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Divided Ukraine by Fenn-O-maniC Divided Ukraine by Fenn-O-maniC
Possible outcome of growing polarization of Ukraine, West being more EU friendly while East wants to hang out more with Russia. South-Eastern parts of Ukraine declare themselves independent, after protesting without any big gains, Russia recognizes this more friendlier Ukraine and let it join the Union State. Transnistria sees its opportunity and joins Ukraine as autonomous republic similar to Crimea. Now Moldova is pretty much in the same situation as Ukraine was, asking itself "West or East?".
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YautjaVasquez Featured By Owner 5 hours ago  Student General Artist
And Ukraine crisis... problem solved
Fenn-O-maniC Featured By Owner 5 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Except the Westerns wouldn't be happy of losing coast line and so on.
putrick Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
Hopefully, it won't come to that. But our politicians seems to forgive Putin every time and not let the sanctions work...
ChaosAngel-Smurf Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
ну не так же глобально!
Denis-Triton Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Это уже не вопрос «если», а вопрос ближайшего «когда». Но еще Польша захочет Львовскую область.
Fenn-O-maniC Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pretty much so.

And I'm not sure about that. I'm not familiar with Polish politics but it's hard to imagine Poland annexing the area.
Denis-Triton Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Беда в том, что Украина искусственно созданное государство. А украинского языка не было еще в 19 веке.

P.S. Я не хочу никого обидеть — я просто знаю историю, как и то, что украинцы и белорусы — это тоже русские со своим уникальным национальным и культурным колоритом.
Fenn-O-maniC Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That may have been so back then but nowadays new nationalities and languages are born basically all the time. They have their own regional identity now. I'm sure there are people in both countries who would love their countries being part of Russia but meanwhile there are those too who doesn't.

In my opinion, if some group of people wants their home region being part of some other country, let it happen. If Crimeans and Eastern Ukrainians want to live in Russia I'm okay with it. But mind you, Chechens wanted their own country back in 90's and Russia didn't allow that.
Denis-Triton Featured By Owner Edited Aug 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Конкуренция между государствами была всегда. Поверьте, страны просто так не распадаются, сепаратизм просто так не возникает. Это прямой результат поражения в той или иной форме противостояния:…
KirKostasKarashidi Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
A! a to ž vam moskaliam v RFiï lipše znaty, ščo u nas v kraïni! Vy vsi čuži problemy znajete, a ot vlasnyh ne bačyte.
A separatyzmu v moïj kraïni nema, i krapka.
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