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Romania and Hungary are preparing to revise the Ukrainian borders?

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Ukraine is a multinational country. The crisis of the Ukrainian statehood has already provoked the actual separation of the predominantly Russian-speaking Crimea; Kharkov, Donetsk, Odessa prepared for the creation of their autonomies. Ukraine’s neighbors are increasingly calling for a review of state borders, with Romania and Hungary being the most active. It is possible that if Crimea becomes a part of the Russian Federation, Bucharest will make territorial claims to Ukraine, and seriously raise the issue of ownership of Northern Bukovina and Southern Bessarabia.

Journalists and writer on the Romanian invasion of Ukraine

About possible disagreements between Ukraine and Romania and Hungary were spoken during the "standing on the Maidan." Then the leader of the Communist Party of Ukraine, Petro Symonenko, said that if an association with the EU was signed, Ukraine would have to meet its European neighbors and abandon some of the territories that became part of the state as a result of the Great Patriotic War.

About the same say many Russian and European journalists. So, the influential Romanian newspaper Adevarul wonders what Romania will do if Ukraine starts a civil war? Should I intervene in the conflict in order to protect the Romanian-speaking population? Journalists are calling on Romanian politicians to decide on whether Chernivtsi and Odessa regions need Romania, and if they are needed, isn’t it time to act?

Romanian media write that the Ukrainian army is demoralized, and the personnel have not yet decided whether to submit to the new authorities of the republic. In such conditions, the entry of Romanian troops into the territory will be a matter of hours: no one expects serious resistance.

Interest in the military-political novel “Blood on the Dniester”, written by Romanian writer Christian Negre, was revived. This book saw the light of the year in 2012 and caused a stir: it describes a hypothetical conflict between Ukraine and Romania, which should occur in the year of 2014. Interestingly, the novel describes a coup d'état in Kiev, which in its plot marked the beginning of the Romanian-Ukrainian confrontation.

True, in the Christian Negre novel, the aggressor is not Romania, but Ukraine: its armed forces are attacking Chisinau through the territory of Transnistria, after which Romania decides to help Moldova and sends troops to Ukraine. Bucharest enjoys the support of NATO partners - first Eastern European and then Western. Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey together destroy Ukraine, and each demands to return the territories that once belonged to it.

Russia in the novel is fighting on the side of Ukraine and is a kind of “evil empire”. In general, “Blood on the Dniester” was criticized for excessive Russophobia and militancy.

Difficult relations

Christian Negri’s artistic fabrications are justified: there are about 150 thousand Romanians living in Ukraine. Most of them settled in Bukovina, the smaller - in Bessarabia. However, many Moldovans live in the south of the Odessa region, whom Bucharest considers to be ethnic Romanians.

To date, the Romanian embassies are actively engaged in the certification of Romanians and Moldovans. Citizenship is granted under a simplified scheme to almost everyone who wants it - the main thing is to know at least the basics of the Romanian language. On the eve of the “revolution”, the Ukrainian authorities seriously considered the Romanian problem as one of the most difficult challenges to national security.

Romania also waged "environmental wars" in the lower Danube: Romanian engineers built canals to divert water in such a way as to deliberately dehydrate the Ukrainian part of the Danube Delta. But when Ukraine began to deepen its navigable canals, Romanian environmentalists “bombed” European authorities with complaints of attempts to change the natural balance in the natural environment of the delta.

In 2009, Romania sued a part of Ukraine’s sea area near Snake Island, located a few dozen kilometers east of where the Danube flows into the Black Sea. Presumably, the coastal shelf in the area of ​​the island is rich in hydrocarbons. After this loud trial, Kiev was concerned about the security of its southern border, including beginning to be afraid that Romania would arrogate the islands of Maykan and Ermakov to the mouth of the Danube.

In Transcarpathia, everything is also not easy: this region is practically cut off from the rest of Ukraine by the Carpathian Mountains, and you can get there only by a few high-mountain roads. In winter, Transcarpathia is completely under blockade - all the ways are covered with snow. In this regard, the population of the region has little in common with those Ukrainians who live east of the Carpathians, because it developed in geographic and political isolation from the Galicians.

In addition, the Carpathian Mountains make it easy to capture the region: it is enough to install roadblocks on the mountain roads, and hardly anyone can get into Transcarpathia from the “big Ukraine”. In January, 2014 in the pages of the publicationNews Transcarpathia ”was described the likely scenario of the invasion of foreign troops into the territory of the region.

150 thousands of Hungarians live in Transcarpathia, their settlements are located in its flat part - along the Hungarian border. In the mountains live Rusyns, speaking their own language. There are Romanians in the region - but they are a minority, and they are compactly settled along the Romanian border.

In contrast to Romania, Hungary does not pursue a passport policy, however, according to the constitution adopted in 2012, it is responsible for all Hungarians living outside of it. That is, guided by the constitution, Budapest has the full right to send troops to protect the Hungarian population of Ukraine.

Romania and Hungary are not allies: three million Hungarians living in the Romanian part of the Carpathians intend to create their own state. Budapest still cannot forgive Bucharest for the loss of Transylvania, and is ready to put forward territorial claims to Romania if Ukraine begins a revision of state borders.

Non-intervention policy? ..

Despite its belligerent actions and statements, Romania is not ready for decisive deployment of troops into the territory of Ukraine. In Budapest and Bucharest, they are closely following Russian policy towards Russian-speaking residents of Ukraine: will Moscow provide them with humanitarian aid? Will they respond to requests to support the “Russian Spring”? Will the troops enter to protect the Russians from pogroms?

Romanian and Hungarian politicians, in order not to escalate the situation, will follow exactly in the footsteps of Russia, copying any of its actions. It is important for Romania and Hungary to see what the reaction will be to certain actions of Russia in order to adequately assess their military and diplomatic capabilities.

Only having studied the Russian experience, Budapest and Bucharest will move from words to actions. True, for this you need to get agreement from the United States, which has now taken the side of Ukraine - but the situation is unstable and can change at any time. Half a year ago, no one could predict that power in Kiev would be seized by the junta. Who knows what Ukraine will become in six months, and what will be the views of the United States?

Having taken a wait-and-see attitude, Romania and Hungary are still preparing for the use of their armed forces abroad. First of all, this applies to Romania, whose military personnel under the auspices of the United States took part in operations in the Middle East and gained experience in actual hostilities. Such specialists will be useful in Bukovina, where the mountainous landscape complicates the conduct of an offensive war. Everything is simpler from the south of the Odessa region: it will be able to occupy it in a day, as the steppe stretches here, and there are no seriously armed and trained military units.

Romania will also defeat Ukraine at sea, especially given the fact that the personnel of the Ukrainian Navy is demoralized, and many officers swear allegiance to the Crimean authorities. Leftovers fleet Ukraine is unlikely to cope with the Romanian warships, even if the weapons of Romania are a little outdated.

