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Mar 8, 2014

Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine – It is quite natural that Russia provides military support to Ukraine because the two countries sign a military cooperation agreement. –

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Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine 
– It is quite natural that Russia provides military support to Ukraine because the two countries sign a military cooperation agreement. –

Russia maintains that “the fate of ousted Yanukovich should be decided by the people of Ukraine.” I think it holds water. The current government that has hold power by force is illegitimate. Under a critical situation where the violence of ultra-rightist nationalists is spreading across Ukraine and the life of ordinary Jews and Russians is threatened, it is quite natural that Russian provides military support to Ukraine in accordance with a military agreement in response to request since the life of ordinary Jews and Russians is threatened.

As always, the Western elite in control of the media report manipulated facts. It is the leadership of Russia and China that values justice and human rights. The West including Japan tries to justify their position by using the word of democracy but they take action that always destroys democracy.

Masatoshi Takeshita
February 4, 2014


English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: ROCKWAY EXPRESS – March 4, 2014 –


Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine

Russian Ambassador to the UN Churkin shows Yanukovich’s 
letter of request for Russian military intervention

It has been reported that Russian Ambassador to the UN told the UN Security Council that ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovich has sent a letter to President Putin asking him to use military force in Ukraine. Yanukovich who fled Kiev to the Crimea is an elected legitimate president and he has visited there just to protect himself from danger.
A self-claimed president in Kiev is an illegitimate president because he has not been elected. I think it is safe to say that it is a similar situation, for example, where when “anti-Japan Japanese” in Japan, who are agitated by China to hold large-scale demonstrations across the country, attack the prime minister’s office, the prime minister flee to Hokkaido and ask the U.S. army for military cooperation. In this kind of situation, a self-claimed fake prime minister squats in Tokyo.

Although Kiev was geopolitically lost to the Western force because the capital happens to be located in the West, half of Ukraine is against revolution. As a matter of fact, nobody knows what will happen in the future.


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Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine
[March 3 Russia Today]

Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin says ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has sent a letter to Putin asking him to use military force in Ukraine to restore law and order.
"Under the influence of Western countries, there are open acts of terror and violence," Churkin quoted the letter from Yanukovich to Putin in the third emergency meeting of the UN Security Council.

"People are being persecuted for language and political reasons," Churkin read. ”So in this regard I would call on the President of Russia, Mr. Putin, asking him to use the armed forces of the Russian Federation to establish legitimacy, peace, law and order, stability and defending the people of Ukraine."

After reading the letter, Churkin held up a copy of the original letter from Yanukovich to Putin for council members to look at.

Churkin clarified at the UNSC meeting that Russia’s goal is not to return ousted leader Viktor Yanukovich to power, but acknowledged that he is still the legitimate president of Ukraine and that his fate should be decided by the people of Ukraine.

He stressed the need to "rein in the radicals" operating in Ukraine and asked Ukrainian opposition leaders to dissociate themselves from them.
Churkin added that new information is emerging about more provocations in the works against the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine.
People’s self-defense units were formed in a situation where threats and forceful actions of ultra-nationalists puts at risk the lives of Russian citizens and the Russian-speaking population. The units already managed to prevent the capture of administrative buildings and the smuggling of large amounts of firearms and explosives by radicals, Churkin explained.


US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power followed Churkin’s comments in front of the UN Security Council, saying that Russia's actions regarding Ukraine are a “violation of international law.”

Powers appealed for human rights monitors to be sent to Ukraine, while calling on Russia to “immediately pull back” deployed forces.

Liu Jieyi, China's permanent representative to the United Nations, said China condemns the recent extremist violence in Ukraine.
“We urge all sides to resolve differences through legal framework” and to protect rights of all people, Jieyi said.
.................... , some of the regions denounced Kiev and said they would not be taking orders from the new regime.

More than half of the Crimean population are Russian and use only the Russian language for their communication. The residents have announced they will hold a referendum on March 30 to determine the fate of the Ukrainian autonomous region.

Crimean authorities denounced the self-proclaimed government in Kiev and declared that all Ukrainian law enforcement and military deployed in the peninsula must take orders from them. The majority of troops in Crimea switched sides in favor of local authorities.

In the 1990s, the status of Sevastopol became the subject of endless debates between Russia and Ukraine. Following negotiations, the city and surrounding territories were granted a special “state significance” status within the Ukrainian state, and some of the naval facilities were leased to Russia for its Black Sea Fleet until at least 2047. ........... .

Feeling a threat from the self-appointed government, a number of regions have stood up against it. Thousands of people across eastern and southern Ukraine are flooding the streets of major cities, urging local authorities to disobey Kiev’s orders. The local population has deemed the government in Kiev illegitimate, demanding that their local governments refuse to take orders from it.

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