Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation

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Na February na March 2014, Russia wakporo ma mesịa wepụta Peninsula Crimea na Ukraine. Ihe omume a mere n'ihi mgbanwe mgbanwe nke nkwanye ùgwù ma bụrụ akụkụ nke esemokwu Russo-Ukrainian sara mbara.

Na 22–23 February 2014, Onye isi ala Russia Vladimir Putin kpọkọtara nzukọ abalị niile na ndị isi ọrụ nchekwa iji kparịta mwepu nke onye isi ala Ukraine a chụpụrụ, Viktor Yanukovych . Na njedebe nke nzukọ ahụ, Putin kwuru na "anyị ga-amalite ịrụ ọrụ na ịlaghachi Crimea na Russia". [1] Na 23 nke ọnwa Febụwarị, e mere ihe ngosi pro-Russian n'obodo Sevastopol nke Crimea. Na 27 February, ndị agha Russia kpuchie na-enweghị akara ngosi [2] weghaara Kansụl Kasị Elu (ụlọ omebe iwu) nke Crimea [3] [4] wee weghara saịtị ndị dị mkpa n'ofe Crimea, nke butere nwụnye gọọmentị pro-Russian Sergey Aksyonov na Crimea., na-eduzi referendum ọnọdụ Crimea na nkwupụta nke nnwere onwe nke Crimea na 16 Maachị 2014. [5] [6] Rọshịa webatara Crimea n'ụzọ iwu ka ọ bụrụ obodo gọọmentị etiti Russia abụọ — Republic of Crimea na obodo Sevastopol nke etiti Sevastopol na [7] 2014 [8] iji mee ka ọnọdụ ọhụrụ ahụ sie ike na ala. [9]

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  2. Weaver. "Putin was ready to put nuclear weapons on alert in Crimea crisis", Financial Times, 2015-03-15. Retrieved on 2022-01-23.
  3. Simon Shuster. "Putin's Man in Crimea Is Ukraine's Worst Nightmare", Time, 10 March 2014. Retrieved on 8 March 2015. “Before dawn on Feb. 27, at least two dozen heavily armed men stormed the Crimean parliament building and the nearby headquarters of the regional government, bringing with them a cache of assault rifles and rocket propelled grenades. A few hours later, Aksyonov walked into the parliament and, after a brief round of talks with the gunmen, began to gather a quorum of the chamber's lawmakers.”
  4. De Carbonnel. "RPT-INSIGHT-How the separatists delivered Crimea to Moscow", Reuters, 13 March 2014. Retrieved on 8 March 2015. “Only a week after gunmen planted the Russian flag on the local parliament, Aksyonov and his allies held another vote and declared parliament was appealing to Putin to annex Crimea”
  5. Ilya Somin. "Russian government agency reveals fraudulent nature of the Crimean referendum results", The Washington Post, 6 May 2014.
  6. Error on call to Template:cite web: Parameters url and title must be specified (uk). Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (15 March 2014).
  7. "Putin reveals secrets of Russia's Crimea takeover plot", BBC News, 9 March 2015. Retrieved on 9 March 2015.
  8. Four years since Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea. Government.no (14 March 2018). Retrieved on 28 March 2019.
  9. "Russia Threatens Nuclear Strikes Over Crimea". The Diplomat (11 July 2014). Retrieved on 22 September 2021.