marți, 4 martie 2014

Primvara de la Praga redivivus?

Hmmm, nu miroase a bine... Se pare ca au dreptate cei care fac o paralela intre ce se intampla acum in Ucraina si pozitia rusilor fata de "Primavara de la Praga", din 1968. imi amintesc perfect data intrarii trupelor Tratatului de la Varsovia, minus cele romane, in capitala Cehoslovaciei...noaptea de 21/22 august...Numai eu stiu cum tremura inima in mine cand am vazut instalate tunurile antiaeriene in curtea Laboratorului, undeva la marginea orasului, si cata mila mi-a fost apoi ascultand la radio apelul disperat de ajutor din Bratislava, cand se spunea in mai multe limbi ca e o minciuna, nimeni nu a chemat trrupele invadatoare...

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 6:12 AM EST

Putin Calls Events in Ukraine an ‘Unconstitutional Coup’
As Secretary of State John Kerry headed for embattled Kiev to meet with Ukraine’s fledgling leadership, President Vladimir V. Putin on Tuesday described the crisis there as the result of an “unconstitutional coup,” throwing his support behind ousted President Viktor F. Yanukovych and reserving the right to use force as “a last resort,” news reports said.
In televised remarks reported by Reuters, Mr. Putin also said there was no need to use force at the moment in Crimea, Ukraine’s southern region on the Black Sea where Russian troops and naval vessels have encircled Ukrainian military facilities, saying they were protecting ethnic Russians.
Mr. Putin’s remarks came after declared the scheduled end of a surprise military exercise he ordered in western Russia near Ukraine’s border last week, telling military units that participated to return to their permanent garrisons.

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