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The split between Russia and Western nations over Ukraine is the deepest since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Russia has said Western nations are taking actions which have inflamed the tense situation in Ukraine in the wake of the disputed election. President Vladimir Putin even accused the European Union of encouraging supporters of opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko to take to the streets in mass demonstrations, which Russia terms "anti-democratic". Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has taken it a step further, saying that certain countries want to "move things beyond legal norms" and that they want to push the Ukraine "to be more with the West."
Originally posted by jazzgul
Well, I can say some words about Poland as I live here now and it's easy for me to be in touch with Polish news.
I wish they can stop to worry about their future, and I hope for them, that your words Phoenix won't became the prediction of their future (and ours as well)
Sadly for me I understand your point and I cannot fully disagree with your thoughts...
let's pray for peace,
LONDON (Reuters) - A "new Iron curtain" could fall across Ukraine if the West does not support the former Soviet state's democracy movement, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has said.
Thatcher, who ruled the country in the 1980s when the first cracks appeared in the Communist bloc, has mostly retreated from public life due to poor health and rarely comments on events.
"A new Iron Curtain threatens to fall across Ukraine," Thatcher said in a statement on Monday. "The West and its leaders must act decisively to support the brave Ukrainian democrats in their struggle. Tyranny must not prevail."
Originally posted by PyschoSteve85
WW3 aint happening for a while and John Titor was a fake. Yes im serious.