Russia may gain new federal territories


We continue the theme raised in article about the beginning of the actual integration of the Sea of ​​\uXNUMXb\uXNUMXbAzov and the People's Republics of Donbass into the Russian Federation. How can this be done de jure?


Unfortunately, not everyone understands the seriousness of this issue. People think, since Crimea is OUR, then all other countries with their position can go through the woods. How important the legal side is is evidenced by the fact that the key demands of Moscow in negotiations with Kyiv are the recognition of Crimea and Sevastopol as Russian, and the DNR and LNR as independent states. President Zelensky, at the behest of his Western curators, flatly refuses to "trade territories", so the war for Ukraine will continue only until the victory of one of the parties and the surrender of the other.

Meanwhile, one must live here and now, and with the status of those already liberated from the power of the criminal Kyiv regime, something needs to be decided. As we discussed earlier, the Kherson and southern Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine have already broken away from it and are actually beginning to join the Russian Federation. But not yet legally. Everything is simpler with the DNR and LNR: referendums on self-determination were held there in 2014, over the past 8 years there has been an interface with the Russian legal and economic systems, and on February 21, 2022, the republics were officially recognized by the Kremlin. To reunite with the Russian Federation, it will be quite enough for Donetsk and Lugansk to sign the relevant agreements, as the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol did earlier.

With the Sea of ​​\uXNUMXb\uXNUMXbAzov it is more difficult. Without a referendum, it is simply unthinkable to take and attach to the Russian Federation a part of sovereign Ukraine. The territory of the Zaporozhye region has not been completely liberated, and the Kherson region is under periodic attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, so the people's will will have to wait. When the situation is favorable, through a plebiscite, it is possible to create KhNR and ZNR and join them either to the Russian Federation or to the future Novorossiysk Union of the DNR and LNR. In general, various options are possible.

However, the issue of the status of Donbass, the Sea of ​​Azov and other former Ukrainian territories raises issues of a higher order. For example, what will you order to do with Transnistria when Russian troops enter the Odessa region? Just recognize the PMR? Then Russia will quarrel with Moldova, as earlier with Georgia because of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Join Transnistria to the Russian Federation or New Russia? Then Moldova will definitely unite with Romania and become a member of NATO, and we will get another point of tension on the western border.

By the way, about the former Georgian territories. South Ossetia intends to hold a referendum on the issue of joining Russia, but Abkhazia does not want to do this. This is despite the fact that this tiny republic is completely unviable on its own and is totally dependent on Russian funding and military protection. The Abkhaz brothers settled down well, you can’t say anything.

And this is only the problem of future territories in the narrow sense. But it also exists in a broader sense. We must be aware that after the completion of the NMD in Ukraine, if we manage to take control of absolutely all of it, without a single piece under the rule of the Nazi regime somewhere in Galicia, the confrontation between Russia and the West will move into the Cold War-2 area. They will try to strangle our country economically, isolating it as much as possible and cutting it out of world trade. To survive, Russia will have to build its own, alternative financial and economic system. We will simply have to follow the path of autarky, and this will require expansion into new markets. For complete self-sufficiency of the domestic industry, it will be necessary to have a domestic market with a capacity of about 500 million wealthy consumers.

There is not so much either in Russia, or in Belarus, or in Ukraine taken together, which means that our further expansion in the post-Soviet space is objectively predetermined. It is obvious that the local elites will not be delighted, and you cannot drag everyone into the Union State. Therefore, Russia in its new foreign policy We also need new tools.

How is it in the West


Domestic liberals are very fond of appealing to the experience of the United States as a kind of "city on a hill" that needs to be imitated. Well, let's see how the Americans built their empire.

Everyone knows that the USA consists of 50 states, but not everyone is aware that, in addition to them, the "hegemon" owns a bunch of so-called "territories" (Territories of the United States). Article 4 of the American Constitution states:

The Congress shall have the right to act as it sees fit with the territories and other lands belonging to the United States, and to make necessary rules and regulations therein. At the same time, the territories themselves do not have representation at the federal level.

US territories can be either incorporated or unincorporated. The former are part of the United States and cannot leave them, the Constitution is in full force there, and local residents are endowed with American citizenship. The latter are not part of the United States, but are their possession, the operation of the Basic Law in such territories is limited. Organized and unorganized territories are also distinguished: where the US Congress has organized a local government, or which are under direct US control, respectively.

