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Nargis Zokirova,
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Dmitry Alyaev
Vladimir Putin stopped being a hypocrite and finally showed his true face. The latest interstate agreements with the Uzbek leader, Islam Karimov, can be called unprecedented. Something similar could be the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact more than half a century ago. Moreover, the intrigue lies in the fact that the agreement was signed on the same day, when Uzbekistan sentenced the defendants, who are accused by the authorities of organizing the Andijan riots. Recall that they are all sentenced to various terms of imprisonment from 14 to 20 years. At the same time, this court was recognized as unfair not only by all international non-governmental organizations, but also by Western countries and the USA. In fact, Russia opposed itself to Europe, however, having enlisted the support of a gaining power in China and, what is most ridiculous, a dubious friendship with Uzbekistan about which some already say that it can turn into a rogue state. What Tashkent will have from this is understandable. Relations with many countries have already been upset with him. But with someone he needs to be friends. And since there was no one else to be friends with, he began to be friends with Moscow, about which Karimov had repeatedly and consistently responded with unconcealed hostility over the past fifteen years. As a result, Tashkent receives not only moral, but also military and material support. As for China, his own human rights situation is not the best, as, indeed, in Russia. What unites them. Russia will not have any real benefits from this. The only thing that can be, will again divide the world into two camps, as in the USSR. Proud sense of self worth! What can we say about the spoiled "democratic image" ... By the way, recently Moscow has been making one mistake after another. Recall the active support of Yanukovych in Ukraine. It is strange that the head of state preempted a man with a previous conviction. As for Uzbekistan, it is still worse. First, during the Andijan events, the militants initially asked Putin to mediate in negotiations with Karimov. Maybe this was a PR move, but such a fact really did exist and could be used. However, the Russian president preferred blood to be shed. Secondly, the introduction of Russian troops into Uzbekistan and the creation of a military base there initially would not lead to anything good. The indigenous population may be inexperienced in political intrigues and, most likely, will eventually accept Russia, and, as a result, Russians living in the country not only as occupiers (remember military bases), but also as those indirectly responsible for the death of thousands peaceful lives. And this is a completely different story ...
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