Zakharova responded to the Estonian authorities with words about the “Tartu Treaty in force to this day”


"Apparently, the crisis of development - there is nothing to attract the electorate." This statement was made by Maria Zakharova, commenting on the next claims of the Estonian authorities to Russia. The essence of the claims is reduced by the Estonian side to the mention of the Tartu Treaty. The head of the Estonian Foreign Ministry, Urmas Reinsalu, stated that the Tartu Treaty, which was signed exactly 100 years ago, "remains valid today."


Reinsalu:

At the same time, Russia is engaged in falsifications on the issue of the state border.

The same idea was voiced the day before by Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid. In addition, Kaljulaid said that Estonia joined the USSR “not voluntarily”.

President of Estonia:

The Soviet period was the occupation of Estonia.

The Estonian side, referring to the Tartu Treaty of 1920, actually makes territorial claims against modern Russia.

Maria Zakharova on this occasion wrote that the Estonian authorities have problems not with the past, but with the future. According to the official representative of the Estonian Foreign Ministry, the phrases “Tartu Peace Acts” and “we must demand reparations” testify to this.

Meanwhile, in Estonia itself, ordinary citizens are skeptical about the constant mention of the Tartu Treaty in the modern context. Indeed, in this case, too, Russia reserves the right to recall even earlier historical events - when there was no sovereign state in the territory that Estonia occupies today. Although a sovereign state is not there to this day ...
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  1. master 52 3 February 2020 06: 49 New
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    how much you can chew snot, we are so witty.
    1. Hagalaz 3 February 2020 07: 53 New
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      Well, sometimes Zakharova, of course, frankly mumbles in her comments. But there is no reason to boil too much. "Go on ...." Even in VO it is not accepted, not that internationally.

      Immediately, Zakharova clearly expressed the idea that the claims of the Baltic states are unfounded. No excess dust.
      Germany, too, is not particularly "dusting" on the Pritenia of the Poles.
      1. bessmertniy 3 February 2020 08: 17 New
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        The European Union will crumble, and Estonia will swing the right that it was occupied by the European Union and demands compensation in this regard. wassat
        1. DenZ 3 February 2020 09: 12 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          Estonia will swing the rights that it was occupied by the European Union and demands compensation in this regard

          Yes, they wanted to spit in the same European Union on Estonia’s claims. The dog barks - the caravan (the European Union) is walking (although it is walking and limping on both legs, but still walking)
          1. your1970 4 February 2020 23: 30 New
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            Quote: DenZ
            Quote: bessmertniy
            Estonia will swing the rights that it was occupied by the European Union and demands compensation in this regard

            Yes, they wanted to spit in the same European Union on Estonia’s claims. The dog barks - the caravan (the European Union) is walking (although it is walking and limping on both legs, but still walking)

            "And it will be possible to rob the cows ..." (c) People’s Internet
        2. Chervonny 3 February 2020 09: 28 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          Estonia will swing rights

          And what good will it be? No. In this case, I don’t understand one thing, why we don’t file counterclaims.
          1. Piramidon 3 February 2020 09: 35 New
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            Quote: Red
            In this case, I don’t understand one thing, why we don’t file counterclaims

            And to become like all sorts of Poles - the Baltic states? When some mongrel barks at you on the street, do you bark at it too?
            1. Vadmir 3 February 2020 10: 59 New
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              When some mongrel barks at you on the street, do you bark at it too?
              From my own experience I know that if a dog, even a small one, gets into a rage, it can pull, so it’s not too bad to poke a dog or stamp it with your foot - this is sobering, and the tail is immediately tightened. Especially useful if there are a lot of dogs.
              1. Ka-52 3 February 2020 11: 18 New
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                therefore, it’s not superfluous to poke on the little dog or stomp with your foot - this is sobering, and the tail is immediately tightened.

                these provocations are just being conceived for a similar purpose - to provoke a reaction from Russia, so that later they can start screaming in all the media about "we are a small but proud people suffering from an aggressive imperial neighbor"
                1. kotvov 3 February 2020 12: 19 New
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                  these provocations are just being conceived for a similar purpose - to provoke a reaction of Russia ,,
                  Suggest to wipe yourself? It is necessary to officially accept, at least by the same Duma, a message (well, whatever you want to call it) where, when, how this very treaty was excluded from international obligations. Otherwise, for every reason, any nerds, or tricks, will raise the thunder.
                  1. Piramidon 3 February 2020 13: 12 New
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                    Quote: kotvov
                    Suggest to wipe yourself?