However, Romania, having occupied half of the Odessa region, will definitely face the massive resistance of the local Russian-speaking population: история showed that Romanian nationalism will be more terrible than Ukrainian. Also, do not forget that the Republic of Novorossia, if established, will begin to claim the whole Odessa region, and not its part. Therefore, the Great Romania will surely become the enemy of Russia, especially since it invades the territory of Moldova and friendly Transnistria as a bonus, trying to occupy Bender.
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  1. mojohed2012
    mojohed2012 7 March 2014 08: 06
    +28
    We can only say one thing - if everything continues this way and in Kiev there will be no strong and nationally-oriented leadership without radical and other extremes with a normal attitude towards the Russian Federation and Russians, then the scenario with the deployment of NATO troops and their minions, supposedly with the aim of opposing the deployment of troops RF is very real.
    Then Crimea and the whole East will definitely be Russian. And no Psaki or Nuland with Obama will object to us.
    There is only one question - the conclusion is that if Bulgarians, Romanians and other bordering states enter Ukraine, they will never withdraw their troops from there. and we will see the section "Ukraine", as it was earlier in the "Rzecz Pospolita".
    We will think and reason. But there is obviously only a way out in favor of Russia from this situation, only very well and a lot to think and reason, especially to our government and the president with expert patriots.
    1. mirag2
      mirag2 7 March 2014 08: 20
      +3
      Here are the results of a recent meeting (Russia-Hungary):
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        Roman Skomorokhov 7 March 2014 08: 41
        +27
        Funny ... almost like in a joke:
        - Who has not yet sent troops to Ukraine?
        - Well, we ...
        - And who are you?
        - USA ...
        - Have time.

        But the ambitions of Hungary and Romania are just the ambitions of Hungary and Romania. And do not explain their place in the world. And historically ... I think that if our troops are in Ukraine, then neither Hungarians nor Romanians will be there. Hungarians for sure. They know with 1943 that it’s better not to mess with us.
        1. inkass_98
          inkass_98 7 March 2014 11: 30
          +7
          And the Romanians snatched lyuli sour, so that they also have something to remember.
          1. PSih2097
            PSih2097 7 March 2014 17: 51
            +3
            Quote: inkass_98
            And the Romanians snatched lyuli sour, so that they also have something to remember.

            especially if you remember what they did in Ukraine during World War II ...
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        2. APASUS
          APASUS 7 March 2014 21: 41
          +2
          Quote: Banshee
          But the ambitions of Hungary and Romania are just the ambitions of Hungary and Romania. And do not explain their place in the world. And historically ... I think that if our troops are in Ukraine, then neither Hungarians nor Romanians will be there.

          So you write that there is a feeling that Hungary and Romania may have some interests on their own? If they will make territorial claims against Ukraine, then most likely the words of US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland.
          And while the owner does not give a command, they will sit like mongrel
    2. Tumbleweed
      Tumbleweed 7 March 2014 08: 52
      +9
      Damn, just like in the "dashing 90s": "This is our" cow "and we milk it" ... However, the Romanians have already chopped off O. Snake, and the appetite comes with eating. All according to the laws of the animal world, the weak are eaten and the hyenas also get a piece
      1. I read the news
        I read the news 7 March 2014 14: 34
        +5
        They chopped off only the shelf.
        The island was not chopped off, there is a border base with the Soviet "no one knows what".
    3. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 7 March 2014 10: 34
      +2
      somewhat apocalyptic but generally true, provided that Russia agrees
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    5. Vl690006
      Vl690006 7 March 2014 12: 32
      +4
      Bulgaria does not border on Ukraine (I once walked along the Danube to the South). And the main threat comes from Romania. The Ukrainian media themselves wrote (after the surrender around Zmeiny Island) well. that the Russian Black Sea Fleet is in Sevastopol. It is only necessary to deploy the GvRK "Moskva" in the bay and after the launch of its missiles there will be no fleet in Romania. It was still under Yushchenko, because he transferred all the troops to our borders.
      So GOD will help them (Ukrainians) in the fight against real "friends".
      1. Bagatur
        Bagatur 7 March 2014 17: 02
        +4
        Bulgaria does not border Ukraine

        Well, there was a man who taught geography as it should! Unfortunately, in 1878, Russia took Dobrudzha (the bastard of the Bulgarian state) and exchanged it for Bessarabia. This is where the Vlachs, who share the Orthodox Slavic world, came from! Ukraine and Russia, all the best, God forbid, the Slavs reconciled ... Bulgaria to the aid of Romania? This can't be! 1. If the Vlachs start a war, even NATO should not help them! 2. Madyar about Transylvania where 2 million of their compatriots did not forget!
        1. Sigismund
          Sigismund 7 March 2014 22: 16
          +2
          God bless you, bros!
      2. bercut
        bercut 7 March 2014 18: 30
        0
        Well are you laughing? Who will let the Romanians tear off a piece from Ukraine?
    6. rashid
      rashid 7 March 2014 18: 18
      0
      Romanians have enough of their own hemorrhages - Moldovans and Cygans. unless they mobilize their Budulaev
  2. Strashila
    Strashila 7 March 2014 08: 11
    +8
    Let’s understand only one thing ... all the actions launched in Ukraine were aimed only at ruining the state. If another task was posed, then the methods for achieving the goal would be different.
    1. poccinin
      poccinin 7 March 2014 12: 26
      +2
      the situation is getting out of control. puppeteers. plans are cracking at the seams.
  3. calocha
    calocha 7 March 2014 08: 12
    +4
    Let them try ... Romania, Hungary and Moldova will become the Republic of Transnistria! laughing
  4. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 7 March 2014 08: 21
    +8
    from the Don.
    We’ll wait and see! But what was happening in Ukraine yesterday was fantastic. And why not imagine the Gypsies!
    1. foka-alf
      foka-alf 8 March 2014 17: 56
      0
      For fantasies you have to pay and then fantasies turn into a plan of action
      We are ready to pay with money, influence, military force.
      Gypsies are not ready to pay.
      Therefore, everything will remain fantasies.
      Regards from Khabarovsk
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  5. Gray 43
    Gray 43 7 March 2014 08: 21
    +11
    In the event of a Romanian and Hungarian invasion of Ukraine, Russia will be blamed - they, in their opinion, brewed porridge in the Crimea, and they had to protect their citizens from Russian occupation - according to the logic of the current Western delirium, that’s how it was. The author forgot about Polish interests in Ukrainian territory. I hope the Germans would never think of demanding the territory lost after the 2nd World War, because a bad example is contagious
    1. KG_patriot_last
      KG_patriot_last 7 March 2014 14: 53
      +3
      The Poles just need to give Galicia, Volyn ... And then let Poland and Germany bite ...
      1. Bagatur
        Bagatur 7 March 2014 17: 05
        +7
        Lyakhi must stand peacefully! If they want to "take the rise", they will forget about "take the trap"! Stalin gave them a tsar-450 km. coast to the Baltic, Silesia, etc., 5 Hans for the Oder sent!
      2. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 7 March 2014 17: 07
        +3
        Quote: KG_patriot_last
        And then let Poland and Germany bite ...

