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Moscow City Duma deputy supported the initiative to name the lane where the Turkish Embassy is located, on behalf of the pilot Peshkov

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The head of the commission on monumental art, Lev Lavrenov, supported the initiative to rename the lane in which the Turkish embassy is located, in honor of the Hero of Russia Oleg Peshkov, reports RIA News.




As previously reported, the Association for Assistance to Defense Enterprises Association put on its Internet voting its proposal to name the lane, where the diplomatic mission of Turkey is located, after the name of Oleg Peshkov, a Su-24 pilot, who died in Syria.

“I have a positive attitude. The man sacrificed his life for a just cause. I will support such an initiative, ”the head of the commission said, noting that“ the renaming would be symbolic against the background of deteriorating relations between Russia and Turkey. ”

He noted that the rest of the deputies can support this initiative. “In the coming years, a lot of such renames have been made,” added Lavrenov.

Relations between the two countries deteriorated sharply after a Turkish bomber shot down a Turkish plane in November. Vladimir Putin called this hostile move "a stab in the back." Later a decree was signed “On measures to ensure the national security of the Russian Federation and to protect citizens of the Russian Federation from criminal and other unlawful actions and to apply special economic measures against the Republic of Turkey”.
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  1. Vasya_Piterskiy
    Vasya_Piterskiy 4 February 2016 11: 07 New
    46
    Good decision. I support! And put a monument against the embassy.
    1. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 4 February 2016 11: 10 New
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      Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
      And put a monument against the embassy.

      Necessarily! And one more - "Putin is tearing the mouth of Erdogan." This is not a joke, colleagues. I really would like to see such a sculpture
      1. Vasya_Piterskiy
        Vasya_Piterskiy 4 February 2016 11: 13 New
        -4
        Yeah! Or a pissing boy with Erdogan's face! laughing
        1. Pravdarm
          Pravdarm 4 February 2016 11: 16 New
          39
          Well, why such vulgarities! The monument to Suvorov in the battle of the battle with the Turks could be put in a reminder (with a hint) of the war of 1787-1791 with Turkey with the aim of returning the Crimea and other territories. Victory of the Russian troops under the command of A. V. Suvorov.
          1. Lissyara
            Lissyara 4 February 2016 11: 20 New
            +7
            I repeat ...
            As it is in philosophy ... Everything in circles and in a spiral develops-repeats.
            We write a list of surnames:
            - Ushakov F.F., admiral
            - Nakhimov P.S., Admiral
            - Bondarev V.N., Colonel General
            1. Lissyara
              Lissyara 4 February 2016 12: 27 New
              -1
              3 top-secret aircraft arrived in the ATS, stuffed with electronics. INFA is secret.
              One A-50U. Guess the rest)))
          2. Scraptor
            Scraptor 4 February 2016 11: 28 New
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            And where let the consulate in Tataria on Salah-Ed-Din street get mad, he was a Kurdish nationality, or in the area of ​​the Kurdish Workers Party, or maybe even in the Armenian Boulevard laughing
            1. Beard
              Beard 4 February 2016 13: 00 New
              0
              What for? Better in the street. Suvorov, in St. Petersburg - st. Ushakova, in Novorossiysk - st. Skobelev.
              1. Lissyara
                Lissyara 4 February 2016 14: 24 New
                0
                And in Sevastopol Nakhimov Square.
          3. Igor F.
            Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 33 New
            +1
            Here I agree with you! The right decision would be!
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            2. bulvas
              bulvas 4 February 2016 11: 36 New
              +5
              Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
              Yeah! Or a pissing boy with Erdogan's face! laughing


              This is not necessary, but a couple of cafe restaurants

              "Boar and beer" or

              "Pork shashlik"

              (the main thing is that the smell is good)

              you can open nearby
              1. bulvas
                bulvas 4 February 2016 11: 45 New
                -4
                And generally speaking,

                if not for the Bolsheviks,

                the straits would be ours and

                Constantinople would be ours,

                and Turkey was nothing, and no one would know the names of its leaders,

                and the Black Sea would be called correctly - Russian Sea





                (I’ll add a little light, otherwise the discussion is boring ...)
                fellow
                1. bulvas
                  bulvas 4 February 2016 12: 02 New
                  -8
                  Interesting,
                  who wouldn’t want the straits to be ours and our pilots would not die

                  in Syria or elsewhere from the treacherous attacks of various "regional

                  powers "?

                  Who would not want any donalds of cookies and other troughs to enter the Russian Sea only with a courtesy visit to Sevastopol.

