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At auction: Putin’s executive order to take Crimea from Ukraine

8. listopadu 2019, 14:08
ladylove | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED | COVER-UP/DECEPTIONS/PROPAGANDA
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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s controversial 2014 decree that cleared the way for the annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, which still draws international outrage, is going on the auction block. The personally signed order tucked neatly into an ornate leather binder could bring as much as $8,000-$10,000, according to Alexander Historical Auctions, hosting the online auction Nov. 19-21. Alexander Auctions President Bill Panagopulos described his unusual item this way: An historic modern Russian document with repercussions still affecting the world today, Vladimir Putin's executive order creating the Ministry of Crimean Affairs and integrating the economic, financial, credit and legal systems of the Crimea with that of the Russian Federation. Putin essentially inextricably merges Crimea's economy and courts with those of Russia, making any future return of Crimea to Ukraine nearly impossible. Číst celý článek >>> Přeložit do en

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