        I think there will be no bickering. If (hypothetically) this happens, the Bundeswehr will roll out the Polish Army in a couple of weeks. This is if we compare the combat potentials of the parties. And GB intervenes, then she will get the first number. The Germans remember their debts well, but what about the payment they never rusted! Moreover, they even making love continue to shoot! wassat
        IMHO.
      3. skeptic
        skeptic 8 March 2014 01: 54
        0
        Quote: KG_patriot_last
        The Poles just need to give Galicia, Volyn ... And then let Poland and Germany bite ...


        Damn, to distribute foreign lands, how to sprinkle seeds? And not that people live there, that they have their own lives and the Nazis are not only Western Ukraine. Many flooded to Kiev "for the Sabbath". Almost at home and bucks are paid in cash, and to joke the capital - who does not have bad heads. But after bandaging with blood - this is already a turned psyche, especially "free" feeding with drugs, ideological indoctrination, does its job. Yes. I agree that it is better for the western part of Ukraine to engage in self-determination, as an independent state (under the auspices of the EU.) The guys have nothing against Yarosh, and the flag is in their hands.
    2. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 7 March 2014 16: 47
      +1
      Quote: Gray 43
      I hope the Germans would never think of demanding the territories lost after the 2-th World War, otherwise a bad example is contagious

      For this you need at least:
      - denounce mn agreements and treaties on the post-war world order (Decisions of the Yalta and Postdam conferences on Germany);
      - Germany to withdraw from NATO and demand from NATO members: Poland - to return 2 / 3 to Prussia, Lithuania - to the Curonian region, and from Russia - 1 / 3 to East Prussia, now the Kaliningrad region.
      Let me remind you that "The process of Germany's demilitarization ended with the adoption by the Allied Control Council in Germany on February 25, 1947 The Law “On the Elimination of the Prussian State”. On 1 of March 1947, the Control Council officially declared that the Prussian state “was the source of militarism and reaction in Germany,” and therefore it no longer exists.
      East Prussia was divided between the Soviet Union and Poland. The Soviet Union, together with the capital Königsberg (which was renamed Kaliningrad), included one third of East Prussia, on whose territory the Kaliningrad region was created. A small part, including part of the Curonian Spit and the city of Klaipeda (Klaipeda region), was transferred to the Lithuanian SSR. Also Lower Silesia, most of Pomerania and other territories to the east of the Oder-Neisse line went to Poland. "
      Now answer your own question: is it realistic to return the lost lands by non-military means?
  6. Altona
    Altona 7 March 2014 08: 21
    +15
    The most interesting thing is that the West recognizes the Romanian and Hungarian annexation, but our reunification with Crimea does not, and will trump us with the annexation of foreign territories and threaten international courts ... They like double standards ...
    1. Jager
      Jager 7 March 2014 13: 29
      +3
      If we still look back, God forgive Hungary and Romania, then things are really bad. But in general - yes let them scream, it’s not for nothing that we are the Empire))))
    2. omsbon
      omsbon 7 March 2014 14: 27
      0
      Quote: Altona
      The most interesting thing is that the West recognizes the Romanian and Hungarian annexation


      Why the hell do we need Hungary and Romania?
    3. bercut
      bercut 7 March 2014 18: 44
      +1
      They have not recognized for a long time any international rights. It’s just that they have no interests on the border with Romania, and here, in case of luck, you can ride the Black Sea, and so they have a big cookie, half of the whole thing does not burn out. Crimea and Russian do not need them there their influence is needed like air
  7. aktanir
    aktanir 7 March 2014 08: 24
    -3
    In fact, it’s ugly to beat a recumbent no matter how negatively we treat the Ukrainian authorities. What does the people have to do with? We do not need such talk now about the complete derban of a sovereign state. At the highest level, it must be stated that the referendum on Crimea is an exceptional individual case, not applicable to the rest of Ukraine.
    1. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 7 March 2014 10: 36
      +3
      we didn’t finish nivirsitet ...
      1. inkass_98
        inkass_98 7 March 2014 11: 32
        +1
        "We did not finish grammar school", well, yes "He actually did not finish grammar school. He graduated from the Corps of Pages" (Golden Calf (C))
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    3. makarick
      makarick 7 March 2014 15: 35
      +4
      The conversation is not about how to tear Ukraine apart, but about protecting the Russian-speaking population from nationalists! I have a sister, nephews in the White Church, so they scream at her with a knife!
      1. Gespents
        Gespents 7 March 2014 16: 22
        +3
        Oh, and our (Ukrainian) mass media are pushing us that there are no Nazis, there is no one to be afraid of Russian-speaking.
        1. PSih2097
          PSih2097 7 March 2014 18: 01
          +2
          Quote: Gespents
          Oh, and our (Ukrainian) mass media are pushing us that there are no Nazis, there is no one to be afraid of Russian-speaking.

          Who's that? in the background waving flags?
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        3. Cynic
          Cynic 7 March 2014 20: 28
          0
          Quote: Gespents
          Oh, and our (Ukrainian) mass media are giving us that there are no Nazis,

          And Bandera and Shukhevych were slandered at the Nuremberg trials on the basis of falsified mass media and documents.
    4. Sandov
      Sandov 7 March 2014 20: 12
      0
      Quote: aktanir
      In fact, it’s ugly to beat a recumbent no matter how negatively we treat the Ukrainian authorities. What does the people have to do with?

      The people are silent.
  8. Neophyte
    Neophyte 7 March 2014 08: 25
    +4
    If this happens, then the army of frostbitten Bandera will turn their eyes
    to the west of Ukraine, thereby weakening its influence on the eastern regions.
    It is possible that these actions will take the character of guerrilla warfare.
    And given that Romania and Hungary are NATO members, Kiev is afraid to introduce
    regular troops. Thus, the south and east of Ukraine gets a chance
    support of Russia.
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      Roman Skomorokhov 7 March 2014 08: 43
      +2
      Quote: Neophyte
      , south and east of Ukraine gets a chance to support Russia.


      Chance? Well, as if Russia does not refuse to help anyone.

      Quote: Neophyte
      Kiev is afraid to send regular troops.


      Is there anything to introduce? laughing
    2. Altona
      Altona 7 March 2014 08: 55
      +8
      Quote: Neophyte
      And given that Romania and Hungary are NATO members, Kiev is afraid to introduce
      regular troops.