                  - who is this, only as the secret enemy of Russia - the follower of the Bolsheviks?

                  1. Temples
                    Temples 4 February 2016 12: 19 New
                    +9
                    And in general, if not for the Bolsheviks, the straits would be ours and
                    Constantinople would be ours,

                    Kerensky and his interim government were not Bolsheviks.
                    They are democrats and liberals.
                    The country was surrendered by these "figures" to the songs of the Entente.
                    The Bolsheviks still did not smell.
                    Then you sir have missed with their hatred of the Bolsheviks.
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                    2. bulvas
                      bulvas 4 February 2016 12: 28 New
                      -2
                      Quote: Temples
                      And in general, if not for the Bolsheviks, the straits would be ours and
                      Constantinople would be ours,

                      Kerensky and his interim government were not Bolsheviks.
                      They are democrats and liberals.
                      The country was surrendered by these "figures" to the songs of the Entente.
                      The Bolsheviks still did not smell.
                      Then you sir have missed with their hatred of the Bolsheviks.


                      No need to lie, dear.

                      The first party congress, at which the creation of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party was announced, was held in Minsk in 1898.


                      It was convened at the initiative of the St. Petersburg Union of Struggle for the Emancipation of the Working Class, led by V.I. Ulyanov (Lenin)



                      London the congress of the RSDLP (also the Fifth Congress of the RSDLP) was held on April 30 (May 13) - May 19 (June 1), 1907 in London. Five fractions were represented at the congress: the Mensheviks,
                      Bolsheviks ...


                      Please note, LONDON, that's where the legs grow from!
                      Our girlfriend, an Englishwoman, would never miss such a chance to spoil Russia

                      The Americans did exactly the same in the 80s, created Alkaida against the USSR in Afghanistan



                      It was the Bolsheviks who carried out propaganda among the soldiers and sailors, called for "bayonets in the ground", kill officers and seize ships.

                      It was Lenin who put forward the slogan
                      "Let us turn the imperialist war into a civil war, "
                      those. turn the weapon against our citizens and stand with our backs to the enemy



                    3. VOLCHOXURAL
                      VOLCHOXURAL 4 February 2016 12: 34 New
                      +2
                      Quote: Temples
                      And in general, if not for the Bolsheviks, the straits would be ours and
                      Constantinople would be ours,

                      Kerensky and his interim government were not Bolsheviks.
                      They are democrats and liberals.
                      The country was surrendered by these "figures" to the songs of the Entente.
                      The Bolsheviks still did not smell.
                      Then you sir have missed with their hatred of the Bolsheviks.

                      Yeah, I'm also amazed at such "experts" of history. Those who study according to the training manuals of the State Department, and for them Lenin, Stalin and the Bolsheviks are sworn enemies, so they throw mud at them for generations!
                      Look here is this uv. bulvas -
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                      2. bulvas
                        bulvas 4 February 2016 12: 40 New
                        -5
                        Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
                        Yeah, I'm also amazed at such "experts" of history. Those who study according to the training manuals of the State Department, and for them Lenin, Stalin and the Bolsheviks are sworn enemies, so they throw mud at them for generations!


                        "according to the State Department manuals"

                        - Another demagogue. At least understand what it is?
                        and where does the State Department?

                        Do not meddle in a conversation where adults speak, mom didn’t tell you that?

                        There is something to answer - answer, on your labels the glue has dried for a long time, do not stick

                        I didn’t say a word about Stalin, in that situation, he saved the country.

                        Watch your cartoons yourself, don't litter the space

                      3. VOLCHOXURAL
                        VOLCHOXURAL 4 February 2016 13: 31 New
                        +3
                        Quote: bulvas
                        - Another demagogue.

                        ?? belay Here you are brought and respected lol The only demagogue here today is just you! yes
                        And on account
                        Quote: bulvas
                        Watch your cartoons yourself, don't litter the space

                        It’s you in relation to people who are more competent in such matters than we are, and even more so you, so it’s just that you have to go to your mother so that she guides you on the true path! laughing
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                      5. bulvas
                        bulvas 4 February 2016 13: 50 New
                        -2
                        Quote: VOLCHONOKSURALA
                        Quote: bulvas
                        - Another demagogue.

                        ?? belay Here you are brought and respected lol The only demagogue here today is just you! yes
                        And on account
                        Quote: bulvas
                        Watch your cartoons yourself, don't litter the space

                        It’s you in relation to people who are more competent in such matters than we are, and even more so you, so it’s just that you have to go to your mother so that she guides you on the true path! laughing


                        And in the case, what do you say?

