Russia may exchange Galicia from Poland for a transport corridor to Kaliningrad


A special military operation launched a month ago in Ukraine enables Russia not only to demilitarize and denazify a dangerous neighbor, but also simultaneously solve the problem of two Russian exclaves that cannot be solved by peaceful means - Transnistria (formally part of Moldova) and the Kaliningrad region. If in the first case it will be enough to knock out the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the National Guard of Ukraine from the Black Sea region, then in the second case it will be necessary to face the national interests of Poland and seek a compromise.


Blockade Kaliningrad


The Kaliningrad region, which became part of the USSR following the Second World War, after its collapse was sandwiched between Poland and Lithuania, having no common land border with the rest of the territory of the Russian Federation. You can get there by the Baltic Sea or by transit through Lithuania and Belarus. This means that the supply of this exclave is its "Achilles' heel". Moreover, given that it is in the Kaliningrad region that the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Federation is based, equipped with Caliber cruise missiles, and the Iskander-M OTRK capable of covering key NATO military infrastructure facilities, it is a priority target for the Western bloc in the event of an armed conflict with Russia. Judging by the exercises that the North Atlantic Alliance has been actively conducting in recent years around our exclave, its headquarters intended to first blockade it, and then either crush it by force, or shake the situation from the inside and then enter under the guise of "peacekeepers" with another " humanitarian mission.

So, the de facto blockade of Kaliningrad has already begun.

One of the very first Western sanctions in response to the start of a special military operation in Ukraine was a ban on Russian airlines from using the airspace of the European Union. Now, in order to fly to Kaliningrad from Moscow, our planes have to describe a real "rocker" in the sky: fly through the Leningrad Region and over the international waters of the Baltic Sea. Residents of the exclave complain about the sharply increased price tags for air tickets, which have become unaffordable for many.

At the same time, the situation with food prices began to worsen. It all started because of the sanctions imposed by Lithuania on transit through Belarus, which also affected the Kaliningrad region. Retailers had to start cargo flows through Latvia, but there “unexpectedly” there were problems with the software at the customs, which is why many kilometers of traffic jams, consisting of trucks, formed on the Latvian border.

And against this background, the former commander of the Polish ground forces, General Waldemar Skrzypczak, said about the possible claims of neighboring Poland to the former East Prussia:

Now it would be worth mentioning these lands as once conquered. The Kaliningrad region, in my opinion, is part of the Polish territory. We have the right to claim the territory occupied by Russia.

Note that the general, of course, expresses his personal position. Undoubtedly, Berlin will have a different point of view on the belonging of the former East Prussia and the possibility of revising the results of the Second World War. And such statements by high-ranking Polish military will definitely not improve relations between Warsaw and Moscow. Russia is not Ukraine for someone to encroach on its territory with impunity, and a month ago it proved that it was ready to defend its national interests with arms in hand.

However, state interests can be protected not only by military methods, which I would like to talk about in more detail.

Territory swap?


On the eve of the "Reporter" came out publication, in which we discussed how beneficial the hypothetical division of the former Independent, together with its Eastern European neighbors - Poland, Hungary and Romania, could be. In general, there were more pluses than minuses, especially in Galicia and Volhynia.

So, provided that this region officially joins the Republic of Poland according to the “Crimean scenario”, the RF Armed Forces get rid of the need to conduct military operations in Western Ukraine with great bloodshed, and then hold it, catching “partisans” for decades, who, undoubtedly, they will shoot our soldiers in the back, poison wells and put land mines under vehicles. Restoring order, disarming the territorial defense and other gangs, restoring and maintaining Galicia and Volhynia will no longer be Moscow's problems, but Warsaw's. It will be enough to equip a normal new border. There is also no doubt that the Poles will carry out a real “debanderization” of the Eastern Crosses, since they hate Bandera and their ideological successors even more than the Russians. The withdrawal of Western Ukraine into Poland, Hungary and Romania would allow peacefully removing from the body of Little Russia and Novorossia the source of aggressive “Ukrainianism” that cannot be eliminated by other methods for their subsequent denazification and Russification.

In general, there are really more pluses that will give a quick visible result than minuses. But our readers quite rightly noted that Eastern European partners should not make such generous "gifts" just like that, and in return it is necessary to carry out a territorial exchange for a land transport corridor to the Kaliningrad region. Let's talk about this curious idea.

Indeed, the exchange of territories is a completely normal international practice. Moreover, in 1951 the USSR and Poland actually exchanged territories with a total area of ​​480 square kilometers. The problem is that Galicia and Volyn are still officially part of another yet sovereign state of Ukraine. Moscow simply cannot exchange them as its own for something from Warsaw. There is no need to talk about any exchange of Western Ukraine for a “pair of Polish provinces”. However, there is still a realistic option.

Russia can theoretically close its eyes temporarily to the entry of Polish "peacekeepers" into Galicia and Volhynia, provided that they disarm the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the territorial defense, as well as accept the region as part of the Republic of Poland. In return, we are provided with a land transport corridor to the Kaliningrad region through Suvalkiya, where a railway line and a highway with extraterritorial status will be built. Such a scenario may be acceptable both for Warsaw, which receives its Eastern Crosses in return, and for Moscow, which is solving the problem of a transport blockade of its exclave.

