The Czech President called Russia's reaction to the demolition of the monument to Marshal Konev “interference in the affairs of the Czech Republic”


The Czech President commented on the decision of the municipality of Prague-6 regarding the demolition of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev. Milos Zeman made his statement on the television channel Prima.


According to Zeman, those who made the decision to demolish the monument seem to have forgotten that Ivan Konev freed from the Nazis not only Prague, but also prisoners of the Auschwitz death camp (Auschwitz).

Miloš Zeman:

This is both stupid and funny. After all, those who dismantle the sculpture themselves do not represent anything. They have not achieved anything in their life. They are simply envious of those who have achieved a lot.

At the same time, the Czech president criticized the position of the Russian Federation. Recall that in Russia they promised not to leave the demolition of the monument unanswered, after which a criminal case was opened.

Zeman:

I can’t call the reaction of Russia to what happened adequate. Indeed, the initiation of a criminal case in this case can be considered an interference in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic. This is an unproductive reaction.

The monument to Marshal Konev was dismantled on April 3. The Russian Ministry of Defense asked the Czech authorities to hand over the monument to Moscow, but the Czech Foreign Ministry said that "the monument cannot be returned, since it belongs to the Prague municipality."

Recall that earlier Milos Zeman was going to arrive in Moscow for the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory.
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  1. Catholic April 12 2020 18: 48 New
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    statement by Milos Zeman

    Zeman ... I did not expect such a statement from you ... I did not expect it at all ... Although all of you are "Europeans" there.
    Indeed, the initiation of a criminal case in this case can be considered an interference in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic
    1. Horst78 April 12 2020 18: 53 New
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      Quote: Catholic
      Zeman ... I did not expect such a statement from you ... I did not expect it at all ..

      I agree. how
      Although all of you are there. "Europeans".
      sits on 2 chairs.
      1. knn54 April 12 2020 19: 01 New
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        One opinion expressed as a person. The second post is binding.
        And something that Mauro Orbini remembered, “Slavic Kingdom”, there were three brothers, Rus, Czech and Lech.
        There were ...
        1. Lannan Shi April 12 2020 20: 24 New
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          Quote: knn54
          And something that Mauro Orbini remembered, “Slavic Kingdom”, there were three brothers, Rus, Czech and Lech.

          In the same 1918 he entered bolshevik party, was elected a county military commissioner in the city of Nikolsk, Vologda province. After that, he fought in the ranks of the Red Army on the Eastern Front against units of the Russian Army, the Far Eastern Army and Japanese interventionists in Transbaikalia and the Far East. He was the commissar of the armored train number 102 "Grozny", which was armed with 4 guns and 12 machine guns. The team totaled 60 sailors of the Baltic Fleet. The armored train was part of the 3rd and 5th armies of the Eastern Front. When attacking Omsk, he led the crossing of an armored train on the ice of the Irtysh River. Since the end of 1919 has been Commissioner 5th Infantry Brigade of the 2nd Verkhneudinsky Infantry Division, from 1920 - Commissioner of this division, from 1921 - Commissioner of the headquarters of the People's Revolutionary Army of the Far Eastern Republic. Among others delegates of the X Congress of the RCP (B.) took part in the suppression of the Kronstadt uprising in 1921.

          Brother Cech demolished the monument to Konev. Brother Rus betrayed Konev, destroyed his country and the work of his whole life. Question ... Who is the big fault before Konev? If for me, Brother Rus is much more guilty ...
          1. Tatyana April 12 2020 21: 04 New
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            Zeman:
            I can’t call the reaction of Russia to what happened adequate. Indeed, the initiation of a criminal case in this case can be considered interference in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic. This is an unproductive reaction.

            Let’s see how Zeman will talk about Czech interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation if the Russians demolish monuments to white whales in the Russian Federation!
            1. mole April 12 2020 21: 40 New
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              Get behind the monuments. Let those who set
              If you are interested in what this or that character will say, it’s enough to talk to him. If communication took place, then most likely without his desire. With special perseverance, hear anything your soul desires. Then you can be proud and put it on public display.
            2. Alex Justice April 13 2020 11: 41 New
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              Their country is up to them. If Russia decides to remove the monuments to the whites, so be it.
              1. Fan-fan April 13 2020 22: 51 New
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                That's right, they are at home and do what they want. But our reactions suffered shameful, again "expressed concern." They started a criminal case, they wouldn’t make people laugh, their hands against the Czechs are short, how many such cases have been brought against Ukrainians across the Maidan, about the events in Odessa and what, where the result is. Zilch. Here and zilch everything will end. It was just that we had to somehow react, and they farted.
          2. Fantazer911 April 13 2020 18: 23 New
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            Lannan Shi.

            You are wrong, they saved you from the brown plague, gave your ancestors life, liberated your ancestors from the concentration camps, you now live in the land of the USSR, Russia, and you wouldn’t be there and you would be a slave! If your ancestors survived and gave you life!
            You’re minus from me! Sorry, but it deservedly!
            1. Pushkar April 13 2020 19: 49 New
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              Quote: Fantazer911
              You are wrong, you were saved from the brown plague

              Well, what was saved there, they, as in 1938, joyfully lay down under the Germans, only on May 10, 1945, the Skoda stopped making military equipment for the Germans.
        2. Krasnoyarsk April 13 2020 19: 55 New
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          Quote: knn54
          One opinion expressed as a person ..

          Yes, he expressed his personal attitude to the demolition of the monument.
          A -
          Quote: knn54
          The second post is binding.
          , this is not entirely from a "post."
          The fact is that the Czechs erected the monument, not us. They removed it. This is their own business. Yes, I personally am bitter and offended, - my father took part in the liberation of Prague, but ...
          I think it would be more ethical to express my regret over the demolition of the monument and indicate that they are not destroying the memory of Konev, but the memory of fascism. And this is the first step to returning it.
          Our democrats, how many monuments they demolished. And they have nothing. But they should be "attracted" to the fullest.
    2. Sandor Clegane April 12 2020 19: 03 New
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      Quote: Catholic
      Zeman ... I did not expect such a statement from you ... I did not expect it at all ... Although all of you are "Europeans" there.

      so here "didn’t expect?", Zeman is right, the local municipality made and put up a monument to Konev and this is his property, so I’ll write a picture “Putin-Crimea home,” I’ll hang it on my house’s wall, then I’ll shoot it - me also write in the "Europeans"?
      1. Lelek April 12 2020 19: 49 New
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        Quote: Sandor Clegane
        "Putin-Crimea home"

        hi
        But isn’t the "enlightened Europe" behaving exactly like that? You can hang and take a picture at least a hundred times a day in your private home, but a monument to the man who saved Prague from destruction by fascist vandals is a different matter with political overtones. And I am ashamed of Rusich for the behavior of the Czechs. And do not try to justify the authorities who issued a shameful order, especially when they presented the bill to Konev's relatives.
        1. Nehist April 12 2020 20: 04 New
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          Aren't you ashamed of your compatriots? When, with a wild roar and in a drunken stupor on Lubyanka, the monument to Dzerzhinsky was demolished? Or do we see Chekhov's mote and we don’t notice a log in our eye?
          1. tolancop April 12 2020 21: 46 New
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            Demolished the monument to Dzerzhinsky. And it is "in a drunken stupor." True, it was a long time ago ... And this is our monument and stood at US. T.ch. us and decide and answer. And not the Czechs, who worked for Germany until the last day of the war, to fall open and demolish their smelly monuments to OUR generals with their stinking. And for reference, no one renamed the city named after Dzerzhinsky. And the ship "Felix Dzerzhinsky" on the go and did not change his name. Maybe, what else, connected with FED stores his name. And in this case, the dismantling of the monument by the Czechs was DEMONSTRATIVE. T.ch. I think it’s time to reconsider our too good attitude towards the monuments to foreigners that no one has called to our land ... Otherwise, something too many have bred them. And we are all kind ... we are afraid to offend someone ... And then we are surprised: "something dirty and smelly feet wiping about us? .."
          2. Lelek April 12 2020 23: 53 New
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            Quote: Nehist
            When, with a wild roar and in a drunken stupor on Lubyanka, the monument to Dzerzhinsky was demolished?


