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Gagauzia: anchor of Moldovan statehood

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Gagauzia: anchor of Moldovan statehoodWhen signing the European integration documents with the European Union, the Moldovan authorities did not consider it necessary to ask their own citizens, and in fact, what do the people of Moldova want: EU integration or rapprochement and entry into the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan?


If such a referendum were held, it is not a fact that the ruling pro-European coalition would have the mandate to initial the European 28 agreements in November on November 2013 in Vilnius. On the territory of Moldova there are regions and regions that have reacted extremely negatively to the actions of the central authorities. It is not even about Transnistria, which has been living independently of Moldova for more than 20 years (they also took this signing very critically).

The citizens of the city of Balti, which is called the northern capital of Moldova, spoke unequivocally against this signing, which, in their opinion, occurred secretly, without a serious discussion of the real benefits and losses for the Moldovan economy. The agreement between Moldova and the European Union was announced by the authorities only after initialing it. In this case, the 700-page document was in English. A number of journalists and the opposition asked a very reasonable question: did the government learn what the politicians put their signature on?

Rogozin: “Moldovan Eurointegrators are in a Frenzy”

One of the regions that spoke out categorically against the actions of the Moldovan government aimed at European integration was the Gagauz autonomy. In the republic, where about 160 thousands of citizens live, a referendum was held, which was held here on February 2.

The turnout percentage was unexpectedly high even for the organizers of the plebiscite - more than 70% of the voters of the autonomy came to the polls to express their position regarding the foreign policy of Moldova. At the same time, 98% of the citizens of Gagauzia spoke in favor of the Eurasian course and the entry of Moldova into the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.

Moldovan authorities harshly criticized the referendum. Prime Minister Yuri Leanca called the incident in Gagauzia a violation of the law, stimulating separatism. At the same time, he hinted that irresponsible politicians in Chisinau and a number of political parties are responsible for this. He directly accused the left forces of swaying the political situation in the country on the eve of the signing of the European agreements.

“Communists and socialists should think about their actions and what elements of destabilization could be in the medium term if they continue in the same spirit. What happened in the autonomy is a violation of the law, ”said the Moldovan prime minister.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Special Representative for Transnistria Dmitry Rogozin wrote on his page on social networks: “The referendum in the autonomous Gagauzia took place with an unprecedented turnout. Moldavian Eurointegrators are in a rage. ”

Moldovan Communists back referendum

The Communist Party really openly supported the holding of the plebiscite, and then congratulated the inhabitants of the autonomy on such unprecedented results. The PCRM considers the past referendum to be legitimate; during the meeting there were observers not only from the CIS countries, but also from Europe.

On their official website, the communists called the referendum on Gagauzia “a demonstration of a firm and inflexible confidence in the need for Moldova to join the Customs Union.” The PCRM believes that this referendum is “a symmetrical response of the Gagauz to attempts to eliminate Moldovan statehood”.

The Gagauz people themselves are convinced that their republic is on guard of the Moldovan statehood, which keeps Chisinau from the close embrace of Bucharest. The chairman of the youth government, Nina Dimoglo, noted that this referendum was "an insurmountable obstacle for the unionists and Gagauzia became the anchor that would not allow Moldovan sovereignty to be given to other countries."

It should be noted that the majority of Moldovan TV channels, which today belong to the oligarchs from the ruling coalition, chose not to notice the plebiscite held in Gagauzia at all. Even despite the fact that this topic paid attention to the Russian, Ukrainian and European media.

The Moldovan authorities also prevented the arrival of the CIS-EMO international election observer group. Moreover, the Constitutional Court threatens with criminal prosecution of a number of deputies of the National Assembly involved in the organization of the referendum.

In addition, the Moldovan authorities blocked the accounts of Gagauzia in the hope of preventing the holding of a will. According to some estimates, the cost of the referendum amounted to about $ 2,5 million. These expenses were eventually paid by ethnic Gagauz businessmen living in Russia and Ukraine.

Irina Vlah: Gagauz do not accept the course of power on the EU

For comments and an assessment of the 2000 referendum held in Gagauzia, they turned to Communist deputy Irina Vlach, a Gagauz by nationality.

- Irina Fyodorovna, the Communist Party supported the referendum in the Gagauz autonomy; At the same time, Prime Minister Yuri Leanca considers this will to be a violation of the law.

- Unlike the ruling alliance in Moldova, the PCRM does not consider that the legislative and consultative referendums held on February 2 in Gagauzia were outside the legal field. According to the law on the special legal status of the ATU Gagauzia, autonomy has the right to participate in the domestic and foreign policy of the Republic of Moldova. Nevertheless, nobody was interested in the autonomy’s opinion when, at the end of November last year, official Chisinau initialed the Association Agreement with the European Union in Brussels.

In legal terms, did Gagauzia have the right to hold this referendum in the republic?

- Yes, the regional law on referendum gives the National Assembly the right to initiate referendums when it is necessary to know the opinion of voters on a particular issue. Thus, the decision of the National Assembly of Gagauzia to hold referendums, as well as the referendums themselves, fit into the republican and regional legislation.

