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The deputy of the Bakhchsarai City Council of Crimea is kidnapped in Ukraine

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Ukrainian border guards on the border with the Crimea detained a deputy of the Bakhchsarai city council, the ataman of the Crimean Cossacks Sergey Yurchenko.


The chief of staff of the Cossack public movement "Crimean Front" Yuri Pershikov told the publication Kryminform:

He was driving to his parents in the village of Andreevka, Zaporozhye region, and was detained at the Chongar checkpoint.
On the phone after 11 hours, he said that he was not allowed to pass, and the whole car was literally turned inside out. According to our information, at night, officers of the Security Service of Ukraine arrived at Yurchenko and took him to Zaporizhia. But no one has yet provided any information about his fate officially.


The deputy of the Bakhchsarai City Council of Crimea is kidnapped in Ukraine


Pershikov also said that the Crimean Cossacks, having learned that Yurchenko was not allowed into the territory of Ukraine, suspected that the border guards were waiting for someone and were specifically pulling time.

On the eve of the trip, according to him, Yurchenko contacted representatives of the Union of Cossacks of Ukraine "Zaporizhzhya Army". There he was assured that they had reached the border guards through their own channels.

Guaranteed that there will be no problems. Now that problems have arisen, we cannot contact the leadership of the “Zaporozhsky Army”
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told Pershikov, adding that, perhaps, Yurchenko was specifically lured out of the Crimea.

In addition, the source noted that the situation with the deputy Yurchenko is more like a kidnapping of a civil servant by the secret services of Ukraine. The particular acuteness of the situation is that Yurchenko is an official of the Russian jurisdiction. And if the SBU really kidnapped him, then this is a high-level international scandal.

Today, his colleagues could not get through to Yurchenko - the subscriber’s phone is blocked.
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  1. saag
    saag April 24 2014 21: 00
    +21
    I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?
    1. Smiles to you
      Smiles to you April 24 2014 21: 03
      +14
      Probably thought about the good ... Especially. went to the parents ...
      1. saag
        saag April 24 2014 21: 04
        -16%
        about a vodka or something?
        1. Smiles to you
          Smiles to you April 24 2014 21: 07
          -4
          Wangwu ...... ???? No...
    2. albai
      albai April 24 2014 21: 07
      +36
      Just Yurchenko, the normal son of his parents. And these dogs with the SBU using filial feelings captured the Russian official. And Crimea must be adequately answered. And the Cossack Cossacks, dancing to the tune of the SBU, simply simply discredited themselves.
      1. Duke
        Duke April 24 2014 21: 09
        +11
        And Crimea must be adequately answered. And the Cossack Cossacks, dancing to the tune of the SBU, simply simply discredited themselves.

        And not even Crimea, but Russia.
        1. Gloria45
          Gloria45 April 24 2014 22: 52
          +5
          Nu vot esche takaya inf-ziya.
          Novoross.info - The Security Service of Ukraine, controlled by the pro-American Kiev junta, detained ataman of the Cossacks Association, deputy of the Bakhchisaray City Council, Sergei Yurchenko, when leaving the Crimea for Ukraine. According to Marina Ostapenko, the head of the coup’s courier’s SBU press center, “on April 23, as part of the anti-terrorist operation, the SBU detained this man, citizen Y. (Sergey Yurchenko - ed.), Who was trying to enter Crimea.”

          “In February-March 2014, with the coordination of representatives of Russian intelligence, using the capabilities of public structures under his control, citizen Y. organized and took a direct part in separatist events on the territory of Crimea, including military actions with the capture of Ukrainian military units by Russian sabotage groups, departments of the Crimean authorities, "- said Marina Ostapenko.

          According to her, "this person coordinated the participation of pro-Russian organizations in the riots in Donetsk and Lugansk regions, which were accompanied by pogroms and resistance to government officials with the use of weapons, as well as the seizure of state buildings."

