Ukraine sold out

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    Ukraine's new president Viktor Yanukovich nevr hided his positive feelings towards Russia

    After getting back into big Ukrainian politics, now as a president of this lovely country, he signed a document with Dmitry Medvedev about extension of the dislocation time on a Russian naval base in Ukraine

    Now instead of driving it's naval base in 2017, Russia gained access to Ukraine's territory for additional 25 years

    The cost of this Document was lowered price on Gas and Oil supply for Ukraine, Gas and Oil which has long been the Smokin' Ace in Russia's hand when dealing on political arena

    for more Info you can follow this link on BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8645847.stm

    Debates in Ukrainian parliament underwent with chaos, meanwhile Kremlin and Russian DUMA politicians applaused to this document agreement

    Happy faces of Russian parliament members were full of hope that NATO never lets in Ukraine with Russian Navy in Sevastopol

    I guess now came time for My Country to finally be dragged in Old Empire of Russia

    And only Kremlin and God knows how Georgia will be treated for to be joined to USSR in 21st Century
     
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    The new president was elected by a majority of the Ukrainian citizens who knew his pro-Russian feelings.
     
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    Can't see anyhing wrong with this. The US still has military bases throughout Europe so why can't the Russians (with the consent of the Ukraine)
     
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    I do not say US to stand in place of Russia

    but unlike Russia, other countries never triggered separatism in Ukraine's Trans Dniester regions

    If you are not close to these problems it's wise to check it through the internet

    DonBilly is right, people voted and they get it back
     
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    Odessa and the Crimean were Russian until Stalin decided in the mid 50's to join it to the Socialist Sovietic Republic of Ukraine. It is definitively not the core centre of Ukraine culture and people, nothing similar to Kosovo for Serbia.
     
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    I genuinely did not understand that post at all.
     
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