                    Nobody wipes, but does not bark in response. The import of goods from these rogues is limited (they look forever with outstretched hands where the dough can be easily cut down), the transportation of goods through their ports decreases ... They hit the most painful place - in the "pocket", instead of empty torrents.
                    1. kotvov 3 February 2020 19: 19 New
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                      This should ALWAYS be done, and not boast of an increase in trade volumes. Remind me what Putin said or do you remember yourself about the Nazi state of Ukraine?
              2. DymOk_v_dYmke 3 February 2020 12: 44 New
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                Quote: Vadmir
                From my own experience I know that if a dog, even a small one, gets into a rage, it can pull, so it’s not too bad to poke a dog or stamp it with your foot - this is sobering, and the tail is immediately tightened. Especially useful if there are a lot of dogs.

                Also from experience: you don’t need to click or stomp, but quietly growl with a bass showing volume
                lungs and confidence. It works on a flock of feral as well - they’re tightening their tails and “withering”.
            2. Lipchanin 3 February 2020 11: 16 New
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              Quote: Piramidon
              When some mongrel barks at you on the street, do you bark at it too?

              Tongue removed
          2. AnderS 3 February 2020 11: 52 New
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            In this case, I don’t understand one thing, why we don’t file counterclaims.
            Well, you, as you can, some interested persons withdraw through the Baltic states loot to the west. Why deprive yourself of an alternative way to withdraw money? Well, as the Baltic states, in response to claims from Russia, transit accounts will be arrested, on which a couple of hundred lyam greens will hang ... This is impossible to prevent ....
            1. sharp-lad 3 February 2020 22: 35 New
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              Sashiki has already covered almost all ways of withdrawing financial resources from Russia through the Baltic states. hi
        3. Nyrobsky 3 February 2020 10: 29 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          The European Union will crumble, and Estonia will swing the law that it was occupied by the European Union and demands compensation in this regard

          No, it will not. By that time, the Baltic peoples will be included in the register of disappearing small nations, and therefore there will be no one to demand. During the years of independence, they lost a third of the population, and these years were rather fat and fat due to the not bad base left from the USSR and subsidies from the EU. Now the legacy of the “scoop” has been dismantled and dragged away, subsidies from the EU are being cut back, and the prospect of the next 30 years is such that if they achieve an outflow of Russian-speaking non-citizens, then only a quarter of the existing population and the elderly will survive there, besides with the possibility of becoming a military training ground . Soon, returning to the “Russian occupation” will become a dream for them, because only this can save them from extinction.
          1. hydrox 3 February 2020 12: 25 New
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            If we recall the "affairs of bygone days", then it would be appropriate to recall that, as a result of the conclusion of the Nishtadt peace with Karl the Ninth in 1721, Peter the Great bought the entire Baltic for 2 million Efimkov (about 60 tons of silver), but in my opinion, Peter overpaid - it could be taken as conquered, FOR FREE. yes
        4. major147 3 February 2020 11: 03 New
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          Quote: bessmertniy
          The European Union will crumble, and Estonia will swing the right that it was occupied by the European Union and demands compensation in this regard. wassat

          Such is the fate of the Limitrophs.
      2. Den717 3 February 2020 09: 24 New
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        Quote: Hagalaz
        Well, sometimes Zakharova, of course, frankly mumbles in her comments.