      --------------------
      In general, Kiev has already played a passive porn game and prefers to be introduced into it, and it doesn’t matter what if only for the money ...
    3. Nagaibak
      Nagaibak 7 March 2014 09: 14
      +2
      Neophyte "And considering that Romania and Hungary are NATO members"
      It is urgent to support the Hungarians in Romania. There are 2 million of them. And no NATO can hold it.
  9. ilya_82
    ilya_82 7 March 2014 08: 47
    +6
    Quote: aktanir
    In fact, it’s ugly to beat a recumbent no matter how negatively we treat the Ukrainian authorities. What does the people have to do with? We do not need such talk now about the complete derban of a sovereign state. At the highest level, it must be stated that the referendum on Crimea is an exceptional individual case, not applicable to the rest of Ukraine.

    This is the law of the jungle, which took shape then, international law was replaced by "human rights", now not us, so us. The world is cruel, but we do not offer assimilation and genocide. Let's just get ours back.
  10. skyil
    skyil 7 March 2014 08: 49
    +2
    Romania and Hungary will wait until the last; firstly, they are between two fires; secondly, remember their actions during the Second World War. They remember their story exactly!
  11. Arh
    Arh 7 March 2014 08: 49
    +1
    Because of this fucking left sector in Ukraine, a mess! And it is not known what will happen next! Ukrainians Make Friends With Russia! ! !
  12. stayer
    stayer 7 March 2014 08: 50
    +7
    The article says that if Crimea becomes part of the Russian Federation, Bucharest will present territorial claims against Ukraine, and will seriously raise the issue of belonging to Northern Bukovina and Southern Bessarabia. Only after all, Russia does not show anything to Crimea, this is the decision of the Crimean authorities and the people of Crimea. And the referendum will just show it. But the entry of the Romanian (Hungarian, Bulgarian, German, etc.) troops will not move the people living there since the Crimeans.
  13. Ural guys
    Ural guys 7 March 2014 09: 04
    +7
    Reading all these articles in recent time, I am very surprised, but where are our special services, where are espionage operations on the territory of the enemy, where there is a violation of infrastructure, etc.
    Why hasn’t the bridge over the Rhine been blown up yet, why the Alps have not come to life and do not descend into the avalanche valley of disguised Chechens / Dagestanis, why all the nuclear facilities of Europe are still not captured, why not even a little war has been unleashed under the nose of the United States?
    It would not be bad to see how the Americans would voluntarily return to the indigenous population of America all the land they had taken from them.
    And in general, if such a whistle went with territories, I suggest revising the territory of Europe within the borders of 1903!
    1. k1995
      k1995 7 March 2014 11: 49
      +2
      Yeah + the kingdom of Poland, + the Principality of Finland
      1. PSih2097
        PSih2097 7 March 2014 18: 03
        +4
        Quote: k1995
        Yeah + the kingdom of Poland, + the Principality of Finland

        and Alaska in the form of moral compensation ...
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    2. Rider
      Rider 7 March 2014 12: 57
      +2
      Quote: Ural guys
      Why hasn’t the bridge over the Rhine been blown up yet, why the Alps have not come to life and do not descend into the avalanche valley of disguised Chechens / Dagestanis, why all the nuclear facilities of Europe are still not captured, why not even a little war has been unleashed under the nose of the United States?

      however, your appetite.

      and maybe immediately vigorous Armagedets?

      sometimes you need to limit Wishlist.
    3. Sandov
      Sandov 7 March 2014 20: 16
      0
      Quote: Ural guys
      Reading all these articles in recent time, I am very surprised, but where are our special services, where are espionage operations on the territory of the enemy, where there is a violation of infrastructure, etc.

      Are there really no more ice axes for banderlogs?
      1. serega.fedotov
        serega.fedotov 10 March 2014 18: 19
        +1
        As where? The Maidan was clearly being prepared for the elections. Now they are in a hurry, unprepared for the end of the blunders and are climbing. Any situation in Ukraine is beneficial to us. China supported us. The Turks, too. The threats of Europe are ridiculous. Vovochka was clearly preparing for quite a while. Just like with Georgia. And the most important thing is all with American money
  14. Coffee_time
    Coffee_time 7 March 2014 09: 15
    +1
    In recent years, Russia is almost always to blame.
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 7 March 2014 10: 53
      +12
      Quote: Coffee_time
      In recent years, Russia is almost always to blame.


      You are sealed centuries and not years. hi

      You are only to blame for what I want to eat ....

      I.A. Krylov.
    2. bercut
      bercut 7 March 2014 18: 47
      +1
      Russia is to blame for its grandeur, and not a penchant for European mongrels
  15. ed65b
    ed65b 7 March 2014 09: 16
    0
    And the gypsies asked Odessa residents need Romania? More likely no than yes.
  16. samoletil18
    samoletil18 7 March 2014 09: 23
    +4
    Romania, Hungary. Poland! As she starts to derban Ukraine, so both of them will climb. If Russia starts, Poland will naturally remember Lvov. Here a problem may appear for Belarus. If the world recognizes the Polish annexation of Western Ukraine, then from a historical point of view, Western Belarus is also in the position of a disputed territory. Lukshenko is not the best friend for Western "partners".
    So Poland is waiting for Russia's actions and reactions in the world. If Russia finds Crimea without any special problems, then it will go by itself. Otherwise, why did the Poles bustle with the beginning of the Maidan? Bendera Poles hate no less than Russians and Jews. So there is a very great interest
    1. sso-xnumx
      sso-xnumx 7 March 2014 11: 29
      +5
      How much can you make a mistake? AND?
      Bender [bender] (Mold. Bender [bender], Ukrainian. Bender [bender]; from Persian harbor, marina) is a city in Eastern Europe located on the Dniester River in the territory controlled by the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldavian Republic, within the state- UN member of Moldova, the main port on the Dniester River, the largest railway junction of the Transnistrian Railway. Historical city of the USSR (1986) [3], City of military glory (2012).
      And the followers of S. Bandera are called Bandera!
      1. Boa kaa
        Boa kaa 7 March 2014 12: 27
        +8
        Quote: sso-250659
        And the followers of S. Bandera are called Bandera!

