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Russian diplomat spoke about the consequences of Ukraine’s withdrawal from the CIS

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Ukraine’s withdrawal from the CIS will deprive the republic of many opportunities, leads RIA News Comment of the Russian Permanent Representative with the Commonwealth Andrei Shvedov.




Earlier, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine prepared proposals for the republic’s withdrawal from the CIS and the denunciation of the treaty on friendship, cooperation and partnership with the Russian Federation.

For the same Ukraine, the countries of the Commonwealth represent an important export market (about 16%), especially for its engineering products. Accordingly, withdrawal from the agreements deprives this country of many rights and opportunities
said the Swedes in an interview with Izvestia.

According to him, “agreements within the framework of the Commonwealth regulate the issues of pensions when citizens move to live in another state, emergency medical care and others.”

In addition, within the framework of the community "favorable conditions are created for the maintenance and promotion of economic relations."

Shvedov also noted that since cooperation in the CIS is mutually beneficial, all partner countries are interested in Ukrainians not losing ties with the organization.

In recent years, Kiev has curtailed its contribution to the activities of the CIS to a minimum. But this did not prevent the organization from actively working and developing,
he specified.

At the same time, the permanent representative recalled that membership in the CIS is voluntary and each country is independently determined in this matter.
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  1. dik-nsk
    dik-nsk 16 March 2018 08: 04
    +7
    "expert" far-fetched speeches - CIS is dead
    1. Crowe
      Crowe 16 March 2018 08: 05
      +21
      Why is he dead? Trade is in full swing. Between countries agreement on low duties. Europe does not need goods from the CIS, but goods from these countries compete well with goods from Europe within the organization itself.
      The patient is more likely alive than dead.
      1. dik-nsk
        dik-nsk 16 March 2018 08: 07
        +10
        Trade is in full swing.
        and what is the merit of the CIS? doesn’t trade with other countries? What really needs to be promoted is the Customs Union, and it’s time to merge the CIS, a useless office that spends money
        1. RUSS
          RUSS 16 March 2018 09: 03
          +3
          Quote: dik-nsk
          and it’s time to merge the CIS, a useless office that spends money

          Like the CSTO ....
      2. jovanni
        jovanni 16 March 2018 08: 16
        +2
        Quote: Crowe
        The patient is more likely alive than dead.

        The fact of the matter is that the CIS is officially officially alive, but he is only a patient ...
        1. aybolyt678
          aybolyt678 16 March 2018 08: 29
          +8
          Quote: Jovanni
          The CIS is officially officially alive, but he is only a patient ...

          the patient is clearly simulating. What is the advantage of trade with Belarus - cheap cheeses from Europe, issued as Belarusian? With Kazakhstan - goods from China or European meat supposedly going to China which is being packaged and how is Kazakhstan block pork again in Russia ?? The CIS is a currency pump pumping money out of the Russian economy.
    2. Svarog
      Svarog 16 March 2018 08: 05
      +5
      Quote: dik-nsk
      "expert" far-fetched speeches - CIS is dead

      We ourselves have to long ago expel this Ukraine ..
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      2. pomegranate
        pomegranate 16 March 2018 08: 16
        +6
        Ukraine has not ratified the CIS Charter; therefore, de jure it is not a CIS member state, referring to the founding states and the CIS member states.
      3. Lelek
        Lelek 16 March 2018 13: 28
        0
        Quote: Svarog
        We ourselves have to long ago expel this Ukraine ..

        hi
        Whether Ruin will leave the CIS or not, it will not play a role for its economy. Former Ukraine has long been living off borrowing from anyone on the security of its material resources. Phantom cooperation with the West turned out to be a complete failure - a leech can only suck, giving nothing in return. A pipe came into play, which gave freebies to the treasury and pockets of oligarchs.