        In fact, in the words of Zakharova, in this case, there is an undisguised threat.
        Maria Zakharova on this occasion wrote that the Estonian authorities have problems not with the past, but with the future

        Translated into Russian, this means that in this situation, Estonia should not count on any positive relations with Russia. But the Balts began to show their rulers dissatisfaction with current relations with Russia, especially in the economic sphere. And this Kirsty didn’t just get an audience with Putin. With these statements, in conjunction with others, she crosses out all positive undertakings. At the same time, understanding that nothing practical positive for Estonia will come out of these statements. The United States, pushing the Balts to aggravate relations with the Russian Federation, is trying to back them up with Polish guarantees of military assistance, but, God, the Poles disagreed with this striped ears !!! In the short term, we should expect an aggravation of moans from the Baltic states about the "Soviet occupation", because economic projects of additional financing from the EU suffer sequestration, and our "former" have one profitable product - active Russophobia. The Poles have about the same problem, though there is still some industry and agriculture.
        1. Hagalaz 3 February 2020 09: 35 New
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          Quote: Den717
          Quote: Hagalaz
          Well, sometimes Zakharova, of course, frankly mumbles in her comments.

          Actually, in the words of Zakharova, in this case ....

          So I do not regard this case as a mumble request
          1. Den717 3 February 2020 09: 43 New
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            Quote: Hagalaz
            So I do not regard this case as a mumble

            So I don’t refute you, but on the contrary I support the following phrase. In any case, I take into account.
          2. major147 3 February 2020 11: 06 New
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            Quote: Hagalaz
            Quote: Den717
            Quote: Hagalaz
            Well, sometimes Zakharova, of course, frankly mumbles in her comments.

            Actually, in the words of Zakharova, in this case ....

            So I do not regard this case as a mumble request

            I do not agree! She is from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and not from the Moscow Region, but she is threatened in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in her own way.
          3. Hagalaz 3 February 2020 11: 21 New
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            Yours, in general, took it as some kind of disagreement. Now everything is clear hi
      3. tihonmarine 3 February 2020 09: 46 New
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        Quote: Hagalaz
        Immediately, Zakharova clearly expressed the idea that the claims of the Baltic states are unfounded. No excess dust.

        But as a diplomat, she should know that the question of whether the Tartu Peace Treaty is valid is not a definite answer. For this, one of the parties needs to denounce this agreement. Until Russia does this, these pointless conversations will be conducted.
      4. Olgovich 3 February 2020 11: 22 New
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        Quote: Hagalaz
        Immediately, Zakharova clearly expressed the idea that the claims of the Baltic states are unfounded. No excess dust.

        Valid is Nishtad Treaty 1721gaccording to which Estonia was part of Russia THIRD TWO YEARS OLD!

        GOLD-2 million yefimka was paid for it.
        1. Gray brother 3 February 2020 12: 15 New
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          GOLD-2 million yefimka was paid for it.

          Let them give it. And Narva too)))
    2. major147 3 February 2020 11: 02 New
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      Quote: 52 master
      how much you can chew snot, we are so witty.

      And what to do !? To bomb Tallinn?
      1. hydrox 3 February 2020 12: 29 New
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        Why bomb?
        Tired of sovereignty, they themselves lean against someone (from those who are not poor!)
  2. rocket757 3 February 2020 06: 52 New
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    "Apparently, the crisis of development - there is nothing to attract the electorate."

    Was she joking ??? There really is some kind of development going on, weaving. although it’s creeping ???
  3. Uncle lee 3 February 2020 06: 53 New
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    to this day there is no sovereign state ...
    And stop rustling ....
  4. Same lech 3 February 2020 06: 54 New
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    Kaljulaid said that Estonia joined the USSR "not voluntarily."

    In fact, Estonia was bought by Peter 1 from the Swedes.
    the deal was closed on September 10, 1721. For the territory of Ingria, part of Karelia, Estliaidia and Livonia, Pyotr Alekseevich paid 2 million rubles. At the current rate, without accrued interest, this is about $ 350 billion.

