Crisis in Crimea

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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby BTR » Mon 3 Mar 2014 13:25

Kin-Luu wrote:The one the west refers to, or the one russia refers to?


Well, I suppose that it would be illogical to ask a government deemed illegitimate, wouldn't it? That's why we have the latent Ukrainian president on our soil.
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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby Sarvik » Mon 3 Mar 2014 13:25

Legally Russia claims that those aren't its soldiers anyway, so I can't see how they could officially notify any Ukrainian government about it.

From legal viewpoint you have bunch of armed people without insignia rolling around in Crimea and taking over military objects.

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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby BTR » Mon 3 Mar 2014 13:27

Which backtracks to the inept "invasion" rhetoric once again.
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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby REDDQ » Mon 3 Mar 2014 13:28

Kin-Luu wrote:
BTR wrote:So far its quiet though. Also, the whole invasion rhetoric isn't exact. Under the agreements, Russia can have up to 35K troops on the Crimean peninsula at it's own discretion I think. All it needs to do is notify the legitimate government of Ukraine about the troop movement.


Which legitimate government?

The one the west refers to, or the one russia refers to?

One chosen in elections.

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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby DeuZerre » Mon 3 Mar 2014 13:43

REDDQ wrote:One chosen in elections.

And kicked out y its own government after it tried to flee abroad during a revolution that didn't threaten his life.
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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby panzersaurkrautwefer » Mon 3 Mar 2014 14:08

One chosen in elections.


It was also one shooting people down in the streets. Not exactly a good representative of the people.
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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby mrl0ve » Mon 3 Mar 2014 14:13

Who exactly was shooting on that day is a mystery more or less.

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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby panzersaurkrautwefer » Mon 3 Mar 2014 14:15

Of course it was. It's also a mystery who's being terribly mean to Russian nationals in the Crimea.
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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby mrl0ve » Mon 3 Mar 2014 14:17

Maybe the same guys who were shooting at the demonstrants and the police

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Re: Crisis in Crimea

Postby BTR » Mon 3 Mar 2014 14:19

I suggest you stop this exchange now while its on the low. There is a dedicated Ukrainian protests thread.
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