The Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation responded to the French Foreign Minister on his statement about the "violation of international norms" during the reunification of Russia with the Crimea

The Foreign Ministry decided not to leave without comment the statement by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. Recall that the head of the French Foreign Ministry said that by annexing the Crimea, Russia violated all existing international norms. At the same time, Fabius called a “referendum on the peninsula” a “violation of international law”.


The Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation responded to the French Foreign Minister on his statement about the "violation of international norms" during the reunification of Russia with the Crimea


A comment about Laurent Fabius’s tirade appeared on the official Online Russian Foreign Ministries:

It is surprising that it was in France, and even at the level of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, that they spoke about the alleged insolvency of the people's will, the lack of the population’s right to determine their own destiny. And how then does Paris intend to argue its policy regarding the territories controlled by France, in particular, the Mayotte Islands within the Comorian Archipelago and the Epars group in the Mozambique Channel?

As you know, in August 1972, the UN Special Committee on Decolonization entered the Comorian Archipelago in the list of territories with the right to self-determination. 22 December 1974 France held a referendum, as a result of which 90% of inhabitants of Comor favored independence. However, on one of the islands - Mayotte - 65% of the population was against it.

After that, the French government held a second referendum in 1976 - this time separately for Mayotte, of which 99,4% confirmed its choice in favor of France. UNGA resolution 31 / 4 from 21 in October 1976 refused to recognize the results of this vote and condemned the French presence on the island. Moreover, the UNGA, in its resolution of November 28, 1994, confirmed the identity of Mayotte to the Comoros.
Despite this, France, relying on the results of another island referendum held in May of 2009, declared Mayotte its 5 overseas department and region. The results of the referendum were not recognized either by the African Union, the UN or the Comoros, which continue to consider Mayotte as its territory.

In the second case, we are talking about the long-standing territorial dispute between Madagascar and France over the ownership of the Epars group of islands in the Mozambique Channel. In 1892, and then in 1897, France declared their possessions. This decision was supported by the relevant decree of the President of France in 1960 three months before the declaration of independence of Madagascar. And the law adopted in February 2007 included these islands in the French Southern and Antarctic Territories.

In the 1970s, Madagascar asked the United Nations to transfer the islands under Malagasy jurisdiction. The United Nations recognized these requirements as justified (resolution of the UN General Assembly 34 34 / 91 from December 12 1979) and called on France to immediately begin negotiations with the Malagasy side on the return of the Epars islands illegally separated from Madagascar. Paris, however, continues to ignore the demands of Antananarivo and the UN.

I think the examples I have cited are enough to understand that it would be better for someone, but France, to deal with their own affairs before assessing the steps of other states.


Of course, about Eparse and Mayotte Fabius is well known, but only this Mr. got used to pay attention to those questions that “are being asked” to affect the real owners of Paris - those that are on the other side of the Atlantic. By the way, is it not time to ask from the same Fabius for the unfulfilled guarantees that they and two other euroministries (Polish and German) were given literally one day before the bloody coup in Ukraine? ..
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  1. Mountain shooter 30 October 2015 13: 04 New
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    Yeah, whose cow would moo. How many are there before the presidential election? Sarkazi will come again, and all the Fabiuses will be shut up at once.
    1. Major Yurik 30 October 2015 13: 05 New
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      The French poodle barked, scat contagion, not your dog thing! am
      1. Appraiser 31 October 2015 14: 02 New
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        Wrong this is not a French poodle! And just a pickup mongrel, hollow ..... laughing
    2. Finches 30 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      And why did this Fabius even get along about Crimea ??? For no reason, ??? From the visit of Sarkozy to Moscow, did the team go croak or really from the dad?

      You see, Laurent, you blurted out without thinking, but how many people immediately led to bewilderment !! laughing
      1. vovanpain 30 October 2015 16: 31 New
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        Quote: Finches
        And why did this Fabius even get along about Crimea ??? For no reason, ??? From the visit of Sarkozy to Moscow, did the team go croak or really from the dad?

        Yes, and Sarkozy went to the Crimea and the evon's son the mattresses grabbed by the ass, something that he had cheated with finances in Las Vegas, so daddy started to cry.
      2. edge 31 October 2015 15: 56 New
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        Quote: Finches
        And why did this Fabius even get along about the Crimea ??? For no reason, for no reason ???