    Please, the Baltic states return these denyuzhki of modern Russia as the legal successor.
    https://201day.wordpress.com/2017/05/22/петр-i-купил-прибалтику-у-шведской-коро/
    1. svp67 3 February 2020 07: 09 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      Please, the Baltic states return these denyuzhki of modern Russia as the legal successor.

      That’s why they stand up for the “Tartu treaty,” since the RSFSR refused all such claims under it. But the trouble is, any agreement is valid for as long as its points are adhered to by the signatory parties. It is time now not just to speak to Maria Zakharova, but to call on the Estonian ambassador and give a note that, on the basis of this and that, in the current, prevailing conditions, Russia no longer considers itself to be a party to the executing article of this treaty, but there is also a lot of gold We handed over the stock of RI to them and a lot of foreign state real estate, and propose to conclude a new contract.
      1. den3080 3 February 2020 08: 17 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Quote: The same Lech
        Please, the Baltic states return these denyuzhki of modern Russia as the legal successor.

        That’s why they stand up for the “Tartu treaty,” since the RSFSR refused all such claims under it. But the trouble is, any agreement is valid for as long as its points are adhered to by the signatory parties. It is time now not just to speak to Maria Zakharova, but to call on the Estonian ambassador and give a note that, on the basis of this and that, in the current, prevailing conditions, Russia no longer considers itself to be a party to the executing article of this treaty, but there is also a lot of gold We handed over the stock of RI to them and a lot of foreign state real estate, and propose to conclude a new contract.

        And I, too, think: how irresponsible were Lenin and his clique :)) after the revolution. Stalin quickly realized this and began to collect the handed out. Then Khrushchev happened - again 25, he gave Crimea from the lord’s shoulder, .. Brezhnev is relatively normal, and then Tagged and Alkash in a row ...
        Here's the trouble ... what kind of bear will come after GDP. According to the recent history of Russia, this is how it turns out. The turn of the next destroyer of Russia is approaching ... God forbid.
        will it be possible to change the constitution in such a way as to defend oneself "from the fool" ???
        I personally have little faith.
        1. cniza 3 February 2020 09: 05 New
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          It’s time not just to speak to Maria Zakharova, but to call on the Estonian ambassador and give a note


          Too much for them, they just wait for this to be noticed ... lol
        2. Sidor Amenpodestovich 3 February 2020 09: 17 New
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          what kind of bear comes after GDP. According to the recent history of Russia, this is how it turns out. The turn of the next destroyer of Russia is approaching ... God forbid.
          will it be possible to change the constitution in such a way as to defend oneself "from the fool" ???
          I personally have little faith.

          So, you and your children, if any, will have to live with the collapse of Russia, anarchy, lawlessness and civil war. Get ready. Or expect to end before?
          1. den3080 3 February 2020 09: 47 New
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            Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
            what kind of bear comes after GDP. According to the recent history of Russia, this is how it turns out. The turn of the next destroyer of Russia is approaching ... God forbid.
            will it be possible to change the constitution in such a way as to defend oneself "from the fool" ???
            I personally have little faith.

            So, you and your children, if any, will have to live with the collapse of Russia, anarchy, lawlessness and civil war. Get ready. Or expect to end before?

            I am in an adult state, plus, with small children, I survived the “era” of tagged and drunk. I don’t want a repetition.
            1. Sidor Amenpodestovich 3 February 2020 09: 49 New
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              You yourself wrote that the turn of the next destroyer of Russia is approaching. And that you do not believe in the opportunity to defend oneself.
              And now write that you do not want a repetition.
              One does not fit with the other.
        3. Lannan Shi 3 February 2020 09: 30 New
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          Quote: den3080
          And I’m thinking, too: how irresponsible Lenin and his clique were :))