Well, or you can make war, with noise and dust, if you can’t agree in a good way. The main thing is to give people the opportunity to make an informed choice. In general, what is happening is somehow very reminiscent of what preceded the start of the Second World War.
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  1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
    igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 11: 06
    -25
    This is the mistake of the poorly educated Dzhugashvili. It was possible to immediately take away part of the territory of Lithuania and Belarus for the corridor from the RSFSR to the Kaliningrad region. The seminarian could not think of this before, and now we have to solve problems.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 11: 08
      +29
      Very bold interpretation. request
      Kaliningrad took it, the Kuriles took it, but the USSR did not think of a corridor within the framework of a SINGLE country.
      Maybe the problem was not in him, but in the successors that the USSR destroyed?
      1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
        igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 12: 46
        -23
        He climbed out of the Kremlin once every five years, he was afraid that they would crash
        1. Tatyana Offline Tatyana
          Tatyana 27 March 2022 13: 58
          0
          Russia may exchange Galicia from Poland for a transport corridor to Kaliningrad

          It is unlikely that this will work. Namely.
          Suffice it to recall similar attempts in the history of Europe before the Second World War.
          And this applies not only to the Third Reich and Poland, whose allies were Great Britain and the United States and which, for providing Germany with a corridor to the Soviet borders in 1938, as the "hyena of Europe" requested too high a rent from Germany - and received a war from Germany.
          A similar story also happened between the USSR and Finland. Namely.

          By 1938, the international situation had become very tense: the approach of a great world war was already felt.
          Under these conditions, it was important for the Soviet Union to protect its important economic and political center - Leningrad. To do this, it was necessary to move the northwestern border, which passed from the USSR with Finland, as far as possible. Negotiations began.
          As a result, the USSR offered Finland to exchange territories: 2761 km 2 of Finnish land in exchange for 5529 km 2 of Soviet land - Eastern Karelia. This part also included the islands in the Gulf of Finland, which the Soviet Union requested from the Finns.
          However, Finland had its own expansionist plans for the territory of the USSR, reinforced by Finland's cooperation with Nazi Germany. And these negotiations between the USSR and Finland reached a dead end, and soon stopped altogether. The USSR declared war on Finland.

          TOTAL. Apparently, something like that, as it was with the USSR with Finland, will happen now at similar negotiations in Russia - regarding the exchange of territories for the formation of a corridor of Russia to the Kaliningrad region - with today's Poland, behind which is the "Washington Regional Committee" with its NATO.
    2. Potapov Offline Potapov
      Potapov (Valery) 26 March 2022 11: 17
      +16
      Of course, Stalin, unlike the same Medvedev, could not present a university diploma ... But he succeeded in linguistics, as well as in building and protecting the state from smart people like you ...
      Let me remind the scientist that in the Stalin Union there was more private entrepreneurship than under the scientist Gaidar ...
      1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
        igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 11: 49
        -24
        Stalin barely wrote in Russian, spoke with a monstrous accent.
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 12: 13
          +10
          And the Russian tsars of the Romanovs were generally Germans, and now what? And the British Windsors are also Germans, by the way.
          1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
            igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 12: 38
            -9
            This is true. However, none of them handed out Russian lands, but rather annexed new lands. This is the difference between them and Ulyanov and the Ukrainian Khrushchev, who cut off land from Russia and gave it to others.
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 14: 22
              +10
              Ulyanov created the USSR on the ruins of the Empire. Stalin turned an agrarian country into a superpower. All changes in administrative boundaries took place within the united Soviet Union.
              Khrushchev began to ruin it.
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        2. Bakht Offline Bakht
          Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 12: 38
          +15
          Accent is not important. But the fact that Stalin "barely wrote in Russian" I will leave on the conscience of the propagandists.
          Catherine the Second wrote a word of three letters with four errors. According to Karamzin. And she spoke with a German accent for the rest of her life. But they called her Great.
          Stalin's library contained several thousand books. Of these, more than 500 with his notes. That is, he did not just read them, but pondered them. All books were in Russian. Can anyone here honestly say that he has read 500 books with notes? I cant.
          1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
            igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 14: 48
            -10
            Catherine did not give an inch of Russian land to anyone, but rather attached it. And all these Jews, Georgians, Khokhols handed out Russian lands right and left.
            1. Bakht Offline Bakht
              Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 14: 52
              +12
              Learn history. Who distributed what. And who collected
              1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 15: 13
                -10
                I studied. And you didn’t read anything except manuals at all.
                1. Bakht Offline Bakht
                  Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 15: 42
                  +9
                  Russian lands were distributed by Alexander II and D. Medvedev. Looks like Russians. Stalin (Georgian) collected what Lenin lost. Much is said about his nationality. It doesn't look like you studied history.
                  1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                    igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 16: 03
                    -6
                    Remind me what Alexander II handed out? Alaska? He sold it, otherwise the US would have simply squeezed it out for free. Russia had neither the strength nor the means to maintain and protect Alaska. And what did Medvedev give and to whom? In what manual did you read it? Navalny? Well, he was a master at all sorts of dirty tricks, he even found Putin's palace.
                    1. Bakht Offline Bakht
                      Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 16: 34
                      +6
                      Alexander II sold Alaska for a penny. Moreover, the US Senate doubted whether it was worth buying. And Russia gave the money to the States on credit. Received back or not - there is a great secret. There is evidence that he gave away for free. In any case, the money (if any) was spent abroad on the purchase of railway equipment.

