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Ministry of Finance: Russia paid off the remaining debt from the USSR to Kuwait

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Russia extinguished the debt of the former USSR to Kuwait in the amount of $ 1, 72 billion, including interest, transfers TASS Post Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.


Ministry of Finance: Russia paid off the remaining debt from the USSR to Kuwait


The press service of the ministry noted that “the principal debt in the amount of $ 1,1 billion was repaid in cash, and the debt on accrued interest in the amount of $ 620 million was supplied by Russian high-tech products”.

The Finance Ministry explained that this “debt to Kuwait arose as a result of attracting financial loans from the Kuwaiti side in 1991, the former USSR, in order to fulfill current financial obligations, as well as to pay for“ critical ”imports.

According to the agency, today "the outstanding debt of Russia for the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, and also Bosnia and Herzegovina" remains.
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  1. Petrof
    Petrof 21 May 2016 08: 02
    +41
    Russia's debt under the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina. ”//

    how is it so - and Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina did exist during the USSR?
    and why no one forgives us debts
    1. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 21 May 2016 08: 05
      +39
      Wow. Tagged around the world was torn instead of putting things in order in the economy of the USSR.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 21 May 2016 08: 15
        +53
        Judas Gorbachev at the same time refused 100 billion marks that the Germans offered as compensation for the withdrawal of the GSVG. But the camel drivers did not hesitate to take money from the grandmother, the bastard.
        1. samoletil18
          samoletil18 21 May 2016 18: 23
          -2
          Gobachev received this loan for the surrender of Iraq. And he could use the situation for the benefit of the motherland.
      2. sherp2015
        sherp2015 21 May 2016 08: 37
        +5
        Quote: oleg-gr
        Wow. Tagged around the world was torn instead of putting things in order in the economy of the USSR.

        And we will only repay debts to everyone.
        We have nowhere to get money
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 21 May 2016 09: 00
          +41
          According to the agency, today "the outstanding debt of Russia for the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, and also Bosnia and Herzegovina" remains.

          But did the USSR take loans from Macedonia and Bosnia? fellow In those days it was the republic of the SFRY. request Humpbacked bastard and heaped a bunch of crap. negative
      3. Vend
        Vend 23 May 2016 09: 46
        +1
        Quote: oleg-gr
        Wow. Tagged around the world was torn instead of putting things in order in the economy of the USSR.

        The legacy of 90's, we have been raking for more than 20 years.
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    3. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 21 May 2016 08: 05
      +26
      Quote: Petrof
      and why no one forgives us debts

      But we forgive everyone. But because
      1. Petrof
        Petrof 21 May 2016 08: 09
        +24
        this slogan would be nice to ban - for idiotic
        only an individual can be generous - for your money
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        2. BLOND
          BLOND 21 May 2016 08: 28
          +8
          The slogan of the company Nestle ...
      2. Very old
        Very old 21 May 2016 08: 32
        +5
        Well, why am I not Kuwait?

        I have no debts to the state ...
        And it forgave me everything
      3. Aleksandr1959
        Aleksandr1959 21 May 2016 10: 11
        +2
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        Quote: Petrof
        and why no one forgives us debts

        But we forgive everyone. But because


        And all because:
        "Russia" - the Soviet and Russian chocolate factory, founded in 1969; located in Samara. Since 1995, owned by the Swiss company Nestlé.
        As of the 2010s, the factory produces more than 170 types of products under the brands “Russia is a generous soul!”
      4. samoletil18
        samoletil18 21 May 2016 18: 25
        +1
        Brand owner is a Swiss company.
    4. sgazeev
      sgazeev 21 May 2016 08: 08
      +10
      Quote: Petrof
      Russia's debt under the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina. ”//

      how is it so - and Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina did exist during the USSR?
      and why no one forgives us debts

      But we forgive the debts of the former members of the USSR, famously twist.
      1. CORNET
        CORNET 21 May 2016 08: 15
        +6
        Come on guys, we will return everything back ... Debt is sacred and it is right that we gave it back! And then we'll figure out what .. hi
        “Do not hope that once you take advantage of Russia's weakness, you will receive dividends forever. Russians always come for their money. And when they come - do not rely on the Jesuit agreements that you have signed, supposedly justifying you.

        (Otto von Bismarck)
      2. LÄRZ
        LÄRZ 21 May 2016 08: 30
        +1
        Quote: sgazeev
        But we forgive the debts of the former members of the USSR, famously twist.