        I remember both the Turks, and the British, and the French there trying to sit on a chair until they asked them to kick ..... they want to see again. -Soft spot, that's why it's soft
    3. kil 31 30 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Yeah, whose cow would moo. How many are there before the presidential election? Sarkazi will come again, and all the Fabiuses will be shut up at once.

      I don’t even know if we need him as president. For Gaddafi, he also sang a nightingale. After these songs, when he became president, Gaddafi glued fins. So, after the election, his attitude towards us will change.
      1. Dryuya2 30 October 2015 13: 16 New
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        In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

        Ministry of Defence
        Ministry of Defense: The State Department receives data on the operation of the Russian Federation in Syria from the "Internet zhirik"

        The Russian Ministry of Defense commented on an interview with the press secretary of the US Embassy in Moscow, Will Stevens, during which he said that 80% of Russian attacks in Syria are not aimed at targets of the Islamic State ....
        gingerbread laughing
        fully
        https://russian.rt.com/article/126851
      2. The point 30 October 2015 14: 03 New
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        Regarding Sarkozy and other cher ami. Think about where the word "barnacle" came from and to whom it means.
        1. andrewkor 30 October 2015 19: 35 New
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          in 1812, when the hungry and frostbitten French women asked for alms in Russian villages, they turned to the peasants: “Mon sher ami” continuously. That's where the “sheromozhniki” stuck to them.
          1. guzik007 30 October 2015 22: 37 New
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            More precisely, the skiers. Sincerely.
        2. Wolverine 30 October 2015 21: 28 New
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          Precisely and with humor, hold plus. wassat
      3. Mikhail Krapivin 30 October 2015 14: 57 New
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        Gaddafi is sorry. And Saddam is sorry .. But the main thing is not to be in their place and draw the proper conclusions for yourself!
      4. Turkir 30 October 2015 23: 22 New
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        So, after the election, his attitude towards us will change.

        That's for sure.
        Where did this Hungarian "Frenchman" come from.
    4. Penetrator 30 October 2015 13: 14 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Sarkazi will come again, and all the Fabiuses will be shut up at once.

      Yeah, Fabius will shut up, and the other, the new Minister of Foreign Affairs, will repeat the same words. You are a naive person, once you believe in the statements of the current Sarkozy about the status of Crimea, our actions in Syria and the unproductive sanctions against Russia. Sarkozy will become president of France and rhetoric will change dramatically. By the way, do you recall who was the main initiator of the destruction of the Libyan Jamahiriya?
      I’ll add, even if by some miracle, Marine Le Pen becomes the next president, France’s foreign policy will not undergo any special changes - it will remain US vassals.
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        jjj 30 October 2015 13: 38 New
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        Fabius on a hook from the States. Nevada authorities issued an arrest warrant for Tom Fabius, son of the French Foreign Minister. The son lost in Las Vegas and repaid the debt with bills, for which there is no security. This is considered fraud.
      2. PSih2097 30 October 2015 21: 42 New
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        Quote: Penetrator
        I’ll add, even if by some miracle, Marine Le Pen becomes the next president, France’s foreign policy will not undergo any special changes - it will remain US vassals.

        With the Le Pen family, this is not so easy to do, their National Front is already so dirty that I really do not want it, so the State Department will have to try very hard ...
    5. falikreutov 30 October 2015 13: 14 New
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      And what good did Sarkozy do? FSA helped kill Kadafi! Now they are all “friends” of RUSSIA - when not in power! And so was the same puppet of the State Department!
      1. guzik007 30 October 2015 22: 39 New
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        That's it! Sarkozy, God forgive me, he took the loot from Gaddafi to the polls and threw him, she was still a courtesan.
      2. k174oun7 31 October 2015 08: 20 New
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        The French themselves called him Sarko-American.
    6. hydrox 30 October 2015 13: 15 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      and shut up all the Fabiuses at once.


      But how to make this poodle run with a wound, settling on the go, screeching under the table, when Lavrov enters the room?
    7. Enoch 30 October 2015 13: 18 New
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      Sarcasm about Sarkazi - "The crafty Masson has blood on his ears, but he marks the president and don’t go to the fortuneteller."
    8. Aroma77 30 October 2015 13: 19 New
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      In our case, it’s better for Marie Le Pen to come.
    9. demo 30 October 2015 13: 22 New
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      That's it!
      Where is he going?
      On retire?
      And the pension is small.
      And I want to live in a big way.
      Need a warm place.

