will was later confirmed by various public opinion polls conducted by relevant Western institutions,
pointed out a Russian diplomat.
Photos used:
EPA / PETER FOLEY
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  2. Alex_Rarog
    Alex_Rarog 3 February 2017 09: 10
    +20
    Damn, how difficult it is to work with immoral freaks .... that Churkin that Lavrov, every day they hammer into the wall from moronity ....
    1. Vend
      Vend 3 February 2017 09: 18
      +38
      Finally, I heard what I voiced, and I'm not the only one on the network. To argue on the topic of Crimea, first clear your conscience and return the captured lands. Bravo, Vitaly Ivanovich.
      1. Monos
        Monos 3 February 2017 09: 21
        +37
        Quote: Wend
        Finally, I heard what I voiced, and I'm not the only one on the network. To argue on the topic of Crimea, first clear your conscience and return the captured lands. Bravo, Vitaly Ivanovich.

        They can not. They have a "democracy."
        1. Vasiliev Yu
          Vasiliev Yu 3 February 2017 10: 12
          +4
          Thank you, I saved a screenshot of the definition of democracy.
      2. 210ox
        210ox 3 February 2017 09: 23
        +8
        More often you need to poke your own shit ... Like cats .. The truth does not help, but still continue to do it .. yes
        Quote: Wend
        Finally, I heard what I voiced, and I'm not the only one on the network. To argue on the topic of Crimea, first clear your conscience and return the captured lands. Bravo, Vitaly Ivanovich.
      3. avt
        avt 3 February 2017 09: 45
        +4
        Quote: Wend
        Bravo, Vitaly Ivanovich.

        laughing Churkin, handsome! He said how he shaved his head! good The reference to the American constitution is generally shine! bully
      4. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 3 February 2017 12: 22
        +6
        Quote: Wend
        To argue on the topic of Crimea, first clear your conscience and return the captured lands. Bravo, Vitaly Ivanovich.

        Yes, Vitaliy Ivanovich, with a capital letter - A noble fighter !!!
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 3 February 2017 09: 29
      +24
      Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vitaly Churkin invited the British authorities to “clear their conscience” and return the annexed territories, after which they talk about Crimea
      Where did the Naglosaksa’s conscience come from ?. request
      1. barclay
        barclay 3 February 2017 13: 15
        +1
        Bravo! You can’t say better.
        1. Alena Frolovna
          Alena Frolovna 3 February 2017 22: 34
          +2
          The United States is like the ancient mercantile Carthage. Not without reason, back in the 19th century, the great Russian philosopher Konstantin Nikolaevich Leontyev wrote: “The United States is Carthage of modern times. Civilization is very old, Chaldean, in a simplified republican form on new soil in virgin land».

          The United States, unlike Russia, does not save around itself, but only selects someone else's. And the Americans do not see anything wrong with this and do not consider it evil. They carry "democracy" on the wings of the Tomahawks and believe that this "work" should be paid for, say: Iraq - "democracy", and the States - oil. Everything is "decent", from the point of view of an ordinary American.
    3. Samaritan
      Samaritan 3 February 2017 09: 33
      +10
      So that’s the point, they have already deployed that the war in Ukraine and all the problems from the fact that Crimea has left us ...
      I’m sure that it will go into Western textbooks, but there won’t be a word about May 2 ...
      1. DimerVladimer
        DimerVladimer 3 February 2017 10: 01
        +3
        That's why he is fantastic.
        No one is telling the truth - including Russia.
        Once lied, there is no one.
        American, English and Russian officials, military diplomats - have repeatedly been caught lying - no one has faith.
      2. Vasiliev Yu
        Vasiliev Yu 3 February 2017 10: 15
        +1
        I don’t have enough memory for all of you, take screenshots of clever thoughts.
  3. volodya
    volodya 3 February 2017 09: 10
    +3
    More often, they all need to be reminded of everything that they do. Their memory is bad, damn it!
  4. newcomer
    newcomer 3 February 2017 09: 11
    +5
    Churkin well done. he shut up the shameful Brit fountain and simultaneously taught new diplomacy (I hope not Samantha2) diplomacy.
  5. Alexey-74
    Alexey-74 3 February 2017 09: 16
    +6
    The "old songs about the main thing" are beginning ......... although I personally did not expect anything else, it feels like the UN has become a platform for empty talk with mutual accusations, and specifically they don’t solve anything at all
    1. Per se.
      Per se. 3 February 2017 09: 22
      +3
      Quote: Alexey-74
      it seems that the UN has become a platform for idle chatter with mutual accusations, and specifically do not solve anything at all
      A similar thing happened with the League of Nations, before the Second World War.
  6. jovanni
    jovanni 3 February 2017 09: 18
    +5
    Churkin advised London to "clear conscience" and return the Malvinas Islands