Incorporated organized territories are a transitional stage before it becomes a state. An example is the state of Hawaii, which previously had the status of a territory. The uninhabited atoll of Palmyra in the Pacific Ocean can be attributed to the incorporated unorganized territories. The most famous unincorporated organized territories of the United States are the island of Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Unincorporated unorganized territories include numerous islands and atolls, for example, American Samoa and the famous Midway Atoll from World War II. By the way, in 2017, a referendum was held in Puerto Rico, in which 97% of those participating in it voted for joining the United States as a new state.

Also, in a separate large article, one could write about the Overseas Territories of Great Britain and France. It is clear that all these are remnants of the colonial system, but it is quite flexible and allows Washington, London and Paris to hold and manage their numerous possessions, preventing a “parade of sovereignties”.

federal territories


So the question is, why shouldn't Russia, which itself is a former empire, start applying the experience of our "Western partners"? Why must there be a choice: say, Kherson is either ours with its inclusion in the Russian Federation, or not ours? After all, intermediate options are also possible, as we have shown above.

So, in 2020, an interesting law “On Federal Territories” was adopted in Russia, which determined the legal status of new administrative-territorial units. Article 67, paragraph 1 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation states the following:

The territory of the Russian Federation includes the territories of its constituent entities, inland waters and the territorial sea, and the airspace above them. In the territory of the Russian Federation, federal territories may be created in accordance with federal law. The organization of public authority in the federal territories is established by the specified federal law.

With minimal amendments, the effect of these legal norms can be extended to those territories that themselves ask to be part of the Russian Federation. The DPR and LPR, for example, can be accepted as subjects of the Russian Federation, as was done with Crimea and Sevastopol. But, say, the Sea of ​​Azov and Abkhazia, which are on our full allowance, could become new federal territories. A similar legal status could be given to Transnistria.

Such a differentiated approach would be most appropriate with the gradually liberated territories of Ukraine, where the degree of loyalty and disloyalty of the local population to Russia varies greatly depending on the region. In the future, this experience with variations can be applied in the process of reintegration in the post-Soviet space, from which we will not go anywhere. This will have to be done.
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  1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 8 May 2022 11: 01
    -11
    On the eve of Victory Day - the Author issued an indulgence to the Russian Federation for "further expansion".
    We have already gone through this.
    German general - Stirlitz:

    States are like people. They hate static. They are strangled by borders. They need movement - this is an axiom. Movement is war.

    We (as well as others!) do not need such a permanent "movement"!
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 8 May 2022 11: 04
      +2
      On the eve of Victory Day - the Author issued an indulgence to the Russian Federation for "further expansion".
      We have already gone through this.

      And how should this be understood?

      We do not need such a permanent "movement"!

      To whom - to you? We Russians need it. Here you will see.
      1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
        Michael L. 8 May 2022 11: 17
        -4
        This should be understood as follows: What will the world become if each country "reasonably" covets neighboring territories?
        "Peaceful coexistence" - that's how it should be understood!
        1. Anatol21 Offline Anatol21
          Anatol21 (Anatol21) 8 May 2022 11: 39
          +4
          Tell the peoples of the former Yugoslavia how "Peaceful Coexistence" ended for them.
          Has Kosovo actually become part of Albania?
        2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 8 May 2022 11: 40
          +1
          This should be understood as follows: What will the world become if each country "reasonably" covets neighboring territories?

          Tell that to Kosovo Serbs and Albanians smile And to our Japanese partners about the Kuriles. And the Poles with the Romanians and Hungarians about the memory. wink

          "Peaceful coexistence" - that's how it should be understood!

          Haha ...
          1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
            Michael L. 8 May 2022 12: 00
            -8
            Be like the fascist "democrats"?
            Not funny! ;-(
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 8 May 2022 12: 45
              +3
              You can't make scrambled eggs without breaking eggs. Alas. Your arguments are divorced from real life.
              1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
                Michael L. 8 May 2022 18: 27
                -1
                You can not make scrambled eggs from ... other people's eggs.
                A personal attack is an unworthy "argument"! ;-(
                1. Taisiya_2 Offline Taisiya_2
                  Taisiya_2 (Taisiya) 10 May 2022 09: 38
                  0
                  Quote from Mikhail L.
                  You can not make scrambled eggs from ... other people's eggs.