        Probably this has its own reason. Here is one of the opinions:
        It is clear that Uzbekistan was unlikely to ever be able to repay such an impressive debt, some of the payments on which were also overdue or not recognized at all. In this case, this same debt was an unnecessary brake on the development of bilateral relations. The parties went to the settlement of mutual claims, as you understand, for a reason. Russia and Uzbekistan intend to increase cooperation in various fields - from industry to agriculture. And for us, the implementation of these bilateral projects is much more profitable than eternal quarrels over who and whom after the collapse of the USSR should remain. Moscow’s decision to write off the debt to Tashkent was also dictated by geopolitical considerations. After all, the situation in the world is unstable, we see this on the example of Ukraine, Nagorno-Karabakh and Syria. In this regard, Russia is very interested in ensuring that everything is calm in the republics of Central Asia and that local governments are not hostile to Moscow. And far from the last role is assigned to Uzbekistan in maintaining peace and stability in the region, as the state borders on all four remaining countries Central Asia (we are talking about Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan - approx. Ed.). Today, the situation inside the country is quite stable, but Uzbekistan itself has been acting rather inconsistently in relation to Russia lately. For example, his withdrawal from the CSTO can hardly be called a friendly step.

        http://www.aif.ru/dontknows/actual/pochemu_rossiya_spisala_dolg_uzbekistanu
        1. weksha50
          weksha50 21 May 2016 09: 53
          +6
          Quote: LÄRZ
          Probably this has its own reason. Here is one of the opinions:



          There was and is no reason ...

          Russia judged by others, as by itself, having forgotten about the insidiousness and venality of political elites, especially the eastern ones ... And received a lot of negativity and problems for its honesty and kindness ...
          1. altel
            altel 21 May 2016 16: 14
            +5
            Do not laugh at the honesty of the elite of Russia. And the western elites are incorruptible and unselfish? Almost all the government of the Russian Federation is "without exception" millionaires and moreover officially. Judge your elite better. By Dvorkovich, Shuvalov, Kudrin, Nabiullin, Golikov, Manturov, Millyaram, Grefam, Silua
            new, violin musicians from Putin's friends who buy "over the hill" violins worth billions of dollars for charitable purposes. Is this for every citizen of the Russian Federation a violin probably? Vekselberg buys Faberge eggs for the Motherland. Only for which Motherland? For the United States or Israel? Brothers Rottenberg, Timchenko. You often compare Putin with Stalin. But Comrade Stalin did not have friends like oligarchs? Do you call this honesty and kindness? You need to think before you write
        2. pts-m
          pts-m 21 May 2016 14: 26
          +1
          As the people say ... You can’t buy peace for money, there are always those who want to start a war ... and warm their hands on this.
    5. Muvka
      Muvka 21 May 2016 08: 43
      -1
      Quote: Petrof
      Russia's debt under the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina. ”//

      how is it so - and Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina did exist during the USSR?
      and why no one forgives us debts

      Do you want to give a few oil fields in our country to write off debt? I do not want. Wherever we write off debts, we have any share either in the extraction of resources or in the participation of our business on a par with local, etc.
      1. Petrof
        Petrof 21 May 2016 09: 16
        +5
        Quote: Muvka
        Wherever we write off debts, we have any share either in the extraction of resources or in the participation of our business on a par with local, etc.


        can a couple of specific examples?

        e.g. about DPRK, Uzbekistan, Iraq
        well, or about any other country for which the Russian Federation has forgiven debt
      2. Beaver
        Beaver 21 May 2016 13: 49
        +1
        Quote: Muvka
        Wherever we write off debts, we have any share either in the extraction of resources or in the participation of our business

        Sorry for the curiosity, I just wanted to clarify: your first "we" and the second "we" are the same people, or different.
        Let me explain. “We” (members of the government) write off debts and “we”, the same ones, personally have any share in local business. Or "we" (members of the government) write off debts in order to protect the interests of businessmen (oligarchs) who have nothing to do with us, simply because we consider the interests of individual corporations more important than the interests of the entire state. wassat
        Do you think that both options, at least, are not ethical, if not more rude? angry
    6. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 21 May 2016 09: 28
      0
      Quote: Petrof
      Russia's debt under the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina. ”//

      how is it so - and Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina did exist during the USSR?
      and why no one forgives us debts

      Here, too, I don’t understand ..? Or painted a debt to Yugoslavia among themselves?
      1. Basarev
        Basarev 21 May 2016 15: 07
        +1
        And, just as importantly, everything is in Putin’s rule. Even Yeltsin did not forgive debts to anyone. And, most importantly, they paid!
    7. moskowit
      moskowit 21 May 2016 18: 53
      0
      Really some kind of nonsense ... The Union was gone ...

