Ukraine called on to give part of its territory to Russia


Although not at the official level, since 2014 the Europeans have been talking about the division of Ukraine, considering this country to be artificially “woven”. The other day, a similar statement was made by the former Foreign Minister and Minister of Education of Romania Andrei Marga.


The Romanian statesman said during a press conference dedicated to the release of his book on democracy that Ukraine is in "unnatural borders." In his opinion, Kyiv should "share" the territories with Bucharest, Budapest, Warsaw and Moscow. Moreover, Ukraine will only get better if it gives up these lands.

I say with all responsibility: Ukraine is in unnatural borders. It must cede territories: Hungary - Transcarpathia, Poland - Galicia, Romania - Bukovina, and Russia - Donbass and Crimea. These are the territories of other states

he called.

Marga pointed out that further stability and security in Europe depends on this. At the same time, the conflict between Ukraine and Russia can be ended with the mediation of the United States, Germany and China. Negotiations between Ukrainians and Russians in the presence of Americans, Germans and Chinese will bring results. He stressed that only agreements with the participation of all the above-mentioned countries would make it possible to create a guaranteed system of international tranquility.

Note that the reaction of Ukraine to the proposal made by Romania was extremely aggressive.
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  1. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 18 September 2022 15: 33
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    The division of the skin of the bear that had not yet been killed began. Romania has something to present to today's Ukraine - Bukovina, Transnistria, the Danube regions. Here are the Hungarians, Poles and Russia, with almost the entire left-bank Ukraine .. Perhaps the strategic task from the world Semites to V. Zelensky is precisely this - to bleed and then dismember the square .... Here the Russian Federation receives a fraction of the pie instead of the whole pie, yes, neighbors, more implacable enemies in the past, are strengthened ...
    1. trampoline instructor (Cotriarch Peril) 19 September 2022 08: 35
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      Romania has something to present to today's Ukraine - Bukovina, Transnistria, the Danube regions.

      Transnistria has never been part of Romania.
  2. isofat Offline isofat
    isofat (isofat) 18 September 2022 16: 15
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    Note that the reaction of Ukraine to the proposal made by Romania was extremely aggressive.

    Khazars in flight. laughing
  3. silviu Offline silviu
    silviu (Silviu) 18 September 2022 18: 59
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    For some reason, everyone forgets (including the current government of Moldova) that access to the Black Sea from the Dniester estuary to Izmail is the Moldovan land from which it entered the USSR and left without it and without access to the sea. This is without almost 30% of its original territories. While it was in the USSR, it became much smaller without any plebiscite and no one was asked. So decided Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev and gave a large piece of Moldova with the island of the Snake to Ukraine! Who does not believe, look at the map and everything will become clear.
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 18 September 2022 20: 04
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      The territory that you consider part of Moldova has never been part of Moldova. On the maps, it was depicted either as part of Bulgaria, or as Bessarabia / Budzhak horde.
      But part of Moldova (half) remained part of Romania. The lands west of the Prut are part of Moldova. Romania today before 1878 did not exist in nature. It arose as a result of the shameful (according to the results for Russia) war of 1877-78. and the Berlin Treaty imposed on Russia. The entire Black Sea part of present-day Romania (about 200 per 100 km) is also Bulgaria.
      Operation of the Red Army in 1940. It was called "Liberation of Moldavia and Bessarabia".
      I will drop you a couple of links to old maps in a personal, everything is quite obvious there.
      1. trampoline instructor (Cotriarch Peril) 19 September 2022 08: 32
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        Operation of the Red Army in 1940. It was called "Liberation of Moldavia and Bessarabia".

        Liberation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina.
        According to the annexes to the Non-Aggression Pact of August 23, 1939.
    2. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 18 September 2022 20: 24
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      Did you get the links? And then I don’t see the message in my correspondence.
    3. trampoline instructor (Cotriarch Peril) 20 September 2022 08: 53
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      So decided Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev and gave a large piece of Moldova with the island of the Snake to Ukraine!

      Southern Bessarabia was given to Ukraine in the summer of 1940 by decision of Comrade Stalin. In return, the Moldavian SSR received from Ukraine the Moldavian ASSR, which was part of the latter since 1924, and now it is called Transnistria. Serpentine was disconnected from Romania and annexed to the USSR (if I'm not mistaken) in 1948, that is, also under Stalin. Bukovina was given to the Ukrainian SSR in 1940, now it is the Chernivtsi region.
      Khrushchev had nothing to do with this.
  4. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 18 September 2022 19: 20
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    I say with all responsibility...

    So where is his responsibility? He is ex. And Putin will no longer talk to Zelensky. Zelensky has long shown his inability to negotiate.
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    1. antibi0tikk Offline antibi0tikk
      antibi0tikk (Sergei) 18 September 2022 20: 18
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      well, not really! after, when, at the request of the USSR, the Romanian troops left Bessarabia, part of the Izmail, Akkerman and Khotyn districts were transferred to the Ukrainian SSR.
      and such a feeling, when Russian troops reach the PMR and the Moldovan border, then Gagauzia will wave goodbye to Moldova.
  7. zuuukoo Offline zuuukoo
    zuuukoo (Sergei) 18 September 2022 20: 14
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    Fick knows what and to whom belongs "historically", but if, after all the losses, both human and financial (due to sanctions), the Russian Federation does not receive at least Odessa and Kharkov, it is not clear why it was necessary to start at all then.

    However, at the moment, everything looks like the borders of 1991 will eventually be. With the possible exception of Crimea. And that's not a fact.
  8. boriz Offline boriz
    boriz (boriz) 18 September 2022 21: 21
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    In general, Romania would be better off starting with its own country. It simply has no historical boundaries.
    This is an artificial compilation from Wallachia and stolen pieces of Transylvania (Hungary), Moldavia, Bulgaria. Appeared in 1878. Before 1878 there was no Romania in this territory. Never.
  9. trampoline instructor (Cotriarch Peril) 19 September 2022 08: 48
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    considering this country artificially "woven".

    The same can be said about Romania itself.
    The map is very strange - the Chernivtsi region is painted over in green, that is, it is attached to the current Republica Moldova, to which Transnistria is also attached.
  10. Sergey Kuzmin Offline Sergey Kuzmin
    Sergey Kuzmin (Sergei) 19 September 2022 18: 39
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    The Romanian statesman said during a press conference dedicated to the release of his book on democracy that Ukraine is in "unnatural borders." In his opinion, Kyiv should "share" the territories with Bucharest, Budapest, Warsaw and Moscow. Moreover, Ukraine will only get better if it gives up these lands.

    So, you see, the Ukronazis will soon start fighting with the Romanians ...)))
  11. viktor goblin Offline viktor goblin
    viktor goblin (viktor goblin) 19 September 2022 20: 15
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    And the king is naked. And you are with him \ likewise with all the leaders \ rushing with the wind .. This is not a reproach - a fact on the face of the face. To be fair, everywhere. "People" never decided anything. And it won't. Nobody canceled the caste. Naive DB.