            And this is also a shame, but in the article that we are discussing, we are talking about the monument to Konev, this is firstly. And secondly, learn courtesy for Wi-Fi and don’t “poke” everyone. stop
          3. 72jora72 April 13 2020 01: 12 New
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            Aren't you ashamed of your compatriots? When, with a wild roar and in a drunken stupor on Lubyanka, the monument to Dzerzhinsky was demolished?
            Not much time will pass, and it will be put in place.
            1. Nehist April 13 2020 08: 32 New
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              I would like to believe! But alas, not with this power
          4. Nikolai Grek April 13 2020 01: 31 New
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            Quote: Nehist
            with a wild roar and in a drunken stupor on Lubyanka, a monument to Dzerzhinsky was demolished?

            finally, his liberda demolished !!! wassat
            1. Nehist April 13 2020 08: 32 New
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              So there the same liberda blows !!!
              1. hydrox April 13 2020 09: 26 New
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                There is a different liberd, Russophobic in genesis and hostile in education by the "elder brother."
                Our liberda is different, similar to "wild yeast", which is good only in road dust that lays on wild apricots in southern plantings and gives a wonderful effect on the fermentation of raw materials - then they are thrown away ... laughing
                1. Nikolai Grek April 14 2020 01: 01 New
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                  Quote: hydrox
                  There is a different liberd, Russophobic in genesis and hostile in education by the "elder brother."

                  what actually our liberda is a continuation of their liberda ... they hate Russia, they hate people !!! request wassat
              2. Nikolai Grek April 14 2020 01: 05 New
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                Quote: Nehist
                So there the same liberda blows !!!

                do not confuse the Nazis with liberda !! fool at least .... they have similarities !! wassat
                1. hydrox April 14 2020 07: 55 New
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                  So political philosophy defines Nazism as the "highest form of libertarianism" (in the Russian reading of "liberalism" laughing )
        2. Sandor Clegane April 13 2020 12: 17 New
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          Quote: Lelek
          but the monument to the man who saved Prague from destruction by fascist vandals is a different matter with political overtones.

          so they made it and they put it !!
          Quote: Lelek
          And I am ashamed of Rusich for the behavior of the Czechs.

          I'm not ashamed, I despise them for this
          Quote: Lelek
          And do not try to justify the authorities,

          I didn’t even think of justifying such freaks, only from a LEGAL point of view - they are free to do what they consider necessary with their property
    3. 4ekist April 12 2020 19: 06 New
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      Everything was initially predictable, there is nothing to be surprised. Everything was approved from above.
      1. Ross xnumx April 12 2020 19: 30 New
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        Quote: 4ekist
        Everything was initially predictable, there is nothing to be surprised. Everything was approved from above.

        And what was predictable? Digging out from the mention of the history of the World War II in the name of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin? Renaming of Stalingrad to Volgograd? Gorbachev’s surrender of all socialist values ​​and their replacement with "Western democracy" with a guilty plea for imperfect crimes? Gang coup and established EBN mode? Issued "take freedom as you want"? Drapery of the Lenin Mausoleum?
        Excuse me, if the Russian authorities, who believed in the "Solzhenitsyn" truths and art documents, put some blame on the country for historical events that did not exist, then what should Europeans do, whose conscience found a place between the left toe and the big toe right?
        But such an outcome of events is quite predictable. In our case, it is not known how much more dirt and crap will be poured onto our country with the connivance of the ruling authorities, their kind "partners" ...
        The author forgot to indicate that Konev was a Hero of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, which imposes some obligations on the Czech authorities ... stop Although, what am I talking about? After all, we also do not honor all the Heroes of the Soviet Union, and the Generalissimo in the country have long ended ...
        hi
        1. knn54 April 12 2020 20: 58 New
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          This has already happened. When Khrushchev made a report on the cult of personality.
          In France, Italy and a number of other countries, the Communists dominated the parliament, had ministerial portfolios. And everything collapsed. The parties lost their authority, the former Trotskyists became general secretaries. And China, Albania practically moved away from the socialist camp.
          The Hungarian events of 1956 and the Prague Spring of 1968 are also a consequence of the above events.
          After criticism of Lenin, Stalin, the USSR by Putin and the refusal of the Duma to condemn Gorbachev. EBN do not be surprised at ANYTHING.
    4. Thrifty April 12 2020 19: 56 New
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      The usual two-faced pseudo-politician, seeking profit from everything. Like many Euroguide managers, it does not have a clear position on all issues, because they have already developed the reflex of the US State Department to bark at Russia, always, and everywhere!
    5. Doccor18 April 12 2020 20: 13 New
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      Demolished the monument
      Marshal Konev.
      Milos Zeman said ....
      Everyone knows Marshal Konev!
      Now Milos knows.
      Europeans, only by tearing down monuments, can PR themselves.
      1. Military Builder April 13 2020 05: 31 New
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        Now Milos knows.


        "Good deeds cannot be glorified." (c) Old Woman Shapoklyak
  2. Mitroha April 12 2020 18: 49 New
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    The situation once again shows that there are adequate people, and there are many, perhaps most. But activity inadequate has recently exceeded all boundaries.
  3. forester1971 April 12 2020 18: 52 New
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    I have to rush around. The reaction - both yours and ours, although at present Zeman is one of the least Russophobic politicians in Eastern Europe, but in his position he decides almost nothing.
    1. krillon April 12 2020 20: 28 New
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      It is not clear how Russia can answer. Regardless of our relationship, let's look at the situation from the side. The monument is not a military burial, right? So leave or clean in their right. Do we have such monuments, if so, consider moving to museums, storerooms. For some reason, they think that Europe owes us something, it has been replaced by more than rulers on one and the other hand, the current ones have their own point of view, so you won’t go far on the trolley of the past. It’s time for us to conclude that the service provided is worth nothing and be guided exclusively by our interests. And we still impose the ideas of internationalism. Who to help? Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, etc., etc. Poke your nose who helped us, I’ll read it with pleasure.
      1. Mordvin 3 April 13 2020 03: 47 New
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        Quote: Krillon
        Poke your nose who helped us, I’ll read it with pleasure.

        The Japanese raised something about 21 thousand dollars when we had a flood in the Far East. Or 22 thousand, I don’t really remember. recourse So there!
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  4. 30143 April 12 2020 18: 55 New
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    This, of course, is a blatant affair!
    But, this is a foreign country. And it was necessary to interfere in her affairs differently. Take and redeem from the municipality ...
    Well, they want to mess up before May 9th.
    And you must punish quietly or silently.
    And we have, as always, a cry, a guard, etc.
    In the end, as always.
    But how to punish?
    For example, let Sberbank stop issuing loans at 0.5 percent.
    Take money from the Czech Republic, sell real estate there, collapse the markets ...
    But quiet, elegant and beautiful, as with the transit of goods through the Baltic.
    1. Pete mitchell April 12 2020 21: 28 New
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      Quote: 30143
      This, of course, is a blatant affair!
      And it is necessary to punish quietly or silently .... quietly, elegantly and beautifully, as with the transit of goods through the Baltic states.

      Just do not stretch in time as with the Baltic states, it was too stretched: the pipe of four years was probably turned off ...
  5. tol100v April 12 2020 18: 55 New
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    Double standards sound so! Even from Zeman. So I want to ask a question: The monument was demolished? What's next?
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  6. Mytholog April 12 2020 18: 56 New
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    This means that to erect monuments to white-collar workers in Russia is not an interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation, but a monument to Konev to protect from vandalism is interference.
    I see, not far from the Poles, in their ingratitude, they left ...
    Yes, and this Zeman, I must admit, like a weather vane in the wind - he wants to adapt to everyone.
    1. 30143 April 12 2020 19: 01 New
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      Why was it allowed? Take and with a certain sauce and demolish.
      1. Rzzz April 12 2020 19: 09 New
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        It is also impossible to demolish, because immediately the cry will rise, how is it that Russia blames us, and it itself also demolishes the monuments.
        1. 30143 April 12 2020 19: 10 New
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          Eye for an eye.
          Soak in the toilet.
          1. Fan-fan April 13 2020 23: 12 New
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            I understand that it's a shame, but calm down. It is useless to make noise, and the criminal case instituted by our investigative committee is generally a shame, showing the level of our lawyers, since there are no legal grounds for a “case”. Firstly, this monument is completely their property. Secondly - the monuments to the white-collars that they erected across Russia, it’s for their money and under the agreement, and our government signed this agreement.
            Well, stop crying here, behave like a jealous wife, from whom her husband escaped.
            1. Nikolai Grek April 14 2020 01: 22 New
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              Quote: Fan-Fan
              showing the level of our lawyers, since there are no legal grounds for a “case”.

              rather, it shows your level of intelligence ... the demolition of the monument was accompanied by the rehabilitation of Nazism ... here you have it !! request
  7. Chingachguk April 12 2020 18: 56 New
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    It is foolish and ridiculous to consider President Milos Zemon. He could not gain respect for himself
    and his position. Some sort of district-level clerk wanted to spit on the president’s opinion. Accordingly, the statements of the so-called president also have no significance. Someone barking there barking, well, let him barking, I wouldn’t ask for a lick to eat ....
    1. tol100v April 12 2020 19: 19 New
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      Quote: Chingachguk
      Someone barking there barking, well, let him barking, I wouldn’t ask for a lick to eat ....