- How would you rate the plebiscite held in Gagauzia?

According to the results of the consultative referendum, more than 98% of residents of the autonomy support the idea of ​​integration into the customs space. Given the turnout (more than 70%), we can state with certainty: the absolute majority of the voters of the Gagauz autonomy do not accept the course of the center on the EU.

Given the held referendum in Gagauzia, is not your party, which is the real opposition to the current ruling regime, going to initiate a similar expression of will throughout the country?

- For us, a successfully held referendum in Gagauzia is only the first victory. Now the National Assembly, the executive committee, the deputies of the Parliament of Gagauzia should together look for the possibility of fulfilling the will of the voters. The PCRM faction in parliament is ready to come up with an initiative to hold a republic-wide referendum on the preferred foreign policy vector of the Republic of Moldova. Moreover, with a similar initiative, our faction has already appeared in 2011, and then the parliamentary majority rejected it. Obviously, today the result will be the same. In my opinion, only the parliamentary elections and the coming to power can cut this Gordian knot.
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  1. Sergh
    Sergh 31 March 2014 19: 29
    +27
    Ta-a-ak guys, fresh news, Putin is preparing a new military unit:

    China will help Russia against the United States


    Moscow and Beijing are already in talks to create a military-political alliance, and this alliance can dramatically change the balance of power in the world.

    Continued:
    http://politikus.ru/articles/15856-kitay-pomozhet-rossii-protiv-ssha.html
    1. S_mirnov
      S_mirnov 31 March 2014 19: 43
      +21
      "The Moldovan authorities, signing the European integration documents with the European Union, did not consider it necessary to ask their own citizens, but actually, what do the people of Moldova want: integration into the EU or rapprochement and entry into the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan?"
      Do not believe it, but the Russian authorities also did not ask their people whether we want to join the WTO, destroy Satan and Scalpel missiles, and transport NATO cargo through the territory of the Russian Federation!
      Quote: Sergh

      Moscow and Beijing are already in talks to create a military-political alliance, and this alliance can dramatically change the balance of power in the world.

      I think that Russia is such a great power that if we take the stolen property from the oligarchs and banks, block the outflow of money abroad, then we ourselves can have an army that could even roll NATO into thin pancake without China. Today, without China, we feel insecure ... Maybe we need to revive our army, and not rely on the promises of the Chinese?
      1. Sergh
        Sergh 31 March 2014 20: 00
        -3
        Quote: S_mirnov
        but the Russian authorities also did not ask their people whether we want to join the WTO, destroy Satan and Scalpel missiles, transport NATO cargo through the territory of the Russian Federation

        Okay, be your way, right now I'll go to the bus stop, get on the bus and tell the driver:
        -Hear bro, well, drive me a couple of hours around the city, otherwise there is nowhere to sleep ..., the Russian authorities allowed me to.

        Well, by golly, as you say, like in a puddle ...
        1. S_mirnov
          S_mirnov 31 March 2014 20: 15
          +1
          Quote: Sergh
          Okay, be your way, right now I'll go to the bus stop, get on the bus and tell the driver:
          -Hear bro, well, drive me a couple of hours around the city, otherwise there is no place to spend the night.

          What’s this all about? It’s not even in a puddle ....
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 31 March 2014 22: 21
            +2
            Quote: S_mirnov
            What’s this all about?

            This means that if you then even hinted: "Scalpel", "Satan" do not touch Tuvarisch Yeltsin, first take an interest in our opinion, but WE are not yet allowing (fucking nonsense). They would have been looking for you for a long time, probably to this day.
            So with the bus ... it’s seldom consulted with us where to go the route and which street to take it to, and everything is built from the rationale according to the legal field.
            1. S_mirnov
              S_mirnov 31 March 2014 22: 36
              +4
              Quote: Sergh
              This means that if you then even hinted: "Scalpel", "Satan" do not touch Tuvarisch Yeltsin, first take an interest in our opinion, but WE are not yet allowing (fucking nonsense).

              This is not nonsense - it should be so! The government should protect the interests of the people of the country, and not make a gag, and about the WTO - it would not be a sin to hold a referendum either, since the development of computer technology can be done cheaply.
              Quote: Sergh
              So with the bus ... it’s seldom consulted with us where to go the route and which street to take it to, and everything is built from the rationale according to the legal field.

              Buses for people - not people for buses
              1. Penzyac
                Penzyac April 1 2014 01: 16
                0
                Quote: S_mirnov

                This is not nonsense - it should be so! The government should protect the interests of the people of the country, and not make a gag, and about the WTO - it would not be a sin to hold a referendum either, since the development of computer technology can be done cheaply.
                Quote: Sergh
                So with the bus ... it’s seldom consulted with us where to go the route and which street to take it to, and everything is built from the rationale according to the legal field.

