Sunday, March 23, 2014

Russian Duma member calls to Partition Ukraine as Russia Masses Troops Along Eastern Ukrainian Border
Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, leader of the LDPR, Vladimir Zhirinovsky proposes to Poland demanded a referendum on the attachment to our country in five western regions of Ukraine: Volyn, Lviv, Ivano-Frankovsk province, Ternopil and Rivne. A similar "offer" got Hungary and Romania ws. circuits Carpathian and Chernivtsi. Within Ukraine would remain only its central part.

Polish Foreign Ministry assesses the letter as "bizarre". Vladimir Zhirinovsky will get a courtesy reply, without reference to the content of your letter. Known for his controversial statements Russian politician has previously called for the partition of Ukraine from the rostrum of the State Duma.- "Kiev will never agree to the federalization of Ukraine, as it is no longer able to govern anything" - he said then. Zhirinovsky stressed that Ukraine's attempts to build a state always ended in failure. Marked that "Lutsk, Lviv, Ternopil is a Polish lands." "Messages" TVP1 


Russian forces gathering on the border with eastern Ukraine may be poised to invade, the White House warned today, as the government in Kiev said that the prospect of war with Moscow was continuing to grow after the annexation of Crimea.

Speaking after Nato’s top commander in Europe voiced alarm about the size and preparedness of the Russian troop build-up, President Barack Obama’s deputy national security adviser, Tony Blinken, said President Vladimir Putin may indeed be readying further action.
“It’s deeply concerning to see the Russian troop build-up on the border,” Mr Blinken told CNN. “It creates the potential for incidents, for instability. It’s likely that what they’re trying to do is intimidate the Ukrainians. It’s possible that they’re preparing to move in.”

“It is very troubling,” Mr Rogers told NBC’s Meet the Press. “He has put all the military units he would need to move into Ukraine on its eastern border and is doing exercises. We see him moving forces in the south in a position where he could take the southern region over to Moldova.”

Nato officials are concerned that Mr Putin could have designs on Transnistria, a restive Russian-speaking region in western Moldova also known as Trans-Dniester, where separatist leaders have demanded to be allowed to join Russia following the annexation of Crimea.

Mr Breedlove, the Nato commander, said during remarks at an event held by the Marshall Fund thinktank that in the Kremlin’s view, the region was the “next place where Russian-speaking people may need to be incorporated”.

“There is absolutely sufficient force postured on the eastern border of Ukraine to run to Trans-Dniester if the decision was made to do that,” said Breedlove, “and that is very worrisome.”
Moldova’s President Nicolae Timofti warned Mr Putin last week against considering the annexation of Transnistria.
In other words, Putin shall put the Russian military in an invasion sweeping across the southern band of Ukraine, all the way west to Moldavia.

The Reincarnation of the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth & Eastern Germany

1 comment:

avles said...

Do you remember?

"Are today Russian and Chinese the bayonets of the pope?".