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The Final Settlement of World War II signed on September 12, 1990, which paved the way for German unification, has also thrown into question the legal status of the Kaliningrad Oblast, a region of the Russian Republic which was formerly the East Prussian territory of Königsberg… nowhere does it mention an explicit right of annexation. The Final Settlement does nothing to revise this nor does it put to rest the arguments of other potential claimants.” (Raymond A. Smith, see quote below.)
Russia occupied Kaliningrad after World War II and continues to do so. It is not attached to the rest of Russia, as can be seen on this and any other map. Historic Königsberg, the 762 year old city was renamed Kaliningrad by Russia on July 4, 1946. Russia is occupying Europe and then complains. Russia is the historic and current aggressor. It already has more land than any other country.
ANYONE WITH EYES TO SEE CAN SEE THAT KALININGRAD ISN’T PART OF RUSSIA!
“Russia Reportedly May Send More Iskander Missiles To Kaliningrad“, Oct. 13, 2017
Last year: “Russia deploys nuclear-capable missiles in Kaliningrad“, 9 October 2016 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-37597075
While since 1945 there is a Russian exclave on the Baltic, next to Poland and Lithuania, it is not even attached to Russia and historically was German or Polish. Russia occupied the Kaliningrad enclave after World War II. Formerly…
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