                        Not the Bolsheviks signed the Brest Peace and surrendered vast territories to the Germans?

                        Not the Bolsheviks (revolutionary sailors) raised riots on ships and deprived the fleets of combat capability?

                        Is it not because of the Bolsheviks that Yudenich stopped the successful offensive on the Caucasian front, which was directed against Turkey?

                        What is demagoguery?

                        This is all from the textbooks on the History of the CPSU (if you don’t know, there were such books in the USSR), and not from the "State Department manuals"

                        Or can you only use emoticons?

                        Into account of proposed links or other materials
                        - write something worthwhile in the comment that inspires confidence, then it will make sense to spend time on the materials you have proposed

            3. Beard
              Beard 4 February 2016 13: 01 New
              0
              If grandmother had pedals, then it would not be grandmother but a bicycle.
            4. South Ural
              South Ural 4 February 2016 14: 11 New
              0
              Sorry, here I recommend to study the history of the First World War (it was there that Russia hatched such plans). The implementation was bad. Otherwise, we would not be in the Entente ... In time, the decision of the country's leaders on changes (modernization) must be taken, then there will be no tragedies!
              1. bulvas
                bulvas 4 February 2016 14: 46 New
                -2
                Quote: South Ural
                Sorry, here I recommend to study the history of the First World War (it was there that Russia hatched such plans). The implementation was bad. Otherwise, we would not be in the Entente ... In time, the decision of the country's leaders on changes (modernization) must be taken, then there will be no tragedies!


                I agree that there were problems in the state, but the Entente won!
                And Russia would be among the winners, and would gain control of the straits
                and would not lose territory.

                And "Ilya Muromets" was only in Russia, and radio was invented in Russia, and "Noviki" - the best destroyers at that time were built in Russia

                But at the same time, the Bolsheviks, instead of helping the country (for example, campaigning for patriotism at the front and rear, urging workers to work for the front in 3 shifts), destroyed it, organized strikes and strikes at factories, the railway, agitated soldiers and sailors speak out against the commanders.

                Is this normal in a warring country?

                Like jackals, they chose the moment when the country was weakened and destroyed it.

                Someone doubt that this is a diversion against the state?


                Therefore, all the blame for the tragedy with Russia lies entirely on them.

                As Zhirinovsky vividly said:

                - "The Russian army would have entered Berlin then, would not have allowed Hitler to come to power, and there would have been 500 million of us now, strong and healthy."
                1. sergo1914
                  sergo1914 4 February 2016 15: 41 New
                  0
                  While in tsarist Russia the best destroyers in the world were doing, the remaining naval powers built battleships.

                  "But at the same time, the Bolsheviks, instead of helping the country (for example, agitating for patriotism at the front and in the rear, calling on workers to work for the front in 3 shifts), destroyed it, staged strikes and strikes in factories, the railway, agitated soldiers and sailors to oppose the commanders. "
                  Is it in February-March 1917? When did the grand dukes with red bows parade through the streets?

                  Why not at school? Quarantine?
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                  2. bulvas
                    bulvas 4 February 2016 16: 14 New
                    -1
                    Quote: sergo1914
                    While in tsarist Russia the best destroyers in the world were doing, the remaining naval powers built battleships.

                    "But at the same time, the Bolsheviks, instead of helping the country (for example, agitating for patriotism at the front and in the rear, calling on workers to work for the front in 3 shifts), destroyed it, staged strikes and strikes in factories, the railway, agitated soldiers and sailors to oppose the commanders. "
                    Is it in February-March 1917? When did the grand dukes with red bows parade through the streets?

                    Why not at school? Quarantine?


                    The perfect example of Bolshevik demagogy was obtained -

                    to joke about the school added "fact from history"

                    What did they write? what thought?
                    There was no agitation of the Bolsheviks at the front?
                    There were no strikes, strikes and other things?

                    Look for Soviet films about the revolution.