                      Medvedev gave the shelf to the Norwegians. This has already been mentioned here. What does Navalny have to do with it, only you know. There are official documents on the transfer of part of the Barents Sea shelf. The 2013 agreement on the delimitation of the shelf is in print.

                      Still, history is a strange science. Everyone thinks that they know her, but when you ask about the documents, everyone is silent. Only quotes from the yellow press.
                      1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                        igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 16: 54
                        -1
                        At that time, the price for Alaska was quite adequate. No one had any idea that there was oil there. we would have lost Alaska anyway.
                        Medvedev did not give anything to the Norwegians. This is an old dispute that has been going on since Soviet times. If you start reading something, then read from the very beginning, because of what it happened. How do you like to take out of context what you need and forget about the other.
                      2. Bakht Offline Bakht
                        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 18: 39
                        +6
                        There have always been disputes. But for some reason, before Medvedev, no one gave anything away.
                        The price for Alaska was ridiculous. And the thesis that Russia could not keep it is also ridiculous. The states had just come out of the civil war and had no plans for Alaska.
                        Do not deviate from the subject of the dispute.
                        The Russian rulers gave away lands, and the Georgians collected them. Like the German Ekaterina. So your claims to Stalin have no real basis. Simply put, they are simply false.
                      3. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                        igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 19: 44
                        -4
                        There was a mutual exchange. We also gave some territories to the Chinese, they gave us something. This is a normal process. There was a leveling of boundaries.
                        But Catherine II won the Crimea for Russia. Which then the alcoholic Khrushchev presented as a bag of potatoes to Ukraine
      2. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 26 March 2022 18: 23
        0
        Can anyone here honestly say that they have read 500 books with notes? I cant.

        I have nothing against it, but for notes in books we were scolded as children yes
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 31
          0
          Can anyone here honestly say that they have read 500 books with notes? I cant.

          I have read several times more than my eyesight, but without notes.
      3. akm8226 Offline akm8226
        akm8226 April 4 2022 17: 12
        +2
        I can. But this does not change the meaning - Stalin is a great man.
  2. Dingo Offline Dingo
    Dingo (Victor) 26 March 2022 13: 35
    +5
    And the waters of the Barents Sea, unlike the "iPhone", Norway did not "give" ...
  • goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 26 March 2022 12: 06
    +6
    This seminarian had a flair like a wolf... We don't know much.
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  • Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 26 March 2022 11: 14
    +3
    Russia may exchange Galicia from Poland for a transport corridor to Kaliningrad

    Put a question mark. Can not. Poland will never agree to this.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 11: 18
      +3
      Her right. Then you should forget about Eastern kresy.
      1. Plumber Sun Offline Plumber Sun
        Plumber Sun (San San) 26 March 2022 11: 35
        0
        It's better for us to forget about them.
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 11: 46
          0
          Do you also think that Russia does not need memory?
          1. Plumber Sun Offline Plumber Sun
            Plumber Sun (San San) 26 March 2022 12: 00
            +8
            Back in 1976, while studying at a university, I had an internship at KhTZ (Kharkov). There I had a chance to encounter interns from the memory. They really hated us! "I ask the sir to the gilyaki" - they said every other time! (We didn't understand what it meant!) The most "harmless" thing I had to see from them: one, the most adequate guy asked me: Can you draw a trident? Of course, I had no idea what he was asking about; answered in the negative. Then he drew something similar to a fascist sign on the ground with a twig. And then he rubbed it with his foot! (it means he knew that this swastika was forbidden!). They cultivated it; handed down from father to son! Spread hate!
            Why am I writing this: Hatred of everything Russian, there has been and always will be! We cannot live in one state, federation, (or otherwise)!
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 12: 12
              +8
              Why am I writing this: Hatred of everything Russian, there has been and always will be! We cannot live in one state, federation, (or otherwise)!

              Here I am of the same opinion. I have relatives in the Donbass, in Mariupol. Until the age of 16, every year in the summer I went there to visit. It's hard to look at what's left of him because of the Nazis.
              I had a chance to encounter Westerners somehow. I was unpleasantly surprised by unmotivated aggression. I was young then, I didn't understand what was going on. Now understand.
              1. Plumber Sun Offline Plumber Sun
                Plumber Sun (San San) 26 March 2022 12: 16
                +1
                "I ask the sir to the gilyaki!" - in this accursed phrase, what cynicism is embedded!
                1. Valentine Offline Valentine
                  Valentine (Valentin) 26 March 2022 17: 56
                  0
                  Quote: Plumber-Sun
                  "I ask the sir to the gilyaki!" - in this accursed phrase, what cynicism is embedded!

                  No cynicism, ordinary nationalism .. Gilka-branch, gilyak-bitch.
          2. Dingo Offline Dingo
            Dingo (Victor) 26 March 2022 13: 40
            0
            Not just not needed - absolutely not needed!
          3. Rusa Offline Rusa
            Rusa 26 March 2022 16: 05
            0
            "... Russia doesn't need a memory?"

