Skip to comments.Crimean Parliament delegation to leave for Moscow for consultations on accession to Russia
Posted on 03/16/2014 1:29:28 PM PDT by goldstategop
SIMFEROPOL, March 16. /ITAR-TASS/. Crimean premier Sergey Aksyonov told Channel One a delegation of Crimeas parliament would leave for Moscow on March 17 to work with Russian colleagues on the accession to Russia.
The Crimean parliament will gather for an extraordinary session at 10:00 on March 17 to approve the results of the referendum. In the afternoon the parliaments delegation will leave for Moscow for further consultations with Russian colleagues over the accession to Russia as a constituent entity, Aksyonov said.
In other words, they are begging to keep their jobs, which are no longer needed.
I would think that their Ukrainian government pensions are in jeopardy as well. Whatever the Ukraine provided will no longer exist such as telephone service, gas and oil pipelines and land access.
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