                  you don't have your own eggs. And never was. 30 years in the stolen live.
                  1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
                    Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 13
                    -1
                    Are you talking about me specifically? You are wrong.
        3. guest Offline guest
          guest 8 May 2022 16: 45
          +3
          And what kind of peaceful coexistence with Ukrainian Nazis can there be? And in general, according to what law are these territories neighboring? The neighbor appropriated the territory and now has the audacity to claim that it all belongs to him.
          1. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
            Michael L. 8 May 2022 18: 47
            -3
            The author "gives the green light" to the Russian Federation for further territorial expansion after the end of the Ukrainian campaign!
            1. ustal51 Offline ustal51
              ustal51 (Alexander) 9 May 2022 11: 30
              +2
              This is not expansion, but the restoration of what has been temporarily lost.
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    2. Gennady1959 Offline Gennady1959
      Gennady1959 (Gennady) 8 May 2022 20: 04
      +2
      Accession issues need to be resolved not with local elites, but with the people. Unfortunately, the Russian elite considers the people to be cattle and their participation in politics as an unacceptable luxury.
  2. Anatol21 Offline Anatol21
    Anatol21 (Anatol21) 8 May 2022 11: 14
    +5
    Kherson and the south of the Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine have already broken away from it and are actually starting to join the Russian Federation, not yet legally, the main thing is that they will actually be in the Russian Federation ... The Baltic states were also not recognized after the Second World War, but this did not prevent it from being part of the Union.
  3. vlad127490 Offline vlad127490
    vlad127490 (Vlad Gor) 8 May 2022 11: 36
    +6
    The legal status of the territory of Ukraine is in full view. It is necessary to legislate that the territory of Ukraine, seized by the separatists with the help of NATO, is the property of Russia. Then, in accordance with the Law, the military operation carried out by Russia in Ukraine is the liberation of the territory of Russia occupied by separatists, the restoration of the territorial integrity of Russia. The presence of the Law will not allow the entry of troops of Poland, Romania, Hungary into the territory of Ukraine, and the annexation of the territory of Ukraine by these countries will automatically disappear. According to the Law, both the Crimea, and the LDNR, and the KhNR ....... all the lands of Ukraine are the property of Russia.
    The withdrawal of Ukraine from the USSR was possible only with a positive decision received at the USSR Referendum and the implementation of the USSR Law of April 3, 1990 No. 1410-I "On the procedure for resolving issues related to the withdrawal of a union republic from the USSR."
    The USSR Constitution of 1977 was adopted by all the peoples of the USSR, and only the entire people of the USSR could give permission for Ukraine to leave the USSR.
    The exit of Ukraine without a nationwide referendum in the USSR and the failure to comply with the law of April 3, 1990 No. 1410-I is a criminal offense that has no statute of limitations.
    What prevents the Kremlin from passing the Law? Fear for crime in the 90s.
    1. BMP-2 Offline BMP-2
      BMP-2 (Vladimir V.) 8 May 2022 12: 29
      +5
      Well, plus everything: if the Zelensky regime is criminal (and it is criminal), then who needs his recognition?
      1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 8 May 2022 12: 46
        0
        After Zelensky, there will be some other regime on the remains of Ukraine. And he can give recognition. What should we strive for.
  4. Professor Offline Professor
    Professor (Paul) 8 May 2022 13: 38
    +1
    Quote: Marzhetsky
    After Zelensky, there will be some other regime on the remains of Ukraine. And he can give recognition. What should we strive for.

    The main thing is that this regime itself should be recognized before that: no one needs a dozen or one and a half new "Pridnestrovies".
    1. ustal51 Offline ustal51
      ustal51 (Alexander) 9 May 2022 11: 32
      +1
      If they are all Russian, then we don't care about recognition and acknowledgers. Let them cackle in their chicken coop.
  5. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 8 May 2022 16: 00
    -2
    What a horror! How dare the author call himself a leftist?

    How important the legal side is is evidenced by the fact that the key demands of Moscow in negotiations with Kyiv are the recognition of Crimea and Sevastopol as Russian, and the DNR and LNR as independent states.

    If the annexation of Crimea legally registered in the Russian Federation is not enough, then how will the author's fantasies about federal territories help the cause? This is primarily a matter of international recognition and it is not at all clear how the designs proposed by the author will affect it.