            First, the special operation must be completed, and then it will be clear what and how. We do not know what other plans the leadership of the Russian Federation has, except for the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine.
  • dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 26 March 2022 11: 17
    +6
    Quote: igor.igorev
    This is the mistake of the poorly educated Dzhugashvili. It was possible to immediately take away part of the territory of Lithuania and Belarus for the corridor from the RSFSR to the Kaliningrad region. The seminarian could not think of this before, and now we have to solve problems.

    It's not about Dzhugashvili's lack of education. The highly educated Lenin was the ideologist of the formation of the RSFSR from national pieces. With the right to exit. (With which, by the way, the poorly educated Dzhugashvili did not agree). It was easier to get power that way. Following his example, later, the same highly educated Yeltsin proclaimed freedom and independence without limit. "Who can carry how much." And also for the same reason. POWER AT ANY COST. And the borders, conditional, and cartoony between the "republics" were cut by everyone, as they wanted at the moment. Transfer of Crimea to Ukraine, regions of the Urals to Kazakhstan ....,
    1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
      igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 11: 53
      -7
      Ulyanov gave a bunch of Russian lands and he did not build any RSFSR, he gave her lands to everyone. And do not talk about his high education. This person has not worked for a single day in his specialty.
      Yeltsin did not give Crimea to anyone. It was given by the near-minded corn grower Khrushchev.
      1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 12: 10
        +2
        You yourself should first get the appropriate education in order to talk about such serious topics.
        1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
          igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 12: 41
          -1
          I have an excellent education and throughout my career I have worked in the specialty I received.
          1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
            Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 14: 23
            0
            Obviously not a historian. smile
            1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
              igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 14: 41
              -1
              No, a mechanical engineer, but he studied history.
              1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
                Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 15: 44
                +2
                Yeah. This can be seen that according to liberal training manuals for hatred of the USSR
                1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                  igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 15: 57
                  -4
                  And why should I love the USSR? I lived in this pit for 32 years and saw that Russia was the poorest of all the Union republics. She fed 14 beggars who sat on the neck of Russia with their legs dangling and yelled that they were feeding lazy and always drunk Russians. Salaries in the RSFSR were the lowest in the USSR. Why should I love this viper? And now Russia is spending money on itself, and those 14 beggars are jumping around the world with outstretched hands. I remember serving in Kazakhstan, I sent parcels to Voronezh to my parents with washing powder and soap. My brother and his family also lived there. This is when washing powder and soap disappeared with the excellent leadership of the CPSU. It was impossible in peacetime to buy washing powder and soap in Russia. For this I have to love the viper called the USSR? Or for the fact that flying on business trips (fortunately on the plane of our unit) they dragged from wherever they could, clothes, zhrachka, cigarettes. I remember we arrive in Engels, go to the hotel, of course there are no places. 10 cans of condensed milk for the manager and a room, and we are the most welcome guests. For this I have to love that viper? You didn’t live in that viper, you read the manuals, how everything was fine there and you sing like a nightingale here. You need a color TV, again you are looking for friends through whom you can buy. I'm talking about the car in general. People have been queuing for it for years.
                  1. Scharnhorst Offline Scharnhorst
                    Scharnhorst (Scharnhorst) 26 March 2022 16: 26
                    +3
                    Yes, you, my friend, are not "ideological" but just a rag-picker! Even now, the overwhelming majority of Russians live no better than the burghers defeated 75 years ago, but, unlike you, they think how to preserve and increase their country. And you would be satisfied with a candle factory on the Riga seaside. Ugh! !!!
                    1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
                      igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 17: 05
                      -4
                      Now people live exactly as they work. Who is not lazy, those live very decently. But lovers of equalization, as with the Council of Deputies, really do not live very well. They did not like to work, and the leveling disappeared. And jumps in the squares no longer help, and the inspirer of the races on the bunk roams, and they threw in another 9 years so that the horses had no illusions.
                      Already on a military pension, I worked at a factory as a mechanic for about 20 years and saw that there were guys who wanted to earn money and they did it successfully, but there were many horses who dreamed of doing nothing and having millions at the same time.
                      Now we live no worse than the burghers in Germany. The only difference is the low culture of a large part of the population, but this is a Soviet eructation, it is gradually disappearing. The streets are not as clean as in Germany or Fink, but this is again from Soviet lack of culture, when people where they ate, they shit there. But gradually things are getting better. And no one but idlers needs the USSR. It is they who yearn for equalization, when it was possible to play the fool and get good money. You tell someone about the USSR in the Baltic States, in Kazakhstan, in Ukraine, and they will immediately clean their faces there. It's you loafers in Russia moaning about the USSR. You dream of everything about a freebie, to sit somewhere in the city committee of the CPSU and chatter with your tongue and distribute the deficit. That's what you dream about.
                      1. Roma Phil Offline Roma Phil
                        Roma Phil (Roma) 26 March 2022 22: 26
                        +1
                        I read your comments and I have mixed feelings. I, like most of our citizens, of course, regret the collapse of the Great USSR.
                        Communist Nikolai Arefiev once said that the share of world GDP in the USSR was 22%, while Russia now has less than 2%?. But I also remember the time before the collapse of the USSR and in many respects I agree with you. And I just don’t understand how, with the parity of GDP in the world economy of the USSR and the USA, the life of the population of the two countries was simply incomparable.
                        Maybe it was not the union republics that "guzzled" everything, but the Kremlin's obsession with "World Communism" and disinterested help and planting of the ideas of communism in Africa, Latin America and Asian countries?
  • ustal51 Offline ustal51
    ustal51 (Alexander) 26 March 2022 11: 20
    +2
    Isn't it better to join the Baltic States?
  • Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 11: 28
    0
    Quote: ustal51
    Isn't it better to join the Baltic States?