                    Battleships, destroyers ...
                    - they built what they could, what really happened, but the Bolsheviks didn’t merit in this, they only interfere - this is a fact
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      2. soldat74
        soldat74 4 February 2016 17: 12 New
        0
        Well, if you put monuments to all the great Russians, the winners of the Turks. Then on this street will not go not pass. I think it will be enough to put advertising banners with the image of our great commanders.
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 4 February 2016 11: 26 New
      0
      Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
      Yeah! Or a pissing boy with Erdogan's face! laughing

      in the face...
    3. aszzz888
      aszzz888 4 February 2016 11: 29 New
      -2
      Vasya_Piterskiy RU Today, 11:13 ↑ New
      Yeah! Or a pissing boy with Erdogan's face! laughing


      In the sense of "pissing boy" IN THE FACE OF ERDOGAN !!! I agree. laughing
      1. Vasya_Piterskiy
        Vasya_Piterskiy 4 February 2016 11: 40 New
        +1
        Well, why in the face! In fact, Erdogan behaves like a boy who is scared! From this and pissing!
    4. Scraptor
      Scraptor 4 February 2016 11: 30 New
      -2
      ataturk dressed not according to gender
    5. aleks700
      aleks700 4 February 2016 11: 31 New
      -1

      Yeah! Or a pissing boy with Erdogan's face!
      Manneken Pis on Erdogan's face.
    6. KVS
      KVS 4 February 2016 21: 52 New
      0
      on the face of Erdogan ......
  • iConst
    iConst 4 February 2016 11: 12 New
    +6
    Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
    Good decision. I support! And put a monument against the embassy.

    - In fact, they have been discussing it in Kiev for a long time already - they want to rename the Vozduhoflotsky Avenue, where the Russian Embassy is located, to Nemtsov.

    I understand that this is a dirty wall - this is the Turkish embassy.
    They will repair at our expense. De-bills, m ...

    With posters - yes, but to crap and break the glass ...
    1. lelikas
      lelikas 4 February 2016 11: 17 New
      +2
      Quote: iConst
      So ... you understand.

      Comparison of the not-so-very Germans is just a turd and the people of Kiev will get another turd street. Why do Muscovites need seven Rostov lanes? A good thing.
    2. Bulrumeb
      Bulrumeb 4 February 2016 11: 24 New
      -2
      I understand that this is a dirty wall - this is the Turkish embassy.
      They will repair at our expense. De-bills, m ...


      It’s unlikely at our expense, since it was done by unidentified persons, and therefore maybe not citizens of the Russian Federation at all
      1. Berg berg
        Berg berg 4 February 2016 11: 32 New
        +2
        I assure you, as one who knows this business! Repair will be carried out at the expense of taxes of residents of Moscow!
        1. Scraptor
          Scraptor 4 February 2016 12: 01 New
          0
          probably all the same Federal ... and in 1999 in America, too, did not have to throw?
  • Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 4 February 2016 11: 12 New
    +1
    Excellent ! Lane named after the pilot O. Peshkov! To avoid ambiguous interpretations!
    1. avt
      avt 4 February 2016 11: 19 New
      +1
      Quote: Starover_Z
      Lane named after the pilot O. Peshkov!

      Instead of Rostov 7? Well this is normal and even really
      Quote: Starover_Z
      Fine !
      good And Rostov lanes in Moscow are not offended - they will not disappear from the city map, another 3 license plates will remain smile .
      1. Lissyara
        Lissyara 4 February 2016 11: 21 New
        +1
        Best "Lieutenant Colonel Peshkov"
    2. kil 31
      kil 31 4 February 2016 11: 53 New
      +1
      Quote: Starover_Z
      Excellent ! Lane named after the pilot O. Peshkov! To avoid ambiguous interpretations!

      There is hardly any other interpretation. Now no one remembers the name of Gorky.
      1. dauria
        dauria 4 February 2016 12: 20 New
        +2
        Now no one remembers the name of Gorky.



        smile Nizhny Novgorod residents even know the name of their grandfather. "Kashirin's house" has not gone anywhere.
        1. kil 31
          kil 31 4 February 2016 18: 42 New
          0
          Quote: dauria
          Now no one remembers the name of Gorky.



          smile Nizhny Novgorod residents even know the name of their grandfather. "Kashirin's house" has not gone anywhere.

          Well, you compared Nizhny Novgorod. This is their great writer, who, like several times, was hardly given the Nobel Prize. Naturally, they are proud of him. I meant in the total population of the Russian Federation.
      2. avt
        avt 4 February 2016 12: 20 New
        +1
        Quote: keel 31
        There is hardly any other interpretation. Now no one remembers the name of Gorky.

        Aha laughing Especially when you consider that he was called Maxim during LIFE, and he signed it, M. Gorky, and as he used to say - Methuselah, or Mordecai - guess for yourself. laughing
        1. kil 31
          kil 31 4 February 2016 18: 45 New
          0
          Quote: avt
          Quote: keel 31
          There is hardly any other interpretation. Now no one remembers the name of Gorky.

