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... and everyone [still around] lived happily ever after!
Why did polan reject it? I'm sure that accepting it would have made polan relevant, maybe even stronk (just maybe).
And ironically there is a small Polish Population in Western Ukraine in Lvov.
Don't give them ideas...
According to the media, that's what Putin said when he offered to split ukraine with Poland back in 2008.
They also say that, after the annexation of Crimea, the Parliament's President sent letters to the governments of Poland, Romania and Bulgaria proposing a joint division of Ukraine.
But as I said, according to the media, and maybe the other countries. We all know we can't trust the media, and the other countries probably chose a side, they would say anything to make them look right, and the media didn't specify who gave them the information.
we didnt get any mails about getting a bit of ukraine...oh well...
The Polish twat who first stated that that conversation happened was forced to redact his accusation and also confessed that he made the entire thing up (hence the reason he only revealed this "outstanding piece of information" to such an obscure Polish magazine in the first place). Why Russia would give two dimes about doing deals with Poland is beyond me. That country is humping NATO harder than a lot of Europe. Don't do mainstream kids, it's bad on the brain.
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