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Sep 30 - BREAKING: Putin Signs Treaties Annexing Ukrainian Regions into Russia
 

 
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KYIV, Ukraine — Russian President Vladimir Putin signed treaties Friday to annex occupied areas of Ukraine and said he would use “all available means” to protect the territory that Ukrainian and Western officials said Russia was claiming illegitimately and in violation of international law.

In a speech preceding the treaty-signing ceremony, Putin urged Ukraine to sit down for talks to end the seven months of f*ghting that started when he ordered his troops to invade the neighboring country. But he warned that Russia would never give up the absorbed regions and would protect them as part of its sovereign territory.

The ceremony came three days after the completion of Kremlin-orchestrated “referendums” on joining Russia that were dismissed by Kyiv and the West as a bare-faced land grab held at gunpoint and based on lies.

Putin said Ukrainian authorities should “treat ... with respect” the lopsided results of the Moscow-managed votes and warned sternly that Russia would never surrender control of the Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions.

Both houses of the Kremlin-controlled Russian parliament will meet next week to rubber-stamp the treaties for the regions to join Russia, sending them to Putin for his approval.

Ukrainian officials dismissed Putin’s remarks, saying the future of the Ukraine was being decided on the battlefields of Ukraine.

“We continue to work and liberate Ukrainian territories. And we don’t pay attention to those whose time to take pills has come,” Andrii Yermak, the head of the Ukrainian president’s office, said. “The army is working, Ukraine is united. Only moving forward.”

The event in the Kremlin’s opulent white-and-gold St. George’s Hall was organized for Putin and the heads of the four regions of Ukraine to sign treaties for the areas to join Russia, in a sharp escalation of the seven-month conflict.

The separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions in eastern Ukraine have been backed by Moscow since declaring independence in 2014, weeks after the annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula. The southern Kherson region and part of the neighboring Zaporizhzhia were captured by Russia soon after Putin sent troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24.

Putin and his lieutenants have bluntly warned Ukraine against pressing an offensive to reclaim the regions, saying Russia would view it as an act of aggression against its sovereign territory and wouldn’t hesitate to use “all means available” in retaliation, a reference to Russia’s nuclear arsenal.

The Kremlin-organized votes in Ukraine and the nuclear warning are an attempt by Putin to avoid more defeats in Ukraine that could threaten his 22-year rule.

Russia controls most of the Luhansk and Kherson regions, about 60% of the Donetsk region and a large chunk of the Zaporizhzhia region where it took control of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant.

Asked about Russia’s plans, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that at the very least Moscow aims to “liberate” the entire Donetsk region.

As it prepared to celebrate the incorporation of the occupied Ukrainian regions, the Kremlin was on the verge of another stinging battlefield loss, with reports of the imminent Ukrainian encirclement of the eastern city of Lyman.

Retaking it could open the path for Ukraine to push deep into one of the regions Russia is absorbing, a move widely condemned as illegal that opens a dangerous new phase of the seven-month war.

Russia on Friday also pounded Ukrainian cities with missiles, rockets and suicide drones, with one strike reported to have k*lled 25 people. The salvos together amounted to the heaviest barrage that Russia has unleashed for weeks.

They followed analysts’ warnings that Putin was likely to dip more heavily into his dwindling stocks of precision weapons and step up attacks as part of a strategy to escalate the war to an extent that would shatter Western support for Ukraine.

The Kremlin preceded its scheduled annexation ceremonies Friday with another warning to Ukraine that it shouldn’t f*ght to take back the four regions. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow would view a Ukrainian attack on the taken territory as an act of aggression against Russia itself.

The annexations are Russia’s attempt to set its gains in stone, at least on paper, and scare Ukraine and its Western backers with the prospect of an increasingly escalatory conflict unless they back down — which they show no signs of doing. The Kremlin paved the way for the land-grabs with “referendums,” sometimes at gunpoint, that Ukraine and Western powers universally dismissed as rigged shams.

“It looks quite pathetic. Ukrainians are doing something, taking steps in the real material world, while the Kremlin is building some kind of a virtual reality, incapable of responding in the real world,” former Kremlin speechwriter turned political analyst Abbas Gallyamov said.

“People understand that the politics is now on the battlefield,” he added. “What’s important is who advances and who retreats. In that sense, the Kremlin cannot offer anything сomforting to the Russians.”