        Forests have long gone bald and under the root. Now the matter has already reached traditional agricultural production (production in the West is not needed, quotas are over, Arctic fox crept up on soft paws). And the militant Kiev hetmans spend the last pennies to kill their people and, with fanfare, welcome the promises of the “West” to put millions of bucks into the Ruin’s lethal weapon (again on bail), but instead get scrap metal.
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    4. dog breeder
      dog breeder 16 March 2018 08: 09
      +3
      Expand the topic, justify your statement.
      1. dik-nsk
        dik-nsk 16 March 2018 08: 23
        +8
        I reveal: the CIS is not necessary and not working sharashka and it’s very stupid to declare its significance, it is only necessary for officials working in its apparatus .. you need to liquidate the CIS, created by the Yeltsin gang under the eyes of mattresses, and develop the Customs Union according to our rules .. how- something like that hi
        1. dog breeder
          dog breeder 16 March 2018 08: 35
          +4
          +100500! and even more! Need to use the experience of the EU!
    5. Skif83
      Skif83 16 March 2018 08: 51
      +2
      Yes, and the time for talking has passed!
    6. taiga2018
      taiga2018 16 March 2018 10: 16
      +2
      Quote: dik-nsk
      CIS is dead

      The CIS is alive! But only during gatherings of government officials at various levels, it’s something like the G7, but only on a post-Soviet, smaller scale ... and when the statements of our diplomats sound, it seems that Russia regrets more about Ukraine’s withdrawal from the CIS than the authorities of this country ...
  2. dog breeder
    dog breeder 16 March 2018 08: 08
    +4
    In spite of my mother frostbitten ears!
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  4. Professor
    Professor 16 March 2018 08: 13
    +5
    What a news. It turns out the CIS still exists. At least from the words of Andrei Shvedov feeding at this structure. Hm ... recourse
    1. Buffet
      Buffet 16 March 2018 08: 27
      +5
      Himself due to what feed?
      1. Professor
        Professor 16 March 2018 10: 54
        +4
        Who about what, and the buffet about kormeshka. wassat
        1. BecmepH
          BecmepH 16 March 2018 12: 00
          +1
          Quote: Professor
          Who about what, and the buffet about kormeshka. wassat

          Class!
        2. Buffet
          Buffet 16 March 2018 20: 24
          0
          Are you a little bit of a bo bo?) You yourself said to a person that he feeds in this structure) Otherwise, Jews are such Jews that they will never directly answer a question)
          1. Professor
            Professor 16 March 2018 20: 32
            +3
            Quote: SHVEDsky_stol
            Are you a little bit of a bo bo?) You yourself said to a person that he feeds in this structure) Otherwise, Jews are such Jews that they will never directly answer a question)

            The buffet also knows how to be rude. Station wagon.
            1. Buffet
              Buffet 16 March 2018 22: 33
              0
              You cheated on me. I cheated on you.
              1. Professor
                Professor 17 March 2018 09: 14
                0
                You, dear to mom and dad, poke, and to me, an adult, a stranger to you. We did not serve in the same regiment. And I mentioned your nationality because it has nothing to do with your abilities and culture of communication. So, buffet?
                1. Buffet
                  Buffet 17 March 2018 13: 33
                  0
                  You haven’t grown up yet so that I’m addressing you to you) The fact that you have a major general’s asterisk means nothing here) What you would appeal to you should be earned. And to an ill-educated rogue like you, who is scattered by allegations that someone is feeding there somewhere, whereby he himself can’t answer, and when he is rude to strangers and pokes, I don’t turn to you. Got it? Is free.
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 17 March 2018 16: 15
                    +1
                    Quote: SHVEDsky_stol
                    You haven’t grown up yet so that I’m addressing you to you) The fact that you have a major general’s asterisk means nothing here) What you would appeal to you should be earned. And to an ill-educated rogue like you, who is scattered by allegations that someone is feeding there somewhere, whereby he himself can’t answer, and when he is rude to strangers and pokes, I don’t turn to you. Got it? Is free.

