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White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted

Washington does not intend to lift the anti-Russian sanctions imposed in connection with the annexation of the Crimea, reports RIA News statement by White House spokesman Shaun Spicer.

White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted

With regard to sanctions, we are dealing with two packages. One has to do with the Crimea. I think that the permanent representative (the United States at the UN Nikki) Haley very clearly expressed this at the UN, that until Russia leaves the Crimea, these sanctions are not discussed,
- Spyser told reporters.

He also declined to comment on the bill submitted to Congress, which proposes to prohibit the lifting of any sanctions without the consent of Parliament.

Earlier, a group of senators submitted a bill to parliamentarians that gives Congress the right to impose a veto on the decisions of the US president regarding the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions.

According to the provisions of the bill, the White House must first explain the reason for lifting restrictions from Russia, then the 120-day period comes into effect, during which the congressmen can vote against the measures announced by the administration.
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AFP 2017 / Brendan Smialowski

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  1. parusnik
    parusnik 9 February 2017 08: 16
    And in the near future no one will cancel them .... This is for a long time ...
    1. maxim947
      maxim947 9 February 2017 08: 19
      Well, to hell with you
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 9 February 2017 08: 34
        White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted

        The White House rushes about with these sanctions, like a child with a new toy: you’ll get tired, throw it away and forget about it. But Russia is patient, it will wait.
        1. The black
          The black 9 February 2017 09: 00
          White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted
          Never say never smile For example, in 1917-1918 the United States, England, France imposed sanctions against Soviet Russia .... and they acted for three years smile
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 9 February 2017 10: 58
            Quote: Black
            Never say never. For example, in 1917-1918, the USA, England, France imposed sanctions against Soviet Russia .... and they acted for three years

            Something like this. In 2018, Senate elections will be held in the United States, at which 1/3 of the senators will be replaced. It is clear that with the current "Obama-Clinton" composition, it will not be possible to achieve the abolition or easing of the sanctions regime, but after 2018, it is quite possible. So Trump has a reserve of time to look at how relations with Russia will develop and to make decisions there, the implementation of which will meet less resistance from the senators of congressmen. We will see.
        2. Iline
          Iline 9 February 2017 10: 53
          Even if these sanctions are lifted, they will immediately introduce new ones.
          Remember the Jackson-Broom amended story. The USSR was already gone for a long time, already in America, I suspect, many did not remember what the hell they introduced, but stubbornly held on. As soon as common sense triumphed and the people realized that with these amendments they looked a bit like fools, they took and canceled them as they immediately introduced the Magnitsky act.
          There would be no Ukraine, there would be another reason.
          1. The black
            The black 9 February 2017 13: 00
            Quote: Iline
            There would be no Ukraine, there would be another reason.

      2. Comrade Schucher
        Comrade Schucher 9 February 2017 08: 36
        White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted

        If you think about it well, then they, somehow, have already been forgotten about them, about these sanctions in the Crimea.
        Should I remind everyone of their long-standing foolishness?
        1. electrooleg
          electrooleg 9 February 2017 10: 17
          And when there were no sanctions? They have always been. Previously, trade was limited to us, taking advantage of the fact that Russia is not in the WTO, but today they have come up with a new song. This song will end - they will panic look for a new one. They need to block the rocket engines, and titanium products for the Boeing. Here they immediately hurt.
    2. 210ox
      210ox 9 February 2017 08: 33
      The funny thing is that these sanctions have turned into a kind of fetish for fenders. And they don’t have any sense anymore. The main thing is that this would continue further .. But we'll see with Europe .. Toward the end of the year, they will sing .. But here It seems that we are not waiting for changes.
      Quote: parusnik
      And in the near future no one will cancel them .... This is for a long time ...
      1. Serg81
        Serg81 9 February 2017 10: 00
        No one is cold or hot from the sanctions on Crimea since until 2014 investments in the economy of the republic, that the EU, that the USA were not too big, if they were in general.
        1. samoletil18
          samoletil18 9 February 2017 12: 00
          Cold and hot for a number of officials who do not shine life in Miami. They demand the lifting of sanctions, but it’s better for me to let kickbacks be invested in real estate in Crimea or Sochi or go to Ulyukaev.
        2. Ivan Ivanov
          Ivan Ivanov 9 February 2017 12: 42
          Hot and cold. A number of drilling projects are frozen, some purchases are prohibited, we get out of the banks and communications in the Crimea, they do not give long loans, despite the fact that there is no adequate replacement, and it seems they do not want to do it. Well, that Trump "saw the light"
    3. Finches
      Finches 9 February 2017 08: 48
      It is necessary to have the same package, with some equally stupid slogans - "Until America leaves Alaska, the sanctions will not be lifted!" Let them scratch themselves there over the oceans from the thought - "what did the Russians have to tell us this?" laughing
      1. sasha.28blaga
        sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 11: 02
        Yes, they are on the drum from any sanctions imposed by us against them. They have a printing press that does not print toilet paper. And while he prints them knee-deep or knee-deep.
    4. Topotun
      Topotun 9 February 2017 10: 15
      Well, thank God. And then we were afraid. You look finally completely raise production.
      1. sasha.28blaga
        sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 11: 08
        What kind of money will we raise, again we will run for bucks. On all TV channels they say that sanctions have a beneficial effect on the country's economy. How? The rise of domestic production? For what and for whom is this rise if you sell to no one but China. Now Trump China will “ban” and they will abandon our products. And where to get the bucks for the development of domestic production. And secondly, if sanctions are “good,” then why are these sanctions even being discussed by WHO? Today, bucks are more profitable GOLD. No matter how sad it sounds.
        1. samoletil18
          samoletil18 9 February 2017 12: 04
          Everything is correct. But, if the duration were the same as in the haunted period, then no production in Russia would have remained in principle, everything would have been closed by effective managers for warehouses, shopping centers and offices.
    5. Spartanez300
      Spartanez300 9 February 2017 14: 45
      And immediately it was clear that the sanctions would not be lifted, and Obama and Trump are simply dolls in the hands of the true rulers of the United States, they do not decide anything. And Trump's election statements are just PR, he is the same Russophobe without his opinion that they will say so. can wipe, we are only for the good.
  2. cniza
    cniza 9 February 2017 08: 18
    Listen, yes, to us your sanctions are deep and far, rush with them yourself, do not touch us.
  3. Monarchist
    Monarchist 9 February 2017 08: 23
    Crimea is not a ball to play with, but in Kiev this will be understood as approval of its policy of shelling Donetsk and Lugansk
  4. berserk24
    berserk24 9 February 2017 08: 27
    They incur billions of dollars in losses, their farmers are on strike, the enterprises are closing, and they behave as if all this is happening with us. It seems that there are only downs there !!! wassat
    1. Skeptic Self-Taught
      Skeptic Self-Taught 9 February 2017 08: 33
      Well, there the farmers suffer from counter-sanctions ...
      And he imposed sanctions on our banks, enterprises. Well, some individuals
    2. 210ox
      210ox 9 February 2017 08: 52
      Farmers don’t suffer from fenders. Bush’s legs are already domestic ... But in Europe, producers of fruits, vegetables, fish products have hit ..
      Quote: berserk24
      They incur billions of dollars in losses, their farmers are on strike, the enterprises are closing, and they behave as if all this is happening with us. It seems that there are only downs there !!! wassat
    3. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 11: 17
      And here in Russia, well, everything is right on the rise. All in profit bathe. Moreover, I am not against the foreign policy of our state, but I must agree that sanctions greatly harm our economy. No, there are no sanctions against which some of our citizens are prohibited from entering the EU and the USA, namely those aimed at weakening our economy.
  5. Same lech
    Same lech 9 February 2017 08: 27
    White House: anti-Russian sanctions in Crimea will not be lifted

    I had no doubt about this, as well as that RUSSIA would come up with other sanctions.
    There was no CRIMEA, there was MAGNETSKY, there was no MAGNETSKY there was the law of JENNIK-BENIK ... in general, we are not left without any sanctions for a single year.