          “It was established that the detainee, on the instructions of the FSB of the Russian Federation, organized the sending of groups of Cossacks from the territory of Crimea to participate in extremist and separatist events in the eastern regions of our state,” the representative of the putsch SBU said, adding that Sergey Yurchenko “spread anti-Ukrainian sentiments in the territory of Zaporizhia and Kherson , Dnipropetrovsk, Odessa regions. "

          According to the head of the putschist SBU press center, “the SBU opened criminal proceedings against him under Article 110“ encroachment on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine ”, Article 111“ High Treason ”and part 1 of Article 294“ Mass Riots ”of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. "

          Recall that the deputy of the Bakhchisaray City Council, Sergei Yurchenko, absolutely legally drove from Crimea to his Zaporizhzhya region of Ukraine in his own car to visit his parents, and also met with the priest of the Zaporizhzhya Army.
          1. radar1967
            radar1967 April 25 2014 05: 22
            0
            Yes you are right. The SBU is working closely with the Americans. The guy was not allowed to meddle through the checkpoint. The border guards have such a job, to break through all the ins and outs .... And there is a way of detention "Under a plausible pretext." type - "Please wait a minute, we wanted to talk to you from kindergarten №33". You can't be so naive. Especially for an official. Especially in the area of ​​hostilities. Ukrainians are like children. Now they will inject him with serums of truth and heads will fly ...

            But the border guards could simply not be allowed in, but 10000 km / kalomoisky / more expensive.
            Now have to return the 20 lost faithful sons of the American people.
      2. armageddon
        armageddon April 24 2014 21: 47
        +5
        hmm ... parents agree! damn it but you also need to think now now what do they feel? there they sleep and see how to spoil Russia
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      4. Ramadan
        Ramadan April 24 2014 21: 58
        +6
        Parents understand this, but you need to think with your head! Isn’t it now that parents have become calmer? Banderlog that consent did not give to the separation of the Crimea! From this we must dance with all the ensuing consequences.
    3. Tersky
      Tersky April 24 2014 21: 08
      +10
      Quote: saag
      I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?

      Quote: Smiles at you
      Probably thought about the good ...

      Quote News-He drove by car to his parents in the village of Andreevka, Zaporizhzhya region , I think the purpose of the trip is clearly indicated. If he was going to his parents, then he was thinking about his parents ... But it was time for our Foreign Ministry to ring the bells, because on the border with Ukraine they might not let him pass, but not delay him.
      1. I read the news
        I read the news April 24 2014 21: 36
        +4
        Quote: Tersky
        He drove by car to his parents in the village of Andreevka, Zaporizhzhya region

        Let me remind you that there is now a "special regime" at the border. Males aged 16 to 60 are allowed to enter Ukraine only if there is a document confirming severe illness or death close relative.
      2. SSR
        SSR April 24 2014 23: 20
        +1
        Quote: Tersky
        Quote: saag
        I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?

        Quote: Smiles at you
        Probably thought about the good ...

        Quote News-He drove by car to his parents in the village of Andreevka, Zaporizhzhya region , I think the purpose of the trip is clearly indicated. If he was going to his parents, then he was thinking about his parents ... But it was time for our Foreign Ministry to ring the bells, because on the border with Ukraine they might not let him pass, but not delay him.

        Damn, did you even understand what you wrote? For banderlogs and scavengers headed by the USA-Crimea this is Ukraine .... And Yurchenko had to think Head .... But if he managed to change his passport ... Then there is no reason for that. Let us remember that the Western Pido, races are waging their war against Russia with its traditional values.
        1. koshh
          koshh April 25 2014 00: 17
          0
          Quote: SSR
          But if he managed to change his passport ...


          Then he should not be allowed into Ukraine (according to the law from 16 to 60 years).
          although they are citizens of Russia, they still have the mentality, everyone thinks that everywhere you can agree on shmat fat.
    4. Egoza
      Egoza April 24 2014 21: 08
      +16
      Quote: saag
      I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?

      Do not judge and will not be judged! Maybe (God forbid) what happened to his parents! Maybe they began to cling to them - went to understand. While the reasons are not known - it is not worth reproaching. IMHO hi
      1. 1goose3
        1goose3 April 24 2014 22: 01
        +2
        Do not judge and will not be judged! Maybe (God forbid) what happened to his parents! Maybe they began to cling to them - went to understand. While the reasons are not known - it is not worth reproaching. IMHO

        The attitude of the Ukrainian authorities to the Russians is known, to the Crimeans it is worse at times. The deputy, the official, really did not understand what this trip is fraught with. He obviously didn’t do better for parents, rather the opposite.
        Of course, for a Russian, Russia must take all possible and not possible, diplomatic and non-diplomatic measures. But irresponsible actions, stupidity, Mr. Yurchenko is akin to the actions of a provocateur in, and so, not a simple environment. fool
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      3. SSR
        SSR April 24 2014 23: 22
        0
        Quote: Egoza
        Quote: saag
        I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?