                Buses for people - not people for buses


                And you try to gather at least a meeting of residents of an apartment building and ask what to build in the yard: a parking lot for cars of residents of the house or a playground ... And as soon as you say that you need to throw it off ... And you say, the bus is for people. ..
                Not on every issue a referendum can give the right decision, especially on highly specialized ones, and even more so on issues requiring a secrecy regime. Do not be a naive idealist, far from real life.
                By the way, elections are a special case of a referendum in which the people (voters) delegate part of their constitutional powers, as a source of power, to deputies or the president to solve public administration tasks.
      2. Vita_vko
        Vita_vko 31 March 2014 20: 05
        +5
        Quote: S_mirnov
        to steal stolen property from oligarchs and banks, block the outflow of money abroad
        China has been successful in the economy thanks to an uncompromising fight against corruption, agents of influence and its own 5th pillar. These politicians and officials are doing 1000 times more damage than any war. But there are oligarchs in China, while they are very effective managers and work for their country.
        1. S_mirnov
          S_mirnov 31 March 2014 20: 13
          +10
          Quote: Vita_vko
          But there are oligarchs in China, while they are very effective managers and work for their country.

          And our oligarchs are extremely inefficient managers, since they made all their fortunes on privatization and are not even going to work for their country!
        2. Vasek
          Vasek 31 March 2014 20: 16
          0
          Quote: Vita_vko
          China succeeds in economy thanks to uncompromising fight against corruption


          According to experts, due to corruption, China loses up to 3% of GDP annually, Reuters recalls.

          The struggle, perhaps uncompromising, but also not very productive.
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 31 March 2014 20: 21
            -7
            Quote: Vasek
            According to experts, due to corruption, China loses up to 3% of GDP annually, Reuters recalls.

            The struggle, perhaps uncompromising, but also not very productive.

            If you compare with ours - it’s very productive!
            "The volume of the shadow economy in Russia in 2010 amounted to 50 percent of GDP, the authors of the independent report" Corruption 2010 "came to this conclusion

            Over the past 12 months, the volume of corruption in Russia has reached a record high. Corruption accounts for almost half, 50 percent, of the Russian economy. These are the conclusions reached by the Russian Bar Association for Human Rights in its report "Corruption-2010". The report is based on materials collected by experts from July 2, 2009 to July 30, 2010, including 6 complaints from victims of corruption. The association publishes its annual report on the website "rusadvocat.com". "
            1. Vasek
              Vasek 31 March 2014 20: 36
              +2
              Quote: S_mirnov
              If you compare with ours - it’s very productive!
              "The volume of the shadow economy in Russia in 2010 amounted to 50 percent of GDP, the authors of the independent report" Corruption 2010 "came to this conclusion

              Yes, there are perhaps more successes among the Chinese in this struggle.
              I think, and we would have had a lot if public executions for bribery would have been introduced.
              Well, the example with the volume of the shadow economy speaks more about the inefficiency of the tax system (or the effectiveness of tax evasion). In any case, corruption is a by-product here, and the total volume of bribes will be less than 50% of GDP.
              Although, an indirect connection is undoubtedly present.
            2. hrych
              hrych 31 March 2014 21: 25
              +8
              A colleague, Smirnov, corruption is of course horse, but 50% is physically impossible in principle. It is like a utopia of the type of communism, only, as they say through .. back door.
              1. nikcris
                nikcris 31 March 2014 22: 17
                +1
                No, grunt, they are physical horses. here communism does not channel.
            3. andrewvlg
              andrewvlg 31 March 2014 21: 33
              +11
              Quote: S_mirnov
              Over the past 12 months, corruption in Russia has reached a record high. Corruption turnover accounts for almost half, 50 percent, of the Russian economy. These conclusions were reached by the Russian Bar Association for Human Rights in the report “Corruption 2010”.

              Tell me, do you not understand that this application has been paid?
              Read the name of the organization Russian Bar Association for Human Rights
              You can also include in the "shadow turnover" growing carrots in front of the house, poppy seeds by drug addicts, making jam and so on. It all depends on the technique. Everything is relative. But the name of the Association speaks for itself. This organization, for example, protects LGBT people in Russia from the arbitrariness of the authorities - go to their website, section LGBT. Quote: "Arkhipov, Vladimir Putin chose the Eurasian path of development of Russia and the idea of ​​Eurasianism, which is one of the branches of fascism."
              So getting acquainted with their method of "calculating corruption" the desire was gone.
              1. nikcris
                nikcris 31 March 2014 22: 07
                +5
                Amazing fuckers.
              2. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 31 March 2014 23: 03
                +3
                Quote: andrewvlg
                So getting acquainted with their method of "calculating corruption" the desire was gone.

