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KC: Moscow Demands From Yanukovich To Return FSB To Crimea And To Stop Relationship With Georgia

posted by eagle on February, 2010 as Imperialism

Moscow demands from Yanukovich to return FSB to Crimea and to stop relationship with Georgia

Publication time: 23 February 2010, 17:20 

Moscow has put forward to a new Ukrainian leader, Viktor Yanukovich, a number of categorical demands, which are required for the resumption of friendly relations between the two countries, magazine "Vlast (Power)", as well as some Ukrainian sources, reported.


The head of the administration of formal Kremlin ringleader, Sergei Naryshkin, who conducted 6-hour-long talks with Yanukovich, visited Kiev on the eve, newspaper reminds.


Citing a source in the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry, the magazine wrote that "Russia has prepared a list of specific steps that the new government in Kiev should take as a sign of renewed friendship between the former fraternal peoples".


"Moscow would like the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry to refuse the services of consultants from the CIA ... Suffice to say that on summer of 2008 ...

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Window On Eurasia: Do the Kaliningrad Protests Represent The Rise Of A ‘New Kind’ Of Opposition Movement In Russia?

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Window on Eurasia: Do the Kaliningrad Protests Represent the Rise of a ‘New Kind’ of Opposition Movement in Russia?

Paul Goble

Vienna, February 23 – The 10,000-strong demonstration in Kaliningrad at the end of January by virtue of those who took part in it, their motivations, their organizing techniques, and the reaction of the regional authorities may represent the birth of "a Russian opposition of a new kind,” according to a Moscow journalist.
In an article in the current issue of "Russky reporter,” Anna Rudnitskaya draws that conclusion on the basis of her conversations with those who were involved in the January 30th meeting and predicts that protests elsewhere across the Russian Federation are increasingly likely to follow the same pattern (
According to the Moscow journalist, many of those who organized and took part in the Kaliningrad protest were "representatives of small business,” people she describes as "the least politicized” ...

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Window On Eurasia: Non-Russians Call For Restoring Minority Language Component In Schools

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Window on Eurasia: Non-Russians Call for Restoring Minority Language Component in Schools

Paul Goble

Vienna, February 22 – Inspired by the UN’s declaration of February 21 as International Native Language Day, some 100 scholars and activists met over the weekend in Chuvashia and demanded that Moscow reverse course and restore the non-Russian language component in the schools of the republics in the Russian Federation.
Three aspects of this meeting are worth noting. First, it is another indication of the way in which activists within the Russian Federation are affected by the actions of international organizations. Second, it is a measure of just how sensitive language issues are for the more than 35 million people in the Russian Federation who do not speak Russian as a native language.
And third, and perhaps most important, it is a sign that increasingly various non-Russian groups are prepared to work together on common issues rather ...

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Window On Eurasia: Moscow Makes New Demands On Ukraine After Yanukovich’s Victory

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Window on Eurasia: Moscow Makes New Demands on Ukraine after Yanukovich’s Victory

Paul Goble

Vienna, February 22 – Moscow has demanded that incoming Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich among other things end Kyiv’s contacts with the CIA and allow the FSB to return to Crimea, part of a more general effort by Russia to exploit the election outcome in Ukraine and an indication of what will be at stake there in the coming months.
In an article in today’s issue of "Vlast’,” journalist Vladimir Solovyev, drawing on both Russian and Ukrainian diplomatic sources, describes Moscow’s pleasure at the election of Yanukovich and its expectations that he will reverse many of the "orange” policies of his predecessor Viktor Yushchenko (
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Solovyev notes, has not been able to hide his delight that Yushchenko will soon be out of office and that the "orange” revolution which brought him to office ...

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NatPress: "Khabze And Nur" (Moscow) Asks Not To Combine A Festival With Mourning

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 "Khabze and Nur" (Moscow) asks not to combine a festival with mourning 

21 February 2010 – NatPress.Net

Public organization "Khabze and Nur” 
115280, Moscow, st. Avtozavodskaya 17, 3-103. 

Minister for Information, Communications, 
work with community associations and youth 
Kabardino-Balkar Republic 
Mr. Pashtov B.S 

Dear Boris Sultanovich!

It is gratifying to know that the Kabardino-Balkar Republic honored to host the All-Russia festival "Student spring”. Undoubtedly Nalchik as one of the most beautiful cities of Russia is worthy of this honor. Given the traditional hospitality of the peoples of Kabardino-Balkaria we have no doubt in the successful organization of the festival.

But our joy clouded by the fact that the closing day of the festival is May 21. As you know the 21 of May is a tragic and memorial day for all the Circassians (Adygeyans) in the world, on this day Circassians paid a tribute of respect who gave their lives in defense of the Circassian homeland.

The coincidence of the date of closing of the festival with the date of the day ...

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