          Exactly Lenin? Or maybe remember the order number 1 of the Petrograd Soviet? Which then were driven by the Mensheviks and Social Democrats? And the result of which was the complete collapse of the army? Was Lenin to personally defend Peter on horseback and with a saber? In one person? Well, or at the head of a combined platoon from the Central Committee? Actually, it would not be enough, one platoon for the whole sprat ..
        4. kotvov 3 February 2020 12: 23 New
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          Yes, you can see smarter than Lenin and Stalin. And in that situation they would have done everything differently.
      2. major147 3 February 2020 11: 10 New
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        call the Estonian ambassador and give a note,

        Is there a lot of honor in responding to the barking of each mongrel of a sub-fence? Shicked at her, and enough.
      3. reservist 3 February 2020 11: 11 New
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        I can’t understand how they connect modern Estonia with Estonia of the “1920 model”?
        After all, the Estonian USSR left the USSR, and not the Estonian state that existed before the Second World ...
      4. Gray brother 3 February 2020 12: 12 New
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        Quote: svp67
        But the trouble is, any agreement is valid for as long as its points are adhered to by the signatory parties.

        This is not entirely true.
        In 1940, Estonia became part of the USSR, ceasing to exist as an independent state, and the Tartu Peace Treaty between Soviet Russia and Estonia immediately ceased to exist.
        No state - no contract
    2. Piramidon 3 February 2020 09: 41 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      In fact, Estonia was bought by Peter 1 from the Swedes.

      It was not Estonia that was bought (there was no such country then), but the territory on which it subsequently formed.
  5. Chervonny 3 February 2020 06: 57 New
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    If there are no brains, they will not be. And even European integration will not help in their acquisition (of brains). And it will be them, Estonia, to be ruled by other countries that have brains.
  6. Chaldon48 3 February 2020 06: 58 New
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    Well, here’s another one ready to pout to the “victorious” end, a little more and you can write “Great Estonia” on it. Only this must be done with caution.
  7. Thrifty 3 February 2020 07: 02 New
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    And why not demand the money spent on them-all, and with interest! There the amount will be astronomical, they will give interest only 5 thousand years. ..
    1. cniza 3 February 2020 09: 02 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      There the amount will be astronomical, they will give interest only 5 thousand years. ..


      And there is nothing to give back where they will take the money, therefore only the territory should remain.
  8. master 52 3 February 2020 07: 08 New
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    we’ve been demanding something for the last time, maybe it’s time to give it so that they don’t take it away
    1. orionvitt 3 February 2020 08: 44 New
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      Quote: 52 master
      they’ve been demanding something lately, maybe it’s time to give it so that

      Exactly. Like in that joke. They gave painfully, but not offensively, everyone got it. laughing
      1. cniza 3 February 2020 09: 00 New
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        Quote: 52 master
        we’ve been demanding something for the last time, maybe it’s time to give it so that they don’t take it away



        Everything goes to this ...
    2. major147 3 February 2020 11: 13 New
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      Quote: 52 master
      we’ve been demanding something for the last time, maybe it’s time to give it so that they don’t take it away

      So far, petitioners have been pitifully dismissed because of the NATO fence, but whoever comes to receive “their own” will “receive”!
  9. Air force 3 February 2020 07: 11 New
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    Estonians were slower than what they are told in jokes, 100 years have passed and they began to discuss the agreement signed by him. About 50 years later, unless such a country remains, they will understand that they are talking nonsense and we should agree with Russia on the resumption of cargo transit through Estonia, but they will discover the terrible secret that Russia has long been in Estonia as a transit country. The tight-witty intellect involved in ambitions and Russophobia causes only contempt, even reluctance to laugh at them, only to spit and forget.
    1. orionvitt 3 February 2020 08: 47 New
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      About 50 years later, unless of course such a country remains, they will understand that they are talking nonsense and we should agree with Russia on resuming transit of goods through Estonia

      Ten years later, everything will need to be rebuilt, does Russia need it? That's what life-giving independence does. There was infrastructure and there is none. Wonders. laughing
    2. Piramidon 3 February 2020 09: 46 New
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      Quote: Air Force
      Estonians were slower than they are told in jokes