        BANDERLOGS they are called unfinished!
        1. serega.fedotov
          serega.fedotov 10 March 2014 18: 23
          0
          Nobody calls them, they’re all-leash unfinished fascists
      2. bercut
        bercut 7 March 2014 18: 49
        +1
        Yes, they don’t give a damn what vowel. And everyone already knows who it is.
    2. Lissyara
      Lissyara 7 March 2014 13: 16
      +8
      No, they won’t climb on Old Man.
      Fighting the world's largest partisan detachment in the center of Europe is tantamount to suicide!
      1. von Stirlitz
        von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 02: 45
        0
        During the rail war, Belarusian partisans greased the rails with a solid and German trains slowed down near Vladivostok
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    4. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov 10 March 2014 18: 00
      0
      It depends on how bad things will be in Ukraine. And if Vovochka agrees quietly with the Romanians, then Moldova can be divided into fraternities. Odessa doesn’t shine with the beloved Romanians, but Ukraine is big. It will be true for the world mess. Which we to hand
  17. Agent 008
    Agent 008 7 March 2014 09: 27
    0
    An ominous scenario ... But the directors, as always, will be the United States.
  18. biglow
    biglow 7 March 2014 09: 44
    +2
    bloggers from Transcarpathia write that the Hungarians all entered their units there and blocked the roads at the passes leading to Galicia, so there is no news from Transcarpathia
    1. zeleznijdorojnik
      zeleznijdorojnik 7 March 2014 10: 47
      +2
      Give a link, otherwise something looks like disu.
  19. Dimkin
    Dimkin 7 March 2014 10: 01
    +1
    But does this look like a section of the Commonwealth? As then, Russia historically joins its lands.
    1. zeleznijdorojnik
      zeleznijdorojnik 7 March 2014 10: 51
      +1
      No, it doesn’t look like-the Poles themselves were not eager to leave to anyone, neither to Russia, nor to Prussia, nor to Austria.
      1. ramsi
        ramsi 7 March 2014 11: 16
        0
        and this is insignificant, all the same, the choice will have to be made ... and the alignment is clearly worse than in 1939
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      3. Dimkin
        Dimkin 7 March 2014 12: 05
        0
        The Poles, yes, but part of her was not very eager to be under the yoke of the gentry.
        And now I have an analogy with the fact that, as then, the central government was without spine. It is not visible yet a strong leader ready to rally the country around him
  20. Fantazer911
    Fantazer911 7 March 2014 10: 13
    +3
    Gentlemen, I crawled from this article from laughter under the table but! as an option there may be such, although I can describe my opinion to you, and yours is either a minus or ...
    So, Romania today is not strong and is unlikely to pull the occupation, and it doesn’t have enough, they occupied Moldovan and this is a fact, by distributing citizenship and passports then when Moldovans realized that they were heated and dragged back, they sold the whole country, the whole energy system Moldova belongs to Unio-Finos, it seems like this, electricity prices are off the charts, Water supply is also from another Company, Gas and boiler rooms are also in each apartment building, each has stoves or stoves, such a titanic and all cities, without exception, of course they can take some steps, but Russia will not give it to her, but I’m silent about the Hungarians, they will not turn up, so Moldovans are unlikely to sign up for the Romanians, they already ate their independence, the Romanians were stingy and pennies for the peasants, and now the same peasants Romanians are hunchbacked and not like during union and do not get out of the clock around the clock, and when they accepted their citizenship people didn’t know where they got, they were divorced as suckers, an example is simple, take Romanian citizenship and you and your children will not be touched in the army yu not take !? and then in the middle of the night the doors break down and people take their uniforms, where, and to the front in Afghanistan, or to another place where the UN and the mess, as many came in zinc then everything fell into place, the difference between the Moldovan language and Romanian is only an emphasis on the syllable and purity of pronunciation.
    An example of pronunciation is approximately the following.
    Russian, Moldavian, Romanian.
    what time is it or what time is it.
    ten to ten.
    Kyte Uare ....... Kyte Uare.
    fere dzeche zeche .... fere dzeche zeche.
    meat, sausage, milk, bread.
    karne .... karne, kirnats ... kernaz
    lapte .... lapte ..... pyne .... pyne. only pronunciations not as it is written in Russian letters.
    in short, the Romanians are afraid to stick in, but maybe they bent Moldovan and cool, so I know one Romanian we ourselves will bend and not weakly.
    Romania is a people or a bunch of fine garbage, they are poor and a fit of special weight.
  21. Ilja 22
    Ilja 22 7 March 2014 10: 31
    0
    no, well, they’ll cut these horns! They’ll take them apart! But not everything is so easy, just like that, no one will surrender voluntarily! Something bad is coming ...
  22. sarmisegetuza
    sarmisegetuza 7 March 2014 10: 46
    0
    which Romanian army: T 55 and a parody of AK ...
    1. von Stirlitz
      von Stirlitz 11 March 2014 02: 50
      0
      Be quiet do not frighten the canoe of the Latvian Navy
  23. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 7 March 2014 10: 59
    +4
    The Armed Forces of Hungary-19 000 people
    32 T-72, in warehouses another 123;

    500 BMP-1 (stacked);
    600 BTR-80 / BTR-80А;

    250 BRDM-2;
    53 MCI (40 MaxxPro, 13 Cougar H) - are used by the Hungarian contingent in Afghanistan;
    40-100 armored Hummers;
    30 152-mm BG D-20;
    65 BM-21 Grad (stored);
    50 82-mm mortar;
    196 60-mm mortars
    4 batteries "Cube M1" - 16 units of PU,
    185 MANPADS "Mistral"
    Air Force - 14 Saab JAS 39 Gripen (12-JAS 39C, 2-JAS 39D).

    Stored 28 MiG-29 (22 MiG-29, 6 MiG-29UB).
    12 Mi-24. 20 helicopters were delivered from the USSR in 1978-1980, another 10 in 1982, and 12 in 1984. 6 helicopters received from Germany in the 1995 year.

    5 An-26.
    7 UBS L-39ZO Albatros. 20 L-39 received in 1993 year from Germany.
    9 TCB Yak-52. 12 received in 1994 year, 1 crashed in 2003 year.
    7 Mi-17.

    10 Mi-8.
    The forces are certainly small, but quite sufficient for military operations in Transcarpathia.
    1. Roman 1977
      Roman 1977 7 March 2014 11: 45
      +2
      Romania, the size of the Armed Forces - 73 350 people
      Ground troops
      Tanks: 1098
      303 TR-85 (249 TR-85 and 54 TR-85M1 "Bison") - in-depth Romanian modernization of the T-55;

      226 TR-580- Romanian modernization of the T-55 with 6-roller chassis;
      569 T-55 / T-55AM2 (probably the majority in warehouses)
      30 T-72М is also stored (though of them 5 are working)
      122 BMP: 23 MLI-84-Romanian version of BMP-1, 99 MLI-84M- modernized MLI-84, with installed 25-mm cannon "Bushmaster" and Israeli ATGM "Spike"

      1390 BTR:
      75 MLVM- Romanian version of the BMP-1, armed with KPVT and PKT, designed for mountain rifle units,
      69 TAB B33 Zimbru- Romanian version of the BTR-80,