      "... The Parliamentary Republic consists of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republika Srpska and the Brcko District. A member of the UN since 1992. In February 2016, the country applied for membership in the European Union [9].

      Traditionally has an underdeveloped economy; one of the poorest countries in Europe with a very high unemployment rate. The main foreign trade partners are the countries of the European Union. Currency - convertible mark ... "(from Wikipedia)

      This is the same as borrowing from the beggars by the church .... Underground some sort of ...
    8. moskowit
      moskowit 21 May 2016 18: 59
      0
      Continuation. And about Macedonia, even "the dogs did not lie." When did they manage to borrow from these?

      "... The poorest of the former Yugoslav republics. The second poorest country in Europe (second only to Albania). Due to the sanctions and embargo from Greece in the mid-90s, large losses in the trade balance. Due to the Macedonian trade embargo and closure Greek ports had to look for other, more expensive transport hubs (for example, through Romania). Dependence on the import of oil, gas and engineering products ... "(from Wikipedia)

      I have no words...
    9. Yozhas
      Yozhas 21 May 2016 20: 47
      0
      The USSR included 15 republics. In 1991, everyone wanted no addiction. Non-dependence implies paying debts. So why did not spread the debt in the former republics. For example, the area in the percentage of occupied in the USSR. From the same money everyone was fed .....

      PS And from Macedonia, Bosnia that there it was possible to take ....... ??????
  2. st1342
    st1342 21 May 2016 08: 08
    +8
    Russia as a sovereign country also did not exist ..
    To repay debts is certainly good, but to receive from debtors is even better
  3. Yak28
    Yak28 21 May 2016 08: 09
    +7
    The USSR consisted of 15 republics, and only the Loch country decided to pay all the debts. Russia even paid money for Lend-Lease, although even the USSR refused to pay for Lend-Lease
    1. Naiman
      Naiman 21 May 2016 08: 35
      +2
      No. Kazakhstan has given more. Securities of energy companies, transfer of some military equipment to Russia. Ukraine paid the first installment, in my opinion a couple of million dollars, that's all. The rest refused
      1. Aleksandr1959
        Aleksandr1959 21 May 2016 10: 17
        +1
        Ukraine paid the first installment, in my opinion a couple of million dollars, that's all. The rest refused

        But they did not abandon the requirements for the redistribution of Soviet property abroad. Especially Ukraine. Yanukovych, at one time, impudently and frankly demanded to reconsider the transfer of foreign property of the USSR to Russia, as the successor of the USSR.
        As for the history of the "forgiveness" of foreign debts, some of them in the 90s were sold at a large discount to some firms, which shook debtors no worse than the current collection firms. And Mifin was very robust here.
    2. Gray brother
      Gray brother 21 May 2016 08: 37
      +1
      Quote: Yak28
      The USSR consisted of 15 republics, and only the Loch country decided to pay all the debts. Russia even paid money for Lend-Lease, although even the USSR refused to pay for Lend-Lease

      You, my friend, are the word yourself. Russia is the successor of the USSR, with all that it implies.
      13 January The 1992 of the Russian Foreign Ministry sent a note to the heads of diplomatic missions in Moscow stating that the Russian Federation continues to exercise its rights and fulfill its obligations under all treaties concluded by the USSR. In accordance with this note, the “world community” tacitly acknowledged the status of the successor state of the USSR to the Russian Federation.

