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"For Transnistria, the time has not come yet to act on the example of the Crimea"

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"For Transnistria, the time has not come yet to act on the example of the Crimea"



Transdniestria can not join Russia on the example of the Crimea - at least in the short term. The unrecognized republic does not have a common border with the Russian Federation and an internationally recognized status within Moldova. In addition, following Transnistria, Gagauzia can “pull”, and Russia does not want a sharp aggravation of the international situation, expert Vladimir Bruter believes.

Following the Crimea, the public of Transnistria asks Russia to consider the possibility of including the unrecognized republic in its membership. The resolution was adopted following a roundtable with the participation of local deputies, as well as representatives of public and youth organizations. The corresponding appeal to the Russian State Duma was sent by the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Transnistria, Mikhail Burla.

A similar Crimean referendum was held in Transnistria in 2006 year. Then 97 percent of the population of the republic spoke in favor of independence from Moldova and joining Russia.

Vladimir Bruter, an expert at the International Institute for Humanitarian and Political Studies, told the Voice of Russia what are the chances of joining Russia in Transdniestria.

- It was obvious that the republics that had previously tried in one way or another to become part of the Russian Federation after the success of the Crimean stories may try it again. What are the chances of Transnistria?

- I think that Transnistria has chances, like everyone. But it is not a question of today. There are at least three reasons why this will not happen quickly. The first is the lack of a common border. Transnistria is separated from Russia by the territory of Ukraine, which now constitutes a big problem.

The second problem is that, unlike Crimea, Transdniestria does not have internationally recognized status within Moldova - this is autonomy without agreement with Chisinau. The situation is complicated by the fact that this status must be given so that the decision is legitimate. The third causal one - there is also Gagauzia, which also, obviously, wants to participate in some way. Considering that a referendum was recently held there, it is not possible to leave the situation in Gagauzia without attention, which means that the overall picture will become even more complicated.

- But Moldova is now also on the threshold of joining the European Union, or at least on the threshold of signing an association document with the European Union. The more Chisinau wants in Europe, the more problems he will have. One unstable region is Transnistria, the second is Gagauzia. Isn't it easier for Chisinau to get rid of these two regions and join, albeit in a reduced form, the European Union?

- For Chisinau, this situation does not seem very important primarily because Chisinau is used to, that it does not take a decision on these issues. And if the European structures decide that this is possible, then yes, Chisinau will agree. If they do not decide, they will not agree. Chisinau itself will not make any decisions on this matter. Prime Minister Iurie Leanca in such matters primarily consults in Brussels.

- Let's return to the fact that Transnistria has no common border with Russia. Imagine for a moment that the south-east of Ukraine continues to actively protest against Kiev and is increasingly beginning to turn to Russia. Maybe even receives the consent of the Russian Federation to join. If, for example, the Odessa region suddenly becomes a part of Russia, will the gates open for Transnistria?

- Of course. But it seems to me that this is not a question of the near future, besides, it is very complex. It seems to me that Russia believes that this can destabilize the situation very much. The first option would be an attempt to agree within Ukraine, naturally, without the Crimea. Crimea will not take part in this, but the rest of Ukraine, of course, should try to agree on a status that does not violate the rights of the regions. If this happens, the situation will calm down and the tension will subside. If what happens today continues, anything is possible.

- In your opinion, how best to behave Tiraspol in this situation? Which position to adhere to - to continue to insist on its own independence or to try to negotiate with Chisinau? What is needed in order to further achieve the transition to Russia, of which Transnistria has long dreamed?

- In Tiraspol, the situation is quite stable, predictable and manageable. It aims to ensure that the Left Bank region is part of the Russian Federation. The question is that this was not possible not because of the fact that Transdniestria did not want it, but because Russia did not want to change the recognized order that is connected with the observance of the existing borders. Now it is obvious that this order has largely ceased to operate and Russia is ready to consider such proposals. But for Transnistria, the time has not come yet.
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  1. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed 19 March 2014 17: 50
    +36
    It's better not to rush here ... Everything is according to the classics: "Slowly go down the mountain and huddle the whole herd" hi
    However, Russia now has a free hand with the introduction of sanctions: "You give us sanctions, the strengthening of the NATO contingent in the Baltic States, and we are joining Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria." Suffer (not much), so at least get down to business wassat
    It seems that some shifts have gone, here is infa from the "enemy" resource:
    19.03.14 15:40
    Cabinet and NSDC approved a plan for the evacuation of Ukrainian citizens from Crimea
    The Government of Ukraine approved a plan of measures for the evacuation of Ukrainian citizens from Crimea and their deployment in the territory of mainland Ukraine.
    .


    and it seems to the military that they are being used as hostages:

    Military personnel of the 1st Theodosian Separate Marine Battalion of the Ukrainian Navy appealed to the authorities in Kiev and the command of the armed forces for specific directives regarding actions in Crimea, said Major Rostislav Lomtev, deputy commander for educational work of the marine corps brigade.