      169 TAB-77-Romanian version of the BTR-70,
      699 TAB-71- Romanian version of the BTR-60PB, probably the majority in warehouses;
      391 TABC-79-Romanian version of the BRDM-2, on an expanded basis,

      24 Swiss Mowag Piranha IIIC- armed with parts of the Special Forces.
      122 American Humvee;
      62 URO VAMTAC- Spanish car similar to the American Humvee
      3 Israeli LBM Wolf- in the military police.
      An unknown number of American MRAPs: Cougar, Oshkosh M-ATV, International MaxxPro (60) - in the Romanian contingent in Afghanistan.
      Artillery:
      320 152-mm BG M-1981- Romanian version of D-20;
      114 152 mm BPG M85 - Romanian version 2A65 "Msta-B";
      210 122 mm BG M-30, probably stacked;
      unknown number of 76-mm mountain howitzers M-82-licensed version of the Yugoslav M48.
      In warehouses:
      6 2С1 "Carnation,
      43 Md. 89 - Romanian version of "Carnation" - 2S1 turret mounted on the MLI-84 BMP chassis,
      148 114 mm M-1993 mountain howitzers, Romanian designed and manufactured.
      75 130-mm guns M-75-Romanian version of the M-46;
      14 152-mm ML-20 of the 1937 sample of the year.
      Mortars:
      317 120-mm M-1982;
      398 82-mm M-1977;

      some 60-mm M-1988
      MLRS:
      54 LAROM - Israeli-modernized Romanian version of the Grad -APR-40

      134 APR 40-Romanian version of BM-21 "Grad"
      1. Roman 1977
        Roman 1977 7 March 2014 12: 17
        +4
        Anti-tank weapons:
        208 100-mm anti-tank guns M 1977, similar to our MT-12 "Rapier"
        90 9P133 "Baby" on the chassis of the BRDM-2;

        48 9P148 "Competition" on the BRDM-2 chassis;
        9K111 Bassoon "- unknown quantity, staged in the 80s
        Also available are the AG-9-Romanian version of the SPT-9M and the AG-7-Romanian version of the RPG-7
        Stocked 589 Su-100.
        Anti-aircraft weapons:
        A certain amount of MR-4-Romanian version of ZPU-4;
        300 30-mm anti-aircraft guns M1980 / 88-Romanian development mi production, perhaps some in warehouses;
        72 35-mm Swiss memory Oerlikon GDF-003;
        36 German ZSU "Gepard"
        8 batteries (40 PU) 2K12 "Cube";
        24 SAM 9K33 "Wasp";
        40 SAM CA-95 - Romanian version of 9K31 "Strela-1M" on the chassis of the BTR TABC-79;
        208 CA-94-Romanian version of the Strela 2M MANPADS
        Air Force and Air Defense:
        49 MiG-21 Lancer- MiG-21, modernized by the Israelis.

        The delivery of 12 F-16s is planned, although it is planned for 2016-2017, but it can be accelerated if the Romanians suddenly decide to recreate "Greater Romania";
        21 UBS of own development IAR-99 Soim, which can be used as attack aircraft (11 are also modernized by Israelis),

        23 anti-tank helicopter based on the French SA 330 Puma, manufactured in Romania under license.

        2 reconnaissance aircraft An-30
        6 light transport aircraft C-27J Spartan

        3 American C-130H Hercules

        4 EN-26;
        6 light helicopters IAR 316 Alouette III - French SA-316 Alouette III, manufactured in Romania under license;
        35 transport helicopters IAR 330 Puma.
        Air Defense (organizationally part of the Air Force):
        6 batteries C-75M3 "Volkhov";
        8 batteries (224 PU) MIM-23 Hawk;
        250 57-mm memory C-60
        1. Roman 1977
          Roman 1977 7 March 2014 12: 52
          +4
          Romanian Navy
          -the only submarine of the project 877 "Delfinul", delivered back to the USSR in 1986, has been in sludge since 1996, but if we consider that the Poles have diesel-electric submarines of the project 877 Ozel, they can find spare parts for it;
          -the flagship of the fleet, the destroyer Marasesti, built during the reign of Ceausescu, was commissioned to the fleet in 1992. Water displacement - 5790 tons. Armament: 2x2 76-mm AU AK-726, 4 AK-630, 2 RBU-6000, 2 533-mm TA, from the missile armament it has only 8 P-20 anti-ship missiles, no air defense system; 1 helicopter IAR 330 Puma.

          2 British Broadswords, donated within NATO. Armament: 1 76-mm AU "Oto-Melara" and a patrol helicopter IAR 330 Puma, do not have any anti-aircraft missile systems or anti-ship missiles, in fact they are large patrol ships of the ocean zone;

          4 corvettes "Tetal" (2 Tetal-I, 2 Tetal-II) from the time of Ceausescu. Displacement: 1600 tons. Armament: 2x2 76 mm AU, 2 × 14,5 mm ZPU, 2 30 mm AK-230 AU, 4 533 mm TA, 2 RBU 2500 (Tetal-I); 1 76 mm gun AK-176, 4 30 mm AK-630, 4 mm TA, 533 RBU-2 (Tetal-II); have neither anti-ship missiles nor air defense systems. Tetal-II corvettes are equipped with a helipad.

          Tetal-I Corvette

          Tetal-II Corvette
          3 RCA of the 1241 project, the main armament of the 4 anti-ship missile R-20;

          3 torpedo boats of the Epitrop type, based on our 205 project;

          5 minesweepers.
          Danube flotilla 3 monitor;

          5 artillery ships;
          12 patrol boats.
          The Navy’s 307 Marine Corps Battalion is part of the Navy
          1. Sandov
            Sandov 7 March 2014 20: 19
            0
            Novel.
            These are Romanians - there are enough forces to chop off lands from Ukraine.
            1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
              Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 7 March 2014 21: 04
              +1
              Ukraine may have, but not Russia, since we will not allow this and sneeze on us in such a situation on NATO!
        2. bercut
          bercut 7 March 2014 18: 54
          0
          Judging by the photo, it looks more like NATO))))
    2. foka-alf
      foka-alf 8 March 2014 18: 06
      0
      When I was in school, our troops were withdrawing from Hungary.
      The kid told me about the Hungarians, say that they do not have discipline in principle.
      I wonder what they have now with a military spirit?
      Regards from Khabarovsk
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  24. Dimkin
    Dimkin 7 March 2014 11: 01
    +4
    Quote: sarmisegetuza
    which Romanian army: T 55 and a parody of AK ...