      In the legal acts on the succession of the Russian Federation mentions only the FEDERAL LAW On international treaties of the Russian Federation from 15.07.1995

      "This Federal Law applies to international treaties to which the Russian Federation is a party as a state-successor to the USSR." Part 3, Art. 1

      Those. according to this law, far from all treaties or, more simply, not in all cases, the Russian Federation can be regarded as the successor or assignee of the USSR. It all depends on the specific decisions that are made by state authorities of the Russian Federation in accordance with their competence established by the Constitution of the Russian Federation, this Federal Law, and other acts of legislation of the Russian Federation.
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    3. sherp2015
      sherp2015 21 May 2016 08: 41
      +12
      Quote: Yak28
      The USSR consisted of 15 republics, and only the Loch country decided to pay all the debts. Russia even paid money for Lend-Lease, although even the USSR refused to pay for Lend-Lease

      It would be better for their retirees to pay debts.
      It's a pity for the old people, all their life they plowed the country
      1. moskowit
        moskowit 21 May 2016 20: 31
        0
        This government does not need pensioners as witnesses of the former might of the Soviet Union. We have something to compare with. And there is something to remember. And the memory of our parents, Winners, Restorers and Creators is still strong in us. And the authorities can't wait for us to "sink into oblivion." In the meantime, we are a living reproach for them. And we "fools" at the very least have to endure.
  4. demchuk.ig
    demchuk.ig 21 May 2016 08: 10
    +10
    And why don’t we forgive the poor countries for debts? We are not poor, we don’t have inflation, people live richly and old people don’t have time to spend their pensions until the next pension!
    1. Gray brother
      Gray brother 21 May 2016 08: 39
      -2
      Quote: demchuk.ig
      Why don't we forgive the poor countries for debts?

      Credit history will go bad.
  5. Black cat
    Black cat 21 May 2016 08: 13
    +24
    In 2006, Russia fully repaid the USSR’s debt to the Paris Club in the amount of 23,7 billion dollars. In 2013, Moscow paid off the Czech Republic (3,6 billion dollars), Montenegro (18 million) and Finland (30 million). In 2000, the Russian Federation paid the royal debt to France, which Paris had been waiting for over a hundred years to pay off.

    And now the question is how much France paid us for the two wars in which RI and the USSR saved it. How much the Czech Republic owed us for its existence. The Finns for the war and the alliance with the Nazis paid us at least a penny? What can I say Europe - the crown of meanness. Just a business, nothing personal.
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 21 May 2016 08: 21
      +5
      Russia has property in many countries since the time of the Russian Empire. Why no one itches upon her return, I, personally, do not understand.
    2. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 21 May 2016 08: 34
      +14
      Quote: Black cat
      And now the question is how much France paid us for two wars in which RI and the USSR saved it
      And now the question: how much did Germany pay to Russia? For example, Germany unaddressedly paid Israel over 100 billion marks (60 billion euros) in the framework of "reparations for National Socialist injustices." It turns out that Germany paid compensation to 6 million victims of the Holocaust, but at the same time ignored the 27 million killed Soviet people. While during the war (according to the conclusion of the USSR State Commission) material damage amounted to 30% of the national wealth of the country, 1710 cities and urban-type settlements and more than 70 thousand villages and villages, 32 thousand industrial enterprises were destroyed on Soviet territory, 100 thousand were destroyed. collective farms and state farms. In total, only material losses were estimated at 2 trillion 600 million rubles ($600 billion)
      Attention, the correct answer: Even if you calculate the cost of exported goods, equipment, etc., as well as the labor of German prisoners of war in the USSR, reparations from the GDR did not exceed $15-16 billion
      Isn't it time to demand the difference from the burghers, eh? As it was, Bismarck said "Russians always come for their money." AND? Or are the Russians not the same?
      1. altel
        altel 21 May 2016 17: 17
        +2
        Well, you say. Those are the Jews, and here are the goyim. They all owe them for their suffering.
    3. Gray brother
      Gray brother 21 May 2016 08: 44
      -9
      Quote: Black cat

      And now the question is how much France paid us for the two wars in which RI and the USSR saved it.

      It is a sin to take money for salvation from a drowning man.
      How much the Czech Republic owed us for its existence The Finns for the war and the alliance with the Nazis paid us at least a penny?

      You have now reminded me of the Baltic states, which require compensation for the Soviet occupation.
      Do not be like monkeys.
    4. Soviet Union
      Soviet Union 21 May 2016 08: 53
      +7
      Everything to the point, dear! I just do not understand what x ... BENYA took the promissory notes of tsarist Russia ... These Geyropeans even turned to Lenin that the tsarist debt should be returned, but he answered them - "who borrowed from that and ask?"
      1. kush62
        kush62 21 May 2016 16: 54
        -1
        Soviet Union Today, 08:53 ↑ New
        Everything to the point, dear! I just do not understand what x ... BENYA took the promissory notes of tsarist Russia ... These Geyropeans even turned to Lenin that the tsarist debt should be returned, but he answered them - "who borrowed from that and ask?"