    If they still knew what it was, conscience ...
  7. JD1979
    JD1979 3 February 2017 09: 22
    +5
    Interestingly, they give him compensation for the harm from working with dib * mi? I probably would have left the prints of my teeth on them.
  8. uskrabut
    uskrabut 3 February 2017 09: 25
    +2
    and every time we need to be reminded of the lands taken away from the Indians and the genocide of the indigenous population, the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the scorched European cities after their bombing, and many other dirty tricks that they committed
    1. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 3 February 2017 10: 21
      +1
      Quote: uskrabut
      every time we need to be reminded of the lands taken away from the Indians and the genocide of the indigenous population,

      I think that all of these are written and colored in their history textbooks for elementary school as the only historical need possible at that time.
      I believe that it would be much more sense to release a rental, both on the Internet and in the format of some historical channel, as well as on RT (in general in all the media channels available to us) a high-quality documentary with elements of an art action about where the legs grow from the Crimea, from Ukraine, from Bandera. You see, the electorate is western and is growing old in world history. And the talking heads, as a result of this, will begin to think about their words from the high stands. It is one thing to make a fool of your opponent, and it is another thing to look yourself a fool of yourself.
  9. Kelwin
    Kelwin 3 February 2017 09: 27
    +5
    Churkin is a terrific diplomat, every day to be in contact with this pack of "partners" nerves need titanium. Listen to how they and Lavrov discuss this serpentarium among themselves))
  10. V.ic
    V.ic 3 February 2017 09: 28
    +1
    (C) British representative Matthew Rycroft has once again tried to accuse Moscow of escalating the Ukrainian crisis, which, in his opinion, was initiated by the “annexation” of Crimea.

    ... when his conscience was distributed, he was not at home ...
  11. X Y Z
    X Y Z 3 February 2017 09: 31
    +5
    Well done! Finally, we ceased to be either bashfully silent, or break off without indicating specific cases and faces. Like "if someone here and there sometimes, honestly doesn’t want to live." With the "partners" it is impossible, they will trample. It has long been time to do something with the level of our tolerance and diplomacy. Sorry, this is the XNUMXst century, not the XNUMXth! The sirs and peers took off their cylinders long ago and fry us on the mother, and we are all the old fashioned way, trying to inform. But the process has begun and it is gratifying.
  12. tundra
    tundra 3 February 2017 09: 33
    +2
    I don’t want to talk about Putin, otherwise Putinist will begin, etc.
    Well, damn it, but what are the shots well chosen from him.
    That Sergey Lavrov, that Vitaly Churkin, you listen to them, well, right Music, Balm for the soul.
    And pride in the country, not me for PUTIN !!!!!! GREAT HIM men in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    1. Vasiliev Yu
      Vasiliev Yu 3 February 2017 10: 22
      +4
      Do not call you Putinist, do not be afraid. Everyone knows about Nabiullina, Siluanov, Dvorkovich, Sechin, Peskov, Medvedev, Shuvalov and the rest of the herd.
      I think many people watch Mount Show. I highly recommend it, it helps to change the tint on glasses from pink to gray.
      1. tundra
        tundra 3 February 2017 10: 48
        0
        Quote: vasiliev yu
        Highly recommend

        Yes, I look and what? Is insanity getting stronger? So this is not news.
        For me, the reference point is 91 years old, everything else is secondary.
        And the fact that Lavrov and Churkin Muzhiks is beyond doubt for me.
        And as Zadornov said, well, stupid, nevertheless, they have sound thoughts.
        For example, even if my Country is not right, well, this is my Country.
        Something like this, I can not vouch for accuracy, the main point.
        1. Vasiliev Yu
          Vasiliev Yu 3 February 2017 10: 53
          0
          In the sense? Obama about the realities of life - even if I'm wrong, but I'm the United States, so am I always right? So what?
          Do not take it seriously, just twisted perverted consciousness. ((
          1. tundra
            tundra 3 February 2017 12: 08
            0
            Quote: vasiliev yu
            Don't take this seriously

            Yes, I understood. Nobody and no way to call him.
            They also had more serious people.
            I don’t remember who angry Well adequate!
            1. tundra
              tundra 3 February 2017 12: 13
              0
              That's why I do not like them.
              My country, this is my country, we will understand how to be without you.
              And all who are interested in the GARDEN.
  13. Stas157
    Stas157 3 February 2017 09: 39
    +7
    I’m just delighted with Vitaly Ivanovich’s speeches. It is one thing to speak in a circle of like-minded people, and quite another among the “wolves” and ill-wishers! What does it have to do, so brightly and powerfully, despite the surrounding hostility and hidden aggression! This is strong. All other performances after Churkin already seem like a pale shadow.
  14. Comrade Stalin
    Comrade Stalin 3 February 2017 09: 40
    +5
    By the way, at the Falklands there was a referendum in 2013 on
    “Would you like the Falkland Islands to maintain their political status as overseas territory of the United Kingdom?”