A Ukrainian counter-offensive has deprived Moscow of mastery on the military fields of battle. Its hold of the Luhansk region appears increasingly shaky, as Ukrainian forces make inroads there, with the pincer a*sault on Lyman. Ukraine also still has a large foothold in the neighboring Donetsk region.

Luhansk and Donetsk – wracked by f*ghting since separatists there declared independence in 2014 – form the wider Donbas region of eastern Ukraine that Putin has long vowed, but so far failed, to make completely Russian. Peskov said that both Donetsk and Luhansk will be incorporated Friday into Russia in their entirety.

All of Kherson and parts of Zaporizhzhia, two other regions being prepared for annexation, were newly occupied in the invasion’s opening phase. It’s unclear whether the Kremlin will declare all, or just part, of that occupied territory as Russia’s. Peskov wouldn’t say in a call Friday with reporters.

In the Zaporizhzhia region’s capital, anti-aircraft missiles that Russia has repurposed as ground-attack weapons rained down Friday on people who were waiting in cars to cross into Russian-occupied territory so they could bring family members back across front lines, the deputy head of Ukraine’s presidential office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, said.

The general prosecutor’s office said 25 people were k*lled and 50 wounded. The strike left deep impact craters and sent shrapnel tearing through the humanitarian convoy’s lined-up vehicles, k*lling their passengers. Nearby buildings were demolished. Trash bags, blankets and, for one victim, a blood-soaked towel, were used to cover bodies.

Russian-installed officials in Zaporizhzhia blamed Ukrainian forces for the strike, but provided no evidence.

Russian strikes were also reported in the city of Dnipro. The regional governor, Valentyn Reznichenko, said at least one person was k*lled and five others were wounded.

Ukraine’s air force said the southern cities of Mykolaiv and Odesa were also targeted with Iranian-supplied suicide drones that Russia has increasingly deployed in recent weeks, seemingly to avoid losing more pilots who don’t have control of Ukraine’s skies.

Putin was expected to give a major speech at the ceremony to fold Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia into Russia. The Kremlin planned for the region’s pro-Moscow administrators to sign annexation treaties in the ornate St. George’s Hall of the palace in Moscow that is Putin’s seat of power.

Putin also issued decrees recognizing the supposed independence of the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, steps he previously took in February for Luhansk and Donetsk and earlier for Crimea, seized from Ukraine in 2014.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, meanwhile, called an emergency meeting of his National Security and Defense Council and denounced the latest Russian strikes.

“The enemy rages and seeks revenge for our steadfastness and his failures,” he posted on his Telegram channel. “You will definitely answer. For every lost Ukrainian life!”

The U.S. and its allies have promised even more sanctions on Russia and billions of dollars in extra support for Ukraine as the Kremlin duplicates the annexation playbook used for Crimea.

With Ukraine vowing to take back all occupied territory and Russia pledging to defend its gains, threatening nuclear-weapon use and mobilizing an additional 300,000 troops despite protests, the two nations are on an increasingly escalatory collision course.

That was underscored by the f*ghting for Lyman, a key node for Russian military operations in the Donbas and a sought-after prize in the Ukrainian counteroffensive launched in late August.

The Russian-backed separatist leader of Donetsk, Denis Pushilin, said the city is now “half-encircled” by Ukrainian forces. In comments reported by Russian state news agency RIA Novosti, he described the setback as “worrying news.”

”Ukraine’s armed formations,” he said, “are trying very hard to spoil our celebration,”

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 2 months ago '04        #2
SpyDa  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13
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I was just about to post this.
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 2 months ago '17        #3
yousabitch 
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bro just go over there k*ll this n*gga like we all know we can and thats it..send a sniper put one in his melon and its over..im tired of hearing about putin
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 2 months ago '15        #4
Jad95 
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And Belarus mobilizing to join the war. sh*t heating up.


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Putin pushed all his chips in, now the next 24-72 hours will determine if it’s officially WW3 (some say we are already in it).

When Ukraine tries to take back their land, Putin will say they are attacking mainland Russia now. And that’s should be by Sunday. Will he push the button?


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 2 months ago '17        #5
yousabitch 
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 Jad95 said
And Belarus mobilizing to join the war. sh*t heating up.






Putin pushed all his chips in, now the next 24-72 hours will determine if it’s officially WW3 (some say we are already in it).