                    I say ham. What kind of Swedish are you? There are cultural people.
                    1. Buffet
                      Buffet 17 March 2018 16: 33
                      0
                      I repeat for a particularly stubborn Jew, you first deserve to be addressed to you. I didn’t be rude to you, I asked you a question on the essence of “why do you feed?”, You started to be rude to me. Rudeness you get in return.
                      1. Professor
                        Professor 17 March 2018 19: 02
                        +2
                        Quote: SHVEDsky_stol
                        I repeat for a particularly stubborn Jew, you first deserve to be addressed to you. I didn’t be rude to you, I asked you a question on the essence of “why do you feed?”, You started to be rude to me. Rudeness you get in return.

                        Oh, you are not a Swede, not a Swede. Swedes will be more cultured. dad and mom didn’t teach you how to talk politely? It happens. wassat
    2. An60
      An60 16 March 2018 12: 23
      +1
      How did you run wild ... do you even know that Japan is not a member of NATO?
  5. Altona
    Altona 16 March 2018 08: 21
    +1
    Quote: dog breeder
    In spite of my mother frostbitten ears!

    ------------------------------
    There will be abruptly. To lie under the minke, I chop off my hands and feet.
  6. ul_vitalii
    ul_vitalii 16 March 2018 08: 37
    +6
    Nothing shines for them, in terms of enrichment and personal gain, only pure politics remains. smile
  7. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 16 March 2018 08: 58
    +3
    It will be like with Georgia ... Everything comes without customs from Europe, and you have quotas for deliveries to Europe. Then reassign Courts
  8. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 16 March 2018 10: 00
    +3
    In principle, what difference does it make to us where they enter there, or where they come from, if, as a whole, Western countries are pursuing a policy of dismantling Urkaina as a state? Five years later, this quasi-state will no longer be within the existing territorial borders. It is in fact already without Crimea ...
    1. Antares
      Antares 16 March 2018 11: 52
      0
      Quote: Nyrobsky
      Five years later, this quasi-state will no longer be within the existing territorial borders. It is in fact already without Crimea.

      so for 4 years without the Crimea physically and legally with the Crimea. Look, even the Russian Federation itself is desperately pushing a piece of LDNR into Ukraine, but it does not want to.
      5 years .. then I already heard .. there were days, then months, then years ...
      Nothing is permanent - temporary ...
      As for the CIS. Duc of the Russian Federation blocked all transit in a transit war ... it makes sense to talk about trade, if there is no transit, trade with the Russian Federation itself is almost from under the floor .. although it is growing ...
      What concerns me most is the movement of people and their status in the Russian Federation and Ukraine.
      1. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 16 March 2018 14: 47
        +2
        Quote: Antares
        so for 4 years without the Crimea physically and legally with the Crimea. Look, even the Russian Federation itself is desperately pushing a piece of LDNR into Ukraine, but it does not want to.

        Physically, this summer Crimea will be connected with mainland Russia through the Crimean bridge, and since this territory is under the jurisdiction of Russia, I don’t care what the world community thinks from the point of view of the legal affiliation of the peninsula. As for the fact that Russia is "desperately" pushing LDN back, then here I will not agree with you for the simple reason that I do not see even the slightest signs that you are arguing. What could be simpler in order to “push LDNR into Urkain, how to agree to the entry of UN“ peacekeepers ”to the Russian border with LDNR? Mattresses and other“ wise guys ”offer this particular solution to the problem, which is traditionally received by Russia from an offer vegetable, such as "Horseradish to you."
        Quote: Antares
        As for the CIS. Duc of the Russian Federation blocked all transit in a transit war ...

        Here, too, your untruth. Russia proactively did not block anything, but merely responded with the same measures to the actions of the Ukaini side.
        Quote: Antares
        What concerns me most is the movement of people and their status in the Russian Federation and Ukraine
        There is no visa regime, and their citizens can enter Russia up to 90 days (in my opinion, nothing has changed). And getting some kind of status involves filing an application with the appropriate authorities. As for Europe, I don’t know ... but something tells you that it will accept that the young with arms and head, leaving Urkaina with feeble old people, which will lead to a further decline in the economy and degradation of the state.