      And all the barking and all actions are paid by the State Department!
    2. krillon April 12 2020 20: 40 New
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      In order to say so, one must know their structure of power and authority. It is possible that all of his powers to be a best man at a wedding, I exaggerate of course, too lazy to seek. And if it is in the right of those who ordered then everything is legal and the president does not have the authority to interfere in the affairs of the municipality. Is Dodon also the president of Moldova? No, of course he can put on a suit with a tie and fly to Moscow with an important view. It would be worthwhile on our part to consider the legality of finding monuments, memorial plaques, especially since there are sufficient grounds for removing them.
      1. Chingachguk April 13 2020 07: 28 New
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        And why then such a person and such a position are needed if, apart from chatting, he does not solve anything ??? That is why I wrote that his barking is his main job, and you should not even pay attention to this lackey country.
        As for Dodon, I agree with you. This is indicative of all those who want parliament to rule his country. Most of this parliament with Romanian passports, they are not at all interested in Moldova itself and its problems, they are solely focused on opposing the Russian world. Moldovan laws allow the president to be temporarily removed from office if he does not agree with the adoption of a law, action or appointment by the Moldovan parliament. So Dodon is the real "Wedding General." I don’t know how to behave properly in Russia with such countries in which “the right hand does not know what the left is doing at the moment” and even the “lower back” of such countries generally lives a separate life .......
    3. Pyctam April 15 2020 08: 08 New
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      Well, actually in a democratic country it should be so. The president is the guarantor and the head. But it has no right to decide what to do with the property of the municipality
  8. VladVlad April 12 2020 19: 02 New
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    Why are we fond of enemies? Prohibit the import of Czech goods and products. Close tourism, all connections. Close all joint ventures. Spit on such "brothers Slavs". There is not a single Slavic blood, not a Slavic brotherhood.
    1. tol100v April 12 2020 19: 22 New
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      Close tourism, all connections.

      Stupid! See for yourself where the Czechs are, and where are the favorites from .....!
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      Close tourism

      Spit on such "brothers Slavs"


      already completed smile
  9. Lord of the Sith April 12 2020 19: 02 New
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    Zeman also likes to thump. May 9th)
    Is conscience tormenting?
    1. tol100v April 12 2020 19: 23 New
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      Quote: Lord of the Sith
      Zeman also likes to thump

      On May 9, I also allow myself!
      1. Lord of the Sith April 12 2020 19: 28 New
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        You are not the president, therefore, allow))
        And getting drunk before an official event is somehow not comme il faut.
        1. primaala April 12 2020 19: 46 New
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          And getting drunk before an official event is somehow not comme il faut.
          ==================
          Not a single foreigner rejects Russian vodka.
          I remembered a joke.
          Met at the reception Russian and French. So typed !!!
          The next morning, the paddling pool tells his people at the embassy:
          - Yesterday I drank with a Russian, I almost died. In the morning he offered to hang out, it would be better if he died yesterday. )))
    2. Andrei Nikolaevich April 12 2020 20: 21 New
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      So what 7 drank a man for Victory. Although, our “leader” could not get out of the plane, so I got drunk ...
    3. krillon April 12 2020 20: 44 New
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      Damn, then why should we roll up to this? Those who wish can find the frames themselves with Yeltsin and Medvedev.
  10. Petrol cutter April 12 2020 19: 09 New
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    What do you show them? Have a conscience gentlemen!? ..
    So do not care about this word.
    That's what Taldychu is all about. No one is good, he never remembers.
    Everyone remembers what is convenient for them to remember.
    How did the old woman Shapoklyak teach wisely?! .. We recall the animated film from the childhood of the Soviet ....
  11. Professor April 12 2020 19: 09 New
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    Indeed, the initiation of a criminal case in this case can be considered interference in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic.

    Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition. fellow
    1. Was mammoth April 12 2020 19: 17 New
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      Quote: Professor
      Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition.

      Even easier. The whole world is not in the jurisdiction of the United States? What are you talking about?
      1. Razvedka_Boem April 12 2020 19: 56 New
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        But the professor did emigrate, sort of to Israel. So what else can he talk about? ..)
        They don’t say anything good about the USSR and Russia, although they grew up there, received an education that, I think, allowed them to settle in a foreign land.
        Everything that the United States does, they do not notice or justify.
        Everything that Russia does, a priori for them, is wrong, illegal and generally cannot be.
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          Quote: Razvedka_Boem ...
          although they grew up there, they received an education that, I believe, allowed them to settle in a foreign land.

          Resentment of an unrecognized genius. laughing
      2. Professor April 12 2020 20: 35 New
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        Quote: Was Mammoth
        Quote: Professor
        Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition.

        Even easier. The whole world is not in the jurisdiction of the United States? What are you talking about?

        The US Attorney's Office does not initiate criminal proceedings regarding the demolition of monuments by municipalities of other countries. This time.
        The Russian Federation does not initiate criminal proceedings in the murder of Russian citizens on the territory of Russia, i.e. outside of its jurisdiction. These are two.
        1. Was mammoth April 12 2020 21: 28 New
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          The United States and the law is a "huge distance." Did not notice? However, Israel sometimes also behaves like a gopnik. Maybe that's why they did not notice.belay
          "MOSCOW, April 10 - RIA Novosti. The Investigative Committee of Russia has opened a criminal case in connection with the dismantling of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev in Prague, the official representative of the department Svetlana Petrenko said.
          "A criminal case has been opened on the grounds of crime <...>" desecration of the symbols of Russia's military glory, committed publicly, "she explained."

          PS ... criminal cases in the murder of Russian citizens ....
          Who was killed during the demolition of the monument to I. Konev in Prague? Explain?
          1. Professor April 13 2020 06: 54 New
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            Quote: Was Mammoth
            PS ... criminal cases in the murder of Russian citizens ....
            Who was killed during the demolition of the monument to I. Konev in Prague? Explain?

            On June 1, 2001, at 23:27 (local time), an Arab suicide bomber from the Palestinian Islamic Jihad organization Saeed Khutori, a resident of the city of Kalkiliya, ..
            died:
            Maria Tagiltseva - 14 years
            Evgenia Dorfman - 15 years
            Raisa Nemirovskaya - 15 years
            Julia Sklyanik - 15 years
            Anna Kazachkova - 15 years
            Katherine Castañada - 15 years
            Irina Nepomnyashchaya - 16 years
            Maryana Medvedenko - 16 years
            Liana Sahakyan - 16 years
            Marina Berkovskaya - 17 years
            Simon Rudin - 17 years
            Julia Nalimova - 16 years
            Elena Nalimova - 18 years
            Irina Osadchaya - 18 years
            Alexey Lupalo - 17 years
            Ilya Gutman - 19 years
            Sergey Panchenko - 20 years
            Roman Dzhanashvili - 21 year
            Diaz Nurmanov - 21 year
            Ian Bloom - Xnumx Years


            The Russian Federation did not institute criminal proceedings despite the fact that most of the victims were citizens of the Russian Federation. Logically, they are not monuments, and you don’t want to quarrel with Islamic Jihad.
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              The Russian Federation did not institute criminal proceedings

              But Israel respected, before the Eurovision at the monument to the victims put toilets
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                But Israel respected, before the Eurovision at the monument to the victims put toilets

                Correct solution. Is it better that tourists urinate not in the toilets, but at the memorial?

                So where is the criminal case?
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                  So where is the criminal case?

                  Taki in Israel
                  Quote: Professor
                  Correct solution. Is it better that tourists urinate not in the toilets, but at the memorial?

                  Do you want the sun of the promised head baked?
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                    Taki in Israel

                    So, the Russian Federation did not start a case regarding the mass death of its citizens, but did it start a demolition of the monument?

                    Quote: user1212
                    Quote: Professor
                    Correct solution. Is it better that tourists urinate not in the toilets, but at the memorial?

                    Do you want the sun of the promised head baked?

                    Relieving the need for the memorial is not right; the toilet is correct. Do you have difficulty understanding?
            2. Was mammoth April 13 2020 11: 43 New
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              The Russian Federation did not institute criminal proceedings despite the fact that most of the victims were citizens of the Russian Federation. Logically, they are not monuments, and you don’t want to quarrel with Islamic Jihad.