When Ukraine tries to take back their land, Putin will say they are attacking mainland Russia now. And that’s should be by Sunday. Will he push the button?
ww3 all over ukraine and russia and fake man made borders lol..bro this world is a weird and evil place
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 2 months ago '22        #6
Voodoopocalypse  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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welp ukraine on demon time



 2 months ago '04        #7
SpyDa  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13
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Americans telling Russians not to annex.

I'm not pro Russia but America annex level is over 9,000
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 2 months ago '22        #8
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 yousabi*ch said
bro just go over there k*ll this n*gga like we all know we can and thats it..send a sniper put one in his melon and its over..im tired of hearing about putin
The US can only bully and do that to 3rd world nations
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 2 months ago '16        #9
Proveone  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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This was all predicted and ain't gonna end well for Ivan.
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 2 months ago '07        #10
FeedTheBeast 
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 yousabi*ch said
bro just go over there k*ll this n*gga like we all know we can and thats it..send a sniper put one in his melon and its over..im tired of hearing about putin
And why should he be k*lled??
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 2 months ago '16        #11
Boogersugar  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x19
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 Popolo said
Hawaii would like a word.... At least Russia held Referendums.
Fake referendums but sure

There are millions of men trying to flee Russia before they're conscripted, wonder if Russia will close their borders. Figure they have to sometime soon.
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 2 months ago '20        #12
Mobfiggaz  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x31
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How can you claim land when you don't even hold the entire area? That's like me claiming I own New York but I can't enter Bronx and Manhattan because its full of my enemies. It makes no sense. Ukraine has another city - Lyman surrounded and is about to take that.

To me this annexation changes nothing in terms of the war. Putin can threaten to nuke but once he does its game over, NATO will get directly involved and kick him out of Rusdia for good.
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 2 months ago '17        #13
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 yousabi*ch said
bro just go over there k*ll this n*gga like we all know we can and thats it..send a sniper put one in his melon and its over..im tired of hearing about putin
You do realize those regions were already separate?

 2 months ago '15        #14
Jad95 
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 yousabi*ch said
ww3 all over ukraine and russia and fake man made borders lol..bro this world is a weird and evil place
Look, Putler wasn’t about to stop at Ukraine. And the people who think he would have, are the same people that said he wouldn’t invade Ukraine in the first place. He was about to conquer, wait a few years to replenish, then conquer some more, with a stronger military each time.

Every 100 years it seem to be a mf like him. Just a level of power hungry and greedy than the average person can fathom. This sh*t was going to find its way to a world stage sooner or later. If it wasn’t 2022, it would have been 2035 (or some other year) when Russia could have had a far better military structure.


But now we all wait to see how serious he is…

Edit: sh*t just got realer.



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 2 months ago '22        #15
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 Mobfiggaz said
How can you claim land when you don't even hold the entire area? That's like me claiming I own New York but I can't enter Bronx and Manhattan because its full of my enemies. It makes no sense. Ukraine has another city - Lyman surrounded and is about to take that.

To me this annexation changes nothing in terms of the war. Putin can threaten to nuke but once he does its game over, NATO will get directly involved and kick him out of Rusdia for good.
It’s to give Putin authority and reason to use full force in the war since it’s now considered Russian territory. Ukraine has fought this war with full mobilization forcing all men under 60 from leaving the country + billions in aid + the best intelligence communities in the world working together.

Russia has been looking at this war like we do when we send troops to f*ght in Syria. Now Russia will treat it like a full scale war and a war on their territory.
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 2 months ago '20        #16
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 Booda Sack said
It’s to give Putin authority and reason to use full force in the war since it’s now considered Russian territory. Ukraine has fought this war with full mobilization forcing all men under 60 from leaving the country + billions in aid + the best intelligence communities in the world working together.

Russia has been looking at this war like we do when we send troops to f*ght in Syria. Now Russia will treat it like a full scale war and a war on their territory.
But let's be real, the Russian people KNOW that's bot their territory. Do you think they would accept a full scale mobilisation? And there isn't much else Russia can do to the Ukrainians that they haven't. They can start bombing Kyiv but then Ukraine might take the gloves off and start bombing Russian cities. They've barely touched them so far, but if it gets ugly that's what it will come down to. I'm almost certain Ukraine has weapons that they haven't used yet in this war.

The only thing Russia can do that they haven't done is nuke, and Putin doesn't really want to pull that trigger. That would be the end of him.
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 2 months ago '05        #17
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 Jad95 said
And Belarus mobilizing to join the war. sh*t heating up.