    It is part of NATO.
    1. faiver Offline faiver
      faiver (Andrei) 26 March 2022 14: 37
      +1
      So Poland is included
      1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 15: 45
        +1
        So what? What are we even talking about? About aggression against a NATO member or about an exchange?
        1. 123 Offline 123
          123 (123) 26 March 2022 18: 29
          0
          So what? What are we even talking about? About aggression against a NATO member or about an exchange?

          Until recently, you were going to expel Polish peacekeepers from the territory of the Republic of Poland yes Or is there a hope that they will leave Lviv themselves later? smile
          1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
            Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 34
            +1
            I suggested that they be expelled from the territory of Galicia occupied by them. You are a liar.
            1. 123 Offline 123
              123 (123) 27 March 2022 09: 55
              -1
              I suggested that they be expelled from the territory of Galicia occupied by them. You are a liar.

              Let me quote the original source hi

              Russia theoretically can temporarilyturn a blind eye to the entry of Polish "peacekeepers" into Galicia and Volhynia provided that they disarm the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the territorial defense, as well as the admission of the region to the Republic of Poland.

              1) You suggested turning a blind eye to the introduction of troops. Since you put forward the condition "disarmament", obviously the Polish side should be familiar with the conditions, which means the agreement.
              2) In accordance with this agreement, the region is accepted as part of Poland.
              Do you get the connection? The region within the country is the country, that is, Poland.
              3) How are you going to expel Polish troops from the territory of Poland is a mystery request Say the magic word please?

              The most curious intrigue is twisting...
              We negotiate with the Poles, we give them Western Ukraine, for this they allow us to move across their territory to Kaliningrad. Then we refuse the contract, make a scandal, declare that they misunderstood us, call them occupiers. Since they have already declared the region to be theirs, not a single Polish politician will be able to refuse it, because it will be the rejection of the country's territory, much like we give Crimea or the Kuriles. After that, Russia will have to wipe itself or send troops to a NATO member country. And of course, they will block the road to Kaliningrad after that. yes
              Bravo! good Genius plan. One feels strategic thinking and transcendent Byzantine cunning laughing

              ps It is curious that your plans amazingly coincide with European ones, they sound in unison. Suspicions involuntarily creep in working out the Western agenda yes
              As a bonus, some fresh information about friendly Poland, just an ideal partner for agreements good winked

  • dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 26 March 2022 11: 59
    +1
    Quote: igor.igorev
    The Jew Ulyanov gave away a bunch of Russian lands and he did not build any RSFSR, he gave her lands to everyone. And do not talk about his high education. This person did not work a single day in his life in the specialty he received.
    Yeltsin did not give Crimea to anyone. It was given by the near-minded corn grower Khrushchev.

    Read history. Then talk about who and how folded the RSFSR. For accuracy, and not for dog barking, Lenin worked for 2,5 years in his specialty. No matter how we treat him, it is impossible to lie and slander. By this we show our stupidity and stupidity. Yeltsin spoke about the sovereignty of the Russian republics.
    1. igor.igorev Offline igor.igorev
      igor.igorev (Igor) 26 March 2022 17: 09
      -2
      Yes, for 2,5 years the Jew worked in his specialty. Strong achievement.
  • updidi Offline updidi
    updidi (Alexander Kazakov) 26 March 2022 12: 16
    +2
    I began to read the title of the article and thought that they were thinking of changing the Kaliningrad region itself for something. And then it was relieved.
    I am from Kaliningrad
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 12: 31
      0
      I began to read the title of the article and thought that they were thinking of changing the Kaliningrad region itself for something. And then it was relieved.
      I am from Kaliningrad

      No, Kaliningrad OUR smile Do not worry.
  • 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 26 March 2022 12: 22
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    exchanged with the Finns)) you can also with the Poles, you need to calculate the area of ​​\uXNUMXb\uXNUMXbthe corridor and give the Poles an equivalent piece in area, but NATO will not allow this to the Poles - the Baltic states will be cut off)
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 12: 33
      +1
      It is not necessary to change territory, cutting off someone. Of course, they won't go for it.
      But it is possible to lay an extraterritorial route. And even necessary. But let the gentlemen decide for themselves.
      1. ZAlexanderZ Offline ZAlexanderZ
        ZAlexanderZ (Alexander Shchetinkin) 26 March 2022 15: 24
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        It is not necessary to change territory, cutting off someone. Of course, they won't go for it.
        But it is possible to lay an extraterritorial route. And even necessary. But let the gentlemen decide for themselves.