    It is logical after this, on our part, to adopt the same laws where the whole severity of the consequences of sanctions rests with the country where this law was adopted ... it will be fair.
    1. 97110
      97110 9 February 2017 08: 51
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      adopt the same laws where the whole severity of the consequences of sanctions rests with the country where this law is adopted ...

      Fairly, of course ... What is the laying on mechanism? So they denied us access to the capital market. Well, like we give them: "Give me money." They told us: "The Indians have such a home." Deny them in proximity? We must not blame, but take measures to reduce dependence on them. And thank you not to say thank you - you yourself wouldn’t have guessed in earnest ... Ek pride shook me. I repent. Without me (us) gentlemen capitalists decide.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 9 February 2017 09: 02
        What is the laying on mechanism?

        Well, it's simple ... to create difficulties for doing business in our country for interested persons from the country of the sanctioner ... after having tied them to us with any contracts, property, finances, etc. etc.
        This work is long-term and extended in time.

        In our modern world, everything is interconnected ... Americans and Europeans and we can depend on each other with resources and finances and minerals and technologies.
        There are no completely independent countries in the world ... except perhaps NORTH KOREA and CUBA, which have adapted to live under sanctions for many many years.
      2. Per se.
        Per se. 9 February 2017 09: 52
        Quote: 97110
        We must not blame, but take measures to reduce dependence on them.
        Is it like if we find ourselves in ICHEM capitalism, where are they the masters of this system, which has become a single world system? All the demonstrative “butting” with us is only that if they block the vital for us, we refuse this of theirs, but less important for us, for example, the same apples. Like, to spite mom’s ears to freeze ... If you cut off gas for the winter in Europe, it’s too radical, then not selling titanium, or the same rocket engines, would be more sensitive for the West than our refusal of their apples. Nobody will do this with us, since those in power keep their money in foreign banks, have real estate over the hill, and much more, including second citizenship, that is, they are dependent, and have an impact on Russian politics. In addition, they themselves in Russia actually work out a “shift” to pump out funds before dumping, if that. So they sell everything that can be sold, from raw materials to technology, for which they give a "magic" dollar. There will be no independence while Russia is in a strange pole of power, playing by other people's rules. US sanctions, this is just a "yellow card" for our oligarchs to remember who their true master and master in the world of the Golden Calf. Nobody thought to impose the same sanctions on Israel for the Golan Heights, we got the Crimea, although the States had to be punished for organizing a coup in Ukraine, and “guarantors” from the EU. Russia is to blame for its mere existence, and the weaker we are, the more impudently they will act against us.
        1. 97110
          97110 9 February 2017 12: 03
          Quote: Per se.
          There will be no independence while Russia is in a strange pole of power, playing by other people's rules.

          Duck and I are about the same.
    2. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 9 February 2017 08: 58
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      It is logical after this, on our part, to adopt the same laws where the whole severity of the consequences of sanctions rests with the country where this law was adopted ... it will be fair.

      I fully support your opinion. I’ll add from myself that I’m waiting, I can’t wait for the day when in 2019. our gas will go to the EU under new contracts on new conditions. And in the prices for it, I hope, there will be an anti-sanction component. Moreover, a newly made Turkish friend will do our mark-up for some European states. And if EUROPEACI decide to import p-soviet LNG, then I am generally silent. All this will lie in the cost of European goods. At the same time, our other newly made friends with cunning squinting eyes will receive Russian gas at a good discount. Then we’ll look at whose ... the fly sits (on the cost of energy-intensive industries on world markets).
      1. 97110
        97110 9 February 2017 12: 10
        Quote: Polite Elk
        And in the prices for it, I hope, there will be an anti-sanction component.