      Here is the ball and barks.
      The owner will see and warm.
      In NATO there, in the OSCE and or some other Sharashkin office.
      All in the "case."
    10. Maxom75 30 October 2015 13: 30 New
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      Yes, every large country is full of its contentious issues and decent people prefer not to throw a stone over a neighbor’s fence, so that they won’t get a brick from there. )))
    11. EFA
      EFA 30 October 2015 13: 51 New
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      Here comes Sarkazi again, and all the Fabiuses shut up at once

      Do not shut up, and maybe a little change in tone. Sarkozy is the same six and will throw us at the first serious outlook or reminder from across the ocean.

      Now all his movements are a solid PR, which allows you to score points well, especially against the background of the already not popular Hollande.
    12. ARES623 30 October 2015 14: 36 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Sarkazi will come again, and all the Fabiuses will be shut up at once.

      Shut up some, others will start to sing. Do not forget that the Franks are close to the Anglo-Saxons by the nastiness of nature, and therefore the mental view of the Slavs is almost the same. So it’s impossible to believe what Sarkozy said at MGIMO. Cheat. They have pre-election battles, now they will hand over their mother to a brothel for the needs of the electorate.
    13. Alex20042004 30 October 2015 20: 23 New
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      French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius reminds me of this character:
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    15. PSih2097 30 October 2015 21: 37 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Sarkazi will come again, and all the Fabiuses will be shut up at once.

      no, it's better Marine Le Pen ... And in Germany, Sarah Wagenknecht. Then, in Europe, the establishment of order will begin.
    16. sergeant1986 31 October 2015 09: 39 New
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      Yes. Sarkozy is now beneficial to us. With his filing in 2008, attacks on Russia have subsided!
    17. SAXA.SHURA 31 October 2015 14: 55 New
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      Puppy barking from under the fence.
    18. Foreman49 1 November 2015 11: 45 New
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      The response of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the words of the Minister of France is not equivalent in status!
  2. Andrea 30 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    Maybe it wasn’t worth answering France, immediately addressing the states? They still have no opinion of their own.
    They croak, but the voice of the states is heard. They certainly do not suspect what international law and the right of peoples to self-determination are.
  3. roskot 30 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    It is necessary to dip his nose into his bowel movements. The nose.
  4. OlegLex 30 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    It makes no sense to talk about double standards or principles - here to play here not to play here they wrapped the fish. Everyone understands everything perfectly, but the statement was made exclusively to belittle the role of the visit of the former French president to Russia and for fear that he would also go to Crimea.
  5. vovanpain 30 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    Yes, a hole for you from a bagel and a frog in your mouth and not the Crimea.
    1. dmi.pris 30 October 2015 13: 14 New
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      The frog in the mouth is a dessert for them ... Well, about the donut hole ... will have to be popularly explained ..
      Quote: vovanpain
      Yes, a hole for you from a bagel and a frog in your mouth and not the Crimea.
      1. xorgi 30 October 2015 13: 20 New
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        They will understand the cheese hole
        1. Angara 30 October 2015 14: 22 New
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          Quote: xorgi
          They will understand the cheese hole

          Or a hole in the cheese. Better a head ... cheese. So it will be easier and more pleasant for them. wassat
  6. anderles66 30 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    Gorgeous. I also recently learned about this topic. Very clear and to the point. Well, the French need to crap one's pants like that! Yes, and no sanctions against France belay
  7. Turbo rabbit 30 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    About the "referendum" in the former Yugoslavia it is now possible to recall and use it as a precedent. And if France is satisfied with this “referendum”, then let it disappear altogether.
  8. Denis Skiff 30 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    Of course, Epars and Mayotte Fabius are well aware, but only this Mr. is used to paying attention to those questions that are “asked” to touch upon the real masters of Paris - those that are on the other side of the Atlantic.
    If everyone understands everything, why comment on anyone? Just do your thing and not pay attention to barking mongrels.
  9. MIKHAN 30 October 2015 13: 07 New
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    The French would be silent ... How they behaved, and now in their colonies .. CRIME OUR and the point!
  10. arane 30 October 2015 13: 07 New
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    Violation of international law? What is this? This NATO right, led by the owner of this NATO, has long been put in a position convenient for use .....
  11. Abbra 30 October 2015 13: 08 New
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    Whose cow ... etc.
    1. Rurikovich 30 October 2015 13: 17 New
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      good laughing laughing laughing
      Pleasantly raised the mood at dinner!
  12. engineer74 30 October 2015 13: 09 New
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    Oh ... Diplomacy and political games have quietly died, now whoever pours more dirt is on horseback! And they wanted to spit on "objective reality", the main thing is "to be in trend"! winked
  13. Denis Skiff 30 October 2015 13: 13 New
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    Quote: roskot
    It is necessary to dip his nose into his bowel movements. The nose.