        Which, in the future, can be blocked very easily and quickly. Press her politically. Finally, arrange sabotage depending on what political leadership or position Russia will have.
        I summarize: I consider such a proposal of the author - a gamble. But Russia also does not need Western Ukraine.
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 15: 47
          -1
          Covering it up is a casus belli. Learn history. I didn't send it in vain.
          1. ZAlexanderZ Offline ZAlexanderZ
            ZAlexanderZ (Alexander Shchetinkin) 27 March 2022 08: 52
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            Yes, this is a reason for war. But I mean that the future leadership of the country may be weak. And this corridor can be a great target for pressure and everything else. There were always traitors.
      2. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 26 March 2022 18: 33
        +1
        It is not necessary to change territory, cutting off someone. Of course, they won't go for it.
        But it is possible to lay an extraterritorial route. And even necessary. But let the gentlemen decide for themselves.

        Who will let them decide for themselves? Then the picture came across ... This is how one American diplomat sees the world ... So Poland seems not to have got into the frame, it is somewhere a little further than Ukraine in the lower left corner

        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 35
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          Americans use Poles, but Poles also use Amers. Warsaw's ambitions should not be underestimated.
          1. 123 Offline 123
            123 (123) 27 March 2022 19: 21
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            Americans use Poles, but Poles also use Amers. Warsaw's ambitions should not be underestimated.

            Let them use each other as they please. These are their problems. What does it change for us? Both are ready to support anyone to the detriment of Russia, which they are doing in Ukraine.
            It is not clear why you decided that they would begin to eradicate Bandera? They continue to demolish monuments to Soviet soldiers, expel our diplomats, seize embassy accounts, send weapons and mercenaries to Ukraine, foam at the mouth and demand a no-fly zone, and so on. Are you going to negotiate with them?
            I don't give a damn about the ambitions of the gentlemen, their arrogance and arrogance have long become legendary.
  • skeptic Offline skeptic
    skeptic 26 March 2022 13: 41
    +2
    We have the right to claim the territory occupied by Russia.

    And Russia has the right to the territory of Poland, formerly part of the Russian Empire.
    1. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 26 March 2022 18: 35
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      And Russia has the right to the territory of Poland, formerly part of the Russian Empire.

      Correct questioning good
      But it's still premature. We'll have to wait for the next section and carve out a corridor for ourselves yes
  • ᛟᛒᛟᛞᚱᛁᛏ ᚹᛖᚾᛞ (Sibiryak Pribaikalsky) 26 March 2022 13: 41
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    The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation are getting rid of the need to fight with great bloodshed in Western Ukraine, and then to hold it, catching “partisans” for decades, who will undoubtedly shoot in the back of our soldiers, poison wells and put land mines under transport.

    What partisans, Author? More than 3 lama conscripts fled abroad, who is going to fight there at all? Nazis? Their strength is 1-2% of the total population, even in the Zapadenschina, and in other regions of Ukraine too.
    What other transport corridor, through WHAT?! Lithuania? We don’t need Poland’s “permission” for this at all, and as for national interests in Volhynia and Galicia, Germany will “probably” also “wake up” national interests regarding a piece of Silesia, etc. "returned territories" transferred to the generous Stalin's Poles, although this land belonged to the German principalities (Brandenburg, Saxony, Prussia, etc.) for at least 700-odd years.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 14: 24
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      What partisans, Author? More than 3 lama conscripts fled abroad, who is going to fight there at all? Nazis? Their strength is 1-2% of the total population, even in the Zapadenschina, and in other regions of Ukraine too.

      These 1-2% of thugs can cause huge problems.
      By the way, have you signed up to volunteer yet?
    2. KLV Offline KLV
      KLV (Konstantin) 26 March 2022 15: 48
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      1-2% is hundreds of thousands of people! Do you really think that this is a ridiculous power?
  • faiver Offline faiver
    faiver (Andrei) 26 March 2022 14: 42
    +1
    No one will allow the Poles any exchanges, this is one time, the Poles themselves will not change out of spite, so to speak, these are two, it is impossible now to conduct any negotiations on this topic with the Poles - they will consider this a weakness, this is three ...
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    2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 March 2022 15: 49
      -1
      Wait and see. This is four.
  • Anna Tim Offline Anna Tim
    Anna Tim (Anna) 26 March 2022 15: 50
    +2
    I agree with the author. But I would put a condition - no NATO bases. Having legalized the territories of Ukraine under the auspices of Russia, we give the western territories to the applicants - Hungary, Rusyns, Poland, and create a corridor to Kaliningrad. Everything else should be part of Russia. There should be no sovereign Ukraine in principle.
  • Scharnhorst Offline Scharnhorst
    Scharnhorst (Scharnhorst) 26 March 2022 16: 44
    +1
    On the topic of the article.
    1. We will not agree on anything with the Poles: firstly, scoundrels, and secondly, American scoundrels.
    2. Together with China, it is necessary to destroy Lithuania in every sense of the word.
    3. The corridor through Lithuania is not much longer.
    4. Exchange of territories to be carried out between Lithuania and Belarus.
    One problem: you can create all this good only from a position of strength!
  • Colonel Kudasov Offline Colonel Kudasov
    Colonel Kudasov (Boris) 26 March 2022 17: 17
    +1
    Don't ferries run freely from Russia to Kaliningrad? Only in severe winters there can be problems. But Pridnestrovie, unfortunately, has no access to the sea and is in a hostile environment (
    1. Valentine Offline Valentine
      Valentine (Valentin) 26 March 2022 18: 11
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      Quote: Colonel Kudasov
      But Pridnestrovie, unfortunately, has no access to the sea and is in a hostile environment

      Nothing, in 2-3 weeks and we'll get there - Ukraine will be left without the Black Sea, and a couple more ferries are needed.
  • dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 26 March 2022 17: 45
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    Quote: igor.igorev
    Yes, for 2,5 years the Jew worked in his specialty. Strong achievement.