        And buy with this money another super-duper yacht? Or will they spend on raising models for a bus? The joint stock company sells gas ...
        1. Polite Moose
          Polite Moose 9 February 2017 12: 26
          Quote: 97110
          And buy with this money another super-duper yacht?

          They will buy a yacht in any way. And no one has canceled taxes for AO. And gas prices are far from being determined by shareholders.
          1. 97110
            97110 9 February 2017 12: 35
            Quote: Polite Elk
            And gas prices are far from being determined by shareholders.

            On export - they. Taking into account the capabilities of the client. And on the domestic ... The gas tariff is set by the commission. Considering supplier calculations. My calculations are of no interest to anyone. There is an option not to use gas with us (with customers). Duck with firewood will be even more expensive.
  6. Wolka
    Wolka 9 February 2017 08: 31
    yes, the Yankees completely shredded, they don’t know at all how to protect their markets, but they were no longer able to produce something more perfect, even though there was a cold war before, and the notorious amendment of D-Venik worked, now knowing that our Crimea is forever , they came up with "sanctions", yes, only the Yankees themselves once again set up another trap, how they will go out later on are not our problems ...
  7. jovanni
    jovanni 9 February 2017 08: 34
    Actually, it's time for us to stop talking about these sanctions. And then what channel on TV do not turn on - "Sanctions, sanctions, oh, sanctions! Maybe they will cancel? What if they do not cancel ?! Oh, we’ll be lost!" WE WILL NOT LOSE! All the more, sanctions have been imposed on us all our life ... I would have imposed a fine for using this word in a public place ...
    1. 97110
      97110 9 February 2017 08: 56
      Quote: Jovanni
      And then what channel on TV do not turn on,

      the guys on TV are puffing up, they are trying to attract the attention of TV boomers and radio hearing aids to the channel on which they get their salaries. Like the officials of the US administration named in the article. As the satirist said: "what does borscht have to do with it, when are things like that in the kitchen?"
  8. igorra
    igorra 9 February 2017 08: 36
    As one famous toast says: "For us and for hell with them!" There is absolutely nothing to add.
  9. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 9 February 2017 08: 40
    I believe that everyone understands that Crimea is just an occasion (albeit very tangible) for the United States. And Trump, with all his desire, immediately, with a snap, the question of lifting the sanctions can not be solved. I think this is understood both in the White House and in the Kremlin. And Crimea for amers, or rather, its loss as a strategic object, will probably hiccup for another hundred years, because from the territory of Crimea, missiles will shoot through almost to the Bosphorus and from now on any ship unfriendly to Russia passing through the strait will automatically feel vulnerable.

    As the saying goes: "We smile and wave, guys. We smile and wave")))
    1. Baloo
      Baloo 9 February 2017 08: 50
      In a country where the printing press has been in private hands for more than 100 years (the Fed), and the entire military-industrial complex is also in private hands, the president is a servant of a limited number of citizens who own the fed, military-industrial complex, banks, funds, bowels and other amenities. Trump's policy from Obama's policy will be distinguished by a large number of tricks and manipulations. He waved the pen "sanctions must be lifted" in the hope of driving a wedge between Russia and China. Another waved: Ukraine is not a priority issue, the escalation of tension in the Donbass. Anyone can continue the list.
      Yesterday's “Rapprochement” of Trump aboard with an “unknown” plane that was heading parallel in the visual contact zone, can Trump's unequivocal signal about the transience of our being?
  10. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 9 February 2017 08: 45
    And thank God, maybe then we ourselves will restore our own economy, bring production to mind.
    1. 97110
      97110 9 February 2017 12: 17
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      maybe then we’ll restore our own economy,