        Do not judge and will not be judged! Maybe (God forbid) what happened to his parents! Maybe they began to cling to them - went to understand. While the reasons are not known - it is not worth reproaching. IMHO hi

        The sun is our Fidget - do not forget that the Crimea is not for everyone so far Russia and not all have managed to change passports.
    5. starhina01
      starhina01 April 24 2014 21: 16
      +4
      when he was going to Ukraine there was an agreement with like-minded people, but no one canceled the traitors hi
    6. fif21
      fif21 April 24 2014 21: 28
      +8
      The arrest of a citizen of Russia? Enough scandal gentlemen fascists!
      1. jjj
        jjj April 24 2014 22: 11
        +2
        Whatever the reason, it's all playing with fire. "Perhaps" and "somehow" ended. The consequences can be dire. He may well be accused of being a saboteur and presented as a citizen of Russia, carrying out hostile actions.
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  2. Smiles to you
    Smiles to you April 24 2014 21: 01
    +6
    We must answer adequately. Differently IT does not understand...
  3. Giant thought
    Giant thought April 24 2014 21: 03
    +8
    Another provocation of the fascist junta, when, finally, she turned the mat.ku inside out. How tired they are of their inhumanity.
  4. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 April 24 2014 21: 03
    +6
    The situation is especially acute because Yurchenko is an official of Russian jurisdiction. And if he was really abducted by the SBU, then this is already an international scandal at a high level.
    Mayhem. Well, they simply extort us to weigh them to the fullest.
  5. Deadmen
    Deadmen April 24 2014 21: 04
    +5
    Tit so tick so tick so ... it's ticking the last hours of the junta ....
    1. Roman1970
      Roman1970 April 24 2014 21: 16
      +3
      Your words to God in the ears ...
  6. nvn_co
    nvn_co April 24 2014 21: 07
    +6
    Again the bastards will say that Putin is to blame, you will see !!! They have what is not happening to blame for the Russians.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza April 24 2014 21: 12
      +5
      Quote: nvn_co
      Again the bastards will say that Putin is to blame, you will see !!!

      Of course! They will claim that the Crimea is Ukrainian, and he violated the law, because took another citizenship and in general ....
      The Ukrainian military has organized a pass control at the checkpoints between the Kharkov and Donetsk regions, where the special operation is being carried out, the country's Defense Ministry said on Thursday. "Through the joint efforts of the personnel of the law enforcement agencies, access control has been provided at the checkpoints. Measures have been taken to block, if necessary, road transport routes," the message says.

      Soon they will introduce visas to go from one region to another, and they will take money for them
      1. Duke
        Duke April 24 2014 21: 18
        0
        Soon they will introduce visas to go from one region to another, and they will take money for them

        Or food and cigarettes.
      2. tokin1959
        tokin1959 April 24 2014 22: 42
        +1
        citizenship is not forbidden to change anyone.
        for this they do not plant.
        even formally, Ukrainian border guards cannot have a question about changing citizenship.
    2. Deadmen
      Deadmen April 24 2014 21: 22
      +1
      just all afraid of our enormity))
  7. Tanechka-clever
    Tanechka-clever April 24 2014 21: 09
    +9
    "Yurchenko was specially lured from Crimea" - all this reminds fascist methods - they need hostages for exchange. And everyone who will now enter the territory of Ukraine should know. Ukraine declared war on Russia, but we did not start it.
    1. Egoza
      Egoza April 24 2014 21: 16
      +7
      Quote: Tanya-umunechka
      all this resembles fascist methods — they need hostages for exchange.

      Well no! They know that Russia will respond! So they provoke! The US and the EU NEED Russia to send troops, and they will remain "white and fluffy." Was it in vain that "American" came? Probably gave the command "Either pacify the East, or war with Russia in any way. And we will support"
      1. igor_m_p
        igor_m_p April 25 2014 01: 00
        0
        Quote: Egoza
        Probably gave the command "Either pacify the East, or war with Russia in any way. And we will support"


        The team was most likely given, but the real support from the states and NATO hunters probably will not wait. It’s one thing to scream and spit at the United Nations, another thing to the fullest on machine guns. Only here, Kiev, in its illusions, does not seem to realize that if something happens, Russia will arrange a rectal massage in a perverted form and no America will really help. Well, squealing and drooling ... From a screeching - ear plugs, drooling - are unpleasant, but wipe yourself, what a shame to be offended ...
        1. ussrex
          ussrex April 25 2014 01: 37
          0
          Why wipe it? Better to immediately break the spit.
      2. CTEPX
        CTEPX April 25 2014 05: 11
        0
        Quote: Egoza
        The US and the EU NEED for Russia to send troops, and they will remain "white and fluffy"

