Tolstoy put in place a Ukrainian journalist with the question "Whose Crimea?"


There is an erroneous and extremely stupid opinion among Ukrainian journalists that the question is “Whose Crimea?” able to put a person in an uncomfortable position.


It is difficult to say what the Ukrainian journalist was expecting, asking this question in a slightly modified form on the sidelines of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to the head of the Russian delegation Petr Tolstoy.

The representative of Russia responded instantly: "Our people support our position, this is enough for us."

However, the Ukrainian journalist tried to continue the provocation and asked who in Europe supports the annexation of Crimea, to which she received an exhaustive answer:

In Europe it is the largest European country - the Russian Federation.


One of the commentators under the video noted how the head of the Russian delegation looked at the Ukrainian journalist:

Tolstoy has such a look, as if a piece of dog shit lying on the road suddenly spoke to him.

The authors of the Telegram channel “Release the Kraken” noted the speed of reaction of the PACE vice speaker to provocative questions:

The head of the delegation of the Russian Federation Pyotr Tolstoy did not have time to become PACE vice-speaker, as he already gives master classes in communicating with annoying Ukrainian journalists with their eternal question “Whose Crimea?”.
  • Used photos: minsvyaz.ru
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  1. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 30 January 2020 12: 55
    +9
    Peter Tolstoy respect!
    It is good that in Russia there are competent politicians who stall Russophobes and agents of the State Department.
  2. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
    A.Lex (Secret information) 30 January 2020 13: 22
    +3
    The video shows that Tolstoy has difficulty restraining himself so as not to start smiling. Or rather, do not laugh.
    VUs are so predictable! How ridiculous (do not confuse "Ukrainians" with normal Ukrainians).
    1. Sergey Tokarev Offline Sergey Tokarev
      Sergey Tokarev (Sergey Tokarev) 30 January 2020 15: 22
      -1
      Normal, having a Russian grandfather and great-grandfather, will not call himself a Ukrainian. The Russophobic fascist phenomenon created in Austria-Hungary. Maybe there were still normal SS men?
      1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
        A.Lex (Secret information) 30 January 2020 17: 08
        0
        Sergey, well, my ancestors are Ukrainians ... Do you have something against this?
        1. xilia72 Offline xilia72
          xilia72 (xantos) 31 January 2020 22: 29
          +1
          So, Little Russians.
        2. Andrey Romanov_2 (Andrey Romanov) 31 January 2020 23: 14
          0
          Yes, this can not be ......
    2. gore Offline gore
      gore (Alexander) 31 January 2020 05: 52
      -1
      Give the concept of "normal Ukrainian".
      1. Vasil K. Offline Vasil K.
        Vasil K. (Vasil K.) 31 January 2020 10: 47
        +6
        I'm normal. And from here, from Russia, I see that Ukraine needs Russia more than vice versa. This is neither bad nor good - this is evidence.
      2. The comment was deleted.
  3. I would answer: “Crimea is ours forever!”, And let this hulk-girl come out with anger!
  4. Upmost Offline Upmost
    Upmost (Innocent) 30 January 2020 17: 02
    -3
    Ukrainian journalist tried to continue the provocation and asked who in Europe supports the annexation of Crimea, to which she received an exhaustive answer

    No, I haven’t. It was meant - who else in Europe except Russia itself.
    But in fact there was nothing to answer - even China refrains from commenting on this topic.
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 30 January 2020 17: 30
      +1
      Kesha, but for us it’s somehow ... in half. Does it make you so excited? Well, jump (as you have done more than once before), we can help ...
      1. S.V.YU Offline S.V.YU
        S.V.YU 30 January 2020 17: 53
        +3
        He got a POT too small! The head, and what is there in it, pinched!
      2. gore Offline gore
        gore (Alexander) 31 January 2020 05: 53
        0
        Yeah, or - a saucepan on the head ...
    2. xilia72 Offline xilia72
      xilia72 (xantos) 31 January 2020 22: 33
      +2
      Contrary to all who abstained from commenting on Tauris, Russia should set itself the goal of returning Russian territories and the Russian people to their fold.
    3. Andrey Romanov_2 (Andrey Romanov) 31 January 2020 23: 17
      +2
      Received. And only stupid people do not recognize this.
    4. Artemon Offline Artemon
      Artemon (Artem Men) 28 February 2020 17: 58
      0
      On this site, dislikes indicate the percentage of truth against chauvinism. And the answer is really a complete failure. But propaganda will make him a success.
  5. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 30 January 2020 21: 47
    +2
    I still laugh -100500! good
    So, naturally, ironically, with the most eloquent facial expressions, on the move, like an annoying stupid dog, "break off" and, "at the moment", discourage (shut up and put in place), clearly anticipating her "triumph", "natszbochengu (who ) "journalist - this is undoubted talent! yes
    I think that Peter Tolstoy (!) More than once will show itself from the best side! wink
  6. a.korikov Offline a.korikov
    a.korikov (Alexander) 30 January 2020 23: 40
    +5
    It remains only to praise Peter Tolstoy, a competent and correct answer.
  7. Alexander Valuevsky (Roller) 31 January 2020 00: 25
    +2
    Quote: pishchak
    This is an undoubted talent!