        Now ukrobandera arrows are transferred to Yanuk. Three billion. Do not want to give Russia.
        Like it was not we who occupied. Do you think this is correct?
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 21 May 2016 17: 05
          0
          Quote: kush62
          Now ukrobandera arrows are transferred to Yanuk. Three billion. Do not want to give Russia.
          Like it is not we occupied

          - well yes? yah...

          Quote: http://www.interfax.ru/business/485430
          Moscow. December 17th. INTERFAX.RU - Debt of Ukraine to Russia in the amount of $ 3 billion has an official rather than commercial status, the IMF board of directors came to this conclusion, the Fund said in a press release.

          "The Board of Directors (IMF - IF) on December 16, 2015 decided that the claims for Eurobonds in the amount of $ 3 billion, which were issued by Ukraine on December 24, 2013, and are in the National Wealth Fund of Russia, are official claims," distributed document

          Sapienti sat yes
    5. weksha50
      weksha50 21 May 2016 09: 58
      +3
      Quote: Black cat
      Finns for the war and the alliance with the Nazis did they pay us a dime? What can you say Europe - the crown of meanness


      Hmm ... They already forgot that they actually became a free state precisely thanks to Soviet Russia ...
      1. Basarev
        Basarev 21 May 2016 15: 13
        0
        Involuntarily, it seems that it was more appropriate for the Soviet troops to restore the border - and to their homes.
    6. Gray brother
      Gray brother 21 May 2016 18: 11
      -2
      Quote: Black cat
      . How much the Czech Republic owed us for its existence. The Finns for the war and the alliance with the Nazis paid us at least a penny? What can I say Europe - the crown of meanness. Just a business, nothing personal.

      The Finns paid, by the way. And what you want from the Czech Republic is not clear at all, it only appeared in 1993.
      The peace treaty with Finland was signed on February 10, 1947 in Paris as part of the 1947 Paris Peace Conference, at which the victorious states in the Second World War (USSR, USA, Great Britain and a number of allied countries) signed peace treaties with the former allies of Nazi Germany: Italy , Finland, Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania.

      According to the agreement, Finland confirmed the territorial acquisitions of the USSR in the framework of the Moscow peace treaty of March 12, 1940, according to which a significant part of southern Karelia with the cities of Vyborg and Sortavala departed to the USSR.

      Additionally, Finland returned to the Soviet Union the Petsamo (Pechenga) region, ceded to Finland by the USSR under the Tartu Peace Treaty of October 14, 1920.

      Finland also provided the Soviet Union with land and water for 50 years to create a Soviet naval base in the Porkkala-Udd region.

      In compensation for losses incurred by the USSR as a result of Finland's occupation of Soviet territory during the war, Finland undertook to pay reparations in the amount of 300 million US dollars.

      The contract has remained valid and is valid to the present.
    7. moskowit
      moskowit 21 May 2016 21: 21
      0
      Totally agree with you. We want to be honest. Before whom? It is a pity that you did not draw conclusions, but simply stated the facts ...
  6. viktor_ui
    viktor_ui 21 May 2016 08: 16
    +5
    in 1991, the drunk Yeltsin came to power ... becoming president since July 10, or maybe he grabbed this loan ??? So even if his family would pay ... it would be fair, an individual adviser-daughter ... remember her?
    1. Igor Polovodov
      Igor Polovodov 21 May 2016 09: 59
      +5
      Yeltsin Center ras-sell on ...
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    3. weksha50
      weksha50 21 May 2016 10: 01
      0
      Quote: viktor_ui
      in 1991, the drunk Yeltsin came to power ... becoming president since July 10, or maybe he grabbed this loan ???



      The idea, of course, is interesting, but the debt of the USSR, and not Russia, was paid ... And in 1991, the President of the USSR, the one and only, was Humpbacked ...