                The source is of course so-so, I agree! Find a better -share link. And about the fight against corruption - I’ll just give you the last name - Serdyukov! And then you can invent your own interest and talk about how we have it and how the Chinese do!
            4. nikcris
              nikcris 31 March 2014 21: 51
              +1
              I can convert shit a lot more, but not as much as you. More precisely - I can, but I’m defenseless with you.
            5. JIaIIoTb
              JIaIIoTb 31 March 2014 21: 58
              +4
              Quote: S_mirnov
              Russian Bar Association for Human Rights


              As soon as I hear the phrase "Human Rights", the more in the text which they are trying to convince me of something, then I immediately cease to be gullible.
              Because our "rights" usually skimp on those who selflessly lie for the benefit .... not for us for sure.
            6. dmikras
              dmikras April 1 2014 01: 12
              +1
              in the USA about corruption for the same period you can in monetary terms or you look in the mirror and I see only the queen that does not even go to the toilet
              Yes, and the data you have about us only 4 years ago, and even then from obscure sources
        3. hrych
          hrych 31 March 2014 21: 20
          +8
          I beg you, Colleague, recently 14 lard bucks were seized from the Minister, this is how it is. Corruption is flourishing, the wives of the party members are now billionaires, they are only standing up against the walls of internal party opponents as corruption, and earlier, as moving away from the postulates of Mao and Le Ning. Do not overestimate the political system of the PRC, you will not find a more cannibalistic one, but you will have to be friends with NATO for now, but only to dirty the Anglo-Saxons and for their mutual destruction. At one time after the death of Stalin, Mao became furious, made a deal with a gold lard, which dwarf Den successfully continued. The prize was our Siberian lands, promised by Kisenger. And the PRC became an enemy of the USSR (even some had to kick their ass), which drew resources during a difficult race with NATO. Do not forget that this reptile was still at war with Vietnam. And this is the so-called social camp.
          1. Mainbeam
            Mainbeam 31 March 2014 21: 42
            +4
            Quote: hrych
            Do not overestimate the political system of the PRC; you cannot find a more cannibalistic

            I agree, China is a police state.
            Like the Yankees after 11 September.
      3. Maxim90
        Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 31
        +9
        What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
        1. apollop
          apollop 31 March 2014 21: 05
          +3
          I like ...
          Previously, we were not very respected, but they were very afraid.
      4. Maxim90
        Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 32
        +8
        What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
      5. Wellych
        Wellych 31 March 2014 20: 49
        +8
        roll NATO into a thin pancake

        repent to a pancake can the whole world even now.
        But doing it alone is boring, and much more effective not to bring to war.
        And Russia is not North Korea.

        I recall a joke about the three arguing masters Shao-Lin, who is cooler. They asked the villagers to throw stones at them - one fought off, dodged three, but won the third - in which no one threw.
      6. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 31 March 2014 23: 31
        +2
        Quote: S_mirnov
        I think that Russia is such a great power that if we take the stolen property from the oligarchs and banks, block the outflow of money abroad, then we ourselves can have an army that could even roll NATO into thin pancake without China. Today, without China, we feel insecure ... Maybe we need to revive our army, and not rely on the promises of the Chinese?


        You need to think more and delve deeper. In China, there is such a mobilization resource that even without armored vehicles and aviation they are able to roll into a pancake any existing military or economic union separately and maybe even a couple ...
        1. Penzyac
          Penzyac April 1 2014 01: 40
          0
          Quote: Geisenberg
          Quote: S_mirnov
          I think that Russia is such a great power that if we take the stolen property from the oligarchs and banks, block the outflow of money abroad, then we ourselves can have an army that could even roll NATO into thin pancake without China. Today, without China, we feel insecure ... Maybe we need to revive our army, and not rely on the promises of the Chinese?


          You need to think more and delve deeper. In China, there is such a mobilization resource that even without armored vehicles and aviation they are able to roll into a pancake any existing military or economic union separately and maybe even a couple ...


          I remember that with the help of a primitive machine gun, the British turned a huge mass of Zulus into meat, and you say, a mobilization reserve ...
          Without competent and creatively thinking military leaders and commanders, modern weapon systems, reconnaissance and control, any, even the most prepared, mobilization reserve is cannon fodder.
      7. Penzyac
        Penzyac April 1 2014 01: 00
        +1
        Quote: S_mirnov

        Quote: Sergh

        Moscow and Beijing are already in talks to create a military-political alliance, and this alliance can dramatically change the balance of power in the world.

        ... then we ourselves can have an army that, even without China, could roll NATO into a thin pancake. Today, without China, we feel insecure ... Maybe we need to revive our army, and not rely on the promises of the Chinese?


        Of course, you need to strengthen your army, but a defensive alliance with China would guarantee the risk of a military clash with NATO (i.e. the United States) to zero and they would only have to toothlessly yap like a pug at elephants and tremble from powerlessness.
    2. Russ69
      Russ69 31 March 2014 19: 56
      +5
      Quote: Sergh
      Moscow and Beijing are already in talks to create a military-political alliance, and this alliance can dramatically change the balance of power in the world.

      Continued:
      http://politikus.ru/articles/15856-kitay-pomozhet-rossii-protiv-ssha.html

      The politikus.ru site is patriotic, of course, but it often gives out the coveted, for the real ... Let’s wait and see.