    “We need a specific algorithm of actions, directives on how to act in connection with the events that took place in Crimea in recent days,” said Lomtev, whose words are quoted by “Ukrainian Truth”.
    1. cerko
      cerko 19 March 2014 17: 52
      +2
      when Moldova becomes part of Romania, then the cards are in hand
      1. The comment was deleted.
      2. Stalker
        Stalker 19 March 2014 18: 47
        +23
        Alina Kabaeva indignantly tells her friend:
        “Listen, what kind of people are men? Nothing can be trusted. I asked Vovka for cream on March 8, not the Crimea! Now I'm afraid to even stammer about an Alaskan jacket.

        laughing
      3. stillrat
        stillrat 19 March 2014 19: 19
        +5
        When Moldova becomes part of Romania, it will be too late to drink Borjomi
      4. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 20 March 2014 04: 21
        +1
        It is dangerous for Russia to grow enclaves there is a certain (by whom?) Limit of economic and military influence, enclaves are very dangerous from the point of view of drawing us into the war more precisely into its open phase with the use of the Armed Forces
    2. vorobey
      vorobey 19 March 2014 17: 54
      +11
      Quote: tumbleweed
      spud the whole herd


      shovel
      1. delfinN
        delfinN 19 March 2014 18: 25
        +17
        You spade some pepper every single day with your shovel. By God, if he had brains, he would have died from a concussion, like a woodpecker.
        1. vorobey
          vorobey 19 March 2014 18: 32
          +7
          Quote: delfinN
          By golly, if he had brains


          Why are you talking about an exceptional president. Everyone heard it, not I said.

          I have nothing to do with it (V.F.Yanukovych)
        2. vadson
          vadson 19 March 2014 18: 57
          +8
          Quote: delfinN
          You spade some pepper every single day with your shovel. By God, if he had brains, he would have died from a concussion, like a woodpecker.

          at first I didn’t understand your statement, then I looked at the avatar of Vorbya, neighing to tears. for both of you. keep it up!
        3. The comment was deleted.
        4. Stalker
          Stalker 19 March 2014 19: 18
          +17
          - Hey, Latvia? Do you have Russians? And if I find ?! laughing
        5. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 20 March 2014 04: 27
          0
          I agree with you. You see, it’s alarming how easy it all turned out for us if we operate with formal logic and assume that our enemies are exactly the enemies of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany (they will soon explode with revanchism, like we are tired of a great nation), and this is not ridiculous sanctions at all question, reassurance by our growth in the global economy. a system of bullshit ... too easy, that's what is dangerous.
    3. vorobey
      vorobey 19 March 2014 17: 56
      +12
      Quote: tumbleweed
      Suffer (not much), so at least for the cause


      I also always say it’s better to move the tiger once from top to bottom than pull it three times from the mustache.
      1. Salamander
        Salamander 19 March 2014 18: 13
        +33
        Quote: vorobey

        I also always say it’s better to move the tiger once from top to bottom than pull it three times from the mustache.


        And pull the tail? laughing A trifle, but nice:
        1. vorobey
          vorobey 19 March 2014 18: 29
          +6
          Quote: Salamander
          And pull the tail?


          Nikolay, is this your first life on the Site? The handwriting is very similar and Py Sy was rolled away.
          I respect wits hi
          1. Salamander
            Salamander 19 March 2014 18: 48
            +4
            Quote: vorobey
            Nikolay, is this your first life on the Site? The handwriting is very similar and Py Sy was rolled away.


            I mean, "first life"? I only have one, so far enough bully
            1. vorobey
              vorobey 19 March 2014 19: 00
              +5
              Quote: Salamander
              "first life"?


              That’s all.
              1. Tumbleweed
                Tumbleweed 19 March 2014 19: 13
                +7
                Quote: vorobey
                That’s all.


                Rather like that, a little more than it was, but I don’t want to cut wassat :
            2. delfinN
              delfinN 19 March 2014 19: 38
              +2
              It's just not the first time that vorobey is "reset"
        2. v53993
          v53993 19 March 2014 19: 38
          +3
          And pull the tail?

          Obama, in his stupidity, is engaged in this.
    4. pilot_66
      pilot_66 19 March 2014 18: 37
      +53
      Yes, everyone will unite soon, Ukraine will help)))
    5. Lawless
      Lawless 19 March 2014 18: 40
      +9
      I agree ... We have to wait. They forgot about Iraq; forgot about Libya; forgot about South Ossetia and Abkhazia (although I had to roll misha from Tbilisi in a cage across Russia for our peacekeepers); I remember little about Syria, but there’s still war! The main thing is, We remember the atrocities of the Bandera people!
    6. melan
      melan 19 March 2014 18: 42
      +28
      Regarding South Ossetia and Abkhazia, there is no need to rush here. Have you noticed that in the news reports of the central channels almost no mention is made of Georgia? Networking is now slowly going on, harsh rhetoric on both sides has disappeared. A case was opened on Saakashvili. The vector of politics is changing. I will not be surprised if in 3-5 years the question arises of Georgia joining the customs union, and Abkhazia and South Ossetia having gained wide autonomy through the mediation of Russia will again become part of Georgia.
      My sister has a Georgian husband. We argue a lot about this. But we agree that Georgia will not go anywhere from Russia. Putin will eventually squeeze the Americans, cancel visas, and we will go there as before, during the Soviet era.
      1. alex-s
        alex-s 19 March 2014 19: 40
        +7
        I will not be surprised if in 3-5 years the question arises of Georgia joining the customs union, and Abkhazia and South Ossetia having gained wide autonomy through the mediation of Russia will again become part of Georgia

        That's right! Georgians are also Orthodox, we need to be friends, because there are few of us!
      2. officer29
        officer29 19 March 2014 19: 45
        +3
        Quote: melan
        cancel visas and we will drive

        Georgia has long canceled visas for Russians unilaterally! Ours responded with Borjomi and produced the famous Lagidze Waters under license! Soon "Khvanchkara" and excellent brandy "Dvin" will be on all counters in Russia (if not spoiled by new standards, like Armenian ones) good drinks hi
        1. gfs84
          gfs84 19 March 2014 19: 49
          +2
          Soon on all counters of Russia "Khvanchkara"


          Already, yes it’s Georgian, no, they haven’t ruined it)))
      3. danperevera
        danperevera 19 March 2014 19: 50
        +5
        There is no trust in Georgians! as they say, from a dead donkey their ears, and not Abkhazia and South Ossetia
        1. Black
          Black 19 March 2014 20: 36
          +7
          Quote: danperevera
          There is no trust in Georgians! as they say, from a dead donkey their ears, and not Abkhazia and South Ossetia

          here is the same discussion, to give or not ....
          Have you asked Ossetians? Do the Abkhaz agree?
          These peoples with memory are all right !!!!
      4. 225chay
        225chay 20 March 2014 05: 45
        +1
        Quote: melan
        My sister has a Georgian husband. We argue a lot about this. But we agree that Georgia will not go anywhere from Russia. Putin will eventually squeeze the Americans, cancel visas, and we will go there as before, during the Soviet era.