      PS When did he just get it and where to put it?
  7. darksoul
    darksoul 21 May 2016 08: 20
    +5
    and at least someone paid off debts to the USSR of Russia?
    1. Very old
      Very old 21 May 2016 08: 46
      +4
      You see, VASIL, to pay off debts to the USSR-Russia ... it's too long

      Everyone is waiting
  8. VohaAhov
    VohaAhov 21 May 2016 08: 21
    +2
    But you could forgive how we forgive.
    1. thinker
      thinker 21 May 2016 12: 50
      +2
      ... for the entire existence of such a state as the Russian Federation on the world map, not a single state of this very world Russia did not write off a cent, a penny, a penny, a penny ...
      http://topwar.ru/25058-kto-spisal-dolgi-rossii.html
  9. AID.S
    AID.S 21 May 2016 08: 24
    0
    "Ministry of Finance: Russia has paid off the debt remaining from the USSR to Kuwait"
    By mistake, did you pay the wrong payment?
  10. 31rus2
    31rus2 21 May 2016 08: 26
    +3
    Dear, or rather, what kind of debts? It’s like the former Yugoslavia turned out to lend to the USSR, it’s hard to believe, especially the republics of the former Yugoslavia, the same Czech Republic
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  12. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 21 May 2016 08: 31
    0
    Russia, like the Lanesters, always pay their debts.
    1. sherp2015
      sherp2015 21 May 2016 08: 46
      +8
      Quote: Spartanez300
      Russia, like the Lanesters, always pay their debts.

      it would be better if the authorities paid debts to their people
      1. kush62
        kush62 21 May 2016 16: 58
        0
        sherp2015 (4) Today, 08:41 ↑ New

        It would be better for their retirees to pay debts.
        It's a pity for the old people, all their life they plowed the country

        sherp2015 (4) Today, 08:46 ↑ New
        it would be better if the authorities paid debts to their people

        Are there any other options ?
        Or are there not enough pluses?
        1. sherp2015
          sherp2015 21 May 2016 20: 21
          0
          Quote: kush62

          Are there any other options ?
          Or are there not enough pluses?


          No way Kush - Otar Kushinashvili is crying because of the pros? Yes, please take my dozen or two, I'm not sorry. )) or put as many cons, I'm honestly not going to hang because of this
  13. starhina01
    starhina01 21 May 2016 08: 37
    +2
    the debt is red by payment, as they say, but does anyone return the debts to us? or how Ukraine brains powder ????? what
  14. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 21 May 2016 08: 43
    +5
    An interesting tablet, though as of 14 year, but clearly
    1. weksha50
      weksha50 21 May 2016 10: 07
      +1
      Quote: avg-mgn
      but clearly



      Hmm ... Interesting data ... Where did the firewood come from?

      PS Now I am reading the book by Yu. Semgin "Unusual America" ​​... So he claims that living on credit (on credit) is the mentality of both the US state apparatus and its citizens ... For them it is a common standard of living. ..

      True, he does not politicize all this teaching, and does not mean that the United States (as a state, not citizens) takes a loan, but, as a rule, does not return it to anyone ...
    2. Beaver
      Beaver 21 May 2016 14: 02
      +3
      Quote: avg-mgn
      Interesting plate

      Damn, and Earth, who owes so much to whom? laughing
      Quote: avg-mgn
      visually

      It would be indicating receivables (then on Earth should, theoretically, be 0). repeat
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 21 May 2016 17: 48
        +1
        Quote: Castor
        Damn, and Earth, who owes so much to whom?

        good +100
  15. lysyj bob
    lysyj bob 21 May 2016 08: 54
    +3
    According to the agency, today "the outstanding debt of Russia for the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, and also Bosnia and Herzegovina" remains.

    Then, to repay the debt, it is necessary to tighten Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, as well as Ukraine and Georgia.
    1. Very old
      Very old 21 May 2016 09: 18
      +1
      You, my friend, forgot the Horseradish Islands. He knows what cape, and Swaziland with Cheytotamlend wassat
      1. lysyj bob
        lysyj bob 21 May 2016 11: 38
        +1
        Quote: Very old
        You, my friend, forgot the Horseradish Islands. He knows what cape, and Swaziland with Cheytotamlend


        Well, these, at least do not bark about the Russian occupation. The aforementioned during the Union lived best on borrowed funds, the Balts were always always datacenters, and only Russia should pay for them. They probably bark about Russian aggression so as not to repay debts.
  16. prostocece
    prostocece 21 May 2016 09: 24
    -2
    it would be better if they returned me 10 thousand on a passbook with interest and indexing laughing
    1. tanit
      tanit 21 May 2016 09: 34
      +1
      Tell me, where and how can I return you? Do not hesitate, the amount spent on return will exceed the total amount of the debt, including interest ... Addressee - just tell me yours. Only the exact address, please and with the exact nickname.
      Quote: prostocece
      it would be better if they returned me 10 thousand on a passbook with interest and indexing

