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Oriental Madness: MOSCOW WANTS BALTIC STATES TO COMPENSATE OCCUPATION COSTS


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Presidents and prime ministers of the Baltic states, meeting in Vilnius and Riga on October 4, responded to Moscow’s recent claims for compensation of Soviet occupation costs. The claims, presented by Russia’s Audit Chamber in a report published September 30, bring a new dimension to Mocpolitical pressures on the three Baltic states.



The Chamber’s report formally contends that Moscow , as the legal successor to the Soviet Union, is entitled to compensation for having vacated the three Baltic states. The report asserts that the legal status of former Soviet property located there is an unresolved issue, necessitating “mutual recognition of property,” and that Moscow can claim “compensation for assets that were left on the territories of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.” The compensation claims extend to military property that remained there after Moscow troops withdrew. The report cites a 1993 Moscow government decision, never implemented, to seek compensation for abandoned military bases in order to finance new troops accommodations in Moscow and pensions for demobilized officers.



The Audit Chamber further proposes that Russia ask Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to assume proportionate repayment obligations on the Soviet Union’s debts that post-1991 Russia assumed as its external debt. In agreement with Moscow ’s Central Bank and Foreign Trade Bank, the Chamber’s report postulates an “indebtedness” of the Baltic states on that account, assessing their aggregate share at $3.06 billion."

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whats next we ´d expect from the pseudo - Genghisids barbarians ?
MOSCOW WANTS EU TO COMPENSATE OCCUPATION (Eastern- Central Europe) COSTS? It will seek compensation for abandoned Alaska´s military bases?
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litwin wrote:Oriental Madness: MOSCOW WANTS BALTIC STATES TO COMPENSATE OCCUPATION COSTS


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Presidents and prime ministers of the Baltic states, meeting in Vilnius and Riga on October 4, responded to Moscow’s recent claims for compensation of Soviet occupation costs. The claims, presented by Russia’s Audit Chamber in a report published September 30, bring a new dimension to Mocpolitical pressures on the three Baltic states.



The Chamber’s report formally contends that Moscow , as the legal successor to the Soviet Union, is entitled to compensation for having vacated the three Baltic states. The report asserts that the legal status of former Soviet property located there is an unresolved issue, necessitating “mutual recognition of property,” and that Moscow can claim “compensation for assets that were left on the territories of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.” The compensation claims extend to military property that remained there after Moscow troops withdrew. The report cites a 1993 Moscow government decision, never implemented, to seek compensation for abandoned military bases in order to finance new troops accommodations in Moscow and pensions for demobilized officers.



The Audit Chamber further proposes that Russia ask Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to assume proportionate repayment obligations on the Soviet Union’s debts that post-1991 Russia assumed as its external debt. In agreement with Moscow ’s Central Bank and Foreign Trade Bank, the Chamber’s report postulates an “indebtedness” of the Baltic states on that account, assessing their aggregate share at $3.06 billion."

https://jamestown.org/program/moscow-wa ... ion-costs/
Image
http://www.asianews.it/news-en/Putin,-h ... 43688.html

whats next we ´d expect from the pseudo - Genghisids barbarians ?
MOSCOW WANTS EU TO COMPENSATE OCCUPATION (Eastern- Central Europe) COSTS? It will seek compensation for abandoned Alaska´s military bases?


May be I missed something but this was like more than a decade ago?
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MOSCOW WANTS BALTIC STATES TO COMPENSATE OCCUPATION COSTS
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 99
By: Vladimir Socor
October 5, 2004 12:00 AM Age: 17 years

Presidents and prime ministers of the Baltic states, meeting in Vilnius and Riga on October 4, responded to Moscow’s recent claims for compensation of Soviet occupation costs. The claims, presented by Russia’s Audit Chamber in a report published September 30, bring a new dimension to Mocpolitical pressures on the three Baltic states.


This article is from 2004, when former Soviet satellite states became fully democratic after the end of the Cold War. It was a warning that Russia was prepared to advance counter-claims, if the Baltic states seek Russian reparations for the Soviet occupation. The Lithuanian parliament actually passed a law on seeking reparations for damages suffered during the occupation, which is similar to South Korea's demand for reparations from Japan. These reparation claims cannot be supported by international laws.

In November 2015, the Ministers of Justice of the Baltic States signed the declaration stating the aim to calculate the losses inflicted by the Soviet occupation, to demand that these losses be compensated, and to ensure that the crimes committed by the Soviet Union receive evaluation at the international level. The declaration states that the time has come to arrange the relationship with the past and to assess, in a scientifically justified manner, the losses suffered as a result of the totalitarian communist regime of the Soviet Union. The declaration expressed the need to highlight the fact of the occupation in relations with Russia and to ensure that the Russian Federation, as the successor to the rights of the Soviet Union, acknowledges this occupation, takes responsibility for it, and compensates for all related losses. Since the signing of this declaration, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia have made significant progress in coordinating the methodology for calculating the losses caused by the Soviet occupation. The conference taking place in Riga is the second one held to continue cooperation with a view to implementing the objectives identified by the said declaration. At the first conference, held in 2015, the President of the Constitutional Court, Dainius Žalimas, spoke concerning the Lithuanian legal regulation governing the claim for compensation for the losses inflicted by the Soviet occupation regime.
https://www.lrkt.lt/en/news/other-news/ ... tates/1308
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JohnRawls wrote:May be I missed something but this was like more than a decade ago?

the juchi oriental imperialist madness is only progressing in Moscow ....


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Unthinking Majority wrote:Baltic states should sue over Stalinism then.

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