    We will simply have to follow the path of authorship, and for this we will need to expand into new markets. For complete self-sufficiency of the domestic industry, it will be necessary to have a domestic market with a capacity of about 500 million wealthy consumers.

    In addition to the fact that this is nonsense, the entire post-Soviet space is 250 million. And it is difficult to call the citizens of Uzbekistan wealthy consumers.

    There is not so much either in Russia, or in Belarus, or in Ukraine taken together, which means that our further expansion in the post-Soviet space is objectively predetermined.

    Yep, already gone. Living space in the East.

    Domestic liberals are very fond of appealing to the experience of the United States as a kind of "city on a hill" that needs to be imitated. Well, let's see how the Americans built their empire.

    I don't know such liberals who constantly refer to the US experience. But the Russian right, including the author, constantly wants to do "like in America."

    So the question is, why shouldn't Russia, which itself is a former empire, start applying the experience of our "Western partners"? Why must there be a choice: say, Kherson is either ours with its inclusion in the Russian Federation, or not ours? After all, intermediate options are also possible, as we have shown above.

    Sergey, really, which of you is a leftist? The leftist cannot call for a revival of colonialism by referring to the artifacts of the XNUMXth century colonial system that have survived to this day.

    Such a differentiated approach would be most appropriate with the gradually liberated territories of Ukraine, where the degree of loyalty and disloyalty of the local population to Russia varies greatly depending on the region.

    Dadada... There, respected Volkonsky claims that in loyal Kharkov, a maximum of 15% of the population is pro-Russian. I wonder how many disloyal?
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 22
      0
      If the annexation of Crimea legally registered in the Russian Federation is not enough, then how will the author's fantasies about federal territories help the cause? This is primarily a matter of international recognition and it is not at all clear how the designs proposed by the author will affect it.

      Who is not enough? Liberda is finished? What does Russia have to do with international recognition?

      In addition to the fact that this is nonsense, the entire post-Soviet space is 250 million. And it is difficult to call the citizens of Uzbekistan wealthy consumers.

      So what? Who said that the former USSR is the ceiling?

      Yep, already gone. Living space in the East.

      No, the Monroe Doctrine in the West.

      I don't know such liberals who constantly refer to the US experience. But the Russian right, including the author, constantly wants to do "like in America."

      Oleg, you're just ridiculous.

      Sergey, really, which of you is a leftist? The leftist cannot call for a revival of colonialism by referring to the artifacts of the XNUMXth century colonial system that have survived to this day.

      Where did I call for a revival of colonialism, you hypocritical crook? I ask for a quote.

      Dadada... There, respected Volkonsky claims that in loyal Kharkov, a maximum of 15% of the population is pro-Russian. I wonder how many disloyal?

      And how many disloyal people are now left in the Kherson region? The mood of the population depends on whose flags hang and who walks the streets with weapons.
      1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 10 May 2022 21: 30
        -2
        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Who is not enough? Liberda is finished? What does Russia have to do with international recognition?

        Uh ... my friend, did you read your article?

        Unfortunately, not everyone understands the seriousness of this issue. People think, since Crimea is OUR, then all other countries with their position can go through the woods. How important the legal side is is evidenced by the fact that the key demands of Moscow in negotiations with Kyiv are the recognition of Crimea and Sevastopol as Russian, and the DNR and LNR as independent states.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        So what? Who said that the former USSR is the ceiling?

        I'm afraid to ask how far your expansionist fantasies extend (leftist wink )? And I would like to know, do you really think that such projects are adequate? Especially after the success of the NWO.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        No, the Monroe Doctrine in the West.

        Well, of course, what else can we look up to, the doctrine of 200 years ago. It's a little bit against your plans. Its essence was that the European colonialists would not be able to return to the American continent for fear of a collision with the United States.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Oleg, you're just ridiculous.

        I think you are funny. Have I ever referred to America as a role model? But you regularly offer to learn from her experience, while hating her fiercely. It's kind of weird. It seems that you want to make the United States out of the Russian Federation. Kill a dragon to become a dragon yourself.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        Where did I call for a revival of colonialism, you hypocritical crook? I ask for a quote.

        Well, again from your article

        Also, in a separate large article, one could write about the Overseas Territories of Great Britain and France. It is clear that all these are remnants of the colonial system, but it is quite flexible and allows Washington, London and Paris to hold and manage their numerous possessions, preventing a “parade of sovereignties”.