    while the owner orders, he will argue that this is honey, not bowel movement.
  14. Rokossovsky 30 October 2015 13: 18 New
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    And what is there to give examples of exotic islands ?! The referendum on the preservation of the USSR, March 17 1991 year. For saving - 77,85%, against - 22,15%.
    At least one Western scum squeaked something about the legality of subsequent events ?! Not! For some reason, everyone immediately forgot about international law and with great pleasure watched a huge country crumble! Who just watched, and who watered the petrol in the “right” places! In the modern world, in fact, there are no international laws and it’s time to put up with it! And to all!
  15. kartalovkolya 30 October 2015 13: 23 New
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    That's stupid, and also the minister; whose cow would mumble and be silent! Why didn’t they become contagious when Nikita, taking his voluntary decision, without even asking the Crimean population, took it and presented it to Ukraine? And most importantly, everything was done in violation of not only the laws of the USSR, but also the so-called international law! Well, where were you current critics? Where, where there ...
  16. samarin1969 30 October 2015 13: 23 New
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    French troops recently cleared the situation in the former colony of Mali ... Russia can fully learn from the experience in Ukraine ...
  17. shax 30 October 2015 13: 23 New
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    Nevada Prosecutor's Office issues arrest warrant
    French citizen Tom Fabius, son of the Minister
    foreign affairs of France for casino fraud
    Las Vegas, in the amount of 3,4 million dollars, (fake checks).
    1. rafaelich 30 October 2015 13: 39 New
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      So here it is, Mikhalych ... (s)
  18. combat66 30 October 2015 13: 25 New
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    France and other contentious issues in the regions are quite numerous. If kipish goes, they will share the Eiffel Tower!
    1. Das Boot 30 October 2015 13: 32 New
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      Quote: combat66
      If kipish goes, they will share the Eiffel Tower!

      and what does the tower have to do with it?
  19. Das Boot 30 October 2015 13: 30 New
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    Elegant answer. Liked.
  20. pts-m 30 October 2015 13: 31 New
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    indeed. they are also called a conscientious nation. it looks like where they had a conscience, the member grew there, or it’s not a bit roofing. so it pulls the frogmen to compete with bouts ... whoever publishes more.
    1. Old old 30 October 2015 22: 26 New
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      ... and also called a conscientious nation ...

      Europeans in general and the French in particular have never been conscientious. Even during the Frankish rebellion in Spain, having received money for the supply of arms to the legitimate republican government, they introduced a moratorium on arms supplies to Spain (doesn’t it remind me of anything?) And appropriated other people's money. The weapon later went to the Nazi army and was used against the USSR.
    2. Old old 30 October 2015 22: 26 New
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      ... and also called a conscientious nation ...

      Europeans in general and the French in particular have never been conscientious. Even during the Frankish rebellion in Spain, having received money for the supply of arms to the legitimate republican government, they introduced a moratorium on arms supplies to Spain (doesn’t it remind me of anything?) And appropriated other people's money. The weapon later went to the Nazi army and was used against the USSR.
  21. Aleksandr1959 30 October 2015 13: 34 New
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    Somewhere like that ... wassat
  22. grinyow.ivan 30 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    just one chatter, let's do at least something let's say a vote on closing the echo of Moscow
    1. aleksey980 31 October 2015 12: 28 New
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      Quote: grinyow.ivan
      just one chatter, let's do at least something let's say a vote on closing the echo of Moscow