    But it could not be otherwise. Peter Tolstoy, after all, is the great-great-grandson of the wonderful Russian writer Count L. N. Tolstoy! And this is not a joke. War and Peace, Anna Karenina ... The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe is still fucking awesome!
    1. beeper Offline beeper
      beeper 31 January 2020 03: 15
      +2
      hi Thanks! He suspected that it was not without reason that the famous surnamethere is something elusively common "in the eyes", recognizable in the "close squinting from the turn"!
      Glad that kind Tolstoy not curled up and continues to Serve the Fatherland! good
  8. Upmost Offline Upmost
    Upmost (Innocent) 31 January 2020 02: 57
    -5
    Quote: A.Lex
    and we somehow ... in half

    That is why you have almost no allies. First, ignore the interests of others, take it all in a snap, and then, putting your hand to your forehead, and begin to wonder how to find allies around the perimeter. They simply cannot be with this approach.

    PS If Crimea were Turkish, and its natoization also loomed (the creation of a permanent base with the United States at the head), would Russia also try to overcome Crimea?
    Or do such numbers work only with a notoriously weak "former younger brother"?
    1. plabu Offline plabu
      plabu 31 January 2020 05: 28
      +4
      Quote: UpperMost
      Quote: A.Lex
      and we somehow ... in half

      That is why you have almost no allies. First, ignore the interests of others, take it all in a snap, and then put your hand to your forehead, and begin to marvel at finding allies around the perimeter. They simply cannot be with this approach.

      PS If Crimea were Turkish, and its natoization also loomed (the creation of a permanent base with the United States at the head), would Russia also try to overcome Crimea?
      Or do such numbers work only with a notoriously weak "former younger brother"?

      Allies? Well, the former emperor turned up about this, hi
      and do not confuse, pliz, allies, with another category - very briefly - who want to get preferences, but pay as little as possible ...
      And there is no need to confuse - not to "squeeze out", but to return your own, but about "if only" - well, about grandfather and grandmother in this aspect, probably, almost everyone knows, here and there it is the same. bully
      1. gore Offline gore
        gore (Alexander) 31 January 2020 06: 04
        +6
        Not, according to his "logic", when the Americans and the British

        First, they ignore the interests of others, take everything (someone else's) in a snap.

        - it is human, human, reasonable, good, eternal. And when the territory thickly watered with RUSSIAN (RUSSIAN! - not Ukrainian) blood and the people living there return to their homeland, this is already "aggression", "occupation", "squeezing" and much more.
        And who is there obviously weak? With the best army in Europe? With the support of "the whole world," and who do Americans consider "best friend"?
        1. plabu Offline plabu
          plabu 31 January 2020 06: 45
          0
          So this is his "logic", I hardly perceive it. bully
          I have my own laughing
    2. Andrey Romanov_2 (Andrey Romanov) 31 January 2020 23: 21
      +4
      And we do not need allies - stupid and freeloaders. Our main allies are our Army and our Fleet. And let everyone else envy us)
    3. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 3 February 2020 15: 09
      +1
      Innocent, at the expense of the Allies - Russia has never had allies (as you want to indicate) ever. There were only those who wanted to get something at the expense of Russia. As there were no allies, neither the British nor the Yankees.
      About

      PS ... Well, here we come to your "Ukrainian identity.

      CRIMEA NEVER BEEN AND WILL NOT BE TURKISH. How would you not like that. Do not live in a pink world.
      IF Crimea WERE NEVER be Turkish, then this problem would ALSO BE solved THEN (when it was actually a Khanate) in the same way as in real history. For he was under the protectorate of the Ottoman Empire - HAVE MUCH THIS OTHANS HELPED? And modern Turkey is not far from the Ottoman Empire. Crimea, and so, and so was destined to become Russian possession. laughing

      with a notoriously weak "former younger brother

      - How much have you become weak? Is it not because all that you touch and touch today - everything falls into decay and destruction?
      ............ there is a suspicion that if your compatriots were not in the leadership of the USSR, then the Soviet Union would still exist ......... you were not able to CREATE from the very beginning, your identity is destruction ........
  9. Roarv Offline Roarv
    Roarv (Robert) 1 February 2020 00: 34
    +2
    Sorry ... me
    Not Russian
    Not Ukrainian ..
    Set aside to bite each other.
    When Anglo-Saxons and Jews pest you like fighting dogs ... and they themselves seize your land and property, reading your lines ... make fun of you.
  10. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 1 February 2020 08: 48
    +2
    - Personally, I fully support the statement of Peter Tolstoy ...
    - But I would not begin to elevate everything to the rank of something beyond the extraordinary ...
    - Yes ... - Our Crimea ... - and this is forever .. - And this is a simple real routine for Russia ... - And you don’t need to constantly prove anything to anyone ... and generally respond to such questions ...
    - It's just that there are no more questions about the Crimea’s affiliation ...
  11. Upmost Offline Upmost
    Upmost (Innocent) 3 February 2020 18: 28
    -1
    Quote: A.Lex
    if your compatriots would not be in the leadership of the USSR

    Just pulled down yours - Stavropol Gorbachev, his associate Yakovlev - from Yaroslavl, and others.
    But Shcherbitsky just could have opposed Hunchback to the throne.
    And as for the fact that nothing works out for us - take away oil and gas from you now - you will be bent over a year and a half.
  12. alatik Offline alatik
    alatik (alatik) 3 February 2020 23: 18
    0
    Well, to someone, Tolstoy's answer seemed worthy, but for me, so complete bullshit. If only because a person misleads people with his answer, at least because the expression "Russia is the largest European country" is fundamentally wrong. Study the materiel. Russia is not a European, but a Eurasian country. And the largest European country is Ukraine.