    You probably forgot that Romania is a member of NATO. And don’t need hatreds.
  25. Alibekulu
    Alibekulu 7 March 2014 11: 02
    -15%
    "Romania and Hungary are preparing to revise Ukrainian borders?" belay

    The funny thing in this article is that Russia, in fact, redraws the Ukrainian borders .. repeat
    1. TS3sta3
      TS3sta3 7 March 2014 11: 13
      +4
      Russia, in fact, redraws Ukrainian borders.

      what other fact?
      1. Alibekulu
        Alibekulu 7 March 2014 11: 40
        -9
        Quote: TS3sta3
        what other fact?
        Oops fellow And in Crimea, Hungarians with Romanians and Ahtomati walk around tea ... repeat
        1. TS3sta3
          TS3sta3 7 March 2014 12: 27
          +4
          No, not Hungarians and Romanians. and what does it have to do with it
          Russia, in fact, redraws Ukrainian borders.
          ?
          you probably know something that nobody knows? so tell me: who is walking around and what are your facts. smile
        2. abrakadabre
          abrakadabre 7 March 2014 12: 53
          +2
          Oops A in the Crimea, Hungarians with Romanians and Ahtomati walk tea ...
          No ... Just polite people in camouflage and weapons ...
          repeat
    2. Rider
      Rider 7 March 2014 13: 18
      +2
      Quote: Alibekulu
      The funniest thing in this article is that Russia, in fact, redraws Ukrainian borders.


      and it is PERFECT!

      good
    3. serge
      serge 8 March 2014 10: 37
      0
      Russia can redraw Ukraine as it wants, since Ukraine is illegal, through the Bialowieza Accords, territory torn away from the USSR (= Russian Empire = Russia).
      But actually now the right is on the side of large battalions.
  26. Good cat
    Good cat 7 March 2014 11: 05
    +3
    Once again we are convinced that as soon as something serious is brewed, they all wanted to sneeze at UN, PASE, OBSe and other nonsense. Immediately begin to manifest their national interests
  27. Platov
    Platov 7 March 2014 11: 06
    +2
    Putin is waiting for you to lead troops to the outskirts. To be an occasion to cover the outskirts of the landing. And the new government will have to work with an eye on Russia.
  28. parusnik
    parusnik 7 March 2014 11: 27
    +1
    If Bucharest makes territorial claims against Ukraine, and seriously raises the issue of the affiliation of Northern Bukovina and Southern Bessarabia ... where and to whom maydanutsy will run to complain ... By the way, Father Zmeiny Ukraine lost in an international court .. Romania
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 7 March 2014 20: 36
      0
      Quote: parusnik
      where and to whom maydanuty will run to complain ...

      What are the claims?
      What are you talking about ?
      Everything will be civilized, because _
      Quote: parusnik
      Father Zmeiny Ukraine lost in the international court .. Romania

      Do you think it will be different?
  29. Horn
    Horn 7 March 2014 11: 58
    +3
    Quote: aktanir
    In fact, it’s ugly to beat a recumbent no matter how negatively we treat the Ukrainian authorities. What does the people have to do with? We do not need such talk now about the complete derban of a sovereign state. At the highest level, it must be stated that the referendum on Crimea is an exceptional individual case, not applicable to the rest of Ukraine.

    - The people "at that." You can choose in silence. If he did not vote, sympathetically or indifferently kept silent - it means "FOR".
  30. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 7 March 2014 12: 17
    +2
    In any case, it is necessary to strengthen the growth. troops in Transnistria and rearm the Transnistrian armed forces. There, Ukrainians can be naughty, and in general it is an excellent springboard for covering Odessa, and pressure on the west-center of Ukraine.
  31. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 7 March 2014 13: 07
    0
    If Rumunia or Hungary attacks Ukraine, the Russians and Ukrainians will unite, and will wet them!
    1. zeleznijdorojnik
      zeleznijdorojnik 7 March 2014 14: 21
      0
      How is it? Humanly, it seems to be true, but where did you see an effective and strong human politician? Rather, Ukraine will receive on the nose from the Hungarians and Romanians, and then the Russian Federation in order to protect the Russian population will send troops, the Romanians and Hungarians will naturally supplant diplomatically, making some small concessions to them, temporarily naturally. And damn it, that’s right.
    2. bercut
      bercut 7 March 2014 18: 58
      0
      What did Wang say about this?
  32. agbykov
    agbykov 7 March 2014 13: 36
    0
    It is necessary for Russia as Hungary to declare the protection of compatriots regardless of their place of residence.
  33. Follow us
    Follow us 7 March 2014 14: 25
    +3
    Everyone has accumulated claims against everyone, everyone is eager to resolve them with a quick victorious war. The exact same situation was before the two first world wars. Probably soon blaze :(
    1. bercut
      bercut 7 March 2014 18: 57
      +1
      Your observations are very logical, although there will be no large-scale wars, well, or it will be the last
      1. serega.fedotov
        serega.fedotov 10 March 2014 18: 36
        0
        It is possible to agree with interested parties to whom, because from the same city of Lviv we will have only one crap. Not forgetting Aloysych AGREEMENTS ARE PERFORMED UNTIL ACTUAL Although this is disgusting
    2. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov 10 March 2014 18: 31
      0
      We accurately buy matches and salt. Apocalypse will remember Ukraine
  34. biricchina
    biricchina 7 March 2014 14: 38
    0
    Romanians and gypsies are a very dangerous infection like a plague for the whole of Europe ,,,, Hungarians are very good smart and kind people
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 7 March 2014 18: 13
      +5
      Quote: biricchina
      Romanians and gypsies are a very dangerous infection like a plague for the whole of Europe ,,,, Hungarians are very good smart and kind people

      "There are no bad and good people, there are bad and good people."
      "There are good and bad people in every nation"
  35. Barrel
    Barrel 7 March 2014 15: 59
    -3
    Japan, China, Mongolia getting ready to revise Russian borders?
    Loud heading, no links to sources, the main argument - not well, but what would it be and not? Typical Russian media.
    1. bercut
      bercut 7 March 2014 19: 00
      0
      Well, Japan can climb into a splinter, but China and Mongolia are unlikely
  36. Leshka
    Leshka 7 March 2014 16: 19
    0
    wait and see
  37. MOPKOBKA2000
    MOPKOBKA2000 7 March 2014 16: 33
    -1
    Are you completely crazy? What kind of war? led by GDP.
  38. dFG
    dFG 7 March 2014 16: 34
    0
    this was to happen not without reason that the Romanians were actively issuing passports in the western regions of Ukraine ..... and if the authorities did nothing to strengthen their integrity for 20 years, Ukraine has little time left and the most interesting thing is that they themselves came to this by striving to sit on two chairs
  39. kodxnumx
    kodxnumx 7 March 2014 16: 44
    0
    damn it dawned on, these people thought they’re strength, their armies can only perform transport functions; there’s a shit :-) I’ve got a shorter meal, I’ll fight self-deception in Russia too, I’d like to see how all this starvation breaks down and cry out to the usa for help, only they don’t know who to call for help, a bunch of jesters! how this circus is tired, everyone thinks hell knows who and as a matter of fact, this is a bunch of lesbians, and thighs, here’s a good ending, admit guys that you send yourself shocked! so sit exactly on your not very high-quality pope, and pray to your god in Veschenkton that you would not be hooked!. My name is Zhenya, I am Russian and my Ukrainian surname, only I and my children are Russian and I taught history in five in the USSR. How can we seriously say that Kievan Rus from where our statehood came from, and these lands do not inhabit Russian ukrin is the outskirts of Russia and not a nation, bring in every village a green nation, for example, D. Zhopkino will make them an ass nation! what now Share from the outskirts of Russia! pancake!
  40. sawmill
    sawmill 7 March 2014 17: 01
    +4
    Always, all its history, the integrity and consistency of Ukraine was ensured by the power of Russian weapons. Ukraine is in the world by the fact that Russia is in the world.
    But for some reason, over and over again every Mazepa with Yaytsenyuk forget about it, thereby putting their country on the verge of a historical catastrophe.
    How can you be such an idiot?
    And now Ukraine is on the verge of collapse. Already the best option seems to be the preservation of Ukraine without Crimea.
    And what will happen in a month?
    So neither of which is not impossible in the fact that the west of Ukraine can be torn by Poles, Hungarians and Romanians.
    And no one except Russia can protect Ukraine from this disaster.