      If you close, then these cockroaches scatter through the cracks and look for them later. And so everything is in a heap and when the "dichlorvos" "ripens", they will receive a dose, so to speak according to the list. At least I want to believe it repeat
      And it is better to hold a referendum immediately on preventive measures (5-10-50-100 years in mines or temporary lifting of the moratorium on the tower).
  23. russmensch 30 October 2015 13: 40 New
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    How interesting ... Just yesterday, while walking with a dog, I talked with one person who, by the nature of his activity, is following European politicians and gives predictions about them. There was talk about Sarkozy’s arrival ... And here it was quickly dismissed to me in a simple way that he had come for a reason, and on the eve of the elections in the 17th year, and he wants to build bridges with the Russian Federation because they want to see a sufficiently large “layer” of voters Friends in Russia. They also explained to me that today his rating is not large enough and if the elections today won’t win them for anything, Marie Lepin has about the same situation. However, she obviously will not even be put forward. But just Laurent Fabius today is an undoubted favorite, which is not desirable for us. And today he receives such a slap from our Ministry of Foreign Affairs ... Beauty ... After all, all this will somehow fall on him in the presidential race. Everything will be remembered to him ... including this statement.
  24. noWAR 30 October 2015 13: 55 New
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    I am glad that we have someone to give a worthy answer to the nonsense-mattresses good
    1. Das Boot 30 October 2015 15: 13 New
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      Quote: noWAR
      I am glad that we have someone to give a worthy answer to the nonsense-mattresses

      a rose in his teeth .... facepalm ... Reminds stupid portfolio of wedding photographers. laughing
      this bear is more fortunate than the one from which her fur coat ...
  25. mamont5 30 October 2015 14: 12 New
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    Our diplomats, as always, speak reasonably and in business.
  26. MIKHAN 30 October 2015 14: 14 New
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    Nature itself says that our Crimea! And we will not give it to anyone and will not give it back ...
    1. polkovnik manuch 31 October 2015 23: 07 New
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      Pay attention to where our little bear lies!
  27. vobels 30 October 2015 14: 19 New
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    "..only this Mr. is used to paying attention to those questions that are" asked "to touch upon the real masters of Paris - those that are on the other side of the Atlantic .." That’s the reason for his yapping and motive. It has long been clear that the geyropa is the next staff of mattresses.
  28. cniza 30 October 2015 14: 46 New
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    Quote: mamont5
    Our diplomats, as always, speak reasonably and in business.



    They are afraid of the truth, therefore they grind all nonsense.
  29. iv.ionov 30 October 2015 14: 47 New
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    LORD !!! How are they all TIRED, well, what is it that they are all numb, arrogant, shameless, well, they (modestly so) at least write in the eyes, and they ........... !!!!!! Interestingly, they have a conscience, how they evaluate themselves, how they feel, alone with themselves, looking at themselves in the mirror, after their obscurantism, lies, meannesses and not righteousness ??? HOW do they all live with this ??? Well, I can’t believe that all such SUSPENSION ??? After all, at home they also have children, grandchildren, go nuts with them, indulge, play, and then in a minute, dirt, lies, slander, anger, worse rabid dogs spit saliva left and right !!!! SO WHY EVERYTHING SO MUCH ??? ??? !!! I WOULD LIKE TO LIVE like this loveor so drinks, but it turns out just like that am am wassat wassat!!!
    1. a housewife 30 October 2015 22: 52 New
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      And it seems to me that they have neither children nor grandchildren, and if they have, then the nannies and governess are busy with them. And they themselves have no time - they need to make a career and replenish bank accounts. And if anyone wants to live like this love and so drinks and live in spite of everything !! And you will be happy! good love drinks
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  30. Gora66 30 October 2015 15: 38 New
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    Yes, this minister seems to have learned about the problem with the island from our diplomats ... Western politicians gain freedom of speech, relative, after the prefix "former" is added to their position ...
  31. triglav 30 October 2015 15: 45 New
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    Here is the comment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It's expensive to read. With the "partners" it is necessary.
  32. vladimir_krm 30 October 2015 15: 58 New
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    Most of all I like the wording "this Mr." :)
  33. cniza 30 October 2015 16: 35 New
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    Quote: vladimir_krm
    Most of all I like the wording "this Mr." :)



