The ‘Crimea’, whose tribulation is not leaving Ukraine and Russia till date. About 239 years ago, in 1783, this wretched “Crimea” was annexed by the Russian Empire itself. Then there used to be the reign of Catherine the Great.
Ukraine-Russia face to face.
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These days Ukraine-Russia (Ukraine Russia Crisis) before turning to the flames of anger and potential war. History written in the year 1783 is about 239 years old from now (Crimea History) however, it is important to take a close look. So that by reading the text recorded in every day-date of these 239 years. May it be understood by us that after all, Russia and Ukraine (Russia Ukraine Conflict) in the heart. Why is the blazing flame of humiliating each other not taking the name of calming down? and Russia Ukraine (Ukraine Russia War) were given as gifts between “Crimea” (Crimea DisputeAfter all, what is the history of the ruckus, which is still not ready to give up the chase?
In fact, the ‘Crimea’ whose tribulation is not leaving Ukraine and Russia till date, about 239 years ago in 1783 this wretched “Crimea” (Crimea) was annexed by the Russian Empire itself. Then Catherine the Great (Catherine the Great Period) reigned. Catherine the Great then the vast Russian Empire (Catherine the Great) of the queen (Queen Catherine the Great) used to happen. 1954 came about 171 years after that. In 1954, the Soviet Union itself held a distinctly influential position in the human world crowd. Until 1954 both Russia and Ukraine were part of the Soviet Union. In those same days i.e. about 68 years ago, in 1954, the Soviet Union, now after 68 years of enmity, gave Crimea, Ukraine, as a gift.
Cursed gift became ruckus-e-jaan
Nikita Khrushchev used to be the supreme leader of the Soviet Union at the time when Crimea was handed over to Ukraine as a gift. After 37 years of gifting the Crimea, the Soviet Union broke up in 1991. Therefore, Ukraine and Russia, which were part of the Soviet Union at that time, became two separate countries. Since then, this one ‘Crimea’ has become a ruckus-e-life for two countries, Russia and Ukraine. Means the only Crimea given in the gift, even today after 37 years, the country’s peace is overshadowed by the situation forced by the situation from Russia and Ukraine. For the last eight years, there has been a constant ruckus about this Crimea, when 8 years from now, in 2014, Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed Crimea.
Russia’s own argument is justified
When did Russia snatch Crimea? As if the peace of day and night in Ukraine was blown away. Ukraine declared its own independence in 1991. After that in May 2002 Ukraine itself. Started implementing efforts to join NATO (NATO). Russia has been a strong opponent of Ukraine’s accession to NATO from day one. Russia was always worried that if Ukraine merged with NATO, the borders of Russia would be weakened forever. NATO countries, Britain and America together can surround Russia at any time. In such a situation, the rich Russia of immense power can also become weak. So Russia’s own concern is also justified. Which country will knowingly agree to reduce its power and weaken its borders?
Non-signing is the root of the ruckus
However, with the passing of this turmoil, Viktor Yanukovich was elected President of Ukraine in the February 2010 general elections. Even though Yanukovich had been elected President of Ukraine. He was but a staunch supporter of Russia, when in November 2013, Yanukovich was asked to sign a deal with the European Union. Since he was a very pro-Russian president. So in November 2013, he did not sign that agreement. However, Ukraine had to get a huge amount of about $ 15 billion from that agreement. Bus Yanukovich’s withdrawal from signing that agreement also became a major source of the ruckus. The people who chose Yanukovich even after being staunchly pro-Russian.
All the demonstrators were killed
Yanukovich was made the President of Ukraine. Those same people took to the streets of Ukraine against him. By the time February 2014 arrived, in the midst of the street noise against that decision of Ukrainian President Yanukovich, every attempt to suppress the voices of the opponents who took to the streets of Ukraine’s capital Kiev, in the sound of government guns, failed. Many protesters were killed in that incident. Therefore, for the sake of the safety of his life in those deteriorating conditions, then overnight President Yanukovich had to leave Ukraine and run away. As a result, on 18 March 2014, Russia officially annexed Crimea. However, then Russian President Putin had categorically denied that Russia had interfered in the annexation of Crimea.
When Crimea reached Russia
However, then in an interview, Vladimir Putin gave a statement, in which Putin said that the return of Crimea to Russia had begun on the same night that Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich left the chair and ran to save his life. After that, with the help of Russia, the senior leader of the Unity Party, Sergei Aksionov, was made the Prime Minister of Crimea. On 18 March 2014, Russian President Putin and Crimean Prime Minister Aksyonov signed a treaty. It was only from this treaty that it was proved that from that date Crimea had officially become a part or part of Russia. After that, there were frequent reports of bloodshed between Russian supporters and Ukraine in their insistence on saving a Crimea. On 11 February 2015, France and Germany made a peace agreement between Russia and Ukraine, in which both agreed to ceasefire.
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