        Quote: alex-s
        That's right! Georgians are also Orthodox, we need to be friends, because there are few of us!

        Quote: officer29
        Georgia has long canceled visas for Russians unilaterally! Ours responded with Borjomi and produced the famous Lagidze Waters under license! Soon "Khvanchkara" and excellent brandy "Dvin" will be on all counters in Russia (if not spoiled by new standards, like Armenian ones)


        Here I am of the same opinion, I have many friends and acquaintances of Georgians, there have never been disgusts from ихih there were normal Georgian people with a few exceptions (there are a lot of cunning among Tbilisi people)

        Quote: danperevera
        There is no trust in Georgians!


        What is the people?
        It is the simple people of Georgians - a very good, hospitable and not evil people ...
        And politicians who are in the leaders, such as sha ka shvili, it’s not the people of Georgia, it’s a diagnosis, a clinic
    7. Hippopotamus
      Hippopotamus 19 March 2014 19: 12
      +8
      Why not solve the problem radically, and not drag the whole of Moldova as a whole? ...
      1. officer29
        officer29 19 March 2014 19: 49
        +4
        Quote: Hippo
        the whole of Moldova

        We would digest Crimea, and then East and South, Little Russia and New Russia! All at once Russia will not pull, Too much must be invested in newly acquired areas. And about the impoverished Moldova and say nothing ... request
        1. Al_lexx
          Al_lexx 19 March 2014 20: 59
          +1
          URGENTLY! IMPORTANT!
          Polite Hungarians or where in Ukraine the next referendum on self-determination will take place.
          http://yagmort43.livejournal.com/16257.html

          It seems that Transcarpathia will depart Hungary.
    8. dmitrij.blyuz
      dmitrij.blyuz 19 March 2014 22: 01
      +1
      There will be an Enclave. By the principle of Lesotho in South Africa. Only more intelligently!
      1. Al_lexx
        Al_lexx 19 March 2014 22: 28
        +2
        Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
        There will be an Enclave. By the principle of Lesotho in South Africa. Only more intelligently!

        Let's see. I hope that no matter who is polite there, they will first of all ask the people where they want to. If they want to Magyars - let them go. We do not need time bombs. Lviv was enough.
  2. avt
    avt 19 March 2014 17: 53
    +22
    Quote: tumbleweed
    It's better not to rush here ... Everything is according to the classics: "Slowly go down the mountain and huddle the whole herd"

    Yes, while we have not figured out the Odessa region and Nikolaev, there will be a false start.
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 19 March 2014 18: 11
      +29
      So it's more convenient from Transnistria! Flanking, so to speak! In general, Putin treats all "Europeans" like this:
  3. vorobey
    vorobey 19 March 2014 17: 53
    +18
    nothing. I repeat, I wrote already. The Russian world began gradually, like droplets of mercury (this is from Bismarck), to assemble into a single whole, albeit slowly but irreversibly.
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 19 March 2014 18: 18
      +35
      Afraid, Afraid of Europeans:
      1. erased
        erased 19 March 2014 18: 35
        +1
        What kind of cartoon is this?
        1. TiGRoO
          TiGRoO 19 March 2014 18: 48
          +18
          The Simpsons.
          The text there is something like this:
          - The Soviet Union will consider your proposal.
          - Soviet Union? But we thought you broke up!
          - And we joked .. HAHAHA (evil laugh).
        2. Rostovchanin
          Rostovchanin 19 March 2014 18: 48
          +1
          What kind of cartoon is this?
          judging by the faces. The Simpsons
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    1. vorobey
      vorobey 19 March 2014 17: 59
      +14
      Quote: Nikoha.2010
      But Zimbabwe does not want to go to Russia, or who else?


      I do not know, but Putin has already heard from Europe our president, we would have such a leader as Putin. generally Leader.
    2. Sma11
      Sma11 19 March 2014 17: 59
      +13
      But Zimbabwe does not want to go to Russia, or who else?


      Finns hint, however ...
      http://www.pravda.ru/world/europe/european/21-03-2013/1149287-finn-0/?mode=print
  5. Gxash
    Gxash 19 March 2014 17: 56
    +14
    In any case, it is necessary to act progressively, and not to be scattered on all "fronts" ... First one must bring one thing to its logical conclusion, and then take on another.
    There’s a proverb: you’ll chase two birds with one stone - you won’t catch a single one ...
  6. hz123
    hz123 19 March 2014 17: 57
    +13
    National Geographic magazine decided to consider Crimea a part of Russia from the moment the Russian State Duma ratifies the agreement on the accession of the peninsula to the Russian Federation. Other American cartographers and geographers did not follow such a strategy and decided to adhere to the official line of the US State Department, according to US News & World Report.
    1. avt
      avt 19 March 2014 18: 02
      +6
      Quote: hz123
      National Geographic magazine decided to consider Crimea a part of Russia from the moment the Russian State Duma ratifies the agreement on the accession of the peninsula to the Russian Federation.