      Insect, are you tired yet? laughing
      1. prostocece
        prostocece 22 May 2016 00: 39
        -1
        half-drunken ensigns got out again
      2. prostocece
        prostocece 22 May 2016 00: 58
        -1
        yes here is my address is very accurate scattering city maskva Kremlin prostocece ivan ivanovish
    2. kush62
      kush62 21 May 2016 17: 01
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      prostocece Today, 09:24 AM New
      it would be better if they returned me 10 thousand on a passbook with interest and indexing

      And how old is the millionaire of the USSR?
  17. Delink
    Delink 21 May 2016 09: 25
    +1

    To whom else should)))
  18. kolexxx
    kolexxx 21 May 2016 09: 27
    +1
    Paying off USSR debts is wonderful! But it would be necessary to collect the debts of the USSR! How many of all these beautiful countries of the socialist camp have we built along the CMEA line! Yes, I'm sure and threw some money. Now that they are completely overgrown, it's time to remind who ate them, watered for 50 years!
  19. Homo
    Homo 21 May 2016 09: 39
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    Good news. And the comments, mostly worthless, stupid.
    - Russia should not have debts and no matter what our relations with the creditor state are now, we must repay the debts. That there would be no reason to put pressure on us!
    - The bulk of the debts recognized EBN (both tsarist and Soviet). Recognized - we will give!
    - I didn’t share EBN of the USSR’s debts at all, I took everything to Russia - everything, the train left, we will give it back!
    - Debts to Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina are part of our debt to Yugoslavia, a piece of which (under the partition of Yugoslavia) went to them!
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 21 May 2016 17: 56
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      Quote: Homo
      He did not share the EBN of the USSR debts at all, he took everything to Russia ...

      There, in my opinion, there were some buns from that.

      Like, the state debt of the USSR is all ours, but the property of the USSR outside the Union (the former already, of course) is also ours ..

      Correct, if I am mistaken request
  20. weksha50
    weksha50 21 May 2016 09: 49
    +1
    "" The debt of Russia remains unpaid for the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina ”"...

    It's just our "debt policy" that is killing me ...
    We - forgive everyone in a row, we - no one ... And the hunchback - when did he manage to grab this loan from Kuwait ??? In June 1991, the USSR was already drunk and destroyed "for three" in Belovezhskaya Pushcha ...
    And what does the USSR, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have to do with it ???
    Think about it, people, the USSR (or even afterwards - Russia) takes from Bosnia and Herzegovina !!!

    In general, only one thing can be said: with the mind of Russia-not to understand ...

    Yesterday I was breaking my head over this news, but I still didn’t understand anything ...

    PS But several years ago, more than once it was said that Russia completely paid off the debts of the USSR ... How to understand all this?
    And now the Balts and Ukraine want to drive us into debt for the occupation ...
    1. kush62
      kush62 21 May 2016 17: 07
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      weksha50 Today, 09:49 AM New
      "" Russia remains unpaid on the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina "" ...

      It's just our "debt policy" that is killing me ...

      And what does the USSR, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have to do with it ???

      A little logic and everything will become clear. Russia, represented by EBN, has undertaken to pay the debts of the USSR. And the former Yugoslav republics divided the debt of the USSR among all. In connection with our decency, we repay debts.
  21. Undermined ustoev
    Undermined ustoev 21 May 2016 10: 05
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    Quote: Yak28
    The USSR consisted of 15 republics, and only the Loch country decided to pay all the debts. Russia even paid money for Lend-Lease, although even the USSR refused to pay for Lend-Lease

    Russia also paid off the debts of England and France. Paris Club, for example. Do you know what these debts were? Belodeltsev, these were debts. Those who "it is better to kill 10 innocent people than to miss one guilty one." Adjutants, their excellencies. Fascist elements, so that they can be thrown into the Black Sea again! Bandits and scoundrels who terrorized their own people and fled safely over the hill, when the smell of not illusory retribution smelled. Filthy bourgeois.
    And as a postscript. The budget, that is, the common superstructure of the capitalist state apparatus, is formed from the money that the Russian proletariat produced. All NWFs are filled in the same way. So the ordinary Russian worker pays for all this crap. And from the point of view of the bourgeoisie, this is absolutely correct. Must plow, pay and repent.
  22. Yak28
    Yak28 21 May 2016 10: 11
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    Quote: Gray Brother
    Russia is the successor of the USSR, with all that it implies.

