Ukraine Notebook: Crimeaa s residents face difficult choice, to become Russian or leave
For everyone else, however, it's a nightmare come true that's forced them to choose between taking Russian citizenship and submitting to rule from Moscow, or fleeing.Full Story
Red Deer, Canada
#1 Apr 6, 2014
To many residents it will be a horrible choice. The Tatars probably the worst. I believe that the UN and many countries will come to their side and try to negotiate something with Russia, who knows maybe the proUkranians will work with them for their share of Crimea.
It was very interesting that the Tatars offered to share their mosks with Catholics and Orthodox as a nondenominational church, that statement alone speaks volumes about the general humanitarian personalities that we are talking about.
The first betrayal has surfaced to the seniors that voted based on the increase of their pensions and now are told no pension until the end of they year and it will be paid in rubles and they must pay a fee to a handler in order to cash their cheques, now what other tidbit is going to change?
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