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Corectarea greselilor sovietice...

Ia uitati ce zice Gorbaciov... Pai, atunci sa corecteze si alte greseli, sa ne dea inapoi Basarabia si sudul Basarabiei, Nordul Bucovinei si Tinutul Herța și Insula Șerpilor. Dacă e pus pe corectat greșeli, Putin trebuie să o facă până la capăt, ca să nu rămână el o greșeală a istoriei... Crimea's referendum corrected Soviet-era mistake - Gorbachev Published time: March 17, 2014 22:28  Edited time: March 18, 2014 00:17 Get short URL Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev (AFP Photo) Share on tumblr Tags Conflict ,  Law ,  Opposition ,  Politics ,  Russia , Ukraine The people of Crimea fixed a Soviet-era mistake with the Sunday's referendum and the will of the people should not be punished by sanctions, said former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. "Earlier Crimea was merged with Ukraine under Soviet laws, to be more exact by the [Communist] party's laws, without asking the people, and now the people have decided to correct that mistake. This should be welcomed instead

Dezertare la nivel inalt in Ucaina

New head of Ukraine's navy defects in Crimea Previous Latest Analysis Key maps Crimea explained Key video Timeline Crimea voices At it happened Next Admiral Berezovsky read out his oath alongside Crimea's pro-Russian leader, Sergiy Aksyonov Continue reading the main story Ukraine crisis How close to war? Ukrainians in UK voice fear Russia TV ramps up rhetoric As it happened: Mobilisation call The newly appointed head of Ukraine's navy has sworn allegiance to the Crimea region, in the presence of its unrecognised pro-Russian leader. Rear Admiral Denys Berezovsky was only made head of the navy on Saturday, as the government in Kiev reacted to the threat of Russian invasion. Russia's troops have been consolidating their hold on Crimea, which is home to its Black Sea Fleet. Nato's chief has asked Russia to withdraw its forces to its bases. "We call on Russia to de-escalate tensions... to withdraw its forces to its bases and to refrain from any interference elsewher