      The human body contains 80% of the fluid, it is simply inhibitory for Estonians.
  10. rotmistr60 3 February 2020 07: 12 New
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    “We must demand reparations”
    In turn, in line for reparations, or you may not have time to distribute historical slap from Russia. Nevertheless, it was correctly noticed in Russia - a small bug, but smelly.
    1. bessmertniy 3 February 2020 08: 20 New
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      All claims are against tsarist Russia and the USSR and against those ancient Ests who signed treaties with them. negative
  11. Adam Khomich 3 February 2020 07: 23 New
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    And they want this money from Russia!
    Yes Yes! Euro carrot ends, and eat hotstsa.
    1. Ros 56 3 February 2020 09: 48 New
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      Khomich - such a surname? I have a good acquaintance with her.
  12. Well done 3 February 2020 07: 30 New
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    They want money. This is a normal desire. Just there is such a body, which is "put on the collar." laughing
  13. Strashila 3 February 2020 07: 39 New
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    Want is not harmful.
    "The Tartu treaty, which was signed exactly 100 years ago," remains valid today "" and the merchant deed of Peter 1 is the same after 300 years, the restitution law has not been canceled by anyone in the EU.
    The Poles are a hedgehog that squeals a lot, and the Germans quietly return their property through the courts.
    1. cniza 3 February 2020 08: 59 New
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      It is time for us, quietly and peacefully, to work in the courts.
  14. farrux_2606 3 February 2020 08: 20 New
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    SOBAKI LAYUT, KARAVAN IDET
  15. aszzz888 3 February 2020 08: 27 New
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    Although a sovereign state is not there to this day ...
    Yes. There is no place for him to take it. One brake.
    1. cniza 3 February 2020 08: 57 New
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      The history of the state of Estonia, in short, is smaller in volume than their constitution. lol
  16. cniza 3 February 2020 08: 56 New
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    In addition, Kaljulaid said that Estonia joined the USSR “not voluntarily”.


    Give her copies of the documents, let her read ...
  17. Lamata 3 February 2020 08: 58 New
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    to put such statistics into the nose of the tribalt, what and how much was built during the German occupation and during the Soviet "occupation" they already pulled up. More inferior to the Way, we do not owe anything, period.
  18. Retvizan 8 3 February 2020 09: 05 New
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    I watch more and more political figures of Eastern European countries "roll their lips" begin to demand all kinds of reparations from Russia, and they do not want to receive trepanations for such statements?))
  19. tihonmarine 3 February 2020 09: 11 New
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    Meanwhile, in Estonia itself, ordinary citizens are skeptical about the constant mention of the Tartu Treaty in the modern context.
    Yes, the people are somehow indifferent to mouse fuss, and young people have no idea about this agreement.
  20. Ros 56 3 February 2020 09: 37 New
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    The Chukhon ear-jacks imagined themselves to be the state. Do not miss your time, everyone will receive earrings.
  21. Jarserge 3 February 2020 10: 22 New
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    A joke with a beard, but still ...

    If the diplomat says yes, it means maybe
    If the diplomat says “maybe” - it means “no”
    If a diplomat says no, then that’s not a diplomat.

    If the military says yes, it means maybe
    If the military says no, it means no
    If a military man says "maybe" - then this is not a military man.

    If a girl says no, it means maybe
    If a girl says “maybe” - it means “yes”
    If a girl says yes, then it’s not a girl ...
  22. prior 3 February 2020 10: 56 New
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    Everything is as always in the political theater of the absurd: to read here - not to read here, to play here - not to play here ....
    Here it is, this is international law ...
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    Quote: tihonmarine
    Quote: Hagalaz
    Immediately, Zakharova clearly expressed the idea that the claims of the Baltic states are unfounded. No excess dust.

    But as a diplomat, she should know that the question of whether the Tartu Peace Treaty is valid is not a definite answer.

