Stop thinking with your dick Nikolov! You sound like those brainless teenagers cheering for the most favourite pop idol. It doesn't even sound serious.
Eh?? What a silly accusation, I don't care who wins, either is fine, I'd prefer yanokovich since he seems like a safer card, but yulia could prob do a good job as well, at least nowhere as bad as the current president. I simply cannot stand stupidity, ofc when 2 candidates are tied at almost the same, they should be suspicious, otherwise they are idiots n shouldn't be in the race. N like Pastir says, this was to be expected, I don't see what the big surprise is.
Ukraine's top court suspends presidential election results.
Ukraine's Supreme Administrative Court on Wednesday suspended the Central Electoral Commission's official announcement that Viktor Yanukovych had won the country's presidential elections pending consideration of a lawsuit.
Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko appealed on Tuesday against Yanukovych's victory in the runoff vote on February 7, which she lost by 3.48%.
Ukraine's top court is expected to rule on the suit within two days.
Ukraine's new leadership eyes Customs Union with Russia - paper.
Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine's president-elect, is prepared to initiate talks on the country's entry into the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, a Russian business daily reported on Wednesday.
Ukraine's possible participation in the Customs Union was criticized on Tuesday by Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, Yanukovych's rival in the February 7 presidential runoff, at a meeting with members of parliament from the Our Ukraine party of outgoing President Viktor Yushchenko, Kommersant said.
Tymoshenko said the Party of Regions leader had already agreed with Russia on signing documents on Ukraine's accession to the Customs Union with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, the paper said.
Tymoshenko said the agreement with Russia would offer Ukraine a 20-30% discount in the price of natural gas supplied to the ex-Soviet republic, the paper reported, citing Anatoly Hrytsenko, chairman of the Ukrainian parliament's national security and defense committee.
However, Ukraine's possible bid for its entry into the Customs Union is likely to complicate Russia's position at talks on energy issues inside the union, the paper said.
The Foreign Ministry of Belarus announced on Tuesday that it would prioritize the issue of Russian export duties at spring talks on the Customs Union, the paper said.
Russia and Belarus were embroiled in a bitter dispute at the start of the year over duty-free oil supplies to Belarus that threatened crude deliveries to Europe.
Russia earlier offered to supply the ex-Soviet republic with some 6.3 million metric tons of oil for domestic consumption duty-free and demanded Minsk pay full import duties on crude it refines and sells on to Europe, dropping considerable subsidies.
Belarus, however, argued that Russia should supply up to 30 million metric tons of oil duty free, saying Russia's demand ran contrary to the deal on the Customs Union signed between the two countries and Kazakhstan in late 2009.
The dispute was resolved in late January after the parties signed an array of agreements on crude oil deliveries and uninterrupted transits to Europe.
Two high-placed sources in the Ukrainian government told Kommersant that the team of Yanukovych, who is to be inaugurated as president on February 25, was already making preparations for the first large-scale initiative to integrate Ukraine into the uniform customs space of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
"Even though Ukraine is a full-fledged WTO member, transnational corporations do not view it as a separate market but perceive it as a target for investment and trade along with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan," a high-placed official in the Ukrainian economics ministry and member of the Yanukovych team told Kommersant.
However, representatives of the Party of Regions, which propelled Yanukovych into the presidency, were more cautious about the new president's plans of integration into the Customs Union, saying Ukraine would not aspire for full-fledged membership in the union, the paper reported.
"Our task is to deepen economic cooperation around the entire border. The Customs Union is an important integration project for us... but there can be no talk about Ukraine's full-fledged participation in the Customs Union, especially considering that we are a WTO member," said Anatoly Kinykh, deputy head of the Party of Regions parliamentary faction.
TsarSamuil: A guy keeps spamming casino links every day, I have to ban him constantly, I wonder what his post count would be otherwise, approaching mine?
Jan 10, 2020 14:27:01 GMT -5
Borrka: Anybody here? Where are the old regulars!?
Mar 15, 2020 10:48:19 GMT -5
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May 18, 2020 9:10:02 GMT -5
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Jun 5, 2020 14:56:11 GMT -5
WC: Tsar, habe you lost interest? Kudos that you continued posting all the years.
Jun 20, 2020 3:10:01 GMT -5
WC: Nikolov, wuz up?
Jun 28, 2020 13:54:49 GMT -5
TheChornyvolk: Borka, I still fuck your mother.
Jul 15, 2020 14:52:53 GMT -5
Raskolnikov: A thread about the racial movements currently happening in the west would be interesting. Is this forum alive enough to create a topic about it?
Jul 20, 2020 9:57:24 GMT -5
TheChornyvolk: No. But you can lick my ass, instead.
Jul 24, 2020 2:37:47 GMT -5
Raskolnikov: And get an STD? no way
Aug 5, 2020 11:06:27 GMT -5
Raskolnikov: I changed my opinion. Now I want!
Aug 9, 2020 15:46:12 GMT -5
White Cossack: WTF is going on here? That's Slavija, not Spermia.
Aug 30, 2020 13:48:17 GMT -5