              Was it necessary to initiate a criminal case against the leadership of Israel that did not ensure the safety of civilians? However!
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                Quote: Professor
                The Russian Federation did not institute criminal proceedings despite the fact that most of the victims were citizens of the Russian Federation. Logically, they are not monuments, and you don’t want to quarrel with Islamic Jihad.

                Was it necessary to initiate a criminal case against the leadership of Israel that did not ensure the safety of civilians? However!

                Have you been led against yourself for not providing security in Budennovsk? Think what you write. However. fool
                1. Pushkar April 13 2020 20: 18 New
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                  The attack you write about was committed in 2001. Now they would have definitely started a business.
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                    The attack you write about was committed in 2001. Now they would have definitely started a business.

                    Has the constitution changed or are new people in power?
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                      Has the constitution changed or are new people in power?
                      Then did not want ("friendship"), now the authorities have become more pragmatic.
        2. Pissarro April 13 2020 00: 56 New
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          The USA is not a legal state; it has Guantanamo, where people sit without a court verdict, which is a mockery of law. So-so example
        3. Pyctam April 15 2020 08: 16 New
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          But what about the sanctions unilaterally announced by the United States unilaterally, under which all countries of the world fall? But what about the pressure on the "NATO allies" with demands for an increase in the contribution to the organization to which everyone hears? Well, about the decisions of courts of all kinds and different with respect to other states or the actions of the US State Department with respect to the diplomatic property of the Russian Federation, it is inconvenient to recall
      3. Den717 April 12 2020 21: 18 New
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        The whole world is not in the jurisdiction of the United States? What are you talking about?

        Here Girkin does not sit in prison, and does not pay millions of fines. So it is here. The case was opened, and where is the accused. In the Donbass tons of such cases without court decisions. In order to attract someone in these cases, one must either bring the accused to Russia or conquer the country and establish their own legal regime there. And Zeman, by and large, is right. They made the monument themselves, on their own (residents of Prague) money, erected it on their territory and not over the tomb of the Marshal (i.e. not a military burial place). After we reacted with tears and snot to the plowing of real graves in Poland, I am surprised that only this monument was dismantled. If, after the first incident in Poland, it were covered with sanctions, then the Czechs, looking at the experience of their neighbors, would have thought 100 times to demolish or not to demolish. We ourselves have shown the enemy our sore spot, and now we want him not to hit him? What can it be like, apart from children's simplicity and naivety?
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          What can it be like, apart from children's simplicity and naivety?

          Unfortunately this is not naivety. This is the position of the authorities in Russia. Alas!
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            Unfortunately this is not naivety. This is the position of the authorities in Russia. Alas!

            Unfortunately, I have nothing to object to.
            1. Pyctam April 15 2020 08: 24 New
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              And it never occurred to you that the position of power is characterized by the words "the dog barks - the caravan goes."
              Hedgehog it is clear that all these demolitions, transfers, dismantles, etc. aimed at achieving one single goal - to prick, hurt, salt, etc. someone who can’t do anything serious. Well, they can’t get it in any way ...
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                And it never occurred to you that the position of power is characterized by the words "the dog barks - the caravan goes."

                I think it should be so. Only with the calm planned movement of the caravan, it is necessary to pull the turned up dog tails. And we have a lot of them. The Polish tail can be pulled out so that they will not just bark at the caravan, but howl in pain. What should we find "E. coli" in all those products that did not come under sanctions. We don’t buy unique goods from the Poles, that’s to shut off all the goods turnover from Polish sources. And Old Man to quote all the "suspicious" range of goods. After all, we know how many, for example, apples Belarus can grow, subtract domestic consumption and limit its exports on residues. The Czechs also have something to block, at least the same food, beer, in the end. The scheme is elementary. Only a political solution is needed. Here, it seems to me that the authorities are showing excessive liberalism. You don’t need a “slipper in the large stands”, you can completely dispense with a barrier. And then they did a scumbag PR. Well, Shoigu washed !!! ..... Ugly ... negative
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            This is the position of power

            In the Czech Republic, it is not power and it has no position. This is an act of humiliation to the vanquished side.
    2. krillon April 12 2020 20: 55 New
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      It is not clear what the smile expresses, sarcasm, joy? In fact, everything is true, the meaning of the demarche personally does not reach me. Why get up in a pose offended by shaking the air. There is an opportunity to answer and step on the eggs, it is necessary to use, no, to grip the teeth, put a notch. Israel’s position is more appealing to me, they don’t fight the invaders and aggressors, although a mutual score can be set. After all, the victory over Nazism is our common merit, is not it?
    3. IS-80_RVGK2 April 12 2020 23: 16 New
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      Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition.

      Yes of course. Given the fact that everyone in principle does not care and the further the more in all sorts of jurisdictions.
    4. user1212 April 13 2020 02: 11 New
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      Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition.

      Criminal Code Article 243.4
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        Quote: Professor
        Even easier. Prague is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation and, accordingly, there can be no criminal case by definition.

        Criminal Code Article 243.4

        Prague is not the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation.
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          Prague is not the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation.

          So no one is going to detain anyone in Prague. In the case of a court decision, it can be implemented on the territory of the Russian Federation. Arrest of goods, assets, freezing of accounts, denial of entry or transit. There may be “unofficial sanctions”. There are many options
          1. Pyctam April 15 2020 08: 26 New
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            Quite pragmatic
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      Professor, you say the right words, but to listen is disgusting.
  12. Was mammoth April 12 2020 19: 11 New
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    Will it come to the reaction of our President to the demolition of the monument to I. Konev? As no 75 years is going to celebrate.
    In the meantime, it would be nice to see a reaction to the monuments of the Czechoslovak Legion, part of the French occupation corps in Russia, marked by atrocities and robberies in our municipalities. " Debt good turn deserves another". Maybe you should put them in one pile? Or should their indispensable attribute be what bad mark they left in Russia? By the way, this also applies to Polish monuments in Katyn and Italian fascists in Rossosh.
    Monuments to the Czechoslovak volunteer corps should be in Galicia, in present-day Ukraine, where they fought. No way in Siberia. There they were invaders.
  13. borys April 12 2020 19: 23 New
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    There is such an answer - carefully dismantle all the monuments
    whites in Russia and offer Prague to exchange them for
    Monument to Konev.
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      carefully dismantle all the monuments
      whites

      There is such an option. But this requires political will. So we are trying with the "partners" not to quarrel, but to conduct a dialogue.
  14. Same lech April 12 2020 19: 26 New
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    but the Czech Foreign Ministry stated that "you cannot return the monument, since it belongs to the Prague municipality."

    They advertise Czech beer with the Czech king on TV ... you watch it after the video about the demolition of the monument to Konev ... I want to pour this Czech beer on the head of the Czech king ... I will not buy Czech goods in protest against the demolition of the monument.
    1. Incvizitor April 13 2020 11: 32 New
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      There is one name from Czech beer, but they make it out of sight here.
    2. Pyctam April 15 2020 08: 32 New
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      I support. Personal sanctions. The main thing is that people like you should be more indifferent and dissenting. And then no "political will" will be needed. It’s bad that "there is no agreement between us." Take an example from the Chinese. I don’t remember the details, but on the whole, the French were smart and the Chinese simply boycotted French goods and the chain of the largest French supermarkets. As a result, multimillion-dollar losses and public apologies from the French ...
  15. syndicalist April 12 2020 19: 26 New
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    Actually, the monument is not demolished, but transferred.
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      You will not be heard
    2. Same lech April 12 2020 20: 00 New
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      Actually, the monument is not demolished, but transferred.

      Actually, the monument is demolished ... the amount does not change from the change of terms.
    3. Pissarro April 13 2020 00: 58 New
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      In Georgia, the monument to Stalin has been transferred for many years. This is an argument for stupid men)
    4. user1212 April 13 2020 03: 52 New
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      Actually, the monument is not demolished, but transferred.

