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Russia does not doubt Crimea is a part of Ukraine, even though it understands the emotions of the residents of the region, the chair of the Russian Upper House Valentina Matvienko has said.
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What about Russian Soldiers in Crymea?
Joe Birch permit to say it looks you didn’t watch enough about what recently it had happened in Kiev or perhaps Western biased media didn’t allow you to be aware about what it happened there.
Franco Minetto - Italy
You wrote "The pro-western people in Ukraine are being very violent, and they will force the majority into what they want. There are many signs of them calling for deaths and ethnic cleansing of pro Russians."
Kiev is peaceful now it is not violent. As to forcing the majority into what they want? What on earth do you mean. We all want a peaceful united and free Ukraine which has at its heart respect for civil society.
Yo u sound like you have been watching too much Russian propaganda on television and actually believing it all.
Greeti ngs from Kyiv.
Onl y Crimea? We're going to annex the world.
"...sa id the 1984 and eventually back in 1776!
The pro-western people in Ukraine are being very violent, and they will force the majority into what they want. There are many signs of them calling for deaths and ethnic cleansing of pro Russians. Kosovo, and republics of Yugoslavia all proclaimed independence during its unrest, so this is what eastern Ukraine should do.
Ukraine should respect the rights of minority peoples as the EU does or else their own ideas of being part of the EU may be just ideas. Russian has regional status in the EU and if Russians in Ukraine are not given some respect, then the EU should not give Ukraine any respect.
I can see who is pulling your editors strings. Do you really think we in the west really takes your commets in.
European leaders should realise more that Ukraine is historically part of Russia
That's the problem for this neo-nazis, they need their own identity and EU don't understand the difference between Sovjet and Russia. This is used by the Nazis. They don't want the western gay or jew-culture, they want power and violence.
B ut main Ukraine is nice people that want everything to be as usual minus corrupt politic
You should not worry when Russians are upset, you should be worry when Russians are not upset.
And right now Russia is f*cking not upset, one mistake from EU/US and there will be a move.
I totally disagree. Enough is enough. Eastern and Southern regions should conduct a referendum to decide their definitive secession from the mad Ukraine and their final integration into the Russian Federation. That would end the constant stress and marginalization that anything Russian has been experiencing in the disfunctional assembly. Besides, they wont be touched by the ziobanksters that will loot the Western half. Natural resources and industries will survive by selling in the Eurasian Union (SCO).
So, let the Western Ukrainians have their own doomed Western fiefdom of russophobia and fascism.
In many parts of Europe Russia has been seen as the only hope, as the country that can help others to free themselves from NATO occupation and US hegemony but now we can see that Russia does not have courage to fight for their own fellow Russians and land that undoubtedly historically does belongs to Russia and not to some artificial nations. It seems Russia is still ruled by Jews and Communists.
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