        And all sorts of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, this is one of the forms of colonialism. At least it was.

        Quote: Marzhetsky
        And how many disloyal people are now left in the Kherson region? The mood of the population depends on whose flags hang and who walks the streets with weapons.

        For a leftist, you are very contemptuous of people. Will your moods also depend on the flag?
        From Strelkov's telegram channel

        My friend returned from a trip to Kherson on a humanitarian mission. On his return, he called me and said: "You know, your lyrics are even too optimistic." Based on the results of communication with residents, he wrote his observations:
        ...
        5. On the spot, after talking with the locals, you clearly understand that the ongoing war is civil. The choice of side is purely political. It doesn't even depend on the language.
        6. The Russian Federation is losing the war for the minds. Because it's not clear whether Russia will stay or leave. The local pro-Russians sit quietly. They left Ukrainian TV, they just cut off the news channels. Not everyone has Russian ones.
        7. As a result, the mood in society is dominated by pro-Ukrainian ones. Judging by the conversations, 30% are for Russia, 50% are for Ukraine, 20% do not care. In the villages, the attitude towards Russians is worse than in the city.
  6. guest Offline guest
    guest 8 May 2022 16: 37
    +1
    Quote: Oleg Rambover
    And it is difficult to call the citizens of Uzbekistan wealthy consumers.

    The same can be said about the countries of Eastern Europe, but for some reason the West has tried in every possible way and is still trying to take over these markets. You want to say in the West there are only fools?
    1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
      Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 8 May 2022 20: 42
      -4
      Have you read the article? Your remark is in strict accordance with the saying: "There is an elder in the garden and an uncle in Kyiv."
      Western companies are trying to conquer the markets of the whole world, from the USA to the last Central African Republic. Everywhere there are consumers who are ready to buy goods, where there are more of them, somewhere there are fewer. This is an open market.
      And by the way, this cannot be said about the countries of Eastern Europe. Most of them will compete in the standard of living not only with Uzbekistan, but also with the Russian Federation.
      1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 24
        0
        Everywhere there are consumers who are ready to buy goods, where there are more of them, somewhere there are fewer. This is an open market.

        no way? Straight open? And why are Russian goods driven from them now at the behest of the United States? What is it open?
        1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
          Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 10 May 2022 21: 37
          -2
          Quote: Marzhetsky
          And why are Russian goods driven from them now at the behest of the United States?

          Can't guess why? For the Chinese, it's open. And for the Russians it was open. And even in some places there was success, and not only in the energy field. By the way, it seems to me that, using the example of the Russian Federation, the United States wants to teach a lesson to the PRC.
  7. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 8 May 2022 20: 04
    -3
    Yes. You never know what Putin said about the sovereignty of Ukraine.
    Imperialism needs expansion.
    Some countries are increasing the R&D of the economy.
    And others want to expand at the expense of neighbors. For this, all sorts of unrecognized republics were left for the future.
  8. svit55 Offline svit55
    svit55 (Sergey Valentinovich) 8 May 2022 21: 13
    +2
    Now solve all the problems in Novorossia within the boundaries of Catherine's times. Recognition by the West of the DPR and LPR cannot be expected, which means that it is necessary to return the entire left bank and the south with Transnistria. And to scare the West with the capture of Lviv, this will be the place of bargaining.
  9. Yuriy88 Offline Yuriy88
    Yuriy88 (Yuri) 8 May 2022 22: 11
    0
    what is so long? although I forgot, this is supposedly already work .. What does "opinion, review" for all cases .. Such a "broad specialization" - education, sources of information? if a person is not convicted of any power, opportunities, special education, he does not have reliable information., then. this is just the reasoning of the layman .. And is it of any value? Better Solovyov, there are at least real professionals .. Famous people .. And like this .. (
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 16
      0
      what is so long? although I forgot, this is supposedly already work .. Moreover, for all cases, "opinion, review."

      This is just my job, and I do it perfectly.

      Such "broad specialization" - education, sources of information? if a person is not convicted of any power, opportunities, special education, he does not have reliable information., then. this is just layman's speculation.

      By education, I am a lawyer. According to the second journalist. On the third political scientist. Two red diplomas.