      Where are they transferring? To the museum, to the warehouse. Conclusion: the monument is demolished
      1. syndicalist April 13 2020 06: 47 New
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        To the museum, but not to the scrap metal warehouse. Despite the fact that the Czechs have real complaints specifically against Konev in the theme of the Prague spring. Each nation has its own sores that should not be picked. Do not insist on a monument to Ermolov in Grozny or Ivan the Terrible in Kazan. Genghis Khan and Mamai are the national heroes of the Mongols, but one cannot hear them indignant at the lack of a monument in Ryazan, with which they also have a common history.
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          Despite the fact that the Czechs have real complaints specifically against Konev in the theme of the Prague spring

          We also have complaints about both the Belachekhs and the Czech volunteers in the ranks of the Wehrmacht and the SS there.
          But on the whole, your claim to the position of the Russian Federation is not clear. If they have the right to demolish a monument, then we have the right to respond as we see fit.
          1. syndicalist April 13 2020 07: 36 New
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            Yes, any country and Russia and the Czech Republic have the right to act as they see fit. If in Chita there was a monument to the white-collars, the right of Russia and the Chitins to demolish it.
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              If in Chita there was a monument to the white whales, the right of Russia and the Chitins to demolish it

              Vooot, and the Czechs have the right to react to this as they want. This is happening
  16. Lawyer April 12 2020 19: 29 New
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    Demolition of the monument to Konev is a planned political action and provocation.
    If this were not a provocation, then there would be no noise.
    We would have found a reason to dismantle it and suggested we pick it up. And that’s all.
    And here it is specially necessary to humiliate.
    1. Pardus April 12 2020 23: 54 New
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      Demolition of the monument to Konev is a planned political action and provocation.

      You are definitely right. And the time was specially chosen for the demolition of the monument.
  17. Amateur April 12 2020 19: 36 New
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    earlier Milos Zeman was going to arrive in Moscow for the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory.

    Do not let it go. Nafig he gave up with his Natsik.
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      Do not let it go.

      I think if the parade due to the coronavirus is not canceled, Zeman will not be close to it.
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      Although for me it’s better to let it go. Only a place for him to allocate on the platform of veterans. And so say what will be next to them. Well, forget about it. By the time he leaves, his whole life will fly by before his eyes and more than a dozen times
  18. 113262a April 12 2020 19: 38 New
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    But why, for the sake of experiment, dismantle all the monuments of white whales, spread throughout Siberia and the Far East, in color for a day. It will immediately become quiet in the forest ... And no intervention is needed! But we are not like that ... Alas ... And just remove from the shelves all these Staropramen and Goats.
    1. wandlitz April 12 2020 20: 10 New
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      Monuments to white whales, of course, should not be installed ... But, alas, there will be no political will to remove. But Staropramen and other Czechs have long been no longer Czech or Dutch or other TNCs ...
    2. Pushkar April 13 2020 20: 35 New
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      And just remove from the shelves all these Staropramen and Goats.
      And the Skoda.
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        YES, just like Lada-Largus was once Logan!
  19. Egoza April 12 2020 19: 47 New
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    Or maybe the monument was demolished right now, so that Zeman would not go to the parade? True, in the current situation, will there be a parade?
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      demolished so that Zeman did not go to the parade?

      Such an option is also possible, but provided that the parade will be ...
  20. Sibguest April 12 2020 20: 05 New
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    "I can’t call the reaction of Russia to what happened adequate."
    Kish Miri in Tuches und Zay Gezund, Mr. Zeman! With you, the European gloss flows like shit in the rain.
    Power is in the truth. Whoever has the truth is stronger.
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      Quote: Sibguest
      Power is in the truth. Whoever has the truth is stronger.

      The truth is on our side. Only no one needs our truth except us. For us, our truth is the future of our country. And if we lose our truth, then we as a state will have a complete end.
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        Well, leave them their right to delve into their shit. Time, it will ask and very strictly. And the answer will have to be definitely. And I personally, strongly doubt the answer to keep such people like him
  21. APASUS April 12 2020 20: 18 New
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    Zeman seems to be adequate but still cuts it!
    Nothing that the municipality of Prague 6 violated an interstate agreement?
    Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of military graves

    AGREEMENT
    between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of military graves *

    http://docs.cntd.ru/document/901783313
    And Shoigu’s position is strange, I decided to beg a monument. You still offer money ..........
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      Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of the military burials

      Konev there Buried? That's the way it is.
      1. APASUS April 12 2020 20: 45 New
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        Is Konev BURIED there? That's the way it is.

        An interesting turn, in the process we always encountered the topic of double perception.
        If the Marshal of the Soviet Union is buried on Red Square near the Kremlin wall, then all interstate agreements lose their force automatically. Or even easier, they can be canceled by the municipality of any village, city, district
        I didn’t mix anything up, correctly understood your idea?
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          Quote: Professor
          Is Konev BURIED there? That's the way it is.

          An interesting turn, in the process we always encountered the topic of double perception.
          If the Marshal of the Soviet Union is buried on Red Square near the Kremlin wall, then all interstate agreements lose their force automatically. Or even easier, they can be canceled by the municipality of any village, city, district
          I didn’t mix anything up, correctly understood your idea?

          No, not right. Czechs did not touch Burial Koneva and accordingly your reference to "Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of the military burials"out of place.
          1. APASUS April 13 2020 09: 33 New
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            No, not right. The Czechs did not touch KONEV’s BURIAL AND, accordingly, your reference to the “Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of military graves” is out of place.

            The question remains the same.
            If the Marshal of the Soviet Union is buried on Red Square near the Kremlin wall, then all interstate agreements lose their force automatically. Or even easier, they can be canceled by the municipality of any village, city, district,
            Sources change:
            Agreement on friendly relations and cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic
            Agreement on friendly relations and cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic docs.cntd.ru / document / 901898022
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              The question remains the same.

              The question is really the same. Konev’s burial in Moscow. How the Czechs demolishing a monument to Konev in Prague!!! violate "Agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Czech Republic on the mutual maintenance of the military burials"?"
              Answer: No way. Your post is past.

              Quote: APASUS
              If the Marshal of the Soviet Union is buried on Red Square near the Kremlin wall, then all interstate agreements lose their force automatically. Or even easier, they can be canceled by the municipality of any village, city, district,

              The municipality has the right to dispose of its property at its discretion and MO they are not a decree.

              Quote: APASUS
              Agreement on friendly relations and cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic
              Agreement on friendly relations and cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Czech Republic docs.cntd.ru / document / 901898022

              Again by. The agreement does not provide for the transfer of municipal property of the Czech Republic to Russia. Learn the materiel.
              1. APASUS April 13 2020 10: 24 New
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                Again by. The agreement does not provide for the transfer of municipal property of the Czech Republic to Russia. Learn the materiel.

                I don’t have to teach anything. Dear in this agreement, the conservation and care of the monuments is devoted to as much as 2 points. And given that this is an agreement between the two states, then just the municipality of Prague 6 is here by.
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                  I don’t need to learn anything

                  It is necessary. And diligently.

                  Quote: APASUS
                  Dear in this contract, the preservation and care of the monuments is devoted as much as 2 points. And given that this is an agreement between the two states, then just the municipality of Prague 6 is here by.

                  The monument is not Russian, but Czech. Moreover, not even state, but urban. It does not fall under the contract. There is no burial there, so Shoigu sat in a puddle.

                  Tomorrow Yanek in a village near Prague will erect a monument to Zhukov, and the day after tomorrow decides to demolish it. This is his own business and he should not give anyone a report. It does not fall under any contracts. By the way, therefore, the Russian Foreign Ministry is breathing evenly about the monument to Konev.
                  1. APASUS April 13 2020 10: 53 New
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                    The monument is not Russian, but Czech. Moreover, not even state, but urban. It does not fall under the contract. There is no burial there, so Shoigu sat in a puddle.

                    I always liked your logic. A contract is not a contract and an agreement is not an agreement, and if you really need it, you can put a monument to the executioners in the Jewish cemetery.
                    understand
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                      I always liked your logic. A contract is not a contract and an agreement is not an agreement, and if you really need it, you can put a monument to the executioners in the Jewish cemetery.

                      Materiel, dear, materiel.

                      You talked about the "burial". They were not there.

                      The Friendship .... Treaty does not protect any municipal monuments.

                      If the law does not prohibit, then in the Jewish cemetery you can put a monument to anyone.
                      1. APASUS April 13 2020 18: 12 New
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                        If the law does not prohibit, then in the Jewish cemetery you can put a monument to anyone

                        If memory does not bring money, then why such a memory I do not respect your opinion on this matter, but I understand
                        In Ukrainian Sambir, a monument to Bandera was erected directly at the Jewish cemetery

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                        If memory does not bring money, then why such a memory I do not respect your opinion on this matter, but I understand

                        I did not write this. I continue to assert that it is necessary to act according to the laws, and not according to concepts.