      Yes, already heard it good and quite seriously. For the amersky man in the street this is a very weighty office, and not only for the man in the street. Solid, old "Roof" for specific actions in peacetime without attracting attention.
    2. Oleg Sobol
      Oleg Sobol 19 March 2014 18: 31
      +9
      The guys with the National, just correctly explained: We show the World as it is, and not as it is want to see.
      Those who do not use maps use "situational globes" for each of their "democratic dreams". So, in their world there is no Crimea, in ours there is. In this configuration of the moment, the question arises:
      -Do you see the gopher?
      -not
      -And I do not see. But he is.
      bully
      1. Rostovchanin
        Rostovchanin 19 March 2014 18: 50
        +1
        The guys with the National, just correctly explained: We show the World as it is, and not as we want to see it.
        Those who do not use maps use "situational globes" for each of their "democratic dreams". So, in their world there is no Crimea, in ours there is. In this configuration of the moment, the question arises:
        -Do you see the gopher?
        -not
        -And I do not see. But he is.
        bully

        well this one like the northern territories of hokkaido wink
    3. Revolver
      Revolver 19 March 2014 20: 09
      +10
      Quote: hz123
      National Geographic magazine decided to consider Crimea a part of Russia
      This is one of the few American magazines for those who have brains in their heads, and not a mixture of popcorn with political correctness.
      1. Dym71
        Dym71 19 March 2014 21: 02
        +3
        Quote: Nagan
        Quote: hz123
        National Geographic magazine decided to consider Crimea a part of Russia
        This is one of the few American magazines for those who have brains in their heads, and not a mixture of popcorn with political correctness.


        Nagan - You’ll excuse me for a not entirely relevant question - in our big village, they say that all the children of the magazine’s employees are like Senkevich repeat horror me like curiosity tore apart or not, maybe you know what? - the magazine is actually sensible!
        1. Reks
          Reks 20 March 2014 01: 10
          +3
          Quote: Dym71
          the children of the magazine workers look like Senkevich
          laughing Just some kind of holiday on the site today! It's been a long time since "I can't laugh, I'm lying under the table!" So I just didn't catch up, Why are the children in National Geographic on Senkevich? wassat laughing
          1. Dym71
            Dym71 20 March 2014 01: 27
            +4
            Quote: Reks
            Quote: Dym71
            the children of the magazine workers look like Senkevich
            laughing Just some kind of holiday on the site today! It's been a long time since "I can't laugh, I'm lying under the table!" So I just didn't catch up, Why are the children in National Geographic on Senkevich? wassat laughing


            Most interesting, the man is prominent!
            1. 225chay
              225chay 20 March 2014 05: 52
              +1
              Quote: Dym71
              Most interesting, the man is prominent!


              Yeah ... Big-headed (in the sense of Bashkasty)
    4. Rost_a
      Rost_a 19 March 2014 22: 34
      +1
      I wonder when Crimea will be redrawn to new borders on Yandex-maps?
  7. Ruff
    Ruff 19 March 2014 17: 58
    +7
    Everything has its own time, but if they had accepted it now, Obama would probably have turned white or got out of it.
    1. Dimkin
      Dimkin 19 March 2014 18: 11
      +5
      Rather blackened with anger laughing
      1. AleksPol
        AleksPol 19 March 2014 18: 22
        +7
        Amendment blacks turn gray. And I agree
        1. alex-s
          alex-s 19 March 2014 19: 46
          +5
          And Obama is gray! laughing
          1. max702
            max702 19 March 2014 21: 16
            +4
            Good to mock! He turned gray for a month already ..
      2. Yura
        Yura 19 March 2014 21: 55
        +2
        Quote: Dimkin
        Rather blackened with anger

        Much more than that, although there is such an expression "blacker than black". I wrote it and now I think, where did I get it and is there? winked
  8. Yuri Sev Caucasus
    Yuri Sev Caucasus 19 March 2014 17: 59
    +7
    It is time to grow in territories, especially since this is our land. Kaliningrad also has no border, but it is ours. But you should not look back at the geyropa with its current foreign policy.
    1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
      Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 19 March 2014 18: 36
      +2
      There is maritime communication with Kaliningrad, and in Transnistria - only through present-day Ukraine by land or by air.
      1. Yuri Sev Caucasus
        Yuri Sev Caucasus 19 March 2014 18: 54
        +5
        Thank you, I know I am friends with geography. The other thing is that they with arms in hand achieved actual independence from Moldova. Our peacekeeping contingent is stationed there. It's just banal to unite us.
      2. Revolver
        Revolver 19 March 2014 20: 11
        +5
        Quote: Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        There is maritime communication with Kaliningrad, and in Transnistria - only through present Ukraine by land or by air.

        So Ukraine, as it turned out, is not a constant value.
      3. SOKOL777
        SOKOL777 19 March 2014 23: 01
        +1
        Quote: Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        in Transnistria - only through present-day Ukraine by land or by air.


        We'll have to remember Peter the Great ...
        "Let's cut a window to Transnistria !!!"
  9. svetlomor
    svetlomor 19 March 2014 17: 59
    +5
    Time will tell if Moldova withdraws from Romania, as its prime minister stated, then everything is real, even without a common border, by then people will probably be smarter in Kiev.
    1. hz123
      hz123 19 March 2014 18: 02
      +16
      for current keyword is sit
      1. stroporez
        stroporez 19 March 2014 19: 04
        +4
        Quote: hz123
        for current keyword is sit
        - Could, until the morning, plus good
    2. vorobey
      vorobey 19 March 2014 18: 03
      +9
      Quote: svetlomor
      in Kiev, probably smarter people will sit.


      your words to God in the ears. Ukraine has been waiting for twenty years.
  10. fregina1
    fregina1 19 March 2014 18: 02
    +7
    I’ll probably start watching National Geographic shows, they’re filming a very beautiful nature !!! I recommend to everyone!!! laughing
  11. skifd
    skifd 19 March 2014 18: 02
    +21
    What Transnistria is ...