        In principle, true)).
        But more precisely:
        The Anglo-Saxons and the Jewish elite need the Maydan right-wingers and others to come together in battles with the Russian Armed Forces. Everything that is started in Ukraine - for the sake of this)).
  8. saag
    saag April 24 2014 21: 13
    +5
    Well, if you think that nothing will happen to you in Ukraine, then for an adult it’s presumptuous to say the least
  9. kocclissi
    kocclissi April 24 2014 21: 14
    +3
    May it fall to Kiev, a rubber atomic bomb,
    Yes, she will kill those geeks who have settled there!
  10. Roman1970
    Roman1970 April 24 2014 21: 15
    +1
    A man was going to his parents, which he was molested to ... Also, some article was sewn ...
  11. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa April 24 2014 21: 22
    +3
    In theory, if he is a citizen of Russia, then it should be as promised by Lavrov.
  12. saag
    saag April 24 2014 21: 23
    0
    http://www.anna-news.info/node/15418 тут про него и за что его закрыли
  13. melnik
    melnik April 24 2014 21: 24
    +2
    Why didn’t he go to Kiev to go to Kum? With such a position
  14. Palych9999
    Palych9999 April 24 2014 21: 25
    0
    Is he the chieftain or not?
    Did he think that he would be so free to ride on the "Square" back and forth?
    Like, if Yarosh went to Suzdal, let's say, went to his grandmother, would ours have missed him too?
    Do they think this is a "robber Cossack" in a pioneer camp?
  15. saag
    saag April 24 2014 21: 27
    +2
    Quote: Palych9999
    Do they think this is a "robber Cossack" in a pioneer camp?

    Yes, here, in my opinion, sometimes self-conceit overrides critical thinking
  16. Orc-xnumx
    Orc-xnumx April 24 2014 21: 35
    +1
    SBU-CIA have reached the criminal scene!
  17. Palych9999
    Palych9999 April 24 2014 21: 36
    -1
    The scarcity of mind inherent in all representatives of this stateless nation ...
    It doesn’t sound offensive ...
  18. Militia
    Militia April 24 2014 21: 40
    +1
    By any means, under any pretext, they want to provoke a Russian invasion of Ukraine. How does it look like an Amer school. They did not take into account one thing. American nation predictable as two fingers abas falt. To calculate their actions, it is not even necessary to be smart. And already the GDP, like the former KGBist, calculated them to do for a nefik. One does not have to go far for an example - the same Crimea.
    Well, the Cossack, of course, gave the foam without thinking. Again Lavrov strained the unexpected. It's a shame.
  19. nikcris
    nikcris April 24 2014 21: 44
    +1
    Quote: Roman1970
    A man was going to his parents, which he was molested to ... Also, some article was sewn ...

    Whoever he goes to. On the ruin there is a permanent madhouse, and "Kozaki" there too. I get sick of the news from Square. SUR !!! I just want to exclaim - Open my eyelids!
    PS For God's sake, save us from the neighborhood with this madhouse. (I do not know who I am referring to in this case)
    PS2 Dill dried up the canal in the Crimea. He wants to arrange the Holodomor. Is it time to collect the hryvnia for the monument?

    Doldons ...
  20. Horly
    Horly April 24 2014 21: 59
    +1
    In my opinion, it is time to stop this booth GDP. And the discussion on the topic of drawing Russia into the war - we have already been dragged into it by the most I do not want from the moment Yanukovych escaped, but today, it seems, there was the last straw in Slavyansk. And about the fact that Kozak from the Crimea is right or wrong - so God grant everyone that your children should do the same!
  21. Tulip
    Tulip April 24 2014 22: 05
    +1
    They could not have missed him, like an undesirable person, but delaying them is dashing.
  22. bda
    bda April 24 2014 22: 15
    +2
    Quote: saag
    I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?