          Aha laughing Especially when you consider that he was called Maxim during LIFE, and he signed it, M. Gorky, and as he used to say - Methuselah, or Mordecai - guess for yourself. laughing

          Well, he still has the humor. He loved to joke. It seems he was named in honor of his father, he is maximovich.
  • _Lexa_
    _Lexa_ 4 February 2016 11: 22 New
    0
    I fully support this idea. Turkey has stained itself for centuries!
    1. iConst
      iConst 4 February 2016 11: 56 New
      -1
      Quote: _Lexa_
      Turkey has stained itself for centuries!

      - If it were not for the substantial support of the Bolsheviks in 20-21 of the last century, maybe Turkey would not exist within such borders.
      1. Scraptor
        Scraptor 4 February 2016 12: 05 New
        0
        Well, probably it was for this and that this "ulcer" was further ... The Bolsheviks were then anti-Russian. Back in 1936, immediately before the purges, they managed to adopt this wrecking Montreux convention, which, with the strengthening of coastal aviation, on the contrary, became unnecessary, and we were limited by the passage to the Mediterranean and not the Turks and everyone else.
  • Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 4 February 2016 11: 26 New
    +2
    The Moscow City Duma deputy supported the initiative to name the lane where the Turkish embassy is located, the name of the pilot Peshkov
    Where do I sign?
  • sever.56
    sever.56 4 February 2016 11: 07 New
    +4
    I think this is the correct proposal. The name of the hero pilot must be immortalized. Let the Turks receive mail at the address: - "Oleg Peshkov's lane", so that, opening the mail, they read the name of the one whom they meanly killed.
    The Syrian sculptor created a bust of Oleg and wants him to be installed in Russia.
    It would be great to install this bust in the alley named after Oleg Peshkov.
  • Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 4 February 2016 11: 07 New
    +1
    Great idea, the Turks will be very happy :)
    1. Lissyara
      Lissyara 4 February 2016 11: 17 New
      0
      I estimate the state of the guys, the boys of the officers who sit behind the displays of the C400 (precisely behind the displays, not "glasses").
      Turkish Air Force is forbidden to approach the border at 15 km. The nearest one was caught at 17 km.
      1. Lissyara
        Lissyara 4 February 2016 12: 47 New
        0
        Clever man with a minus!
        You sat behind the "point" at the Turn 5K34 or 50C6 or A-50, when the four of 31 "hangs" in the sky. And in the "fit" a pair of 27s.
    2. askort154
      askort154 4 February 2016 12: 00 New
      +1
      Mikhail Krapivin .... A smart idea, the Turks will be very happy :)


      You could say that without sarcasm. In my opinion, the idea is stupid. We must look at the back of the coin. This will flatter Turkish pride, their embassy is located on the street of a Russian pilot shot down by them, and the Russians are happy about it. If you ask Oleg Peshkov now, would he like the Turkish Embassy to be located on his street? I think the answer would be unequivocal -
      NO!
  • aviator1913
    aviator1913 4 February 2016 11: 10 New
    +1
    In Ukraine, it seems, the street where the Russian embassy is located was renamed into the street "Volunteer battalions". Now we are doing this with the Turkish Embassy. What can I say, the fraternal peoples have always been alike .. As if the renaming of the streets would change something.
    1. valday
      valday 4 February 2016 11: 14 New
      -1
      Quote: aviator1913
      In Ukraine, it seems, the street where the Russian embassy is located was renamed into the street "Volunteer battalions". Now we are doing this with the Turkish Embassy. What can I say, the fraternal peoples have always been alike .. As if the renaming of the streets would change something.

      Let it be an eternal reminder to the Turks of their meanness.
      1. iConst
        iConst 4 February 2016 11: 35 New
        0
        Quote: valday
        Let it be an eternal reminder to the Turks of their meanness.
        -Eternal, say.
        Well, they’ll go to another street. And rename that?

        Guys, this is petty trolling.
        Forever no one will fight. And then, much later, this may not be in our favor.
    2. valday
      valday 4 February 2016 11: 14 New
      0
      Quote: aviator1913
      In Ukraine, it seems, the street where the Russian embassy is located was renamed into the street "Volunteer battalions". Now we are doing this with the Turkish Embassy. What can I say, the fraternal peoples have always been alike .. As if the renaming of the streets would change something.

      Let it be an eternal reminder to the Turks of their meanness.
    3. Igor F.
      Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 39 New
      +2
      It will not change, but it will be a constant reminder to them that the Turks did so meanly !!
    4. Luga
      Luga 4 February 2016 11: 39 New
      +3
      Quote: aviator1913
      In Ukraine, it seems, the street where the Russian embassy is located was renamed into the street "Volunteer battalions". Now we are doing this with the Turkish Embassy. What can I say, the fraternal peoples have always been alike .. As if the renaming of the streets would change something.