                        Quote: APASUS
                        In Ukrainian Sambir, a monument to Bandera was erected directly at the Jewish cemetery

                        By your logic, our defense minister, Naftali Benet, should now call his Ukrainian counterpart and demand the demolition of the monument, and our prosecutor general’s office should institute criminal proceedings in connection with the “desecration of the Jewish cemetery in Ukraine.” Nah. Ours do not play such a clowning. They studied at universities. They know that the installation of a monument to Ukrainians buried in a former Jewish cemetery is a sovereign matter of Ukraine, whether we like the event itself or not.
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                This treaty speaks of monuments over burial sites.
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    Nothing that the monument to Marshal Konev IS NOT a MILITARY BURIAL. This is a monument and nothing more.
  • Avior April 12 2020 20: 31 New
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    TASS is authorized to declare:
    MOSCOW, December 26. / TASS /. Russia is grateful to the ex-Prime Minister of Slovakia, Jan Charnogursky, for the proposal to transfer the monument to Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev to the Slovak Republic, but proceeds from the fact that he should remain in Prague, where he was installed. This was announced on Thursday at a briefing by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova.
    "We are grateful to the ex-prime minister of the Slovak Republic Charnogursky, who turned to the municipal authorities of Prague-6 (district of the Czech capital - approx. TASS) with a proposal to buy back the monument to the Marshal of the Soviet Union Konev, installed in this area, with a view to its transfer and installation in Slovakia," said she. - At the same time, we reaffirm our position with regard to the monuments, they retain their meaning in relation to those places where historical events took place, in whose honor they were established "....

    https://tass.ru/politika/7430207
  • 1536 April 12 2020 20: 35 New
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    And finally, this so-called president has lost his mask. And it seemed that he did not seem to support the neo-fascists, he was criticizing. Yeah, fresh tradition, but hard to believe. Some people hope that they will put a monument for a lie in some "area". Only these monuments will be false.
    Czech society is not inadequate, it simply suffers from the same disease that it hurt many, many years ago. The name of this "disease" is well known in Russia and not only those who fought against fascism, but also those who met with the Czechs after the Victory, during the years of "perestroika", for example.
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    but the Czech Foreign Ministry stated that "you cannot return the monument, since it belongs to the Prague municipality."

    They advertise Czech beer with the Czech king on TV ... you watch it after the video about the demolition of the monument to Konev ... I want to pour this Czech beer on the head of the Czech king ... I will not buy Czech goods in protest against the demolition of the monument.

    Dear, in many tavars of Czech there is nothing long ago. One name. But to make beer or automobile "kings" change these "cool" names so that they wouldn’t be in the spirit, this is just a good response to the crime of Czech officials who staged a provocation on the eve of the Great Victory Day.
    1. 2 Level Advisor April 14 2020 06: 45 New
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      You know, to put it mildly, for the whole world it will look inadequate, approximately at the level of the DPRK, which Russophobes of the whole world will only be happy with ..
      Do not tell me the mechanism of coercion, for example VW to which Skoda belongs, change this name? Give up VW? We’ll leave with such logic, and without sanctions, as a result, no one will have to buy equipment, equipment, etc. due to the fact that no one wants to have any special business with us, or we ourselves will refuse ... Maybe you first need to be able to refuse to trade without prejudice to the interests of their own country, so as to at least think about it?
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    But you can somehow stop this forgiveness for half a year, and when the world collapses into a crisis, demand from Eastern Europe for every ton of grain one villain for snow removal in Siberia. And without any Khrushchev’s amnesties am
  • Chever April 12 2020 20: 46 New
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    An idiotic situation: well, the monument was removed. So what? Their problems...
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      Quote: Chever
      Idiotic situation

      This is a meanness, not an idiotic situation. The Investigative Committee described these actions as desecration of symbols of military glory. I am sure that if the demolition of the monument was only their business, the UK would not have instituted criminal proceedings.
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        UK would not institute criminal proceedings

        Against whom and for what?
    2. Pissarro April 13 2020 01: 02 New
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      Russophobia should not be a free pleasure. An adequate response would be the cancellation of direct flights and the ban on selling tours to tour operators. That is, to punish the ruble
  • bk316 April 12 2020 20: 52 New
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    First you need to
    1. respect their monuments themselves
    2.Change legislation in the manner of the United States, where the whole Earth has their jurisdiction
    3. Start enforcing these laws

    Although in this case, what is Zeman to blame?
    Some Czechs put up a monument for their money.
    Other Czechs demolished with their money.

    Now, when the crowd and the diots demolished the monument to Dzerzhinsky, how was it?
    And how many monuments of Lenin and Stalin we have demolished?
    And before that, how many monuments to the kings and military commanders were demolished?
    Now let's restore them all and then we will reproach Zeman .....

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      First you need to

      For what? Blaming other countries for anything is in itself a policy tool, irrespective of the prosecutor’s similar crimes. The presence of prisons with illegal detention does not prevent the US from accusing the necessary countries of violating human rights. War crimes of Great Britain (IMHO the largest in the history of mankind!) Do not prevent them from singing songs about "bloody communism". etc. And the stories about the support of terrorism by Iran, while the NATO countries supply terrorists around the world ...
  • cat Rusich April 12 2020 21: 20 New
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    Milos Zeman - Czech Republic Vice President ...
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    Czech President commented

    Function of the Czech President - to comment?
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      What else can he do?
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        Hello. hi

        I quote from an article by Yevgeny Pavlov (head of the chair of constitutional law of MGIMO-University of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, doctor of legal sciences, professor): "Article 63 of the Constitution of the Chechen Republic states that the President represents the state in foreign relations."

        Is this not a case of external relations ?!
  • Stils April 12 2020 21: 37 New
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    A criminal case without the possibility of prosecution is a loud bunch in a puddle. It’s not their local officials who go to rest with us, but our officials in the “geyropu”, they don’t keep the assets with us, but our elite with them. Or maybe the bald gnome imagines himself to be Trump?
  • Petrol cutter April 12 2020 21: 42 New
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    Who helps people ... Only wastes time!
    Good deeds, you can’t become famous ...
    1. Pashtet April 12 2020 21: 53 New
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      Who and how sold the shares of Gazprom and Rosneft? Comrade Zeman forgot?
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        These are just rumors and gossip.
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      Czechs Hitler just helped and apparently still true to his ideas.
  • TEODOR April 12 2020 21: 57 New
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    Both yours and ours, a good politician can be seen right away. Politics is a zask work for the zatsev. But in essence, the demolition of monuments is disgusting.
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      Quote: TEODOR
      Politics is

      According to the teachings of Plato, politics is the ability to “protect all citizens and, if possible, make them the worst of the best. Machiavelli argued that politics is the knowledge of correct and wise rule. Currently, it is argued that politics is an activity that is expressed in the behavior of social groups, as well as the totality of behaviors and social institutions that manage public relations and create power control as such, along with competition for the possession of power.
      So, Zeman did not behave very well. He tried to please both yours and ours ...
  • Old Horseradish April 12 2020 22: 16 New
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    The monument, but what a monument is there, we have demolished the whole country in 91-93. And what? Remember - there was such a country: the USSR. Also, are the Czechs to blame?
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    Let’s see how Zeman will talk about Czech interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation if the Russians demolish monuments to white whales in the Russian Federation!

    Tell us where do these monuments stand?
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      Tell us where do these monuments stand?

      Buzuluk, Verkhny Uslon, Vladivostok, Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Kultuk, Kungur, Mikhailovka, Nizhny Tagil, Penza
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Памятники_чехословацким_легионерам
  • Aleks1973 April 12 2020 22: 42 New
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    in many tawars

