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Kharkov protest

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Kharkov protestAfter the statements of the Ukrainian leadership that Ukraine will take the path of association with the EU and entering into a free trade zone with this interstate association, geopolitics in the region has changed significantly. The choice of Viktor Yanukovych was completely unexpected for those millions of Ukrainians who at one time voted for him in the presidential election.
October 31 in Kharkov, opponents of Ukrainian European integration held a mass rally. People came out under the bright slogan "We do not need a gay rop." Speakers at the rally said that the Ukrainian leadership is leading countries along the path of resolving their own industry and to final dependence on foreign manufacturers. All speakers delivered their speeches, standing on the flag of the European Union, emphasizing their attitude to the entry of Ukraine into it.
The European integration vector of Ukraine began to show itself even more actively than it was during Viktor Yushchenko. If, then, Yushchenko only declared his desire to lead Ukraine closer to the EU and NATO, the current president is already leading the country in this direction.
If Ukraine enters the FTA with European countries, Russia, according to statements by Russian leaders, will be forced to put up economic protective barriers so that goods from Europe do not rush through Ukraine to the large Russian market on preferential terms. Including about it there was a conversation during carrying out the Kharkov meeting. The people who spoke on it noted that Ukraine was going to be used only as a market and transit point for European products that could not be implemented within the EU itself. In this case, Ukraine may face serious problems of a production nature, because the European Union will require official Kiev to switch to EU technical standards, which for Ukraine would be tantamount to losing chances to send their products to the European market within a few years, because switching to EU technical regulations is not a matter of momentary. Moreover, such a transition is expensive, which seems to be absolutely detrimental for Ukraine, which already now has to apply for loans to pay interest on past borrowings.
Along with the transition to EU technical regulations, Ukraine may finally lose all the benefits for trade with Russia. Today, trade between our countries is about 15 billion dollars a year, but it is rapidly declining.
Detailed information on the consequences of Ukraine’s accession to the FTA with the European Union can be found at mirpolitiki.net.
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  1. StolzSS
    StolzSS 5 November 2013 19: 11 New
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    We need to organize these people and give them the opportunity to bring our supporters to power in Kiev. It's time to put things in order there as in Belarus, well, ideally, of course))) smile
  2. Anthony
    Anthony 5 November 2013 20: 31 New
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    I like the word "MASSIVE" in the article and a photo in which 50 people are standing in a secluded courtyard of the city of Kharkov in which, by the way, I live. Powerfully !!! nothing to say. So, I learn about this "MASS" meeting by reading the article here.
    1. alone
      alone 5 November 2013 20: 48 New
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      Well, Anton, what can I say, I remembered the dialogue between Bender and the janitor.

      Are there brides in the city?
      -Well, for whom the mare’s bride!
      -mdyaya .. we have no more questions

      if what’s in the photo is called MASSES, then there’s nothing more to say
    2. Misantrop
      Misantrop 5 November 2013 21: 35 New
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      Quote: Anthony
      I like the word "MASSIVE" in the article and a photo in which 50 people are standing in a secluded courtyard
      Interestingly, the source (link in the article) has completely different photos. True, there are not many people there. Another thing is surprising - that at least something has leaked to the media on this topic. About the rally in Simferopol (significantly more numerous) ANYWHERE there was no sound
    3. Garrin
      Garrin 5 November 2013 22: 25 New
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      Quote: Anthony
      Powerful !!!

      And what? Are gay parades more popular in Kharkov? (Kharkovites, do not be offended. This is a question for this particular user)
  3. Arkan
    Arkan 5 November 2013 21: 28 New
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    Bravo, Kharkovites! Rivers begin with streams.
  4. svp67
    svp67 5 November 2013 21: 35 New
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    On October 31, in Kharkov, opponents of Ukrainian European integration held a mass rally

    Ordinary people understand that the "campaign to Europe" will be "paid for, at their expense ..." and if this "campaign" succeeds, then Kharkov will almost "die", at least its industrial enterprises ...
  5. Anthony
    Anthony 5 November 2013 22: 47 New
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    Quote: Garrin
    Quote: Anthony
    Powerful !!!

    And what? Are gay parades more popular in Kharkov? (Kharkovites, do not be offended. This is a question for this particular user)

    and what does the gay parades have to do with this topic? Or are you very interested in this movement? Well then, you are not at the right place.
    1. Garrin
      Garrin 6 November 2013 00: 35 New
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      Quote: Anthony
      and what does the gay parades have to do with this topic?

      To this topic, maybe not with it. Once again, I repeat - well done Kharkov! And here, to the Ukrainian geyropeyskom choice (and yours, apparently including), just right.
      1. Anthony
        Anthony 6 November 2013 20: 08 New
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        Quote: Garrin
        geyropeyskom choice


        You are apparently a major specialist in European and Ukrainian issues. What we want is what we choose. Not for you to decide.
  6. Cristall
    Cristall 7 November 2013 03: 53 New
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    Yes, many are against, but even the speeches do not change anything .. People are desperate. Where do they look for that gap, rays of hope.
    In general, people have no time to advocate for or against - people work. Once.