    Quote: Ruff
    Everything has its time


    The right sector does not reflect what it is doing at all:

    "Polite Hungarians or where Ukraine will host the next referendum on self-determination

    Original taken from yagmort43 in Polite Hungarians or where the next self-determination referendum will be held in Ukraine
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    Immediately after the events on the Maidan, "Right Sector" proceeded to resolve the "Hungarian question." A group of Bandera attacked Hungarian students who arrived on a trip to Transcarpathia from the Hungarian city of Miskolc. Then the armed extremists arrived at a meeting of the Hungarian public council in the city of Beregovo, Transcarpathian region, beat the participants, and then dispersed it. One can add to the “feats” of nationalists the desecration of the monument on the Veretsky Pass, which was commemorated by the passage of the Hungarian army through the Carpathians. They painted “Death to the Hungarians” and “This is Ukraine” on it.

    Hungarian Foreign Ministry condemned the violence against the Hungarians of Transcarpathia. The Hungarian authorities realized that Ukrainian extremists did not see national minorities in Ukraine. Magyars are not assimilated in a foreign environment, their language is a nation-forming factor and the main sign of identification. Therefore, it is natural that Ukrainization will take place by forcibly squeezing Hungarians into Hungary.

    Meanwhile, in the "Hungarian" cities of Transcarpathia, Beregszáz, Mukachevo, and Uzhgorod (Ungvár) with whole buses very polite people who look like tourists, but with excellent army dressing, arrive. A prominent Hungarian poet Karoy Bala, who lives in Uzhgorod, wrote an article entitled “The Ham Country”, containing a protest against the “brutal occupation, which was forbidden to speak aloud to Hungarians, Slovaks and Rusyns for a quarter century.” He stated that he “did not intend to submit to the villains” threatening his family with reprisals, and refused to sign the appeal of the “sick and vicious rabble” against the “Russian aggression” existing only in their inflamed consciousness. After that, masked men tried to break into the poet’s house, but some polite people who looked like tourists, “quite by accident” walking nearby, harshly prevented them from doing this.

    The Nazis declared the Subcarpathian Hungarians enemies of Ukraine and decided to defeat the offices of the Democratic Party of Hungarians of Ukraine (ДПВУ). But the bus with the punishers, who was going to smash the DPVU office in Beregovo, did not reach the city and returned back. The path was blocked by unknown, but again “very polite” young strong guys who spoke Hungarian.

    Apparently, one Crimea is not enough for the putschists and they want to get a second in Transcarpathia. "

    http://abzenin-22.livejournal.com/53379.html

    We are waiting for confirmation.
    1. hz123
      hz123 19 March 2014 18: 08
      +5
      there is such a cartoon where the orange is divided. wolf trip is a barn obamovich
      1. Tatarus
        Tatarus 19 March 2014 19: 48
        +2
        We shared an orange ...
        A lot of our fallen ... laughing
    2. svetlomor
      svetlomor 19 March 2014 18: 08
      +6
      At this rate, by the end of the year only the Kiev region will remain.
      1. cumastra1
        cumastra1 19 March 2014 18: 38
        +11
        Only the square will remain for them, and on it they will be hung up on the gallows.
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      3. stroporez
        stroporez 19 March 2014 19: 06
        +3
        Quote: svetlomor
        At this rate, by the end of the year only the Kiev region will remain.
        -If it remains ........
    3. upasika1918
      upasika1918 19 March 2014 18: 36
      +2
      Very interesting. Please continue to spread the info for those who are not sitting in livejournal /
      1. Quantum
        Quantum 19 March 2014 18: 58
        +12
        In Simferopol, people were seen with the flags of Venice,
        Catalonia, Sicily and Scotland! We dream to see the flags
        Texas, California and Alaska?
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    4. gfs84
      gfs84 19 March 2014 19: 32
      +18
      skifd
      The right sector does not reflect what it is doing at all:

      "Polite Hungarians or where Ukraine will host the next referendum on self-determination


      My uncles served there (both were in Czechoslovakia) ...

      One even met his future wife there (my aunt and part-time Lyolka-Mama godmother) ...

      I was baptized in Mukachevo (it was impossible here, Mom worked at school, there would be problems) ...

      The godfather is buried there ...

      Better let the Hungarians get than the brown bastards!

      Ready for the cons)))
    5. alex-s
      alex-s 19 March 2014 19: 51
      +5
      Apparently, one Crimea is not enough for the putschists and they want to get a second in Transcarpathia. "

      Apparently Ukraine will soon be called only the Lviv region! And that is not the fact that the whole!
    6. Des10
      Des10 19 March 2014 21: 19
      +1
      Well, they can say a word for their own, otherwise they will assimilate).
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  12. AleksPol
    AleksPol 19 March 2014 18: 03
    +8
    Quote: Nikoha.2010
    But Zimbabwe does not want to go to Russia, or who else? Our Russian Crimea, and with Transnistria?


