"It is a shame to live in one country with such psychopaths," M. Dobkin says about the activists from Western Ukraine
The Chair of Kharkov Regional State Administration Mikhail Dobkin continues to comment on the behavior of the supporters of the signing of the agreement with the EU. In particular, he was outraged by the fact that the activists from Western Ukraine brought a coffin to Mezhigorie, to the residence of the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych.
"This idiocy already brims over. It is a shame to live in one country with such psychopaths. The treaty of Molotov-Ribbentrop should be canceled! Let these idiots with their coffins and rubbish in their heads go to hell! Let them make themselves scarce!" Kharkov Governor wrote on his web page on Twitter. "They are not having the hysterics, they are really different people. Can you imagine, what is in their heads instead of brain if they are carrying coffins throughout Kiev?!" he added.
The treaty of Molotov-Ribbentrop is a treaty about non-aggression between Germany and the USSR, signed on August 23, 1939 by the heads of the Departments of Foreign Affairs of Germany and of the USSR by Joachim von Ribbentrop and Vyacheslav Molotov. The secret additional protocol on the delimitation of the areas of mutual interests in Eastern Europe in case of "territorial and political reorganization" was appended to the treaty. According to the protocol Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Eastern "regions, which were the part the Polish state", and Bessarabia were in the scope of interests of the USSR, Lithuania and Western Poland were in the scope of interests of Germany.
On September 1, 1939 Germany began the invasion in Poland, and, on September 17, 1939 the Soviet troops entered the territory of Poland. The territorial division of Poland between the USSR and Germany was completed on September 28, 1939 with the signing of the treaty about amity and the border. The USSR got the territories of the Western Ukraine (the present Volin, Ivano Frankovsk, Lvov, Rovno and Ternopol regions) and the Western Belarus. Later the Baltic countries, Bessarabia and the Northen Bukovina as well the part of Finland were joined to the USSR.