      I agree. I generally oppose any renaming. Who builds the streets, he calls them. Now in Moscow and in St. Petersburg and in other cities, they are building a lot, why not name the new streets with the names of new heroes, instead of renaming the streets? Moreover, in my opinion, renaming streets in the capital of our Motherland due to some Turks is a lot of honor to these very Turks. Low level trolling.
      1. aviator1913
        aviator1913 4 February 2016 11: 46 New
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        Moreover, in my opinion, renaming streets in the capital of our Motherland due to some Turks is a lot of honor to these very Turks. Low level trolling.


        Yes, PR is just for a deputy, I would not be surprised if he proposes to turn the street with the American embassy into the street of the "Huge US national debt" or something like that, as if there is no other job in the country besides renaming ...
  • faridg7
    faridg7 4 February 2016 11: 11 New
    +3
    Maybe it would be better to make the building of the Turkish embassy personalized, and the Turkish embassy somewhere in Tiksi together with the staff? Well, for example, I would be somehow indifferent, what is the name of the street on which the Russian Embassy in Ukraine or Turkey is located, I think the Turks also do not care. But to send the ambassador with his retinue to a place where the most beautiful girl is a polar bear and in summer it is not warm in a coat - that would be painful. And that's where the street is called "the dead end of Turkish treachery" or "the lane of the omitted"
    1. Yak-3P
      Yak-3P 4 February 2016 11: 37 New
      0
      this is a good idea .. as an option in the village of Mirny laughing so that iPhones froze ..
      1. faridg7
        faridg7 4 February 2016 20: 03 New
        +1
        Well, to see someone from the Turkish embassy is reading us, he noted me as a minus sign; he does not want to pack his bags and feverishly buy warm clothes laughing
  • Tusv
    Tusv 4 February 2016 11: 14 New
    0
    With a light sign. Peshkova street house number 0
  • valday
    valday 4 February 2016 11: 16 New
    -3
    Quote: Starover_Z
    Excellent ! Lane named after the pilot O. Peshkov! To avoid ambiguous interpretations!

    I think we need a more complete name: the lane named after Hero of Russia pilot O. Peshkov meanly killed by the Turkish military during the counter-terrorist operation in Syria.
    1. Igor F.
      Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 43 New
      +2
      Well, a long name is useless .. But a commemorative plaque reminiscent of who the street was named after would not hurt.
  • McLuha-MacLeod
    McLuha-MacLeod 4 February 2016 11: 17 New
    0
    You can also do this - "Antiuretsky Lane"
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 4 February 2016 11: 34 New
      +2
      better Armenian ... laughing
    2. Igor F.
      Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 47 New
      0
      So on this lane not only the Embassy is located! How, for example, will the inhabitants who are registered on this lane take this not quite harmonious name?
  • aviator1913
    aviator1913 4 February 2016 11: 18 New
    +5
    By the way, the topic is on the topwar, where it is discussed that the street with the Russian Embassy was renamed into the street of Volunteer battalions http://topwar.ru/81852-v-kieve-dekommunizirovali-ulicu-panfilovcev.html. The same eggs only in profile. It’s a good idea to name a street in Peshkov’s hometown, to rename it because of the embassy - idiocy, a cheap way of self-PR and nothing more.
  • Funnels
    Funnels 4 February 2016 11: 20 New
    +4
    With two hands ZA.A Ukraine-bridge to them. American President, Nemtsov Street, Novodvorskaya Square (or Akhedzhakovo), Makarevich Boulevard .... Kaakya Country-such and heroes. Pawns is our hero.
  • Rokossovsky
    Rokossovsky 4 February 2016 11: 24 New
    +3
    Moscow City Duma deputy supported the initiative to name the lane where the Turkish Embassy is located, on behalf of the pilot Peshkov

    Yeah! And tomorrow or the day after, let’s say Erdogan will be thrown off, a normal president will be chosen and relations with Turkey will be improved. What then? Rename back ?! By God, a kindergarten!
    We laugh at the Ukrainians, and we do the same thing ourselves! No.
    1. Igor F.
      Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 49 New
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      So the name will be absolutely neutral to Turkey .. And what is Erdogan here?
      1. Rokossovsky
        Rokossovsky 4 February 2016 12: 12 New
        +1
        So the name for Turkey will be absolutely neutral