    and with the answer options “Yes” and “No”. With a turnout of 91%, almost all voters (99,8%) voted in favor of retaining the status of the overseas territory of Great Britain for the Falklands. Thus, Churkin clearly showed the hypocrisy of the British authorities, for which in one case (Falklands) the will of the people is the main thing, and when it is beneficial for Britain, it becomes the main thing not the opinion of the people, but supposedly the "territorial integrity of the country." So you either put on your underpants or remove the cross and stop posing as the Pope.
  15. Polite Moose
    Polite Moose 3 February 2017 09: 58
    +2
    As Kisa Vorbyaninov would say in place of V. Churkin: "I believe that bargaining is inappropriate here." And fist (at best) on the table.
    There is an attempt to sell the solution to an artificially created problem expensively (Crimea in exchange for sanctions). Although somewhat naive of them. Not for this reason we swelled so much dough into the construction of the bridge and into the bend of the railway station, in order to take control of the World Cup and, therefore, BV in exchange for the weather vane of sanctions. Are they there, in general, in the know that on our throne for a long time not Gorbachev, and not even EBN?
  16. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 3 February 2017 10: 18
    +5
    Oh, okay, “besieged” ... Less than two years later, he “besieged” someone there. But, why didn’t he “upset” before? There were no teams? - everyone thought that the “partners” would change their minds “and everything will resolve itself?” And now it’s too late, now such things are no longer perceived, the opinion of us as “aggressors”, “violators of world law” has already formed and now it’s impossible to erase it from the empty heads of the western inhabitants. Secondly, finally, the new representative of the new American administration at the UN clearly and clearly stated that there will be no lifting of sanctions and there will be no change in relations with Russia until Russia returns Crimea to Ukraine, and that’s the point. that the new Trump administration will change its policy towards Russia? Yeah, it will “change” —how-you can’t wait — we have declared war and now either we or they. They are not sitting idle — just as soon as politicians appeared in the West who are benevolent or just realistic look at relations with our country and having a chance to become a leader It’s by the ranks of the states that they immediately threw up “compromising evidence” on them and began to destroy them “politically” so that in no case would they prevent their victory in the elections. And they will achieve their there, do not hesitate. I have already said here that at a closed meeting of the heads of the EU and the USA in 2016, a course was taken to "finally resolve the Russian issue", a long-term plan was developed according to which Russia should first be disarmed under various pretexts and suppressed politically and economically plans to force her to then sign documents that would guarantee her eternal "unarmed" status and lower her politically, to force us to admit that we were the "eternal aggressor" guilty of all evil in history and all the "sufferings" of Europe and the whole world and enslave us economically , make us pay endless “reparations” to all those whom she allegedly “offended” and all this under the strict control of the world “commissariat”. Do you think this is "bullshit"? Could it be so, did you notice what President Trump began with, which everyone here so enthusiastically accepted? And he began, no less than a little, but with a statement that sanctions can begin to be considered if you think about Russia’s nuclear disarmament. He’s straightforward, he’s “not trained in politics” and immediately “takes” the bull by the horns, “so hesitate.
    1. Moore
      Moore 3 February 2017 10: 51
      +5
      Mnogabuf, but the principle is clear: Rasseyushka disappeared. Once again.
      I allow myself a couple of drops of an optimistic valocordin for a pessimistic cardiac impulse.
      1. Well, besieged / not besieged - a matter of taste, what to call. But to feed shit with a shovel - just fed. Actually, this club of interests exists for that - there is no other sense from it.
      2. Who was waiting for a policy change with the advent of Trump? Clinical morons? Well, not so many of them here. And one unfortunate Austrian artist was already trying to "finally solve the Russian question". An identical figure is not yet visible. Not the Frau Chancellor with the French poodle to take seriously ...
      1. Per se.
        Per se. 3 February 2017 14: 18
        +1
        Quote: Moore
        And one unfortunate Austrian artist was already trying to "finally solve the Russian question".
        The "Austrian artist" was not in itself, to create from the defeated Germany, bound by the restrictions of Versailles, anti-Russia, was the idea of ​​the Anglo-Saxons. Mr. Hitler would have failed with the Third Reich, without the approval of London and Washington. Hitler did not even destroy the USSR, but on World War II the Anglo-Saxons earned a lot of money, became the ultimate masters of the capitalist world, finishing off the USSR later, in 1991. What now, we have fraternal oligarchs who keep their billions in foreign currencies, foreign banks, because of this, our valiant diplomacy lost Ukraine, having all the trump cards in hand, during a gross CIA coup d'état in Ukraine. Ukraine was a member of the CIS, the legitimate president Yanukovych was with us, the whole southeast of Ukraine was finally banal for us - a zone of our national interests, protection of the same “pipe” for transit ... No, they took only Crimea, which didn’t it was impossible to take, having made from this a continuation of the Olympics in Sochi, under fireworks and concerts, failing everything else. Just because the “baker” from the State Department made it clear what will happen to the powers that be in Russia, unless Russia only recognizes Bandera’s power, let alone enter Ukraine. “Let them just try,” it remains, the Russians are being killed near our borders, but for us it’s like somewhere on Mars, because Russia is in a strange pole of power, having picked up capitalism, and is forced to play according to the rules of the owners of this system. Maybe the oligarchic brothers hope to take their share from the owners of the system, maybe create "parallel capitalism", but it is unlikely to be successful, a truly multipolar world and independence from transnational monopolies is possible only when leaving their casinos, when socialism returns . Ukraine was taken from us, Belarus is next in turn. The challenges of the Soviet margin of safety are ending, and the "effective menagers" are only tighter than the "squeeze lemon", selling everything and everything for the sake of momentary profit. Is there optimism in such a situation, yes, if Russia returns to socialism.
    2. Kelwin
      Kelwin 3 February 2017 13: 47
      +1
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      Do you think this is "bullshit"?