    Literacy rolls over .... Go buy a primer, but don't go into politics!
  • Petrol cutter April 12 2020 22: 56 New
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    I look the whole site went to fight with
    An epidemic. Apparently, this is correct.
    It is especially scary to get infected via the Internet.
  • polpot April 12 2020 23: 19 New
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    Boycott Russians of all Czech, the best medicine.
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      Breaking diplomatic relations with the Czech Republic is even better
      1. polpot April 12 2020 23: 26 New
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        Freeze at the lowest level, send spies from the embassy, ​​reduce the presence of the embassy in Moscow, find salmonella in products, arsenic in beer.
  • Tarento April 13 2020 00: 01 New
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    I read the comments and just shocked by the anger, and the limitations of some characters. I’ve been living in Prague for a long time, I can say Prague and try to clarify some points, so to speak first-hand. Local municipalities have very extensive rights in their territories. President Zeman is a more representative figure than a political one; he really does not decide anything. Prime Minister Babish decides and even he cannot take and intervene in the affairs of a separate district of the city, for he controls the district headman, elected by the people and who is a representative of a party. Kolarzh, the representative of the top 09 party, is a liberal conservative, and the ruling party Ano (Yes), to which Babish refers, most likely, there are simply behind-the-scenes party games and top 09 simply put Babish and the company in conflict with the Russian Federation. But everyone sees only the rewriting of history and wants to impose sanctions against the Czech Republic, or maybe this was the goal of Mr. Kolář?
    1. Pissarro April 13 2020 01: 08 New
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      Some Czech official insulted Russia. There should be exactly two options. An official is punished or punished by the Czech Republic. This is normal practice. In the army there is punishment through the collective. The collective is responsible for the joint of the individual. The next time the team itself will take care to stop the destructive actions of the individual.
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        And how do you propose stopping such officials? In the Czech Republic, a system of governing the country and individual areas is fundamentally different from the Russian Federation. System of checks and balances in action. In general, the system works, but we are not safe from such characters.
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          Very strange system. And if a mad official begins to burn for example American or Chinese flags, hang cartoons of Mohammed or Christ, will the Czech Foreign Ministry also declare that we cannot influence it? Maybe the area of ​​Prague can independently declare war on other countries?
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        The army has never been punished through the collective. These are some not-so-distant commanders who came up with it in order not to bother to somehow influence a subordinate with the mind and personal example. Do not carry nonsense. Such a stupid thing can be said by a sergeant or ensign, and not everyone
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          In the army of 2000-2001, when I was doing military service, this was normal practice. Especially in KMB. Moreover, this practice is effective and intelligible. So do not carry nonsense yourself.
          However, for parquet officers who were not faced with the task of making crowded units in the short term, this practice can be nonsense, I do not argue
    2. user1212 April 13 2020 02: 40 New
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      I read the comments and just shocked by the anger, and the limitations of some characters.

      It would be more productive if you were shocked by the actions of your municipality.
      The same Czech Foreign Ministry could well agree with the municipality and transfer the monument to Russia. They didn’t, didn’t want to bother. This, of course, will affect relations, but, of course, also does not make our countries enemies hi
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        The Foreign Ministry could not agree, or rather, in theory, but in this situation, Collage simply framed everyone, he takes an obvious anti-Russian position, some banners and banners dedicated to the Prague Spring are worth it, and he orders and places them every year. People could not go out and somehow prevent the demolition. On the 3rd, there was already a ban on gathering groups of more than 2 people, we have quarantine here, that’s the moment that took advantage of a friend who is not our friend.
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          Collage

          and how did he find himself in the leadership ??? !! wink wassat
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      I believe that many of our fellow citizens simply do not understand that there may be systems in which there is no "power vertical" and the decisions of local authorities cannot be changed simply by order (or even a hint) from above. Regardless of the specific situation that the Czech Republic does not paint.
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        and decisions of local authorities are not amenable to change simply by order (or even a hint) from above.

        what This noodle is for those who are naive like you and others like you !!! wink lol
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          I was naive about 40 years ago. As for the "noodles" - you should follow your ears)
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            Quote: unaha
            I was naive about 40 years ago. As for the "noodles" - you should follow your ears)

            I have all the rules ... I'm not telling tales about the wonderful "beautification" of Euro-American society !!! wink laughing
            1. unaha April 15 2020 08: 19 New
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              A very strange way of attributing to the opponent something about which not a word has been said - where at least something was said about "excellent accomplishment"? I wrote about the high independence of local self-government. This is not true? On electorality and accountability to voters, is that also not the case? Arguing?
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        It's funny, anyone who tramples against the general line of the State Department will be accused of raping a maid in an elevator, harassment of forty years ago or insulting an old black woman on social networks. And goodbye career. The empire of lies has a rich arsenal
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          Does anyone deny the variety of means of discrediting, and sometimes even natural persecution of people objectionable in developed countries? Do not shoot - and then progress)))
          However, this fact has no relation to local self-government, its broad powers and self-sufficiency (but, accordingly, responsibility to voters) in the Czech Republic, right?
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            Do you yourself agree that a petty official can cause an international scandal with impunity and harm national interests?
            Purely hypothetically. Russia was suddenly offended very much and banned the territory of Czech enterprises, and thousands lost their jobs thanks to do not understand who? What is the responsibility of local government and where is the responsibility of state authorities.
            Local government should manage housing and communal services. He can’t even be trusted with a school or the federal highway, suddenly it decides to collect the tax there)
            1. unaha April 14 2020 15: 50 New
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              Well, we see the same situation? Why would the Czech Republic get involved in a conflict with the Russian Federation at the state level? Especially now, in a difficult period with unclear prospects. At the same time, the municipal authorities of Prague didn’t think (I think) about the consequences precisely because they act in their own area of ​​responsibility and have all the rights for that ... Well, here was an exception - I was not interested, but I think the monument falls under interstate agreements and transfer it (not to mention demolition) was not worth it.
              “He can't even be trusted with a school” - why? Even we have schools - municipal facilities.
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                At the expense of not thinking that you were joking. I do not think that we are dealing with idioms. Normal political order.)
                But by and large, what matters to us, which of the Czech officials has insulted us. If his head is not transferred to us on a plate, the whole Czech Republic should answer. Delving into their political impotence is not interesting. And yes, the monument is in place. )
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                  What is the purpose of the order?
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                    The order to review the results of the Second World War and equate communism with fascism. They don’t even hide it.
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                      I don’t see the point - most of the youth, even in our country, do not know about WWII, but certainly not interested. And already in most of the rest of the world ... After 20 years, not everyone will remember what it is all about.
                      There "Petrova and Bashirova" at the same time with the Chinese to blame for the spread of coronavirus will be more exhaust, with all the delusions.
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                        You do not see, but they see the point in this. They adopt resolutions in the European Parliament, demolish monuments, mock history, hold festivals for the liberation of Auschwitz without inviting the liberators, etc. If you do not see the gopher, does not mean that it is not)
                        And “do not slander our youth, it is our Hope and stronghold,” as Vladimir Semenovich sang. My son is well versed in 11 years in who is a fascist and who is a Soviet hero)
  • Popov I.P. April 13 2020 00: 15 New
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    I advise you to read https://topwar.ru/142304-zachem-chehoslovackim-ubiycam-i-maroderam-stavyat-pamyatniki-v-rossii.html Samsonov A. Why are Czechoslovak killers and marauders erected monuments in Russia
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    Do not let ... on the 75th anniversary .... even if he wants to .... point
  • Popov I.P. April 13 2020 01: 29 New
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    Demolition of the monument is a political action dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Victory and a demonstrative spit in the face of Russia. The response of the Czech Foreign Ministry with the proposal of Russia to enter into negotiations with the Prague region is essentially mocking, the Russian Federation has a deep. relations with the Czech Republic, and not separate districts of its capital, cities and towns. It turns out the Czech Republic is such a democratic country that no one can do anything with one unbridled elder - who believes in it. If the central authority of the Czech Republic was interested in good relations with Russia, then it would find a way to solve the problem within the framework of the existing legislation, even in court, at least financially (just to redeem the monument and if not give it to the family Koneva I.S., then simply resell it to the Russian Federation). To leave this unanswered is not to respect yourself, but the answer should be adequate. The USSR paid 160 thousand lives for the freedom of Czechoslovakia, including about 15 thousand were killed in the Prague operation (which is 5 times more than the Vlasov’s in the 2nd division of the ROA supposedly liberating Prague, I’m not talking about their losses) and the Soviet a soldier came there to liberate the country from the Nazis, and not to conquer (how many were killed in this local population, not counting the Nazi collaborators in German uniform?). And no events of the Prague Spring of 1968 can cross out this fact .. But the Czechoslovak corps in Russia left a far from positive memory, they were equally fond of the Reds and the Whites. Although accurate statistics on how many of our compatriots died at their hands during I have not yet found a civil war in Russia .. But there are about 100 monuments to these soldiers in Russia, and not all of them are in place on the sites of military burials. And if the mayor's office of Yekaterinburg or Vladivostok, in accordance with the law on local self-government on the basis of the will of the population, deems it inappropriate to be there, then this is their right. But in no case should you touch the monuments in the cemeteries, just like the military burial places themselves - it is like them. The criminal case against this elder has no prospects. But diplomatic (recall of our ambassador and lowering diplomatic relations) and economic measures (1. Restriction of tourism to the Czech Republic, if not a direct ban on the sale of tours there, then at least the exclusion of tours to the Czech Republic from programs Travel Insurance
    2. Restrictions on the import of their individual goods, the introduction of add. duties 3. Restriction of transport links with the Czech Republic 4. Restriction on the withdrawal of capital there and investment in their economy by introducing additional. taxes for those who do this (if necessary, exit from the agreement on the avoidance of double taxation). For Georgia, one interruption of air traffic was very sensitive. I’m not saying that in Moscow we have the Prazhskaya metro station, there is probably a restaurant or the Prague hotel, as far as it is appropriate now, it is up to the Moscow authorities. Well, to create an atmosphere of moral condemnation of those of our compatriots who go there on tours, buy real estate or invest money in their economy.
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      The criminal case against this headman has no prospects.