      With regards to Gagauzia, apparently the time has come for a referendum ... smile
    3. platitsyn70
      platitsyn70 31 March 2014 20: 05
      +1
      Moscow and Beijing are already in talks to create a military-political alliance, and this alliance can dramatically change the balance of power in the world.
      We didn’t fight badly in Korea, our equipment is their human resources and we need to fight only in the United States.
      1. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 31 March 2014 20: 19
        -3
        Quote: platitsyn70
        we fought well in Korea our technology their human resources

        We sold all patents and drawings of military equipment to China during perestroika and now China is sculpting our military equipment under its own brand. So we can help them only with oil, gas and minerals. The rest is theirs. this is the reality.
        1. sv68
          sv68 31 March 2014 20: 45
          +3
          and what kind of patents did you sell Mr. Smirnov to China? By the way, the prosecutor’s office will study your application for the sale of patents attentively
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 31 March 2014 22: 45
            +1
            Quote: sv68
            And what kind of patents did you sell to China, Mr. Smirnov?

            Not by me - by our government! Direct the prosecutor's office there!
            Offhand - MIG planes, even helped to build a production plant.
            "Chinese manufacturers of weapons and military equipment have admitted that they are taking the best Russian weapons as the basis of their developments. In particular, in the latest issue of the Chinese special edition Tanks and Armored Vehicles, the chief designer of the modern Chinese BMP ZBD04 claims that he did not just copy the Russian BMP -3, and introduced a number of improvements in its parameters, as an example he called the change in the fire control system. "
            Etc. or do you think that Chinese designers just think the same as ours laughing
            1. Penzyac
              Penzyac April 1 2014 02: 32
              -1
              Quote: S_mirnov
              Quote: sv68
              And what kind of patents did you sell to China, Mr. Smirnov?

              ...
              Etc. or do you think that Chinese designers just think the same as ours laughing


              That's it, that the Chinese think a little differently. Where did you get the idea that the Chinese "improvements" of our long-term developed weapons are really significant, and not just in their opinion? Do you think our engineers have been lying on the stove all this time?
              There is a saying about programmers: "If you need to solve a simple problem, hire Indians, if the problem is difficult, hire Chinese, and if the problem is not solvable, then only Russians." The same is true for engineers.
              Simply, Russians think in Russian and in Russian, and this is our most important competitive advantage.
        2. JIaIIoTb
          JIaIIoTb 31 March 2014 22: 10
          +3
          St. Mirnoff, I didn’t seal it so it suits you better.
          How many electric equipment do you have? Do you have a car? Does she move herself or does she need fuel anyway?
          Why am I doing this.
          To the fact that we are roughly speaking the battery of this planet, the largest and most powerful battery.
          We sell what we have in abundance, we sell energy.
          And it’s not we who are sitting on the needle (I’m anticipating your sarcasm), those who we are supplying energy to are sitting on the needle.
          Therefore, the BIG question is who depends on whom.
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 31 March 2014 22: 55
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            Quote: JIaIIoTb
            Do you have a car? Does she move herself or does she need fuel anyway?

            It is very necessary combustible and preferably cheaper than it is now sold for its own population and agriculture!
            Quote: JIaIIoTb
            We sell what we have in abundance, we sell energy.

            Monstrous misunderstanding! What excess? !!! In our country, six months you need to heat the apartment, just so that people do not freeze. And not only to us, but also to our future generations! And we have an excess of energy, because part of the factories has been destroyed and Soviet power generation capacities are excessive for our colony. However, this is a temporary phenomenon - remember Sayano_Shushenskaya? Soon there will be no excess! No wonder the social norm is introduced.
            Quote: JIaIIoTb
            And it’s not we who are sitting on the needle (I’m anticipating your sarcasm), those who we are supplying energy to are sitting on the needle.
            Therefore, the BIG question is who depends on whom.

            Gaddafi also thought so .... request
            1. dmikras
              dmikras April 1 2014 01: 22
              0
              Please understand where YOUR country is.
        3. Penzyac
          Penzyac April 1 2014 02: 11
          -1
          Quote: S_mirnov
          Quote: platitsyn70
          we fought well in Korea our technology their human resources

          We sold all patents and drawings of military equipment to China during perestroika and now China is sculpting our military equipment under its own brand. So we can help them only with oil, gas and minerals. The rest is theirs. this is the reality.