      I looked at my own economy (a garden under the snow, 6 pcs of rabbits, 10 chickens, 1 dog, 1 cat and 3 cats) ... In the spring we will start recovering, we will start 5 geese.
  11. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 9 February 2017 08: 49
    Yes, let them rush with their sanctions, as with shards. Hegemon, Christmas tree winders. The situation will come to the moment when it will be very necessary - and they will bypass these sanctions themselves, and will find a way to cancel it quickly. Anglo-Saxons (all) are always enemies of Russia. One way or another - always crap. But the Russian Imperial Fleet once saved the North American States from the English intervention ...
    IMHO, we should by no means get access to the "cheap" money of external borrowing.
    Since the difference in interest rates inside the country and “there” starts the “vacuum cleaner” mechanism. Without any "strains", simply on consumer and other loans, money is "sucked out" of the country, since the export of capital by non-residents is completely legal, and residents are also exported, already according to gray schemes. As a result, the products of a Western printing press are “pumped” into the country, and its material “filling” is exported - roughly speaking, export products.
    All the same, they will not give us critical technologies (and they didn’t give them before! During "deep love"), and the rest we have IS OUR! Well, except that we will import coffee and chocolate. Well, these products do not grow with us. Accounted for wassat
    1. 97110
      97110 9 February 2017 12: 23
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      and the rest we have is ours!

      Good to you, the owners. But also bad. They can take it away. For the year in his 91st lecture he listened to a market economy. The lecturer said: "The mercenary sleeps well. The owner does not sleep at all."
  12. Kent0001
    Kent0001 9 February 2017 08: 51
    Finally. And then here we have some comrades thought what about the arrival of a blonde in the database immediately peace, friendship, chewing gum will be. Fick to you ..... and so it is better.
  13. snifer
    snifer 9 February 2017 08: 54
    Ha ha, how did our TV channels rush and rush with Trump, bow to him, they say that we chose him lol It feels like when you turn on the TV that Russia is 51 states, the president of America more often flickers than our own. Such a shame crying but it turns out that Tram Ch.M.O laughing
  14. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 9 February 2017 09: 02
    This is the same Spicer that Trump is unhappy with and is looking for a replacement for him. am
  15. rotor
    rotor 9 February 2017 09: 06
    Who would doubt that the United States will lift its sanctions against Russia.
  16. sgr291158
    sgr291158 9 February 2017 09: 20
    Yes, you choke on your sanctions. Do not see you Crimea as your ears.
  17. novel66
    novel66 9 February 2017 09: 22
    not, well, it’s been pinned to them by the Crimea - they’ve already seen it, drooling from lust, no, they’ll never cancel. give the "iron curtain"
    1. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 11: 50
      So, the flag was never changed. And then with this flag, you can get into the hole.
      1. novel66
        novel66 9 February 2017 12: 43
        why failed?
        1. sasha.28blaga
          sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 14: 45
          really succeeded. By the way, I used to have a Soviet flag, and then for some reason the Russian became.
  18. san4es
    san4es 9 February 2017 09: 31
    ... angry need to HARD in hard form! DO NOT abolish sanctions - they will become foolish ... what wassat
  19. romandostalo
    romandostalo 9 February 2017 09: 32
    I’m wondering who besides Gref, Kudrin and others like them care what the White House will do?
    1. Shadow of darkness
      Shadow of darkness 9 February 2017 10: 11
      All who have secured money and who sent relatives there for permanent residence.
  20. g1washntwn
    g1washntwn 9 February 2017 09: 37
    This callus will be at the State Department forever. It was not possible to cut off Russia from the Black Sea - frankly ... a strategic foothold in the entire Black Sea region is the most epic failure of the entire strategy for the occupation of the post-Soviet space. But the plan itself has not disappeared, they continue to work on it. In connection with the understanding of the situation that Crimea was and will be - Russia, now they have a goal - to create an a2 / ad zone for Crimea with the deployment of missile defense and quick reaction bases in their homes, but for this it is necessary to eliminate the obstacle in the form of a conflict in the East - a Croatian force scenario or forcing Kiev to carry out Minsk, albeit with the surrender of a part of the territory of LDNR under which you can come up with another three hundred years of any next sanctions.
  21. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 9 February 2017 09: 43
    Who would doubt that? I am surprised by our expert audience. As soon as Trump was elected as of all the zombies, it only spreads that Trump, Trump, Trump-pam-pam. It’s as if our experts are being paid at the right price, based on the number of references to Trump. The scope of the discussion is huge - from "lift the sanctions !!" to "it will be even worse." I will not hide, I was also pleased when Trump won, and not the old witch. But the only joy was that the relationship would probably also be, and not worse. About sanctions. Our experts speak out in two ways, They say that sanctions are nonsense - they say they have adapted, but they immediately start to wonder if Trump will lift the sanctions or not. So you, gentlemen or pants, put on, or remove the cross. In fact. It is estimated that sanctions cost our economy a 0,8% loss in GDP growth. It is regrettable, but not deadly. Much more harm (about 2% growth) costs corruption to us, and even 2% of gagging, and even three percent are bad roads. This is where one has to work, regardless of human rights, a corrupt official has one right - to an additional portion of balance sheet.
    1. san4es
      san4es 9 February 2017 10: 35
      ... gagging and ... roads - this is normal for Russia
    2. sasha.28blaga
      sasha.28blaga 9 February 2017 11: 57
      Percentage of statistics was invented in order not to show the true numbers. What does it mean 0,8% if the increase in GDP before the sanctions was 1% -1,5%, is it too much or not? In the USSR there were much more roads and much worse. However, the growth of production has always been on the rise. That in mechanical engineering, that in agricultural, but about space and aircraft industry and say nothing. And corruption in the USSR was no less.
    3. 97110
      97110 9 February 2017 12: 26
      Quote: mikh-korsakov
      the corrupt official has one right - to an additional portion of the balance.