        And, that is, in your opinion, the name of the pilot shot down by a Turkish fighter, because of which the military conflict between the two countries almost happened, has nothing to do with it? Oh well...
        And in general ... To arrange trolling on blood is simply blasphemous! A bunch of idiots pushed a disgusting idea, some deputy decided to promote it, and you all screamed in ecstasy: "Oh, what a great fellow we are! How we will beat these Turks!" What's the use of this ?!
        Correctly, someone above said that it would be better to erect a monument or a bust at home, or call the street - this will really be a tribute to the Hero! And it’s better to help the families of Peshkov, Pozynich, the military adviser killed on February 2, if there is nowhere to give money!
  • triglav
    triglav 4 February 2016 11: 24 New
    +1
    I am for. First, perpetuate the name of the Hero. And secondly, this lane can be renamed painlessly, as it is simply a license plate.
    1. Igor F.
      Igor F. 4 February 2016 11: 52 New
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      Yeah, how much will it cost? Change forms, change passports in the passports to local residents, order new seals ..
      1. Uncle VasyaSayapin
        Uncle VasyaSayapin 4 February 2016 12: 33 New
        -1
        Come on, here people write "... so he's just numbered." Are we just brothers of Ukrainian degenerates? I think that we should not be equal to some cattle in an attempt to enlighten others.
  • sgg
    sgg 4 February 2016 11: 24 New
    0
    It looks a little serious, but done.
  • avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 4 February 2016 11: 29 New
    +6
    proposal to name the lane where the Turkish diplomatic mission is located, the name of the pilot Su-24 Oleg Peshkov who died in Syria.
    But is this lane necessary ??? So that these scum trampled the asphalt of the alley of the name, they still do not understand a damn thing. It is better to think about a monument in the homeland and in the school where he studied ...
  • Humpty
    Humpty 4 February 2016 11: 32 New
    +3
    In Kharkov, Oleg Peshkov will not be erected a monument, and in Kant, the street will most likely not be named after him. His name must be immortalized in the homeland. Opposite the Turkish Embassy, ​​it would be worth putting a stone with a quote, well, you understand which one.
  • Pete mitchell
    Pete mitchell 4 February 2016 11: 33 New
    +7
    A very correct idea. After all, Lavrov just said - we will not forget.
    You also need to find this goat who gives out the interview and return it 200m home, that will be very correct.

    Comrades oligarchs, it seems the time is coming when Turkey can be bought in pieces at a low price - do not oversleep, then you won’t have to fight
  • Ros 56
    Ros 56 4 February 2016 11: 34 New
    -1
    And the truth should be renamed, well, what a name "7th Rostov ...", and why not 19th Uryupinsky. And to refresh the memory of the Turks every day.
  • sl22277
    sl22277 4 February 2016 11: 37 New
    +1
    In my opinion the most important thing. That we would not forget about this feat. And those in power too. And they did not forget about the hero’s family. And I think it’s not so important whether it will be renamed the street or the construction of the monument.
  • avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 4 February 2016 11: 38 New
    +1
    Quote: Humpty
    In Kharkov, Oleg Peshkov will not be erected a monument, and in Kant, the street will most likely not be named after him. His name must be immortalized in the homeland. Opposite the Turkish Embassy, ​​it would be worth putting a stone with a quote, well, you understand which one.


    Amendments are accepted. Everything should be reasonable.
  • ivanych
    ivanych 4 February 2016 11: 50 New
    0
    ... and you asked Peshkov: Would he wish there was a fucking embassy, ​​especially Turkish, in the alley named after him? .... something is wrong with this venture.
  • Pacifist
    Pacifist 4 February 2016 11: 50 New
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    And a monument to the Armenian Genocide opposite the entrance. To tear them to the British flag.
  • Manul
    Manul 4 February 2016 11: 57 New
    +1
    All would be renamed. The new street must be called that. And such a small trolling .. I think it's not serious. This is not in the name of the pilot, but "so that the Turks feel bad."
  • Mihail55
    Mihail55 4 February 2016 12: 05 New
    +2
    This is of course an injection to the embassy ... but in this situation, after another vile KILLING of our military adviser (the trail leads back to Turkey) - the best option would be to pack the staff of this institution. How much can you face?
  • olegkrava
    olegkrava 4 February 2016 12: 08 New
    +1
    Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
    Leader of the commission on monumental art Lev Lavrenov supported the initiative to rename the lane in which the Turkish embassy is located, in honor of the Hero of Russia Oleg Peshkov