    This muda ..... am, who imagines themselves to be the government of Ukraine, need to work day and night to consolidate all the inhabitants of Ukraine from the east to the Carpathians, and they pray for a portrait of Bandera.

    Yaytsenyuki is your country, but you are destroying it.
    Another month, another such booze in Kiev, such attacks on Donbass and Ukraine yours will crawl into pieces and whoever picks them up in the West will definitely not build plants for you, preserve your culture and teach your children.

    But how will you drive Bandera into a stall?
  41. AVIATOR36662
    AVIATOR36662 7 March 2014 17: 11
    0
    Quote: sawmill
    Always, all its history, the integrity and consistency of Ukraine was ensured by the power of Russian weapons. Ukraine is in the world by the fact that Russia is in the world.
    But for some reason, over and over again every Mazepa with Yaytsenyuk forget about it, thereby putting their country on the verge of a historical catastrophe.
    How can you be such an idiot?
    And now Ukraine is on the verge of collapse. Already the best option seems to be the preservation of Ukraine without Crimea.
    And what will happen in a month?
    So neither of which is not impossible in the fact that the west of Ukraine can be torn by Poles, Hungarians and Romanians.
    And no one except Russia can protect Ukraine from this disaster.

    This muda ..... am, who imagines themselves to be the government of Ukraine, need to work day and night to consolidate all the inhabitants of Ukraine from the east to the Carpathians, and they pray for a portrait of Bandera.

    Yaytsenyuki is your country, but you are destroying it.
    Another month, another such booze in Kiev, such attacks on Donbass and Ukraine yours will crawl into pieces and whoever picks them up in the West will definitely not build plants for you, preserve your culture and teach your children.

    But how will you drive Bandera into a stall?

    To spread Ukraine and brought these close-minded people to power in Kiev. But, as they say, there is no silver lining. The result with the Crimea is good. It is not yet evening.
    1. sawmill
      sawmill 7 March 2014 17: 21
      +1
      Crimea is the restoration of the territorial integrity of Russia.
      They can forget about the Crimea.
  42. does it
    does it 7 March 2014 18: 37
    0
    That's all being done! Capture section, if my big homeland defiles Ukraine it will be a big foreshack.
  43. Cristall
    Cristall 7 March 2014 20: 56
    +2
    I don’t know how the Romanians will lead the policy in Odessa, so that they will be loyally treated ... Here is the option only as in 1941 or not at all ... well, they don’t like them. However, they are not liked everywhere in Europe
  44. lestad
    lestad 7 March 2014 21: 44
    0
    Hungary and Romania are 100% dependent on gas supplies from Russia. So there is leverage over them
  45. VECHESLAVIAN
    VECHESLAVIAN 7 March 2014 23: 34
    0
    [quote = Altona] The most interesting thing is that the West recognizes the Romanian and Hungarian annexation, but our reunification with Crimea does not, and will trump us with the annexation of foreign territories and threaten international courts ... They like double standards ... [/ Love or not, but if things go on like this, then Ukraine risks returning to its borders before the Petrine era or even disappearing from the political map of the world. FACT. The scumbags who staged a coup didn’t seem to think about it, they still arrive in the Russophobic-frenzied state of 1992, when the Union collapsed and think that they are kings of this situation, but sooner or later, the shroud from the eyes and the foam will come off and considering the personal degradation of center-right banderlog activists - it will be too late when the country turns into ruins and ceases to exist de jure.
  46. Oleg77
    Oleg77 8 March 2014 00: 19
    -1
    Quote: Rider
    Quote: Alibekulu
    The funniest thing in this article is that Russia, in fact, redraws Ukrainian borders.


    and it is PERFECT!

    good
    When Russia rejects North Kazakhstan, then you will say PERFECTLY !!!! laughing
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 10 March 2014 18: 14
      0
      Quote: Oleg77
      When Russia will reject Northern Kazakhstan

      Hmm, it was ambiguous enough. wink
  47. Sergey7311
    Sergey7311 8 March 2014 05: 51
    0
    Sadly, it seems that after Russia, all its other neighbors can present territorial claims to Ukraine. And this process will not be stopped. Such are the realities of turmoil in any state: neighbors who swore eternal friendship and love are just waiting for the opportunity to snatch a bigger and fatter piece. One thing is clear: UKRAINE THAT WE KNEW THE LAST TWENTY-TWO YEARS WILL NOT ALREADY BE. Sad, sad, but true!
  48. Siberian19
    Siberian19 8 March 2014 12: 51
    0
    personally my opinion will not dare!
    1. foka-alf
      foka-alf 8 March 2014 18: 17
      0
      Personally, my opinion would be dared to be looked for somehow, but at first they will agree oddly enough with the GDP.
      Recognize not strength but determination.
      The UN, USA, EU only moan something not intelligible, and the Russian Federation acts smartly and decisively.
      Regards from Khabarovsk
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  49. klavyr
    klavyr 8 March 2014 21: 48
    0
    Watching all this bitter cataclysm, it is thought that the United States is thus solving its financial problems. at a time when the Slavs will fight for their historical ambitions, some will supply the distraught massacre with decommissioned weapons, etc. cleverly invented
  50. razved
    razved 8 March 2014 22: 56
    0
    And what, perhaps the brave guys (I almost said from the Army Group "Center") from the right sector will not be able to give a worthy rebuff to the Romanians and Hungarians. And at the same time, they would have got hold of a piece of land. Or do they not want to fight with NATO?