      If he makes 2 norms?
  22. Shadow of darkness
    Shadow of darkness 9 February 2017 09: 46
    Sanctions are not so much anti-Russian as anti-Crimean. A gift from the “democratic” West for a democratic decision by Crimeans.
  23. Michael_59
    Michael_59 9 February 2017 09: 52
    Do not dare to cancel the sanctions! More sanctions. And nationalize all the assets of the "Russian" oligarchs - real estate, yachts, accounts, etc. To understand, you bastards, where you need to invest stolen goods.
  24. Senior manager
    Senior manager 9 February 2017 09: 53
    In the FSA, there is some kind of democracy within the state, and in the international arena, the Americans act just like Adolf Aloizovich. Democracy is only for the elite, the rest of the nations and states are dung for fertilizing Amer beds, the last example is the people of Crimea, yes they put the opinion of the people, they do not fit into Fashington’s plans, now you can’t build a base in Sevastopol, Oblom from GDP.
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  26. Taran 75
    Taran 75 9 February 2017 09: 58
    so they saw everything that would happen under Trump, not that good ....., but there were screams, all kinds of political scientists with foam at the mouth of the talk show, punched themselves in the chest with their fists .... the people at these shows were only brains for ....... well, everyone understood ..... the parasites divorced, political scientists, some bloggers .... some parasites in Russia are jumping from program to program, it's time to score big and thick to the west for a long time !!!
  27. Unhuman
    Unhuman 9 February 2017 10: 02
    Weak, weak on Trump, our politicians jerked off.
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  29. Moor
    Moor 9 February 2017 10: 16
    Sanctions for Russia are about the same as a visa-free regime for Ukraine: nothing more than a topic for empty talk on political shows. Even if they cancel (sanctions) for us, and they introduce them (visa-free), this will not affect the life of an ordinary man in the street.
  30. cedar
    cedar 9 February 2017 10: 20
    "The White House: anti-Russian sanctions on Crimea will not be lifted ..."