    There is a definite answer: with the entry into the USSR and the voluntary transformation of an independent Estonian state into an administrative unit of the USSR, the Tartu Treaty expired, as Estonia no longer existed as a separate state; there were no longer subjects of this treaty. Such a position, based on events and documents on joining the USSR, is held by Russia, and, obviously, diplomat Zakharov.
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    You can’t remember, but you need to do it, and not throw words around!
  25. Operator 3 February 2020 13: 32 New
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    And why is the agreement precisely from 1920, and not from 1721, on the sale of Russia with all the giblets of Estonia and Livonia?
    1. sharp-lad 3 February 2020 22: 44 New
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      Well, it's simple, in 1721 there was no Estonia even in the plans of the local population! hi
  26. Ax Matt 3 February 2020 16: 08 New
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    I just laugh in my voice over these curates and labuses and over their idiocy! Here at the border we constantly rode before them, either to the water park in Tartu and Värska, or to car services in Riga ... They were so glad that we came with their money to their recreational (weekend) vacations, that the price tags were ready write in Russian and arrange discount days by posting information about it on all border posts in Russia. And everyone was happy: I took 2,5 kg. salmon (freshly frozen) for 300 rub. on the red price tag and spent real pennies for the whole day at the water park! AND NOW !? And now everything is fine !!! Several hypermarkets are being built at once BECAUSE all of Latvia and Estonia are now being purchased from us !!!! good A friend from Riga goes for food here for two days. And this is beneficial for them: they wander around with crowded trolleys between rows of goods and are very pleased with it. But their stores now - .... well, you understand negative So they just have to quietly yapping.
  27. Puhly67 3 February 2020 16: 40 New
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    Lettayte by the Samollauts of the Estonian Avalines. they are just as fast. like trains !!!!!
  28. Givi_49 3 February 2020 16: 43 New
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    The number of Estonia on the Russian Internet is not adequate to the rights of the Russian-speaking population of Estonia.
  29. lvov_aleksey 3 February 2020 22: 40 New
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    I'm already bored by local experts in politics
  30. zombirusrev 3 February 2020 23: 09 New
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    In Estonia, in 1919, the Estonian communist government was overthrown by white forces and interventionists, so let them remain silent. Their big white people did not ask. They shot Kingisepp and terrorized the others against the left, and then kicked the whites too.
    1. Nick 4 February 2020 01: 13 New
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      Quote: zombirusrev
      In Estonia, in 1919, the Estonian communist government was overthrown by white forces and interventionists, so let them remain silent.

      Many people remember only what is beneficial to them. Estonia among them.
  31. boni592807 4 February 2020 18: 32 New
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    What is our diplomatic Foreign Ministry !!! recourse
    And rude and always (almost) seeking their USA. Those would tell Estonia that "... they ALREADY tired of rudeness Their own property and by connecting a" still good lawyer "expelled the" Indians "from their own US land .. This is when documents are available in THEIR (USA) archives. bully

    And now specifically world history!
    "...Nistadt world (Swede. Freden i Nystad) - a peace treaty between the Russian kingdom and the Kingdom of Sweden, which ended the Northern War of 1700-1721. Signed on August 30 (September 10), 1721 in the city of Nishtadt (now part of Finland; the Swedish name is Nyustad, the Finnish name is Uusikaupunki). It was signed on the part of Russia by Jacob Bruce and Andrei Osterman, on the part of Sweden - Johan Lillienstedt and Otto Strömfeld.

    The treaty changed the Russian-Swedish border, previously secured by the Stolbovsky Peace Treaty of 1617. Sweden recognized accession to Russia Livonia, Estland, Ingermanland, parts of Karelia (the so-called Old Finland) and other territories [1]. Russia pledged to pay Sweden monetary compensation for Livonia and Estonia and return Finland.

    Ratified September 9 (20). On September 10, 1721, celebrations were held in Moscow on the occasion of the Nishtadt Peace. Victory in the Northern War put Russia among the largest European states .... "
    Maybe TIME ALREADY !!! The guard is tired ... hi
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    Why didn’t Zakharova recall that the provisions of the Nishtad peace of 1721 apply?