    And yet, it is a fact.
  • dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 26 March 2022 17: 49
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    Quote: Marzhetsky
    And the Russian tsars of the Romanovs were generally Germans, and now what? And the British Windsors are also Germans, by the way.

    If you know that the kings-kings did not have the right to marry non-royal daughters, then for many generations, they all became foreigners. Of their own, the blood of the titular nation, they contained hundredths of a percent.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 36
      0
      Yes, I know. This is fine.
  • 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 26 March 2022 18: 19
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    Now it would be worth mentioning these lands as once conquered. The Kaliningrad region, in my opinion, is part of the Polish territory. We have the right to claim the territory occupied by Russia.

    Sometimes chewing is better than talking. Pan doesn’t understand that it’s not too late to correct the mistake by which Danzig and its environs became part of Poland?

    On the eve of the "Reporter" there was an article in which we discussed how profitable the hypothetical division of the former Independent together with its Eastern European neighbors - Poland, Hungary and Romania could be. In general, there were more pluses than minuses, especially in Galicia and Volhynia.

    You are not offering a section, but a gift to the NATO countries of the territories. What do they have to do with this pie, what should be shared with them? Will their faces crack?
    Shall we look at the "pros"?

    Restoring order, disarming the territorial defense and other gangs, restoring and maintaining Galicia and Volhynia will no longer be Moscow's problems, but Warsaw's. It will be enough to equip a normal new border. There is also no doubt that the Poles will carry out a real “debanderization” of the Eastern Crosses, since they hate Bandera and their ideological successors even more than the Russians. The withdrawal of Western Ukraine into Poland, Hungary and Romania would allow peacefully removing from the body of Little Russia and Novorossia the source of aggressive “Ukrainianism” that cannot be eliminated by other methods for their subsequent denazification and Russification.

    And why would they suddenly start "debanderization"? Will they suddenly see the light and have a conscience? Yes, nothing like that, there, as before, they will groom and cherish the abscess of this infection. Everything that is directed against Russia will be nurtured and developed. Western Ukraine, according to the "grand plan", should eventually turn into the same friendly territory as Poland? sad
    Have you forgotten what Poland is and the presence of American intelligence services there? Remind?



    Russia can theoretically close its eyes temporarily to the entry of Polish "peacekeepers" into Galicia and Volhynia, provided that they disarm the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the territorial defense, as well as accept the region as part of the Republic of Poland. In return, we are provided with a land transport corridor to the Kaliningrad region through Suvalkiya, where a railway line and a highway with extraterritorial status will be built. Such a scenario may be acceptable both for Warsaw, which receives its Eastern Crosses in return, and for Moscow, which is solving the problem of a transport blockade of its exclave.

    What does "temporarily close your eyes" mean? How long will this temporarily last and how are you going to expel the Polish "peacekeepers" from the territory of the Republic of Poland? How is that at all? laughing
    And yes, the Rusyns mean they firmly set out to shove them into Hungary? Didn't you bother to ask them yourself? Are they not worthy?

    Do you understand what a "railway with extraterritorial status" means? Sure?
    Type in the search only four letters - CER.

    In general, such proposals are reminiscent of fairy tales how the Japanese can equip the Kuriles yes
    We’ve already got tired of proposals once again to give something to the “partners” and, as usual, from the best and undoubtedly patriotic motives repeat Stop already in the indefatigable desire to share and distribute what does not belong to you stop
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 38
      0
      Demagogy, distortion and chatter. Everything is as usual.

      What does "temporarily close your eyes" mean? How long will this temporarily last and how are you going to expel the Polish "peacekeepers" from the territory of the Republic of Poland? How is that at all? laughing

      It was written in the article to turn a blind eye to their presence until the official accession of Galicia to the Republic of Poland. Time for a referendum, as in the Crimea. If they do not carry out and red tape, squeeze the peacekeepers out of there by force. That's all.

      And why would they suddenly start "debanderization"? Will they suddenly see the light and their conscience will wake up? Yes, nothing like that, there, as before, they will groom and cherish the abscess of this infection. Everything that is directed against Russia will be nurtured and developed. Western Ukraine, according to the "grand plan", should eventually turn into the same friendly territory as Poland? sad

      You, a banal ignoramus, at least study the question first. Read about what the Volyn massacre is and who Bandera is. The Poles will be the first to slam Bandera.
      Poland will not be a friendly country of the Russian Federation, well, it’s not necessary. But the borders of the Western Military District of the Russian Federation will move closer to Poland, Hungary and Romania. Let them think about the consequences. Russia has shown how it can fight.
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 27 March 2022 10: 09
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        It was written in the article to turn a blind eye to their presence until the official accession of Galicia to the Republic of Poland. Time for a referendum, as in the Crimea. If they do not carry out and red tape, squeeze the peacekeepers out of there by force. That's all.

