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EP: Russia, Keep Out of Eastern Europe!

Politics » BULGARIA IN EU | December 12, 2013, Thursday // 19:35| Views: 1210 | Comments: 8
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Bulgaria: EP: Russia, Keep Out of Eastern Europe!

The European Parliament has adopted a resolution Thursday underscoring the need for EU institutions to do more to facilitate the European integration of post-Soviet countries, including Ukraine.

The declaration explicitly condemns what MEPs call "Russian pressure" on Ukraine and Armenia, who chose not to sign an Association Agreement with the EU at the November 29 Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius.

The parliament also expressed concern at the aggravated political situation in Ukraine, condemning the use of violence against pro-EU protesters, and cautioning those in power to listen to their people.

MEPs have also pointed to the democratic possibility in any democracy to call new elections “when renewed popular legitimacy is needed."

The European Parliament has decided to send a special delegation to Ukraine, and has called other EU institutions to do so too.

MEPs have further "rejected very firmly" proposals, coming from both Ukraine and Russia, that trilateral talks be held on Ukraine's European integration.

They have expressed their disappointment of Armenia's choice to enter into a customs union with Russia, and at the same time satisfaction that progress has been made towards the association of Georgia and Moldova.

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#8
VillaGuy - 14 Dec 2013 // 16:09:09

Neophite, read Yanes post as your geography appears to be lacking, Russia's population lies in Europe. I can't believe people who have such limited knowledge try to make a judgement on something which completely eludes them

#7
Yane - 13 Dec 2013 // 18:37:05

Neobudala.

Asian Russia is wilderness, the vast majority of the Russian population live in EUROPE and that's where their capital is (in contrast EU wants Turkey to join, an Asian people, most land is in Asia where most of them live, their capital is in Asia, and they history has ever been anti-European ie trying to replace European sovereignties with Asian invasions n dictates).

Speaking of stolen land, east germany is stolen land, BELONGS TO THE SLAVS! If I had been Stalin, I would have deported every kraut n split the land between Sorbia & Poland, the true owners of that real estate.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Berlin
The original Slavic town of Berlin was on the eastern bank of the Spree, approximately where the Nikolaiviertel now stands

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prussia
The name Prussia derives from the Old Prussians. In the 13th century, German crusaders, the Teutonic Knights, conquered "Old Prussia". In 1308 the Teutonic Knights conquered the formerly Polish region of Pomerelia with Gdańsk (Danzig). Their monastic state was mostly Germanised through immigration from central and western Germany

NOW, you un-educated buffoon, you can see the full extent of your ignorance! :) Don't bitch about "köningsberg" THAT PLACE WAS NEVER YOUR LAND! It is back in SLAVIC HANDS, so cry me a river, GERMan!

Lol the 'golden horde' is broken, like every enemy stupid enough to mess with Russia. Trouble is that you think that to be "European" you must be western european mindset. Lol who elected you to decide things? Russians are European BUT East Europeans. Look at the map again, Eastern Europe is the LARGEST part of Europe, western Europe is the fringe. Now, go back crying about drang nach osten failed.

#6
Maudlin - 13 Dec 2013 // 13:53:46

It is not a conspiracy, Hairy. It is an exposed truth. Why is it so hard for you to see the obvious - that one gang of bandits control politicians, banks, the resources, etc.

#5
Neophyte Bosveli - 13 Dec 2013 // 12:20:25

Your geography is somewhat wanting, Yane. The biggest part of Russia is in Asia; and the biggest part of Western Russia, which is in Eastern Europe, consists of illegally occupied territories - ever heard of Königsberg‎ - Kalinigrad, or of Karelia? The list goes on.
But what matters more is that Russia isn't and has never been in Europe mentally and politically: it's still the Golden Horde's vassal. Ever since Alexander Nevsky.

#4
Al Bundy - 13 Dec 2013 // 10:29:00

Not lol at all.

They just draw a new line for the European continent to put Russia in Asia. As simple as that.

They say that history is written by winners. The same apllies to geography.

#3
Hairydave - 13 Dec 2013 // 03:11:50

Zionist controlled? Western degenerates? Imposing jewish-masonic will? I like you Maudlin, you're the sort of foamy mouthed dribbling lunatic every forum needs.

Please tell us what other world conspiracy theories you buy into. It'll entertain.

#2
Maudlin - 13 Dec 2013 // 00:47:18

Zionist controlled bandit globalist organization called EU has no business whatsoever to wave the fake flag of democracy. Ukraine is everlasting Russian territory of geopolitical interests. Period. End of story. The western degenerates still believe it is the 80s when by economical sanctions they could impose the jewish-masonic will. No matter how hard Soros and other zionist bandits sponsor the new world order their trials will fail.

#1
Yane - 12 Dec 2013 // 22:36:49

How can they "keep out of Eastern Europe" when they are the biggest Eastern European country? Lol?

http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/eunewneb.gif

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