Putin pushed all his chips in, now the next 24-72 hours will determine if it’s officially WW3 (some say we are already in it).

When Ukraine tries to take back their land, Putin will say they are attacking mainland Russia now. And that’s should be by Sunday. Will he push the button?
WW3 because Belarus is joining the war?



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 2 months ago '22        #18
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 Mobfiggaz said
But let's be real, the Russian people KNOW that's bot their territory. Do you think they would accept a full scale mobilisation? And there isn't much else Russia can do to the Ukrainians that they haven't. They can start bombing Kyiv but then Ukraine might take the gloves off and start bombing Russian cities. They've barely touched them so far, but if it gets ugly that's what it will come down to. I'm almost certain Ukraine has weapons that they haven't used yet in this war.

The only thing Russia can do that they haven't done is nuke, and Putin doesn't really want to pull that trigger. That would be the end of him.
Not true, the issue is man power. It’s like 10:1 in terms of man power in Ukraine favor. Russia strategy has been to overwhelm them with artillery then have troops move forward. The reason Ukraine has taken back land is because the land held by Russia didn’t have enough man power to defend it. So Ukraine just sacrificed a sh*t ton of men to put enough pressure on Russian troops until they retreated.
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 2 months ago '22        #19
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Also people I know you’re not taking this seriously because it’s just Joe Biden but this man is doing everything possible to push us into Nuclear war over Ukraine. This is the closest in US history we’ve ever been to nuclear war.
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 2 months ago '17        #20
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 yousabi*ch said
bro just go over there k*ll this n*gga like we all know we can and thats it..send a sniper put one in his melon and its over..im tired of hearing about putin
Russia has an economy only slightly larger than Florida so you know they aren’t powerful like that

Putin is the textbook definition of controlled opposition so he’ll be around for some time

With all of that said, I’m just here for MAGAT tears when they cry about Russia getting pooped on
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 2 months ago '15        #21
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 pippen33 said
WW3 because Belarus is joining the war?



Lol yes. Look up the definition of a world war. All it takes now is for Poland or Lithuania to step in and boom Russia and its Allies vs NATO.


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 2 months ago '07        #22
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 Jad95 said
Look, Putler wasn’t about to stop at Ukraine. And the people who think he would have, are the same people that said he wouldn’t invade Ukraine in the first place. He was about to conquer, wait a few years to replenish, then conquer some more, with a stronger military each time.

Every 100 years it seem to be a mf like him. Just a level of power hungry and greedy than the average person can fathom. This sh*t was going to find its way to a world stage sooner or later. If it wasn’t 2022, it would have been 2035 (or some other year) when Russia could have had a far better military structure.


But now we all wait to see how serious he is…

Edit: sh*t just got realer.



Awwwww....American propaganda still effective in these days and times?? Fascinating
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 2 months ago '20        #23
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 Booda Sack said
Not true, the issue is man power. It’s like 10:1 in terms of man power in Ukraine favor. Russia strategy has been to overwhelm them with artillery then have troops move forward. The reason Ukraine has taken back land is because the land held by Russia didn’t have enough man power to defend it. So Ukraine just sacrificed a sh*t ton of men to put enough pressure on Russian troops until they retreated.
No Ukraine has better tactics that's why they're taking back so much land. How did Russia take Mariupol if they didn't have enough troops? They do, but ever since Ukraine received HIMARS Russia hasn't been able to properly answer.

Both sides are using lots of artillery, and both sides have lost a lot of men. That's why Russia is trying to mobilise because so many have died. Ukraine will keep taking land and there is little Putin can do to stop that.
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 2 months ago '05        #24
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 Jad95 said
Lol yes. Look up the definition of a world war. All it takes now is for Poland or Lithuania to step in and boom Russia and Allie’s vs NATO.
You don't know what the fu*k are you talking about.

Poland and Lithuania are members of NATO. They aren't Russian allies.

Russia has no real military alliance. If Russia has to depend on Belarus for help then their fu*ked.

You are typing just to be typing. Go sit in the corner.
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 2 months ago '07        #25
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 Booda Sack said
Also people I know you’re not taking this seriously because it’s just Joe Biden but this man is doing everything possible to push us into Nuclear war over Ukraine. This is the closest in US history we’ve ever been to nuclear war.
Actually its not....America dropped nukes on Japan. That's the closest but lets paint everybody not American as the evil bad guys when America is the one that actually did that
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