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johnsaf In 1954, by decree of Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev, Crimea was officially transferred from the control of the Russian Soviet Socialist Republic to that of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.1 The move transferred over a million ethnic Russians and nearly 250-300,000 Ukrainians to Ukraine.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, the argument goes, annexed Crimea out of a long-standing desire to resuscitate the Soviet empire, and he may eventually go after the rest of Ukraine, as well as other countries in eastern Europe.
Orbán has been a pro-Putin voice in Europe, even as the rest of the EU has recoiled from Moscow in the wake of its annexation of Crimea and its support for rebels in eastern Ukraine.
Russia was a guarantor of Ukr sovereign integrity, and a signatory to the Budapest Memorandum There exists/existed visa free travel between Rus and Ukr and an absence of international borders The war is, “hybrid in form, and asymmetric in content [this is exemplified in Crimea]” There is a high degree of SF activity „Buying‟/recruitment of the Ukr government by the aggressor Prevalence of information activity over military operations Rus is using Ukr as a testing ground for equipment and tactics „Three Quarters War‟ – in which troops are simultaneously committed to conventional military contact, policing functions and humanitarian operations [JPS note:
1, 2016 - PRLog -- On a Monday edition of TRUNEWS, the focus is on finances, as host Rick Wiles and guest Terry Sacka discussed the implications of conflicts in the Middle East, ramping up of military in the South China Sea, and the Ukraine-Crimea conflict all impact the global economic balance.
This was clear from events such as Crimea in 2014 –“ a European nation invading another”, a “superpower proxy war in Syria” - note that recognises Russia as a superpower in some instances- and a “ highly likely state sponsored chemical weapons attack on the UK, as well as a “state sponsored attempted coup in a country about to enter NATO”.
The West’s hesitant response to Putin’s invasion of Crimea had led to growing aggression by pro-Russian militia in eastern Ukraine and, only a few days earlier, four German members of an OSCE monitoring mission had been taken hostage.
Under these men, Russia attacked Georgia in 2008 and went even further in 2014 by illegally seizing Crimea from Ukraine and then sending troops into Eastern Ukraine and starting a war which continues to this day and has cost over 10,000 lives.
I did also consider asking for an entry in the obituary column, but was unsure as to whether they would accept our family business alongside Sir Reginald Warhorse DSO and his exploits in the Crimea (now there is a thought).