          What do they have? Copies of obsolete Soviet weapons. And what about the capabilities of the Aerospace Defense Forces and the Strategic Missile Forces? What about modern rocket and aircraft engines? What about non-standard-minded engineers and programmers? And the ability to develop "from scratch" when there is nothing to copy from? And the know-how? After all, the level of a command post school? And, in general, they do not have the best Russian soldiers in the world. Etc. etc....
          Not everything can be simply copied ...
    4. nikcris
      nikcris 31 March 2014 20: 54
      -4
      This is where to lead? In Daman?
      And how can the alliance dramatically, like drisnya, change the alignment in the world? Two of the same type of aircraft carrier? Further, the contribution of China is convulsively shrinking, as a point of the adherent of Goyoyropa. Sewing pants for nothing and growing cucumbers in the desert is a feat, of course, but not a strong one. Munchausen made such every morning)))
    5. Siberian19
      Siberian19 31 March 2014 22: 25
      +1
      This military alliance can make all Obama and Cameron stutter.
  2. dmitrij.blyuz
    dmitrij.blyuz 31 March 2014 19: 29
    -1
    Opachki! Woke up! Why do we need them?
    1. Ased
      Ased 31 March 2014 19: 38
      +4
      Tchssss! (looking around in a whisper): there is good wine ... :)))
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    4. 120352
      120352 31 March 2014 20: 17
      +16
      Gagauz people are rare culturally. This is the only Turkic-speaking Orthodox people. And by this he is close to us. For a long life I had two friends of the Gagauzians. One is a friend, the other is a friend. Do you feel the difference? With each of them I would go into intelligence. Do you need them? And all the rest we need them. The process of collecting our lands again is just beginning. There are no superfluous.
      1. nikcris
        nikcris 31 March 2014 21: 05
        +2
        I for them a hundred times Ku! But where are they and where are we ...
        1. Aleksandr65
          Aleksandr65 31 March 2014 21: 33
          +6
          Gagauzia is a part of New Russia, as well as Odessa, Nikolaev, Rostov ...
          1. Lelek
            Lelek April 1 2014 00: 43
            +3
            Prussians were also Slavic tribes. The Teutons destroyed them and took their name for themselves. bully
      2. ando_bor
        ando_bor 31 March 2014 22: 42
        +2
        The Chuvash are the same Turkic-speaking and Orthodox, apparently with the Gagauz people have common roots from the Volga Bulgaria.
        1. Alexandr0id
          Alexandr0id 31 March 2014 23: 35
          +3
          Chuvashs - non-Islamized descendants of the Bulgars, Gagauz - descendants of the Guz and Pechenegs. completely different peoples. some speak archaic Turkic (West Hunnic), others speak almost Turkish.
      3. promt26
        promt26 31 March 2014 23: 01
        +4
        I served with the Gagauz. No problem. Take yes
      4. Lexx
        Lexx April 1 2014 00: 04
        +2
        Well, in general, there are still Turkic-speaking Orthodox peoples - Chuvashs, Khakasses, Yakuts.
    5. tantalum
      tantalum 31 March 2014 20: 30
      +20
      Woke up ??? Before you poke buttons, you should at least learn something about them
      Yes, they are 25 years old (since 1989) and they did not fall asleep one of the first to take the blow, he was nationalists, they blocked roads with whole villages and all these years they hope that they have not forgotten about them! And for all these years, in spite of everything that happened and what they tried to impose on them, they did NOT fault Russia and the Russians even when it was very bad.
      PS And they are not bad warriors, and although they are not very many, I do not envy the Romanians if they suddenly want to occupy Gagauzia with the rest of Moldova. That’s why they can climb directly
      1. nikcris
        nikcris 31 March 2014 21: 13
        +4
        Bl, if this is true, then I will step on my claws with pleasure - they deserve it.
        By the way, I met the most sane cops in Turkey. Many times I was theoretically arrested by DB, but their cops and border guards did not perceive me as an enemy.
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        2. TEODOR
          TEODOR 31 March 2014 21: 44
          +3
          Some of the friends of our Gagauz family, excellent people, moved in the late 90s. I was interested in how life is there in Moldova, the only answer is J.P. Nostalgia for the UNION, hope for RussiaE is not love for the government, which ruins the already barely breathing economy, spoils relations with Russia due to which Moldova lives as it is now fashionable to say "shoots itself in the foot" Moldova makes the lion's share of GDP on the Russian market. I have many friends from different parts of the UNION, and you know, after the precedent of Crimea, hope has awakened in many, many still remember how to live, and compare it with what is happening now. Well, well, I think the next elections in many post-Soviet countries will bring many pleasant surprises. Lastly, I would like to say, Vladimir Vladimirovich, thank you for making us feel like GREAT peoples and for returning our faith in ourselves.
  3. konvalval
    konvalval 31 March 2014 19: 37
    +8
    Yes, the Euros and raised a howl around the Crimea, because they are afraid of further developments. That is an example. And others, which is worse?
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 31 March 2014 20: 10
      +5
      For interest.

      1. Fanat1984
        Fanat1984 31 March 2014 23: 39
        +1
        , I read a lot from this from various sources, but there were separate snippets ... I did not even know what such a video is ...
  4. Vasek
    Vasek 31 March 2014 19: 38
    0
    On the territory of Moldova there are regions and regions