    And what? The White House may well bring the whole world into a yellow house with its “own” sanctions. Up to 20 trillion of debt, only 26 billion is left, and then it may be ... the bankruptcy of the elementary, financial pyramid erected by the priests of the Fed ... Then, under the sanctions of the Fed, all holders of bucks without exception will fall ..., with all the ensuing consequences ...
    Trump survived two bankruptcies in his financial career, a very suitable figure for this long-overdue global hedgehog ...
    See at the root, dear.
  31. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 9 February 2017 10: 48
    And mattresses are so sure of their sanctions only because they carefully listen to our liberals. smile
    In conversations, they very vigorously proved to me that sansanctions are destroying our factories, since there is no money, if there weren’t any sanctions, the dollar would have fallen to 30 rubles and everything would have been in chocolate, that our economy had not died yet just because oil was not imposed on pesticides. laughing
  32. prior
    prior 9 February 2017 11: 07
    So they dreamed of putting Patriots in the Crimea, and here are the Bastions on you ?!
    Such a bummer! And it is forever!
    How can sanctions be lifted now? Zrada, however, will come out ....
    And it doesn’t reach the “hostages” that this is just the beginning ....
  33. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 9 February 2017 12: 17
    For some reason, everyone believes that the Americans "laid eyes on Crimea", deciding to place their "patriots" and "Ajis" there and forcing the kaklov to survive our fleet from Sevastopol for this, but this is not so. Then the Turks aimed at Crimea ... Yes, yes, it was Turkey that all the post-perestroika time fed the entire Tatar movement in Crimea. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Crimean Tatars poured into Crimea from the Rostov Region and the Krasnodar Territory, quickly organizing their “mafia” there (in fact, it was there before) and taking advantage of the confusion and laziness of the local authorities, began to engage in land seizure and self-construction. And in order to discourage others, from the same poopers to build and settle something there, the Tatars crushed the entire construction business in Crimea for themselves — without their “permission”, figs were allowed to build anything there. The Turks immediately realized the benefits for themselves — the huge Tatar diaspora has been living there since Catherine’s times — and immediately began to support the Tatar movement in Crimea. The point was that over time, Crimea would have sailed into independent navigation, first under the Tatar flag, and then under the Turkish one (as providing protection). Kakly perceived this immediately and therefore tried to protect their legitimacy to the Crimean lands with the help of a permanent US or NATO base in Sevastopol. And for this, the Russian fleet began to survive from there. And it was their fatal mistake, they just had to agree with us Russians, explaining the situation (since we had already seen everything) and create the most favorable conditions for basing our fleet in Sevastopol and nothing more. But Ukraine took a course towards rapprochement with the EU and the United States and, having bitten a bit, began to put forward unimaginable conditions — surviving our fleet from the Crimea, which is why it signed a verdict on itself.
  34. Dry_T-50
    Dry_T-50 9 February 2017 12: 38
    Well, okay. All the same, growth is already observed
  35. Charond
    Charond 9 February 2017 13: 06
    It’s time for Russia to introduce additional sanctions against the United States and ban the import into the Russian Federation of products of the American auto and aircraft industries.
  36. kefan
    kefan 9 February 2017 14: 47
    Enough about these sanctions was enough to raise any topic, it was clear from the very beginning that the sanctions will remain and will remain for a long time, we just have to deal with the economy of our country, and for this we have everything.
  37. 1536
    1536 9 February 2017 15: 33
    No, well, there is no limit to arrogance. "Until Russia leaves Crimea ..." (!)
    Yes, you went along with your sanctions, the States, Trumpovich and all the rest combined. Hamlo tram!
    Crimea was, is and will be Russian, as if no one wanted it. In 2014, the consequences of Khrushchev’s crimes in relation to the “transfer” of the Crimean Peninsula to the administrative jurisdiction of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic were finally eliminated. One of the crimes. What does the American administration not say about this? They are now all those who made nasty things to Russians, friends and brothers, including Khrushchev, who almost destroyed the United States. Are the villains of all countries united?