      Right now, nonsense. Of course, they may want anything, and, perhaps, they will be able to realize some part, something like regular sanctions. Everything else is unrealistic, disarmament has not grown, and no one will let it grow. In the case of modern Russia, the tricks of gentlemen from London do not work and will not work, and only a suicide can decide to open aggression. This EBN alcoholic could be bred out of the blue, carried, miraculously, yes, but carried, and now it's too late to rush around, the GDP you want to divorce yourself, which you do regularly. And it would be better for them to moderate their ambitions and not check where the ultimate strength is, otherwise you may not have time to see the result.
  17. yahont
    yahont 3 February 2017 10: 44
    +2
    I can’t fail again to remind you that everything started with a coup d'état, largely with outside support. As for the position of the representative of the United Kingdom, I want to advise: return the Malvinas Islands, return Gibraltar, return the part of Cyprus annexed by you, return the Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, which you turned into a huge military base. Then your conscience will, perhaps, be a little clearer, and you can reason on other topics, You can’t say better, you need to talk about it more often
  18. Pasha
    Pasha 3 February 2017 10: 58
    0
    S. Power left the button on the chair, so her replacement is so angry.
  19. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 February 2017 11: 15
    +3
    Churkin advised London to "clear conscience" and return the Malvinas Islands

    With all due respect to Churkin, but he has to say it from the outset, knowing that in London there is no conscience, no honor, much less anything less human. I, personally, feel sorry for our diplomat, who spends his health and energy on inveterate scoundrels.
    1. tundra
      tundra 3 February 2017 12: 53
      +1
      Quote: rotmistr60
      I feel sorry for our diplomat, who spends his health and energy on inveterate scoundrels.

      Well then, we wish Vitaly HEALTH!
  20. viktor.
    viktor. 3 February 2017 11: 23
    +1
    yes hard Vitaly Churkin in (UN) in modern times is DUR-HOUSE laughing
  21. Cat fucked
    Cat fucked 3 February 2017 13: 14
    +2
    Well done Churkin. Naglosaksov often need to poke into their sins and crimes.
  22. Fitter65
    Fitter65 3 February 2017 13: 28
    0
    One word is BEAUTY !!!!!!!
  23. loaln
    loaln 3 February 2017 13: 48
    0
    Finally, something sane was born in the mouth of our representative at the UN. Do not forget about the United States. There is also a carriage and a small annexation cart. The degree of mention, by the way, indicates the degree of dependence. Usually, not states, but their elites.
  24. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 3 February 2017 17: 22
    +1
    Quote: KelWin
    Churkin is a terrific diplomat

    And if he were not Gromyko’s son-in-law, there would be no such diplomat.
    But I must admit, it is worthy of being kept in an aspen nest.
  25. Prince of Pensions
    Prince of Pensions 4 February 2017 16: 06
    0
    Washington will not lift the sanctions until Russia returns the peninsula to Ukraine.
    Do we need this? All farmers are still standing ovation!
    Why else annex this so that sanctions are never lifted at all))