    There are no regions in the territory of Moldova. hi
  5. parus2nik
    parus2nik 31 March 2014 19: 40
    -7
    Now also Gagauzia ..
  6. Leshka
    Leshka 31 March 2014 19: 47
    -13%
    ok, Crimea and Gagusia
    1. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov 31 March 2014 20: 23
      +7
      Schaub Bulo !!!! But in general, the increase in economic space is very profitable! Yes, and enough of the defender, it's time to attack!
    2. Aleksandr65
      Aleksandr65 31 March 2014 21: 39
      +8
      Gagauz people are absolutely loyal to Russia. If there was their will, they would gladly become a district in the nearest Belgorod region. So sideways.
    3. nikcris
      nikcris 31 March 2014 21: 47
      -1
      I myself don’t know, but since the Gagauz people want to go to Russia, then they’re holding the flag. We have a lot of peoples; if they want, they will be recorded by the Tatars, they want to be Russian, they want to be Gagauz. Poh. We need everything.
    4. gladysheff2010
      gladysheff2010 31 March 2014 23: 46
      0
      Learn materiel, otherwise, deuce!
  7. Cossacks
    Cossacks 31 March 2014 19: 47
    +12
    In, Gorbachev did business with Yeltsin and others. And everywhere the Russians suffer, as a rule they find themselves there, not of their own free will.
  8. razved
    razved 31 March 2014 19: 49
    +8
    The Gagauz have long warned Chisinau, but the Coalition of pro-European rule (that's what their alliance is called) do not pay any attention to their citizens. They do what the western masters tell them.
  9. Giant thought
    Giant thought 31 March 2014 19: 57
    +9
    It is necessary to support and unite around yourself who are against the West and are waiting for our support. You need to start small, there will not always be such a luck that happened with the Crimea. Better to have more friends than not to have them.
  10. Monk
    Monk 31 March 2014 19: 59
    +6
    Quote: Leshka
    ok, Crimea and Gagusia


    And such that they want to join the Eurasian Union in order to have their economic development in close cooperation with Russia.
  11. Grbear
    Grbear 31 March 2014 20: 01
    +5
    Leshke
    Gagauzia is by no means to us. People just realized that they have nothing to do in the EU, but they need to lean somewhere. That's better in the vehicle. They know him from the USSR.
    1. Vasek
      Vasek 31 March 2014 20: 20
      +4
      Quote: GrBear
      Gagauzia is by no means to us. People just realized that they have nothing to do in the EU, but they need to lean somewhere. That's better in the vehicle. They know him from the USSR.

      The Gagauzians send almost all of their produce (mainly wine and canned goods) to Russia. Well, why the hell is the EU? request
      1. nikcris
        nikcris 31 March 2014 21: 19
        +4
        I have never eaten canned goods from Gagauzia and did not drink wine, but I will eat and drink it with pleasure if they are on the shelves in the store.
  12. ZU-23
    ZU-23 31 March 2014 20: 05
    +6
    MOSCOW, Mar 31 - RIA News. Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, noted the need for effective measures aimed at lifting the actual external blockade of Transnistria and finding a just and comprehensive solution to the Transnistrian problem, ”the Kremlin’s press service said.
    In general, we would still squeeze Odessa and Transnistria is already included laughing while this is of course a joke.
    1. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov 31 March 2014 20: 27
      +3
      Quote: ZU-23
      MOSCOW, Mar 31 - RIA News. Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, noted the need for effective measures aimed at lifting the actual external blockade of Transnistria and finding a just and comprehensive solution to the Transnistrian problem, ”the Kremlin’s press service said.
      In general, we would still squeeze Odessa and Transnistria is already included laughing while this is of course a joke.

      I hope this "joke" is great!
  13. alex47russ
    alex47russ 31 March 2014 20: 24
    +3
    I don’t know a single Moldovan who wants to go to the EU !!! They all work in our country !!!
  14. kmike
    kmike 31 March 2014 20: 24
    +7
    We must act while reaching out to Russia. People must not be abandoned.
    1. Lelek
      Lelek April 1 2014 00: 49
      +2
      Absolutely correct, but very difficult. yes
  15. Maxim90
    Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 33
    +5
    What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
  16. Maxim90
    Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 33
    +2
    What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
  17. Maxim90
    Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 34
    +4
    What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
  18. Maxim90
    Maxim90 31 March 2014 20: 34
    +2
    What do you dislike about the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation:
  19. pensioner
    pensioner 31 March 2014 20: 45
    +3
    Well, the European Union doesn’t manage to integrate the whole country selected for integration. Everything turns out in parts ...
  20. datur
    datur 31 March 2014 20: 52
    +4
    the conclusion is only one-- VALI BANDEROTSEV !!!! laughing
  21. sv68
    sv68 31 March 2014 20: 52
    +1
    those who signed the agreement with the EU on an English hair dryer apparently worked in Britain for a long time as Mahler diplomats. in general, everything was like in the movie wasabi-on, Moldovan shouted-sign-sign without hesitation and questions
  22. datur
    datur 31 March 2014 21: 06
    0
    [quote = Wellych] [quote] roll NATO into a thin pancake [/ quote]
    repent to a pancake can the whole world even now.
    But doing it alone is boring, and much more effective not to bring to war.
    And Russia is not North Korea.

    I recall a joke about the three arguing masters Shao-Lin, who is cooler. They asked the villagers to throw stones at them - one fought off, dodged three, but won the third - in which no one threw --------I think we are the third master-- we will wait a bit !!! : feel:
  23. luka095
    luka095 31 March 2014 21: 19
    +6
    Article "plus". Indeed, the mood in Gagauzia is in favor of the TS. This is what the Gagauz people working in Russia say.
  24. Mainbeam
    Mainbeam 31 March 2014 21: 45
    0

    Why buy a sugar factory when it's cheaper to buy a director of a sugar factory?