      ? Better Solovyov, there are at least real professionals .. Famous people .. And like this .. (

      Solovyov has only clowns, to match himself.
      PS
      Yurka, an inhabitant with idle stupid reasoning here - that's you. And I, unlike you, a professional in a fairly wide range of issues.
      1. Yuriy88 Offline Yuriy88
        Yuriy88 (Yuri) 10 May 2022 19: 44
        0
        come on, go work at the factory, serve in the Soviet Army .. "red diploma .." !!! I read because you often flicker .. like it or not, you have to Never surprise me with anything!
  10. Ten canarias Offline Ten canarias
    Ten canarias (Ten Canarias) 8 May 2022 22: 27
    +1
    What is the strange map at the beginning of the article? Where is Kharkov, where is Odessa, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye and Dnepropetrovsk? Where is Kyiv, after all? Bad card. Silly card!
  11. yakisam Offline yakisam
    yakisam (Alexander) 9 May 2022 03: 52
    -1
    The author is just fooling the reader
    The current legislation of the Russian Federation prohibits the admission to the Russian Federation of the regions of Ukraine (which in Ukraine are administrative-territorial entities, because Ukraine is a unitary state, not a federal one) at the request of the Russian Federation alone, or even at the request of the inhabitants of these regions.
    And don't talk about "referenda".
    I repeat, our Russian legislation does not allow the admission of the territory of another state into the Russian Federation at the request of the Russian Federation alone or even at the request of the population of such a territory.
    Who does not believe - just read Part 2 of Article 4 of the Federal Constitutional Law of 17.12.2001/6/XNUMX. No. XNUMX-FKZ, which literally reads:

    Admission to the Russian Federation as a new subject of a foreign state or part thereof is carried out by mutual agreement of the Russian Federation and this foreign state in accordance with the international (interstate) agreement on the admission to the Russian Federation as a new subject of a foreign state or part thereof (hereinafter referred to as the international treaty ), concluded by the Russian Federation with this foreign state.

    That is, it is possible to accept some part of Ukraine in the Russian Federation not earlier than there will be "MUTUAL consent of the Russian Federation and this foreign state", that is, with the consent of Ukraine, in accordance with an international treaty concluded with Ukraine, i.e. Government of Ukraine!
    If someone wants to discuss - HOW to violate Russian laws, then I am AGAINST breaking the laws, and I am convinced that those who call for breaking the law should be held accountable for their calls to account ....
    1. Anatol21 Offline Anatol21
      Anatol21 (Anatol21) 9 May 2022 09: 37
      0
      MUTUAL consent of the Russian Federation and this foreign state

      if Ukraine as a state survives after the NWO, are you sure? For you, the recognition of the LDNR by Russia on February 21 and further entry into the Russian Federation is a violation of the law?
    2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 16
      0
      The author is just fooling the reader
      The current legislation of the Russian Federation prohibits the admission to the Russian Federation of the regions of Ukraine (which in Ukraine are administrative-territorial entities, because Ukraine is a unitary state, not a federal one) at the request of the Russian Federation alone, or even at the request of the inhabitants of these regions.
      And don't talk about "referenda".

      How can two mutually exclusive statements be contained in one paragraph?

      That is, it is possible to accept some part of Ukraine in the Russian Federation not earlier than there will be "MUTUAL consent of the Russian Federation and this foreign state", that is, with the consent of Ukraine, in accordance with an international treaty concluded with Ukraine, i.e. Government of Ukraine!

      Ha ha ha. What about Crimea and Sevastopol?

      If someone wants to discuss - HOW to violate Russian laws, then I am AGAINST breaking the laws, and I am convinced that those who call for breaking the law should be held accountable for their calls to account ....

      Well, write a complaint against President Putin smile
  12. Kofesan Offline Kofesan
    Kofesan (Valery) 10 May 2022 09: 00
    -1
    Russia may gain new federal territories

    This could have been assumed if it were not for the stubborn hurdy-gurdy, wound up at the very top, about "saving the Donbass."

    What is meant by "Donbass"??????????? What, ... only "Donbass" ???????????
    Maybe this means territory, not people.?
    And Kherson is not Donbass? And Odessa? And Sumy and Kharkiv? In my opinion, this is also Donbass, but driven underground by sadists ...