      Here you are wrong. Landing on the dock is almost not realistic, yes. So not for that and the mention of monuments abroad was introduced. I think not all employees of this municipality have plans for a further political career. There is no guarantee that after 5 years one of them will not come as part of the delegation to support the pants to our liberals. They can be deployed at the border or simply not issue a visa. Now China is slowly leaning toward sending goods to the EU through Russian territory. While testing is underway, we, of course, will not do anything, but in 3-4 years we may well arrest the cargo from China if the recipient is listed as any of the individuals, legal entities, as well as municipalities for which there is a decision of the Russian court on a fine under 243.4 UK rf
    2. Tarento April 13 2020 07: 36 New
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      So you yourself write about military graves, it wasn’t there, at the grave sites there is beauty and order. Well, I would look at you, how, under quarantine, the emergency regime introduced in the country, you will sue the headman, who in his own right acted within the law, and even as part of the opposition, and does everything to annoy the ruling party. But from your sofas you certainly know better.
  • Kelwin April 13 2020 01: 47 New
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    Yes, exchange this demolition for one shot, what’s the problem ... it’s just demonstrative. Boshirov’s assistant has a personal range of 800. And Petrov will work on a government embraer.)) Litter for banter, furious pshkah ...
  • Popov I.P. April 13 2020 02: 44 New
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    Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on Statements by the Russian Federation
    10.04.2020/19/16 / 12.04.2020:08 | Aktualizováno: 43/XNUMX/XNUMX / XNUMX:XNUMX

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic categorically rejects any attempts to intervene in the internal affairs of the Czech Republic by state bodies of the Russian Federation. If such confrontational statements and actions on the part of the Russian authorities continue, this will be regarded as proof that the Russian side has lost interest in developing mutually beneficial relations between our countries.


    The Czech Republic respects the memory of all the fallen soldiers of the Red Army, in whose ranks, in addition to the Russians, representatives of Ukrainian, Belarusian and other nationalities of the former Soviet Union fought for our liberation. The monument to Marshal I.S. Konev is a war memorial to which the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation of 1993 applies, and the movement of the monument to the above document does not contradict. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expects that further handling of the monument will be worthy.

    In the Czech Republic, local government is an integral part of the constitutional system of the state. The criminal prosecution of his democratically elected representatives by a foreign state in connection with the exercise of the powers entrusted to him is, from the point of view of the Czech Republic, unacceptable. The relevant Russian legislation, in addition - applied retroactively, has no legal force in the Czech Republic.

    I would like to remind the Russian side that while the Czech Republic properly contains 4 military graves, memorials and monuments on its territory, which, unlike the monument to Marshal I.S. Konev, are covered by the provisions of the Agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and The Government of the Russian Federation on the mutual maintenance of military graves from 224 on the territory of the Russian Federation has so far failed to resolve the issue of updating military monuments to fallen Czechoslovak legionnaires in Samara, Novokuybyshevsk-Lipyagah and other places, despite many years of negotiations at the local government level.

    If the Russian side is interested in acquiring the statue of Marshal I. S. Konev, it is necessary to enter into negotiations with its owner. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic is not.
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      If such confrontational statements and actions on the part of the Russian authorities continue, this will be regarded as proof that the Russian side has lost interest in developing mutually beneficial relations between our countries.

      This is what our officials say in their commentary. The Czechs did not get the first time? Applied internship in the Baltic states, apparently
  • Dog
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    Our reaction is our internal affair. Trying to tell us whom to initiate criminal proceedings and who not, he puts pressure on our justice system, interfering in our internal affairs, and not just anywhere, but in such a sensitive area for any state as the activities of law enforcement agencies.

    Czech should recall that the First World War began due to attempts by Austria-Hungary to intervene in the activities of Serbia’s law enforcement authorities (from Serbia, they were required to allow the Austro-Hungarian police to intervene in its law enforcement activities).
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    He specified that in 1917 the number of the Czechoslovak corps in Russia, formed from prisoners of war of the Austro-Hungarian army, was according to various sources from 40 to 60 thousand. people. After the revolution, thousand 10 ran away, 4 thousand went over to the side of the Bolsheviks, and about 40 thousand The Entente decided to evacuate to Vladivostok to France to continue the war. The echelons of the corps stretched from the Volga region to the Far East. The rebellion of the corps provoked Trotsky’s order to disarm him, after which they started overthrowing and appointing authorities, clashing with the Reds, and sometimes even the Whites, while robbing and “privatizing” everything that came to hand, from wagons with manufactories to parts gold stock. Parts of the corps became famous for their cruelty and robberies. During the civil war in Russia, about 4 thousand were killed. Legionnaires, they are buried in about 100 military graves. No civilized state will object to putting military graves, including monuments on them, in order. But they, besides this, are trying to erect monuments at train stations, in children's squares, on the streets of cities, having read for what the local authorities and the population of the Russian regions object quite reasonably, because these soldiers left a bad memory about themselves. Links of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs that over 4 thousand are kept in order in the Czech Republic the military graves of Soviet soldiers are mildly not correct: the Soviet Army liberated Czechoslovakia from fascist invaders at the cost of 160 thousand. lives, and whom and from whom were Czech legionaries exempted in Russia? We don’t bother to erect new monuments in their cities and towns, the old monuments outside the cemeteries have become unacceptable - let's solve this in a civilized way, without mocking phrases about masks and spits dedicated to the holy Victory Day for us. It is possible that this is petty and vile revenge and a kind of blackmail in response to our intransigence over new monuments of the “military glory” of the Czechoslovak corps outside military graves. But in any case, this should not go unanswered. The Embassy of the Czech Republic is located in Moscow on ul. Julius Fuchek 12/14 (front side), the back - st. Yaroslav Hasek, both were named at one time in favor of the Czech brothers and Slovaks, and their decommunization was not affected. Renaming Fuchek Street to Konev (as well as removing his sculpture from the inner square) seems to be doubtful, well, if only because neither Fuchek nor Hasek did anything against Russia. But opposite the embassy from the front side across the road there is a large square, and here it can be called the square of Marshal Konev and there to erect this monument. Let him be a reproach to the former German protectorate of the Czech Republic and Moravia, which Marshal Konev freed and thereby helped restore statehood. But I don’t think their conscience will wake up. And they won’t give (or don’t sell) the monument - to recreate it in a new way (subject to copyright), for which purpose we can organize, if necessary, fundraising. We have experience with Georgia, when Mishiko Saakashvili blew up the monument in honor of the Victory, he was recreated as soon as possible in Moscow on Poklonnaya Hill and opened for the holiday by the President of the Russian Federation in the presence of Georgian veterans and the opposition. And Mishiko soon ceased to be the president of Georgia and began to run around the world in search of a better life.
  • Vasya Fix April 13 2020 05: 47 New
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    I don’t remember who suggested making the monuments collapsible, the power changed, the torso was changed and there was no need to demolish
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    Do not worry, the President of the Czech Republic, there will be business.
  • jetfors_84 April 13 2020 06: 18 New
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    Yes Zeman there zero devil wand. What to listen to? He does not solve anything there. He sits in an armchair and speaks to both ours and yours.
  • Vadim Golubkov April 13 2020 06: 26 New
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    Dmitry Steshin wrote correctly about the Czechs, saying why be surprised if this country has always been under someone, it’s a people of plasticine, adapts to any who came to them, for them all are invaders, but they will never fight for their land, like this we do. History has shown.
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      If these Czechs are so-and-so under the Americans and generally “bad people”, then why do they live better than us good, honest and decent?
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        But Serbia, Cuba, North Korea, do not sit under the Americans and do not live as good as the Czechs. But they would sit under the Americans, they would live richly like Czechs.
      2. Pissarro April 14 2020 13: 05 New
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        Well, if they live better than you, then try to get a job.
      3. Pyctam April 15 2020 09: 12 New
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        And this is not a question for them, but for us? And who said that they live better? I was always struck by this unconditional belief that there, somewhere abroad, I live easily and well, but here, at our place it is bad.