    They spoke out unambiguously against this signing, which, in their opinion, happened secretly, without serious discussion of the real benefits and losses for the Moldovan economy. The government announced the agreement between Moldova and the European Union only after it was initialed. In this 700-page the document was in English... but did they study in the government what politicians put their signatures on?
  25. Shustov
    Shustov 31 March 2014 22: 02
    +7
    That Crimea was squeezed out and everything, couch strategists, let us tear the whole world to the British flag, etc., haters ...
    Have you seen many people get a crew out of a burnt car?
    Or, like a soldier, whose guts are out, he smiles and asks to smoke, because they have done it so that he doesn’t die from the shock, and you know that you won’t reach the hospital ...

    You should never call for war, especially sitting at a computer in a comfortable apartment. Little blood on foreign territory already passed.
    1. starhina01
      starhina01 31 March 2014 22: 30
      +1
      no need for sad stop but also sit with your legs hanging soldier but in general I am for peace drinks
  26. KAPITANUS
    KAPITANUS 31 March 2014 23: 32
    +4
    Yes, all of Moldova, I mean ordinary people, is striving for Russia, wants to join the CU, but WHO IS THE PEOPLE listening? No one! The bought management saws euro handouts and signs EVERYTHING that they palm off, then they collect things and leaving their people, quietly move to about France, etc. Pridnestrovie - FOR RUSSIA, GAGAUZIA - FOR RUSSIA, BELTSI - FOR RUSSIA, Moldavian BULGARIANS - FOR RUSSIA - What aspiration for Europe are we talking about? !!!
  27. Fanat1984
    Fanat1984 31 March 2014 23: 42
    0
    People, they’re digging everything for Russia! There are two options for how this can all end: We will all come together again and defeat this shushara or Russia will unite with China and the result will be the same, only at the festive table in honor of the victory, those who did not help will not be invited !!!

    THINK!
    1. Lelek
      Lelek April 1 2014 00: 57
      +2
      We will only eat with chopsticks, and in the nursery the kids will be running Tan Wan Sani. bully
  28. Orc-xnumx
    Orc-xnumx April 1 2014 02: 37
    -1
    All the shtetl kings want to hang out beautifully!
  29. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN April 1 2014 03: 10
    +1
    After the recent setbacks, the United States will climb out of its skin to spoil Russia in all possible places. For historically, a country created by a world swindler cannot normally perceive normal people! request
  30. mamont5
    mamont5 April 1 2014 05: 55
    +1
    Urgent number:
    "Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to run for president of Ukraine in the elections to be held on May 25," he said at a press conference in the Kremlin.

    "I plan to run for the presidency of Ukraine," Putin said.

    The Russian president noted that he plans to personally register as candidates for the top position of the state of Ukraine and make a security deposit in the amount of 2,5 million hryvnia on Monday.

    "Anticipating the question of whether I have the right to run for president in accordance with Ukrainian law, I answer: I have. I have a passport of a citizen of Ukraine issued to me personally by Viktor Yanukovych, I have been regularly on the territory of Ukraine for over 10 years, I know the state language of Ukraine from a dictionary and a translator. Therefore, there should be no legal questions regarding my nomination for the presidency of Ukraine, "- said Vladimir Putin."
    http://www.e-news.in.ua/news/5744-srochno-v-nomer-putin-idet-v-prezidenty-ukrain
    y.html


    Since 1 April everyone! laughing
  31. taseka
    taseka April 1 2014 07: 36
    0
    Pandora's box, called "Kosovo" - will still strongly regurgitate Europe, NATO and amers!
  32. tantalum
    tantalum April 1 2014 10: 13
    +1
    For your information:
    1. The Gagauz is not Moldovan. The mentality is different.
    2. Their language is Turkic; therefore, since the collapse of the union, Turkey has been trying to spread its influence over them, but the result for the Turks is deplorable :)
    All the same, the Gagauzians have been drawn to Russia all these years (I will repeat it ALL ALL years after the collapse, and not only now they suddenly felt like it seems to some). Perhaps because they are Orthodox, although their mentality is more belligerent.
    3. In the same place in the south of Moldova there is an area inhabited mainly by the Bulgarians, they also never burned with special love for the Modav authorities, and their orientation towards Russia is, so to speak, genetic.
    4. Not all Moldovans want in the EU, and even more so in Romania
    As a result, we have a "country" of almost half of whose population has dispersed in all directions around the world, with a killed economy, with a people tired of the idiocy of the rulers. And this "country", with the slightest RIGHT movement of Russia towards rapprochement, almost all of them are ready for integration without any special problems. Moldovan.
  33. ando_bor
    ando_bor April 1 2014 10: 42
    0
    Quote: Tantal
    There in the south of Moldova there is an area inhabited mainly by the Bulgarians

    In the adjacent regions of Ukraine (Odessa region), the same population is Bulgarian.