    And what will Abama get bananas from? wink
  13. Aleksandr68
    Aleksandr68 19 March 2014 18: 06
    +2
    In 2006 lost time, and now, according to tradition, we need to wait for the next Olympiad
  14. mamont5
    mamont5 19 March 2014 18: 08
    +9
    Transnistria will have chances when a common border appears. So first southeast of Ukraine and, most importantly, Odessa. Then the time will come for Transnistria.
  15. Aleksandr68
    Aleksandr68 19 March 2014 18: 08
    0
    In 2006 lost time, and now, according to tradition, we need to wait for the next Olympiad
    1. dmikras
      dmikras 19 March 2014 22: 17
      0
      maybe in 2008?
      1. Aleksandr68
        Aleksandr68 20 March 2014 17: 26
        +1
        in 2018 (in 2008 Ossetia was recaptured)
  16. konvalval
    konvalval 19 March 2014 18: 09
    +8
    Well, the process has begun. I would like in one fell swoop, but it will not be right. The client must mature. The main thing in Russia should be the president-statesman of the highest standard.
    1. SOKOL777
      SOKOL777 19 March 2014 23: 17
      0
      Quote: konvalval
      Well, the process has begun. I would like in one fell swoop, but it will not be right. The client must mature. The main thing in Russia should be the president-statesman of the highest standard.


      One wise man (sorry, I just won’t remember who) said:
      THERE IS NOTHING EVER THAN RUSSIAN RIOT!
      It seems that in the person of our President, well done and a patriot, the Russian riot begins ...
      Within a reasonable framework, of course. And he knows how to act reasonably.
  17. serega.fedotov
    serega.fedotov 19 March 2014 18: 10
    +5
    As long as Transnistria isn’t taken, geography is against, and it’s a stern aunt, not just Yusovtsy. Well, nobody knows what to end with in Ukraine. Besides, it’s possible GDP.
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 19 March 2014 21: 17
      +3
      Quote: serega.fedotov
      As long as Transnistria is not taken - geography is against ... - no one knows except maybe the GDP.

      In the pancake, V. Putin, a cunning fox, tried to predict his moves in a logical sense, well, very painstakingly cautious, it is impossible to keep track of him with miscarriages. Even if it turned out sometimes to get into the stream, then the time of action was a large spread.
      But in this situation it seems to me that right now he lurks and waits every minute, but he waits for mistakes from the enemy and so that he can immediately attack without delay, so as not to be late and not to miss the situation. Why? Yes, I am alarmed by such a reactive paperwork process in the Crimea, it took literally 6 days to complete the paperwork (on Friday the Council of Federations signs everything), such a speed for the first time. Well, in principle, why would he rush to papers in the Crimea like that, practically this is the details ...
      Something is wrong here ... somehow everything is under tension, that a branch is about to crack somewhere ..., in NATU He will not let Ukraine in any way, and in May the elections in Ukraine are in a hurry.
      Okay, we’re waiting until Monday to think?! Yes, by the way, Shoigu has disappeared from view, because you can’t meet, you can’t hear any trips.
  18. andrei332809
    andrei332809 19 March 2014 18: 11
    +7
    and Russia does not want an extreme aggravation of the international situation,

    but is there something to aggravate? and so yes-haste is needed when catching fleas and a preemptive nuclear strike
  19. CAPTAIN
    CAPTAIN 19 March 2014 18: 12
    +1
    I would accept. There are also Russian passports.
    1. Lawless
      Lawless 19 March 2014 18: 31
      +1
      Soviet ((((
      1. serega.fedotov
        serega.fedotov 19 March 2014 19: 21
        +5
        One hell OUR !!!!
  20. tanit
    tanit 19 March 2014 18: 17
    +16
    Experts consider, consider, consider ... Experts are sure that Crimea will not be attached any time. Experts know that there will be no referendum in Crimea ... Experts say that Putin will not dare not when ... Oh, these experts. laughing
    1. VeteranS
      VeteranS 19 March 2014 18: 56
      +10
      There is a good proverb for this - “Man proposes, but God disposes!” The Lord heard the aspirations of the common people and it is no coincidence that the celebration of the Russian Victory in Crimea providentially coincided with the feast of the veneration of the holy Russian Orthodox Church, Saint Luke Voino-Yasenetsky, the Archbishop of Crimea, whose holy relics rest in Simferopol! God save Russia and Holy Russia!
      1. SOKOL777
        SOKOL777 19 March 2014 23: 23
        0
        Totally agree!
  21. kelevra
    kelevra 19 March 2014 18: 18
    +2
    That's right, you can’t overload the world balance too much. Moreover, because of the accession of Crimea, we need to level the economy, yet the territory is not small.
  22. zcity
    zcity 19 March 2014 18: 19
    +12
    And what do you think Moldova does not want to Russia.
    Putin is the most popular politician there.
    Yes there is a part of Natsik. and just traitors, but the people of Moldova didn’t ask when the USSR collapsed.
    A bunch of gays sold the country.
    Yes, and the warrior in Transnistria is a consequence of the collapse and + replenishment of the Romanians and the USA.
    GDP is time to collect stones.
    1. alex-s
      alex-s 19 March 2014 19: 54
      +3
      And what do you think Moldova does not want to Russia.

      And what, also an option! At the same time, Moldova will have fewer problems with Transnistria!
  23. AleksPol
    AleksPol 19 March 2014 18: 20
    +4
    Ossetia and Abkhazia are most likely in turn. There are common borders. Most have Russian passports. Yes, and Georgia is torn to NATO.
  24. Chifka
    Chifka 19 March 2014 18: 22
    +16
    Guys, do not drive events! Joining other regions is a long business !!!! A bunch of all sorts of problems. Sooner than in a week, and in the worst case scenario - as many as eight or nine !!! we do not deal with this issue. In short, it will probably take as long as six months to expand the borders of Russia to Paris! The State Duma is also not iron, a bunch of all sorts of other issues)))
    1. alex-s
      alex-s 19 March 2014 19: 55
      +2
      The State Duma is also not iron, a bunch of all sorts of other issues)))

      And that is true! They have another vacation soon! laughing
      1. SOKOL777
        SOKOL777 19 March 2014 23: 26
        +1
        Just on vacation in Kiev and will gather ...
        Zyuganov will arrange subbotnik on the Maidan ... good
        Zhirinovsky will go to finish the Nazis ... angry
        Enough for Obama ... crying
        In Geyrop, chronic diarrhea will happen ... yes
        A full compress will be. drinks
  25. Andrew 58
    Andrew 58 19 March 2014 18: 27
    +4
    Quote: vorobey
    Quote: tumbleweed
    Suffer (not much), so at least for the cause


    I also always say it’s better to move the tiger once from top to bottom than pull it three times from the mustache.