    If our commanders-in-chief do not stop thinking in terms of territories, like the Nazis, together with Mikhail L.:

    The author gave the Russian Federation an indulgence for "further expansion" ...

    then there will be no territories, no people on them. Even in Russia. And the opinion of European fascists, like their Ukrainian offspring, has never interested anyone. Let them live as they can. And where they can. But it is unlikely that Russia will endure their stench on Russian lands. Let them first deal with their attitude towards Banderva ...
    and, as a consequence of this, to their own idea of ​​their own!, European! fascism.

    And then they "conquered" Ukraine in 2014, enslaved it - entangled it with the Nazis, worse than Goebbels, and now, rubbing their sweaty hands, they suddenly declare that cleaning Russia from their trash is NOW!

    Quote from Mikhail L.
    We (as well as others!) do not need such a permanent "movement"!

    Is it impossible to "capture" what Mikhail L., together with Hitler's granddaughters, already managed to capture in 2014? (I hope he himself does not believe in the nonsense of the "spontaneous Maidan")
    Like, this is already German-European black soil, and take it away from the invaders from the Deutschlands NIZYA! And immoral!

    Does he (Mikhail L.) have brains that work only through ...?

    And so, it turns out, through dupu and "work"?
    Here is the LGBT pervert. ...
  13. Taisiya_2 Offline Taisiya_2
    Taisiya_2 (Taisiya) 10 May 2022 09: 33
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    Quote from Mikhail L.
    What will the world turn into if each country "reasonably" covets neighboring territories?

    these are not neighboring territories, but primordially Russian.
    Lands, each cm of which is densely watered with Russian blood.
    The lands we fought for. And the Ukrainians were randomly donated for free.
    By the way, the map is incorrect. Odessa, too, must be returned by all means.
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  15. vo2022smysl Offline vo2022smysl
    vo2022smysl (Common sense) 10 May 2022 10: 33
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    Just one question for the author: at the very beginning of the NWO, was our official position on the issue of the territorial integrity of Ukraine announced or not?
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 12: 18
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      The President made a number of mutually exclusive statements at the beginning of the NWO. What did he mean by that, ask him. And what do the Kherson new authorities have in mind, too.
      1. guest Offline guest
        guest 10 May 2022 13: 30
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        Can you cite these mutually exclusive statements of the President? "Blizzard" Peskov and other figures, please leave.
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 May 2022 14: 03
          +2
          Firstly, Peskov is Putin's press secretary, his official representative. On what basis should his statements be bracketed? Why? If he carries a gag, he should have been fired long ago.
          Secondly, the denazification of Ukraine is impossible without its occupation. No way. Putin wants to do both at the same time. This follows from his words.
          1. guest Offline guest
            guest 10 May 2022 14: 54
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            "Blizzard Peskov" is actually a quote from Putin himself. Well, you should also not forget that Putin is a lawyer by education and his statements should be taken in a legal context, de jure there will be no occupation, but de facto it is another matter. As an example, Germany has been de facto occupied for 77 years, but there is no de jure occupation there.
  16. Rustem Offline Rustem
    Rustem (Rustem) 11 May 2022 09: 15
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    Recognition and accession at the current stage are strongly reflected in the moods of our sympathetic countries - China and India, Vietnam and Malaysia, etc. by the size of the economy. Secondary stocks, disconnection from the Anglo-Saxon markets for these countries is worse than sleep. Therefore, their accession will accelerate after 2024 after the collapse of the EU and America into small entities that have fallen into regional powers and are forced to clear problems in their home markets. Russia does not need a model of self-sufficiency in the domestic market of 500 million people. This number originated from the economics of credit. Economic paradigms are changing. The model of consumption on loans at this stage has gone awry. The economy of renting durable things will come to replace it. It is enough for Russia to have a 200 million market in such a paradigm. And to earn surplus on the development of exports of products of deep processing of our hydrocarbon and food raw materials. The world always needs these products
  17. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 11 May 2022 12: 13
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    To all those who are afraid, what will they say in the West if Russia suddenly annexes the same Kherson, Odessa or Dnepropetrovsk (Ekaterinoslav) ..... And you take the place of an inherently Russian person who lives in the same Odessa or Dnepropetrovsk ...What should he do? Either leave their homeland or become a banderlog...In the end, what did a Ukrainian lose in Crimea? He lost his house, property, land....? I didn’t lose anything. I just gained a higher standard of living and security. There is a desire to teach children in Ukrainian, please. There are Ukrainian schools. Only the West will lose. But we should not give a damn about this ...