    A citizen of Russia has the right to go to any stranu if the strana officially passes him at his border.
    If srana (author), which the Russian citizen honored with his presence, violates his rights - the answer should be, in any case, such that srane (author) does not appear.
    Whining like "it's my own fault" is the approach of a provocateur, or a soviet bureaucrat (like - a great power won't sacrifice something for the sake of some individual person, but in fact read: something there is a simple fellow citizen). Once I don’t donate (I don’t rip my ass off). Two - did not donate (sat in sydney)! A - three and ... who then will sacrifice something for her (it's time to shove a boot under the ass).
  23. nicollider
    nicollider April 24 2014 22: 17
    +1
    well, if an official is kidnapped, then now it will really be fun: the cheap guy will not wash off
  24. family tree
    family tree April 24 2014 22: 21
    +2
    Well, people are already being kidnapped, there are terrorists. The bandits themselves, and the methods are bandit. We must take this "raspberry", in the sense of the outpost, what in the Criminal Code, the article for kidnapping has not yet been canceled.
  25. mokr77
    mokr77 April 24 2014 22: 36
    0
    I wonder what Yurchenko was thinking when he was going to Ukraine?
  26. Paranoid50
    Paranoid50 April 24 2014 22: 46
    +3
    Quote: Duke
    And the Cossack Cossacks, dancing to the tune of the SBU, simply simply discredited themselves.

    And they historically “both ours and yours.” Under Peter the Great, they took an active part in suppressing the Bulavin uprising on the Don, slaughtered the Cossack brothers. Later, they "presented" to Peter himself. There he became very angry, and the Zaporozhye Sich was gone.
    1. mamont5
      mamont5 April 25 2014 04: 06
      0
      Quote: Paranoid50
      Later, they "presented" to Peter himself. There he became very angry, and the Zaporozhye Sich was gone.


      Zaporizhzhya Sich was destroyed by Catherine II. Then Potemkin tried.
  27. Palych9999
    Palych9999 April 24 2014 23: 03
    +5
    Here's how to look, against the "illegitimate Kiev authorities" and against its "atrocities" - on the most independent one is really actively protesting in one regional center (like ours ... Serpukhov, 100-200 active people and 2-3 thousand sympathizers) and several hundreds more in 3-4 cities, such as our Penza and Tambov, and even then a contingent from socially insignificant layers.
    Yes, on May Day and Victory Day many will go who remember and sincerely nostalgia for the USSR, honor the Great Victory.
    Yes.
    But ...
    All sorts of tymoshenko and poroshenko go to these "angry" rebellious regions and gather full houses!
    Something is wrong...
    Where are thousands of actively dissatisfied people, where are bus lines from the regions to Kiev, where are there mass "strikes" at the largest industrial enterprises?! ??
    Where are the thousands of miners blocking railways across the country (or at least in the southeast)?
    The tone of our commentators does not correspond to what is happening at all: all stations, all airports, all factories, all state enterprises work, the hryvnia is holding on to the salary, they are paying salaries, students are studying, schoolchildren are not far behind them, bloated and hungry army men sit in miraculously soaring Sushki and BMPs and Lieutenants Schmidtov are not visible among them.
    So, 98% of the population are happy with everything?
    Yes! IM in absolute majority, all give a damn, it means that they are simply not worthy of another life and dozens of their lives are not even worth a slight wound of a Russian soldier, God forbid, directed them "to salvation"!
    Ukraine is a territory populated by a historically insignificant population (by no means the People) deserves just such a fate and does not deserve a different life.
    Those 3-4 thousand who really got so sick of everything, just need to drop everything (a garden with watermelons) and go, who are more ambitious - to the West, who are more industrious and not so gifted - to us, to Russia - we need the Far East to raise, and to revive the empty middle strip, welcome.
    And whining at fate and whining like "send your soldiers to die here with us while we peel the seeds and look at the window" - this is not discontent and not intolerance towards the current authorities, this whine is not worthy of attention.
    Russian Crimea is 98% in favor of reunification with the MOTHERLAND, everything is justified there, but not these "revolutionaries" who quietly think to get on the neck of those where the pension is 3 times more.
    I think so
    1. Cynic
      Cynic April 25 2014 10: 43
      0
      Quote: Palych9999
      I think so

