Crimean speech of Vladimir Putin

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.wikipedia
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Vladimir Putin

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.
The Crimean speech of the Russian President played a role for some comparisons on the Ukrainian issue.

Andrey Piontkovsky

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Russian historian Andrey Piontkovsky compared the speech to Hitler's speech on Sudetenland from 1939 as using "the same arguments and vision of history".
Piontkovsky compared the Crimean speech of Vladimir Putin in 2014 to Hitler's speech on Sudetenland in 1939.

Bicameralism

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.

Federal Assembly (Russia)

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.

State Council of Crimea

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.

Russia

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Crimean speech of President Vladimir Putin refers to a speech by the Russian president Vladimir Putin's on March 18, 2014 to both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in connection with the request for admission by the Crimean parliament of the republic in the Russian Federation.

Grand Kremlin Palace

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He spoke in the St. George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace in the Moscow Kremlin.

Moscow Kremlin

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He spoke in the St. George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace in the Moscow Kremlin.

2014 Crimean status referendum

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In the beginning of his speech, Putin said that a referendum was held in full compliance with democratic procedures and rules of international law, and that the numbers support the entry of Crimea in Russia were very convincing.

Chersonesus

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Putin recalled the ancient Chersonesos where Prince Vladimir was baptized, on the graves of Russian soldiers on Sevastopol — the home of the Black Sea Fleet.

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Putin recalled the ancient Chersonesos where Prince Vladimir was baptized, on the graves of Russian soldiers on Sevastopol — the home of the Black Sea Fleet.

Sevastopol

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Putin recalled the ancient Chersonesos where Prince Vladimir was baptized, on the graves of Russian soldiers on Sevastopol — the home of the Black Sea Fleet.

Black Sea Fleet

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Putin recalled the ancient Chersonesos where Prince Vladimir was baptized, on the graves of Russian soldiers on Sevastopol — the home of the Black Sea Fleet.

Crimean Tatars

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Noted that the Crimean Tatars suffered cruel injustice in Soviet times, together with the other peoples, including the Russian people.

Russians

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Noted that the Crimean Tatars suffered cruel injustice in Soviet times, together with the other peoples, including the Russian people.

Russian language

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He proposed three equal official languages for Crimea - Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar.

Ukrainian language

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He proposed three equal official languages for Crimea - Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar.

Crimean Tatar language

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He proposed three equal official languages for Crimea - Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar.

Bolsheviks

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Bolsheviks included a significant amount of the historical Russian southern land into the Ukrainian SSR without taking into account the national composition of its population.

Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic

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Bolsheviks included a significant amount of the historical Russian southern land into the Ukrainian SSR without taking into account the national composition of its population.

China

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Russian President expressed gratitude to the people of China, praised the restraint of India.

India

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Russian President expressed gratitude to the people of China, praised the restraint of India.