Izgleda da ce se okamova ostrica primenjivati i na novonastale drzave i drzavice - entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem.
Nas drug Putin porucuje Busu "da li razumes, Dzordze, da Ukrajina nije drzava?", kaze da je stvorena od ruske zemlje i nagovestava kraj Ukrajine i oduzimanje Krima i svih istocnih - dakle proruskih - oblasti u slucaju pristupanja NATO paktu.
Neka se spreme Kazahstan , Gruzija i razne Letonije.President Vladimir Putin hinted at last week's NATO summit in Romania that Russia would work to break up Ukraine, should the former Soviet republic join the military alliance, Kommersant reported Monday.
Putin "lost his temper" at the NATO-Russia Council in Bucharest during Friday's discussions of Ukraine's bid to join NATO, Kommersant cited an unidentified foreign delegate to the summit as saying.
"Do you understand, George, that Ukraine is not even a state!" Putin told U.S. President George W. Bush at the closed meeting, the diplomat told Kommersant.
After saying most of Ukraine's territory was "given away" by Russia, Putin said that if Ukraine joined NATO it would cease to exist as a state, the diplomat said.
Putin threatened to encourage the secession of the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea and eastern Ukraine, where anti-NATO and pro-Moscow sentiment is strong, the diplomat said, Kommersant reported.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who accompanied Putin at the summit, said Monday he did not hear Putin's purported remarks about Ukraine and could not confirm the report.