    In a normal country, after what happened, not a lane, but the area where our pilot was shot down would be turned into a wasteland, then trees would be planted and a kindergarten would be built.
    Quote: Vasya_Piterskiy
    Good decision. I support! And put a monument against the embassy.
  • Stinger
    Stinger 4 February 2016 12: 08 New
    +3
    Well, go trepachki rinse the name of the Hero. The main thing is to PR Kozlov Lane is the very name of the location of the Turkish Embassy.
  • BOB044
    BOB044 4 February 2016 12: 16 New
    0
    Correctly need to rename.
  • MSL
    MSL 4 February 2016 12: 17 New
    0
    SYRIAN OPPOSITION KILLS 8 SYRIAN AND RUSSIAN GENERALS 888eye2
    04.02.2016
    Syrian opposition kills 8 Syrian and Russian generals
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    According to the Gordon news agency, the Syrian opposition launched an attack near Turkmandag, 15 soldiers of the Syrian and Russian army were killed as a result of the attack, among the dead, according to a source, there were 8 generals.

    It is reported that the attack on officers of the Russian and Syrian army occurred during a meeting of the military to discuss the further development of the operation in the area.

    The publication claims that among the 15 dead military there were 4 Syrian and 4 Russian generals. Among the military of the Russian Federation was one lieutenant general “Yuri”, coordinating the attack on the Turkmandagi and another 3 major generals, whose names are not named. Unlike the names of the command of the army of Bashar al-Assad - Amed Munzur, Ali Jabir and Ali Umran, but the identity of the last fourth general is not reported.

    Where such information came from Gordon is unknown. All this is more like a fake.

    Yaroslav Krasko

    Photo: news-front.info


    ??? Fake ???
  • Sergey Vladimirovich
    Sergey Vladimirovich 4 February 2016 12: 28 New
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    It is right! With two hands FOR !!!
  • In..
    In.. 4 February 2016 12: 32 New
    0
    Still, rename Turkey to DAISHoglu ..
  • ARES623
    ARES623 4 February 2016 12: 33 New
    +1
    The election campaign for the electorate began. And what trifles, it is necessary to rename Moscow. Weak? This is a joke if anyone does not understand. But seriously, I want to say that the downed Su-24 is not a joke. The name of the deceased for the interests of the Motherland is sacred enough to be used as a rag for the bull. It is probably more appropriate to cut the staff of the Turkish embassy and consular service in the Russian Federation. Measures against Turkey must be real and effective. No need to be likened to Bandera, who are ready to change the names of everything and everything for any reason, this is not serious.
    1. KBR109
      KBR109 4 February 2016 13: 41 New
      +2
      Monument to the pilot opposite the main entrance to the embassy - and there is no need to rename anything. Residents of inconvenience should not be with the replacement of documents.
    2. Mr shrek
      Mr shrek 4 February 2016 14: 04 New
      0
      But do not be respected.
      We honor the memory of heroes. In this case, Oleg Peshkov, who died protecting the world from evil. And he died from a vile stab in the back.
      It is not necessary to equate it with the Bandera scumbags, which destroy the civilian population for the sake of their ambitions. Let them do what they want there, even fat to the heroes, even to the heroes of the fat.
      Our pilot died for a just cause, from a treacherous blow, so he is worthy that everyone in Russia would know his name.
      1. KBR109
        KBR109 4 February 2016 14: 11 New
        +1
        Thousands heroically died in Afghanistan and Chechnya. Dozens continue to die and are now in anti-terror operations. ARE THEY NOT WORTH?
  • afrikanez
    afrikanez 4 February 2016 14: 45 New
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    That would be just great. With both hands "FOR" good It would not be a bad reminder while there was a Turkish embassy in Moscow!
  • gorgo
    gorgo 4 February 2016 15: 43 New
    +2
    I don’t understand, this Lev Lavrenov finished one deputy school with our national patriots, or what? It feels like the same people write scripts for both Ukrainian and Russian deputies ... They shouted at us to name the street with the Russian embassy not in honor of Bandera, not even anyone ... Now in Russia the same topic ... What is that? It smelled not of the Russian spirit ...
  • beer-youk
    beer-youk 4 February 2016 16: 28 New
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    Quote: bulvas
    - write something worthwhile in the comment that inspires confidence, then it will make sense to spend time on the materials you have proposed


    Judging by your comments, only materials published in English-speaking countries deserve trust (regardless of the language of publication).
  • KBR109
    KBR109 4 February 2016 16: 32 New
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    Precisely - the main thing is to crow - and then even though the grass does not grow. We had another deputy - he suggested that the Kremlin be repainted in white - this is historically more correct. Well, there is nothing for people to do !!!