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    Anonymous

    Is this possible?

    Mongolia to become a part of Russia

    The sensational statement was made by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Starting from 2014, Mongolia will join the Russian Federation as an autonomous republic.

    This was preceded by removal of the visa regime, as well as the close Russian-Mongolian economic ties (Mongolia receives 95% of its oil imports from Russia). A preliminary agreement was signed by Presidents Dmitry Medvedev and Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj on April 12, 2012 in Ulaanbaatar, but only yesterday was it approved by the Russian Federation, Federation Council and then President Vladimir Putin.

    “For Russia, of course, will benefit from such association – Lavrov commented on the decision. – Despite the fact that during the Soviet period, Mongolia was subsidised by the Soviet Union. The region and the situation have changed today. According to the agency “Xinhua” GDP growth for 2011 was 17.3%, which makes it an absolute economic world leader. For comparison – in China’s GDP growth for 2011 was only 9.8%, in Russia – 4.3%. In addition, Mongolia joined the World Trade Organisation in 1997. An added plus is a specially designed program for migration policy between Russia and Mongolia. All those who are now called “guest workers” will be able to work here freely. Thus, we get rid of the increasingly momentum of international conflicts. Yes, and the demographic situation in Mongolia will improve. Now on its entire territory resides 2.755 million people. The density of population – 1.8 people per square kilometre, is eight times lower than in Russia. Well, where is the good? By the way, there will also be deported accustomed to the nomadic life of gypsies. ”

    Recall, Mongolia traditionally exported to Russia, molybdenum, wheat, potato and goat during the Soviet Union days and will start to do so again.

    The national language of the Mongolian region will remain Mongolian (it uses the Cyrillic writing), and in return all schools will teach the Russian language as a compulsory subject.

    Also in Mongolia will be able to celebrate a new holiday – the day of accession of Russia. It will first be held in May 2014 as that would be the transition date of Mongolia to the Russian federation. for this celebration to be held in the central square of Ulan Bator, preparations have already begun to build a pavilion that will accommodate 10,000 spectators.

    And the Mongolian Ministry of Education has proposed a program to promote Mongolian culture in Russia. It will include a stay in a yurt, making koumiss and learn Mongolian writing as well as Mongol bichig, an ancient monument which is the Chinggis stone.

    Here’s what he said on this occasion the chairman of the State Great Hural of Mongolia Damdiny Demberel: “Our people have to stick back in those days, which in Russia is called the Mongol-Tatar yoke. In fact, it was not the yoke, but a mutually beneficial cooperation between the two great cultures, which was subsequently terminated artificially. Now we have the opportunity to restore this relationship. The phrase that the Russian and the Mongols – the brothers, not a nice turn, but a fact. In our veins flows the same blood.

    We are one blood. Old resentments are forgotten for a long time, we’ll be together again. And this is the right decision. “

    http://mongoliaeconomy.blogspot.com/2012/07/mongolia-to-become-part-of-russia.html

    #396602

    Anonymous

    Of course they look completly the same :D Which demented and sick mind could tell otherwise.

    [img width=700 height=487]http://www.welcome2mongolia.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/people_0471.jpg” />

    [img width=700 height=525]http://www.nfrolova.ru/wp-content/gallery/posvjawenie-v-moskvichi/posvjawenie-v-moskvichi-37.jpg” />

    Other than that Mongolians read Gumilev's books to much

    #396603

    Anonymous

    lol, shocking news.

    I'm trying to find a refutation in Russian language..

    Likely, this news appeared about 2 months ago, it has only 2-3 sources which have low credibility. I hope this's a misunderstanding or a silly joke of journalists :)

    #396604

    Anonymous

    A Russian doesn't forget, it's his way of retaliation. :)

    They once conquered us, now we'll conquer them.

    #396605

    Anonymous

    Everyone wants to join Russia; Belarus, Kazakhstan, Serbia ;D Now Mongolia.

    #396606

    Anonymous

    If this is anyhow true why are you people against it?

    #396607

    Anonymous
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    If this is anyhow true why are you people against it?

    I think the people against are against it because it's more non-Slavs being added into a predominantly Slavic country.

    #396608

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    If this is anyhow true why are you people against it?

    Preserve your Slavic heritage, culture and traditions.
    Bringing few millions of Non-Slavs in biggest Slavic country is not exactly helping. I have nothing against Mongolians, they are far better than their Turkic relatives, towards Russia, but I believe if Russia needs ally in them there are other ways.

    #396609

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    I think the people against are against it because it's more non-Slavs being added into a predominantly Slavic country.
    Quote:
    Preserve your Slavic heritage, culture and traditions.
    Bringing few millions of Non-Slavs in biggest Slavic country is not exactly helping. I have nothing against Mongolians, they are far better than their Turkic relatives, towards Russia, but I believe if Russia needs ally in them there are other ways.

    I don't mind obtaining land with some aboriginals. Its the way of Indo-europeans after all. :D

    #396610

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Preserve your Slavic heritage, culture and traditions.
    Bringing few millions of Non-Slavs in biggest Slavic country is not exactly helping. I have nothing against Mongolians, they are far better than their Turkic relatives, towards Russia, but I believe if Russia needs ally in them there are other ways.

    Russia should expand to get big and strong so it can protect us, I trust in Ukraine to preserve the Russian* Slavic heritage. :)

    * meaning the Rus Slavic heritage, not to insult anyone.

    #396611

    Anonymous

    This would shore up the border with China.  If this is true,  might be a geopolitical motivation.  I have read that the Chinese are pushing into Russian border regions

    #396612

    Anonymous

    wtfffff??? I've never heard about it. is it joke? I don't beleive in it.  😮

    #396613

    Anonymous
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    wtfffff??? I've never heard about it. is it joke? I don't beleive in it.  😮

    The story is hoax. It has been circulating around the Internet for a couple of months now and people don't mind discussing it. ;D

    #396614

    Anonymous

    Its probably a hoax, thats why I asked is it possible. :D

    #396615

    Anonymous
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    Its probably a hoax, thats why I asked is it possible. :D

    There was a popular joke about Mongolia being unofficial 16th republic of USSR in the past. Probably the joke originated because of political and economical dependence of Mongolia in the early days. I am guessing some journalist recalled the old joke and wrote a story.

    There is another popular hoax story going around about China getting its national currency backed up by the gold reserve.

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