    And in another they cannot be addressed ... the Russian language rules. laughing
  34. 33 Watcher 30 October 2015 17: 51 New
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    In general, regarding the Crimea, their Western experts (well, not hollow breeds, but real ones), they said that from a legal point of view there is a nose mosquito that will not undermine. Purely everything. Although this is a drawbar-international law ... It has long been necessary to denounce everything that was signed with Gorbi and EBN, and not to bathe. There are Americans, they said that their right prevails and mustache, do not blow ...
  35. Stariknv 30 October 2015 18: 01 New
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    Before blaming others, first look at yourself and not be a mongrel of American.
  36. Steppe 30 October 2015 18: 08 New
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    yes Yeah, right now we'll give Crimea. We will lace up the boots and give them back. And we have no idea at all that Laurent Fabius said what France's masters from Washington forced to say.
  37. Straight 30 October 2015 18: 31 New
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    But is the Foreign Ministry of the vassal state, in fact a US colony, able to make any statements?
  38. antikilller55 30 October 2015 18: 58 New
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    The fact that mongrels are barking and will still bark is understandable, in the end they need to work out the loot, I am glad that our imperialists troll in response and that they do the most interesting thing so expertly that you can’t say anything in return. good
  39. afrikanez 30 October 2015 19: 09 New
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    Well, what kind of right is this that can easily be violated. Probably only decent countries and comply with international law and the rest of it to the bulb.
  40. twincam 30 October 2015 19: 16 New
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    Fabius farts on a campaign burns)))
  41. cergey51046 30 October 2015 20: 52 New
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    What can I say if in France such stupid ministers do not know international law.
  42. Vlad5307 30 October 2015 21: 01 New
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    “By the way, isn’t it time to ask Fabius for the unfulfilled guarantees that they and two other European ministers (Polish and German) were given just a day before the bloody coup in Ukraine? ..”

    It's time to talk with such ministers in the language of facts, and not to talk diplomatically! Poke their face in them
    heaped shit - henceforth it will be disgraceful to publicly lie and pervert the truth! am
  43. Prisoner 30 October 2015 21: 26 New
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    They answered correctly. The more often you poke them in their vomit, the more chances are that they will eventually shut up.
  44. Old old 30 October 2015 22: 34 New
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    Crimea is Russian territory and discussion of its status is a gross interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation. And the response of our Foreign Ministry should be quick and tough! And it would be nice for the “gay people" to first deal with their colonies (protectorates, mandated territories, etc.), and then teach others.
  45. a housewife 30 October 2015 23: 08 New
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    Crimea is not only now Russian territory, it has been all this time, with "donation", Russian territory. So what does international law have to do with it? A gift made in violation is not considered legal. This is our internal affair. Especially residents were asked? They asked. Are they for Russia? Yes! The question is settled.
  46. Reptiloid 31 October 2015 01: 39 New
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    That's what I thought - until the fuss with misrals was not completely over - the GDP smiled very complacently, talking about it. Now complacency is finally over.
  47. tolmachiev51 31 October 2015 04: 49 New
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    It has long been known, lying is only to start !!! then you cannot find truth and truth. Europe is confused, they themselves do not understand what they are doing and for whom they work. One thing is clear, everything is done on command from the phasington. Brussels is a bunch of villains paid by the United States.
  48. bsk_mna54 31 October 2015 09: 25 New
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    Vassals are the whole of Geyropa. The Yankees are invaders, and they do what they want. It’s bad that the “leaders” of Geyropa have pulled off their cap. Zombie leaders are not capable of independence, of rational actions. General De Gaulle is the only representative who pursued an independent policy: France, England are liberators along with the Yankees, but as victors in the Second World War, they lost their independence, became mongrel with the Yankees. And now the whole of Geyropa is the Yankee cannon fodder, substituted under the blow of Russia.
  49. Gormenghast 31 October 2015 11: 05 New
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    In the world of cattle, to which France belongs (get for the Mistral) the people have no right to decide anything; not even elected officials decide everything, but bureaucrats appointed from Brussels.

    It would be better for govnyuk to be preoccupied with compensation for damage to "colonized territories" - all shit democracies have sinned. But Russia - paradoxically, nothing to do with it - has neither overseas departments, nor military bases (3,5 bases are not considered) and does not democratize anyone, bypassing UN resolutions.
  50. Old warrior 31 October 2015 11: 29 New
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    Ukrainians have already answered us for Sevastopol, and now let the French answer for the First Defense of Sevastopol. In general, we have not forgotten anything, including the Moscow Fire of 1812, and we are not going to forgive anyone. It is necessary to voice these French roosters the amount of compensation and demand its urgent payment.