      One thought, thought, but hit the pinch.
      Time is an unemotional judge, and so far it implements all bad forecasts.
  28. S_W_A_T_72
    S_W_A_T_72 April 24 2014 23: 15
    +1
    the Cossacks forgot how great-grandfathers wrote to the Turkish Sultan for $$$ sold and how beautiful the Cossacks started with the people and it turned out how embarrassing it should be no before the people before the ancestors
  29. Indifferent
    Indifferent April 25 2014 00: 39
    0
    One should not think that in any former republic the authorities cannot engage in lawlessness. People who have never experienced this themselves may think so. Kazakh border guards or militia behave in the same way. They can cling to anything and demand money. No, they'll get off the train. At times, Uzbek border guards may behave even worse. Several years ago, a Russian pensioner went to visit his son in Tashkent. He himself is a former officer. He served in Uzbekistan, and then moved to Russia and received citizenship. He was arrested and imprisoned for "Treason to the Motherland." The guy is far over 60 years old. With great difficulty, a year later, the Russian consulate achieved his release. What danger did he pose for Uzbekistan? The old man who forgot all the secrets, if he knew.
    That is why I believe that Yurchenko should not have gone anywhere other than Russia. It’s easier for parents to send money to come.
    1. Palych9999
      Palych9999 April 25 2014 01: 20
      0
      I absolutely agree on both points.
      And the Russians have to swallow the shit from the "note friends" (Kazakhs and Belarusians)
      And sometimes a dull-headed ataman could move his brain, at least he could even cross the Crimea-Caucasus, and then, behind the cover of a Russian passport, visit his grandmothers from Kharkov, visiting from continental Russia.
    2. Palych9999
      Palych9999 April 25 2014 01: 20
      0
      I absolutely agree on both points.
      And the Russians have to swallow the shit from the "note friends" (Kazakhs and Belarusians)
      And sometimes a dull-headed ataman could move his brain, at least he could even cross the Crimea-Caucasus, and then, behind the cover of a Russian passport, visit his grandmothers from Kharkov, visiting from continental Russia.
  30. Polarfox
    Polarfox April 25 2014 02: 01
    0
    I agree with Palych9999, I'm not a provocateur, but something is somehow neither shaky, nor swollen in the Donbass. If there is massive protest, then where are they? Why is the same handful of people constantly appearing in the media? Does this mean that the rest are satisfied with the self-proclaimed authority? And, if satisfied, then why should Russia send its sons to fight for no one knows why? Yes, I know, besides protecting the population, there are also political and geopolitical interests. But they involve thoughtful and, above all, diplomatic actions, and not the introduction of troops into a neighboring country at the first request of a small part of the population.

    In some ways I agree with Indifferent. Although, not in everything. In Kazakhstan, the border after the agreement on the Customs Union has become much better. I often fly to Moscow, so I know firsthand. There are nationalists and koumiss patriots in the country, an example of such "patriotism" we saw in the recent case of a magazine that published an article about Hitler. However, in general, the North of Kazakhstan is calm, only southerners sometimes muddy the waters. Don't like Russia? And you ask - who is loved in the South of Kazakhstan? They don't really like their northern Kazakhs. And the proximity of anti-Russian Uzbekistan plays a huge role in this.
    Quote: Palych9999
    What danger did he pose for Uzbekistan?

    It was just an opportunity for provocation. In Uzbekistan, anti-Russian activity is very high, so there is nothing surprising in the fact that the Uzbeks use every moment to make nastiness of Russia or the Russians.
  31. Gnufus
    Gnufus April 25 2014 02: 25
    0
    in the article, photo of the window dress .., litter, guys, I didn’t read if someone is right then to you +, and no, and to me - / But things are being done ...)))
  32. nomad74
    nomad74 April 25 2014 04: 28
    +1
    Quote: saag
    I wonder what this Yurchenko thought when he was going to Ukraine?


    What an A.H.R.E.E.E.L. and went to his parents! Small Homeland Parents do not choose! We are nagging Russians on all fronts of A.M. UKR where is the support? verbiage from you is one word!
  33. Polarfox
    Polarfox April 25 2014 05: 13
    0
    It characterizes the moment very well.
  34. santush
    santush April 25 2014 06: 57
    0
    In Ukraine, chaos without brains reached the power. Thoughts presented by the United States, and these are simply voiced. And what happened is an international scandal! It’s time for Russia to say its word !!! PsBalbesov who saw? Look at the photo. ?!
  35. GRune
    GRune April 25 2014 08: 01
    0
    Really crazy person, to go to a hostile state, having previously "agreed" with clowns in trousers, adherents of the "combat hapak", who handed him over to the SBU. Now the whole world will help out this stupid ...
    1. Cynic
      Cynic April 25 2014 10: 46
      0
      Quote: GRune
      who surrendered him to the SBU

      Money is not bad, business however!
      Only business, nothing personal.

      Especially politics!