Was Russland anstelle der Krim erhalten hat

Es wird jetzt überall behauptet, dass Chruschtschow die Krim der Ukraine geschenkt habe. Tatsächlich hatte er damit nichts zu tun. Die Übergabe der Krim an die Ukraine fand am 19. Februar 1954 statt. Zu diesem Zeitpunkt war Chruschtschow noch nicht entscheidungsbefugt, obwohl er bereits Erster Sekretär der KPdSU war.

Die Krim übergab G. Malenkow, und K. Worochylow hat die Verordnung des Präsidiums des Obersten Rats der UdSSR unterschrieben.

Noch ein sehr wichtiges Detail, das oft verschwiegen wird: Im Gegenzug zur Krim hat Russland Taganrog und alle anliegenden Gebiete, die dem Territorium der Halbinsel Krim entsprechen, erhalten. Erwähnenswert ist, dass Kyiw im Gegenzug für die reichen schwarzen Böden von Taganrog die ariden Böden, Salzsteppe, Gebiete ohne Wasser und Bewässerungssysteme, ohne Strom und Energieressourcen bekommen hat. Aber kaum jemand berücksichtigt dies heute.

Quelle: http://uainfo.org/yandex/295891-chto-poluchila-rossiya-vzamen-kryma-v-1954-godu.html
Übersetzung: Olha Poberezhna

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Presidential elections: 38 candidates have submitted documents to the CEC

March 30, 2014. Based on preliminary data, only 23 documents packages out of those submitted by the presidential candidates meet requirements

38 documents packages have been submitted to the Central Electoral Commission (the CEC) for registering presidential candidates in the early elections. However, only 23 of these meet all requirements, the CEC Press Service reports [update: as of March 31, 24 of the packages meet requirements – ed].  Continue reading

Interfax-Ukraine: Kyiv offers Moscow a plan to transform Russia into a confederation

The Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (MFA) offered Russian Federation a plan to make a confederation out of Russia, which involves having several official state languages to ensure equal representation of ethnic minorities in the matters of state and politics.

euflYevheniy Perebiynis, the head of the MFA’s Department of Information Policy, commented on Russia’s proposal of Ukrainian federalization and upholding the rights of Ukrainian citizens, at a briefing on Monday, March 31. Mr. Perebiynis pointed out that the Russians’ forceful suggestions on Ukraine’s federal organization, political, economic and sociocultural life were grossly inappropriate.

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Russia’s Proposed Plan for Ukraine

Ukrainian political strategist Taras Berezovets published the following action plan reportedly proposed by Russia for Ukraine.

“There are reports that Russia has prepared for Ukraine the following plan, which, according to the Kremlin’s conception, should be supported by the US and the European Union:

1) Adoption of the new Constitution of Ukraine, which would affirm Ukraine’s neutral status. Ukraine officially rejects prospects of membership in EU and NATO. Continue reading

Maidan is not going away. Maidan is in all of us.

Maidan is not going away. Maidan is in all of us!

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"The Revolution Still Is" “Revolution Continues”

By Roman Donik
03.26.2014
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Source: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=714800675218563&set=a.287642224601079.73288.100000659128651&type=1&stream_ref=10

I am not justifying or blaming anyone.
I will attempt to view [the situation in Crimea] from the position of a Russian speaking-Ukrainian nationalist in an emotionless way. From the position of a person who is concerned about the revival and formation of the country. For the liberation of Ukraine from its Soviet legacy and Russian dominance.
From the position of a person who stood on Maidan for the good. Like thousands of others. Like millions who support the revolution.
As someone who wants to see Ukraine become a truly independent, developed and flourishing [country].

I’m very disheartened that people who 20 years ago were enraptured with the heroes of the revolution such as Kotovski, ComradeArtem, Shchors and others, are now suddenly throwing labels around.
Gangs, gangsters, extortionists, looters, etc. Let’s not forget history.
And without sentences and verdicts. History will evaluate [them].
Until the revolution…

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Ukraine asks the Netherlands to return museum exhibits

Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has formally requested that the Netherlands guarantee the return to Ukraine of exhibits from the exhibition “Crimea: Gold and Secrets from the Black Sea ” from Amsterdam, announced foreign ministry spokesman Yevhen Perebyynis.

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Problems in Crimea: the worst is yet to come

Thoughts from around Crimea, and the worst is yet to come…

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Yulia Smirnova
03.24.2014 Facebook
Translated by Anna Danilova and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Source: https://www.facebook.com/smirnovaulya/posts/620482008007764

[My brother] Orest called from Simferopol.

In short, he said the following:

The underground passages are not illuminated anymore. He was walking to work through an underpass, and a few Russian servicemen passed him in the opposite direction. They were cursing and using their cell phones as flashlights, because the darkness was just terrible. No electricity.

Between themselves, they said that they would have to stay in Crimea without illumination for a while. 🙂

And I thought that this morning I’d heard on the radio about Russia willing to sell [natural] gas to us at a price of $500, while Europe would sell it cheaper – at $350.

And now, the neighbours are complaining that the air is no longer fresh in the city, and that it stinks of diesel oil everywhere.

And they are just getting started… The worst is yet to come.

I…

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