    This is a profound mistake of the inadequate leadership of Russia, it was possible to announce the creation of a new state from scratch and not incur a lot of debts, or to share debts equally with other republics, regardless of the size of the republics and population.
    Imagine the United States falling to the states and the largest state of Alaska will shoulder all the US debts. The country of Loch is the right name, Russia has been acting like this for the past 25 years wink
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 21 May 2016 20: 16
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      Quote: Yak28
      Quote: Gray Brother
      Russia is the successor of the USSR, with all that it implies.
      ... it was possible to announce the creation of a new state from scratch and not incur a lot of debts ...

      - yeah .. and leave all the property of the USSR abroad to those who have their first hands reach him ..

      Quote: Yak28
      The country of Loch is the right name, Russia has been acting like this for the past 25 years

      - you yourself .. strange sucker laughing
  23. Black cat
    Black cat 21 May 2016 10: 18
    +3
    Quote: Gray Brother
    Quote: Black cat

    And now the question is how much France paid us for the two wars in which RI and the USSR saved it.

    It is a sin to take money for salvation from a drowning man.
    How much the Czech Republic owed us for its existence The Finns for the war and the alliance with the Nazis paid us at least a penny?

    You have now reminded me of the Baltic states, which require compensation for the Soviet occupation.
    Do not be like monkeys.


    There is nothing in common in my comment with the nagging of various limitrophs, but invoicing those who saved you is vile and vile, but as practice has shown, it fully satisfies European values.
  24. mitrich
    mitrich 21 May 2016 10: 47
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    Is this what they paid the debt to the terrorists who shot down our plane over Sinai with 224 of our fellow citizens?
    Well done! Yes, we owe two or three dozen Caliber monarchies to pay back, at least for reconnoitered and confirmed goals in the territory of this Mordor.
  25. Viktor77
    Viktor77 21 May 2016 11: 09
    +1
    According to the agency, to date, "the outstanding debt of Russia on the obligations of the former USSR to the Republic of Korea, Macedonia, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina" remains .....
    as well as Mars, Venus, the Moon, etc. Only we forgive everyone.
  26. Sanamana
    Sanamana 21 May 2016 12: 09
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    May be enough. We are not Ukraine. We took it back.
  27. lopvlad
    lopvlad 21 May 2016 12: 44
    +1
    That's right. Debts need to be paid if you want to conduct a successful business in the world. The time when business could be done as the United States bullying weak countries has passed.
    1. Petrof
      Petrof 21 May 2016 15: 24
      +1
      so how does it turn out to run a business successfully?
      and the USA?
  28. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 21 May 2016 14: 31
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    We will also return what is due to us. But then it will be oh how it hurts everyone.
  29. Obolensky
    Obolensky 21 May 2016 17: 26
    +1
    Yes of course. We pay off our debts, as the successors of the USSR. For some reason, long-standing debts are also forgiven. It’s strange. And then we are bad. Cool.

    It is not so insulting when debts are either returned by everyone or no one returns. Like no one owes anyone. But it turns out that only Russia owes everything. Only Russia owes everything. And only Russia is always and to blame for everything. The rest - do not owe or owe anything to anyone. I wonder when will it even end?

    Figuratively speaking, why forgive the spherical Honudras his duty? So what, what nothing to pay. No, we will not only forgive him the debt, we will give him money too! And his neighbor, the spherical Guadeloupe, requires us to pay money and we will return the money to her. And this Guadeloupe is pouring shit on us. Cool!

    That's how we live.
  30. Vladimir61
    Vladimir61 21 May 2016 22: 24
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    Score them all! And then, soon former citizens of the USSR will begin to demand from Russia the return of Soviet debts, because many have lost deposits, insurance ...
    But in fact, the situation with the return of the USSR's debts is going on "quietly and routinely", which cannot be said about attempts to return a loan to Russia for Ukraine! Why it is "quiet", why the world does not know that Russia is clearly fulfilling "someone's political and economic" obligations and does not shout that it was a "bribe" - to Gorbachev, Yeltsen and other mongrels of the West. When politicians and officials begin not to chat about the greatness of the Motherland, but really start to fight for their country, on all fronts, including information.
    Who needs a political show explaining Russia's position on current international events? We Russians, for whom Russia is "everything"?