    +100500
  26. Bober
    Bober 19 March 2014 18: 28
    +15
    You need to eat according to the appetite and size of the womb. Excessive food intake does not contribute to good absorption. It is necessary to strengthen the country inside, so that the locomotive for collecting its lands does not go sideways to us, because we have limbs, but they lack the muscles that control them. While a locksmith walks and searches for ways to identify children in a kindergarten and greases someone else, he spends not only his own time, but also state time, instead of turning out 100 parts that by the evening will find application. These are simple things that are such a trifle, a wasteful thing in the country. When the simplest mechanisms work at 5 inside, we can talk about the next steps from the outside.
  27. delfinN
    delfinN 19 March 2014 18: 30
    +35
    First Mishiko must be sent there
    1. paul1992
      paul1992 19 March 2014 18: 39
      +7
      what for sprats to us? it’s better to hang out in Ukraine, maybe something else will fall off ...
    2. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre 20 March 2014 10: 49
      +1
      Quote: delfinN
      First Mishiko must be sent there

      What is it around to walk? Immediately in the US it
  28. 020205
    020205 19 March 2014 18: 33
    +4
    Quote: zcity
    And what do you think Moldova does not want to Russia.
    Putin is the most popular politician there.
    Yes there is a part of Natsik. and just traitors, but the people of Moldova didn’t ask when the USSR collapsed.
    A bunch of gays sold the country.
    Yes, and the warrior in Transnistria is a consequence of the collapse and + replenishment of the Romanians and the USA.
    GDP time to collect stones

    Eco how to disperse. Let's first gain a foothold in the Crimea. Everything will be men !!!
  29. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 19 March 2014 18: 37
    +4
    Quote: Ruff
    Everything has its own time, but if they had accepted it now, Obama would probably have turned white or got out of it.


    Let's rush in a hurry, everything has its time. We collapsed the USSR in ten minutes, didn’t break it, but it will take decades to put everything together. The first step has been taken to return to the old Russia, you need to have the courage and patience and be prepared for everything the parties will be bombarded with intimidation and insults, but the people of Russia will not get used to it, we haven’t seen such a thing. The main step has been taken and we need not to stop, otherwise they will crush us.
  30. AleksPol
    AleksPol 19 March 2014 18: 40
    +1
    Maybe the question is not the topic. Who remembers after 08.08.08. Abkhazia and Ossetia asked to go to Russia?
    1. hz123
      hz123 19 March 2014 18: 42
      +3
      Ossetia wanted
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt 19 March 2014 18: 52
      +6
      We will join South Ossetia - we will get NATO in Georgia. According to the NATO charter, its member cannot be a state with internal territorial conflicts. Something like this.
  31. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
    Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 19 March 2014 18: 44
    +3
    First, legally complete the annexation of Crimea, remove foreign military units from there, strengthen the security forces with specialists. Then we finally decide whether we intend to join the southeast to Russia or reduce everything to federalization of Ukraine. And only then Transnistria, Abkhazia and Ossetia.
  32. AleksPol
    AleksPol 19 March 2014 18: 45
    +1
    Quote: hz123
    Ossetia wanted

    Probably then there was no time.
    1. SOKOL777
      SOKOL777 19 March 2014 23: 58
      0
      Quote: AleksPol
      Probably then there was no time.


      And now is not the time ... In this case, this question is not fundamental ...
      Abkhazia and South Ossetia are with us. Our troops, etc.
      Most of the population has Russian citizenship.
      If they join Russia, Georgia will rush into NATO.
      No way-I-II!
      There it’s a delicate matter, it is necessary to squeeze the Americans out of Georgia, to eliminate their influence in the Caucasus.
      The process may be lengthy, but it goes ...
  33. kirqiz ssr
    kirqiz ssr 19 March 2014 18: 47
    +2
    I want Kyrgyzstan to become part of Russia too soldier
  34. siberalt
    siberalt 19 March 2014 18: 49
    +3
    The question of common borders is not fundamental. We already have an enclave in the form of the Kaliningrad region. You cannot attach what is not a de jure state. The Transnistrian Republic, as such, is not recognized by anyone, including Russia. But everything is fixable. The Russian people live there.
  35. pilot_66
    pilot_66 19 March 2014 18: 50
    +4
    Damn this is some kind of circus
    Uganda evacuates its citizens from Ukraine ... "because it is dangerous there"
    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/africa/2014-03/19/c_133196263.htm
    1. hz123
      hz123 19 March 2014 18: 55
      +2
      decided to promote? although Natsik afram not breathe evenly
  36. Ivan 63
    Ivan 63 19 March 2014 19: 02
    0
    So far, do not go impudently, but "stake out", although this is the wrong term for our lands without EBN. In the meantime, if there is a need, to strengthen the power component and the work of propaganda.
  37. pilot_66
    pilot_66 19 March 2014 19: 03
    +9
    Taruta dug a moat near Donetsk
    1. delfinN
      delfinN 19 March 2014 20: 33
      0
      Behind the Zmiev Shafts of Tires?
  38. Gagarin
    Gagarin 19 March 2014 19: 04
    +6
    Yes, here you will not jump the order:

    1. Odessa SSR
    2. The Moldavian SSR
    3. Romanian SSR .....
  39. Tamparu
    Tamparu 19 March 2014 19: 05
    +3
    Quote: Lawless

    Soviet ((((


    You are mistaken, there Russian passports are with the majority of the population of Transnistria. There are no internal passports of the Russian Federation because they live abroad of the Russian Federation. But the passports are real, I saw it myself .. :))))))))
  40. individual
    individual 19 March 2014 19: 14
    +4
    The question is:
    - Will Ukraine and Moldova be able to stop the process of self-destruction?
    In the meantime, as we see:
    - The authorities are leading their peoples to collapse, and Ukraine has also given leverage over outright bandits under Nazi-Bendery slogans.
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  42. Everest2014
    Everest2014 19 March 2014 19: 16
    +1
    Now they are offended there that they caressed the Crimea, but did not remember about them. http://m-kalashnikov.livejournal.com/1758017.html
  43. kmike
    kmike 19 March 2014 19: 19
    +1
    Be patient friends! Everything has its own time. The most important thing has already begun.
  44. kare
    kare 19 March 2014 19: 23
    +2
    In addition, after Transnistria, Gagauzia may also "reach out", but Russia does not want an extreme aggravation of the international situation, expert Vladimir Bruter believes.

    I wonder what it is - "extreme aggravation"? recourse
  45. sazhka4
    sazhka4 19 March 2014 19: 23
    +5
    Russia occupies 1/6 of the land. By definition, no one can like it except us .. I’m proud and happy (not quite a bit) However, on the drum
    1. Tumbleweed
      Tumbleweed 19 March 2014 19: 29
      +1
      Quote: sazhka4
      Russia occupies 1/6 of the land

      Cool!!! I have all the ideas about geography turned upside down. It was believed that the USSR occupied 1/6 of SUSHI, although this was a little wrong
      The Earth’s land is 148 km²
      The area of ​​Russia, taking into account inland waters (which are not included in the calculation of the Earth’s total land), is 17 098 246 km², and the land of Russia itself is 16 995 850 km²
      Total: 16 995 850/148 939 063 = 11.41% = 1 / 8.76th of the land

      Russia occupies about one ninth of the Earth’s land.

      The USSR also did not make up 1/6 of the land.
      With an area of ​​22 km² and land 400 km²
      The USSR was 20 / 272 = 000% =1 / 7.35th part of land.


      And the rest is all true! I'm not nitpicking, but just want to remind you "the devil is in the details" hi
      1. I read the news
        I read the news 19 March 2014 19: 34
        +1
        You forgot to calculate the area of ​​Mongolia. I'm not nitpicking, but just want to remind you "the devil is in the details"
        1. Tumbleweed
          Tumbleweed 19 March 2014 19: 38
          0
          Quote: I readNews
          You forgot to calculate the area of ​​Mongolia

          Did you decide to finally bear the brain for me? wassat
          What does Mongolia have to do with it, however, after the globe of Ukraine it’s difficult to surprise me with anything laughing
      2. sazhka4
        sazhka4 19 March 2014 19: 58
        +1
        And our host, Who and what "thinks"
      3. Suhov
        Suhov 19 March 2014 20: 14
        +2
        Quote: tumbleweed
        And the rest is right! I AM don't carp, but just want to remind you "the devil is in the details"

        And it seems to me to find fault ... smile
        Add Alaska and the numbers will go. hi
      4. Gregazov
        Gregazov 19 March 2014 21: 50
        +3
        1/6 occupied Russia until October 1917, when Finland and Poland entered it, and it ended with Port Arthur, and not Vladik.
  46. Signaller
    Signaller 19 March 2014 19: 27
    -15%
    If you look at Pridnestrovie-This is Tiraspol- Nezavertylovka village is 40 km long and the town of Dniester with a state district power station. Well, a bunch of little villages. We -Russia need it ????? Better agree with Moldova. cheaper and calm. Rough. Because of the village, then all the cheese is boron.
    1. gfs84
      gfs84 19 March 2014 19: 47
      +6
      Russia needs it ?????

      Put you a minus!
      I don’t know where you live, but you do not have a question whether Russia needs your locality ...
      And there are Russian people, and even if now Chisinau does not pose a threat to them, then soon (although unlikely), they can be threatened by the whole EU with their "Amsterdam" values ​​...
      The Russians do not abandon their own, even if there is only "one soldier" there!
      1. sazhka4
        sazhka4 19 March 2014 20: 08
        +2
        It’s necessary .. I’d like to talk to you. I’m a simple Russian from Uzbekistan ..
        1. gfs84
          gfs84 19 March 2014 20: 15
          0
          Yes, Alexey (sorry if I made a mistake) I’m always glad to talk)
  47. sazhka4
    sazhka4 19 March 2014 19: 49
    +1
    And so on and so forth. The process has gone .. now you are trying to slow down .. And most importantly, no one knows where the brake is.
  48. rashid
    rashid 19 March 2014 19: 51
    +1
    bought two atlases of the world. one of the Russian edition, the other Belarusian. So, in Russian Abkhazia and South Ossetia are separate states, and Belarusian as a part of Georgia.
  49. Tatarus
    Tatarus 19 March 2014 19: 53
    +3
    I believed that I would get drunk with the massandra of Crimea.
    And I know in the summer I can now.
    I also want Moldovan wine.
    Let the West cry with tears of loss.
  50. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 19 March 2014 20: 14
    +3
    Everything has its own time. I think Russia will take many under its wing. Our country is growing stronger, returning the former between. authority. We rake with the Crimea - we’ll deal with other people who want to be part of the Russian Federation.