        What gives you reason to believe that the Poles will begin to engage in denazification? You have not forgotten, we are talking about Poland. Let the troops enter, hold a referendum, according to the results of which the region will undoubtedly be included in Poland. After that, start a war with the Poles.
        Bravo!

        You, a banal ignoramus, at least study the question first. Read about what the Volyn massacre is and who Bandera is. The Poles will be the first to slam Bandera.

        Let me be curious, what prevented "slam the Bandera" up to this point?
        Yes, they are just friends with them.

        Poland will not be a friendly country of the Russian Federation, well, it’s not necessary. But the borders of the Western Military District of the Russian Federation will move closer to Poland, Hungary and Romania.

        Truth? The border is shifting to the east and this is called the advancement of the Western Military District to NATO?
        Am I confusing anything? And the western military district cannot approach them without endowing NATO countries with territories?

        Let them think about the consequences. Russia has shown how it can fight.

        Are you already looking forward to fighting with them? smile
  • Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 27 March 2022 00: 25
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    As Churchill put it, Poland is the hyena of Europe, she is already drooling over part of Ukraine. Zelensky will be the person who not only destroyed Ukraine, but also gave Lviv to the Poles. They framed him, set him against Russia, and now, when Russia is demilitarizing Ukraine, the country will not have the ability to prevent the invasion of the Poles. In general, they will arrange everything in such a way that Zelensky himself will invite them, naively thinking that they will come in to save Ukraine (which the Poles hate more than Russia. Especially the Poles hate the Ukrainian Nazis ...).
  • Yatva Offline Yatva
    Yatva (I) 27 March 2022 05: 20
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    It would be foolish to leave this bedbug (Galychyna) outside the sphere of our influence, the abscess must be cut out and there will be no infection! It would be optimal to attach Zhmud-Lithuania to the Russian Federation than to mess around with banderlogs sent from the territory of Poland (Galychyny) !!! ...
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 27 March 2022 07: 45
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      It would be foolish to leave this bedbug (Galychyna) outside the sphere of our influence, the abscess must be cut out and there will be no infection!

      This is called genocide and a war crime with no statute of limitations.
      In reality, the Russian Federation will not do anything of the kind, which means that the problem will remain and will only get worse over time. The smartest thing is to make the problem not ours. IMHO.
      1. Yatva Offline Yatva
        Yatva (I) 27 March 2022 09: 09
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        The destruction of the Nazis is not considered genocide!!!...
  • Leonid Dymov Offline Leonid Dymov
    Leonid Dymov (Leonid) 27 March 2022 06: 44
    +1
    The Bolsheviks thought that they had come forever and drawn the borders as God would put it on the soul, for which rivers of blood flowed during the collapse of the USSR. The new Empire, after its heyday, will also experience decline. New borders should be drawn so that when the Empire collapses, the Russians would remain together. Measure seven times - cut one.
  • radvas Offline radvas
    radvas (Igor) 27 March 2022 09: 12
    +2
    It is stupid and petty, sitting on the couch, to talk about the "mistakes of the poorly educated Dzhugashvili." Small and shameful. And worthless, citizen "muslitel"!
  • Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
    Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 27 March 2022 10: 53
    -1
    The idea is very good ... but if you look at Galicia Square, then the corridor should be made not just for auto and railway roads, but simply to annex the territory of Poland in the Bialystok region to the Kaliningrad region, and that would be right! But there is one BUT ... then the Baltic countries will be cut off from the gay European union, with which they now have the opportunity to move freely through the same Poland .... Therefore, of course, it would be great for us to cut off the Baltic from the geyropa and get the opportunity to get Kaliningrad directly to Belarus .... And again, one more BUT .... Where is the guarantee that tomorrow power will not change in Belarus and Kaliningrad will again be cut off from Russia, but this time by Belarus? Therefore, it would be optimal to give Galicia to the father, he would put things in order there no worse than the Poles, for this we connect Kaliningrad directly with the Smolensk region, but we take away territories from the Poles in the Bialystok region so that they no longer yelp at Russia, but it will be possible to do only after we pile on in full to our overseas "friends" ...
  • Vladimir1155 Online Vladimir1155
    Vladimir1155 (Vladimir) 28 March 2022 10: 49
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    I myself am a little (a little bit) Pole, like Marzheretsky, but it’s criminal to talk about some transfers of Ukrainian territories to someone, .... if we discuss Suwalki, then Churchill and Roosevelt imposed such a card on Stalin, this issue was especially discussed, of course I would like to get Suwalki and it is possible in EXCHANGE!!! give a little to Galicia, but this is separate from the special operation and is unlikely, it’s easier to buy Lithuania for yourself, for the 300 billion that were arrested by the West, that’s what Milonov published

  • Gelos Offline Gelos
    Gelos (Gelos) 28 March 2022 19: 12
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    For some reason, some do not take into account the peculiarities of the Ukrainian / Polish mentality: to freeze their ears to the evil of their grandmother. But this factor should be taken into account in the first place ...
  • akm8226 Offline akm8226
    akm8226 30 March 2022 17: 34
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    I believe that the Poles should sit quieter than water and lower than the grass. For if they rock the boat, then nothing prevents us from mixing them with all the giblets, because there are no longer our inhabitants there, as in dill, and the Poles will have no one to hide behind. So sit on the priest evenly and do not wake famously while it is quiet. And then you can accidentally lose Warsaw.