The State of Ukraine Has Technically Never Existed - What the Media Won't Tell You

February 25, 2022

The creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

As the former Soviet Union began to fall, Gorbachev, still President of the USSR — having been elected on 1 March 1990 by the Soviet deputies after obtaining the necessary amendment to the Constitution — tried, in vain, to have a treaty of economic union adopted.

Ukraine is Curiously Missing From The Commonwealth of Former Soviet States

On 3 December he issued a dramatic appeal to prevent disintegration of the Union. On 8 December, however, the Presidents of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, meeting in Minsk, decided that ‘the Soviet Union as a geopolitical reality and a subject of international law has ceased to exist’. They signed an accord establishing a Commonwealth of Sovereign States open to all the States of the former USSR. Gorbachev had no option but to endorse this solution. On 21 December, at a meeting in Alma-Ata, eight other republics joined the initial three.

The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) thus came to be established. It originally comprised 11 republics: Armenia, Azerbaijan (formal membership in 1993), Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova (formal membership in 1994), Uzbekistan (formal membership in 1992), Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Georgia refused to sign the Declaration of Alma-Ata. The same day, the 11 signatories informed Gorbachev that the USSR and his role as President had ceased to exist. Gorbachev resigned on 25 December.

HOWEVER, only 9 territories ended up comprising the finalized Commonwealth of Independent States. All the founding states, apart from Ukraine and Turkmenistan, ratified the Charter of the CIS and became the member states. Nevertheless, Ukraine and Turkmenistan kept "participating" in the CIS, without being member states. Ukraine became an associate member of the CIS Economic Union in April 1994, and Turkmenistan became an associate member of the CIS in August 2005. Georgia left the CIS altogether in 2009 and Ukraine stopped participating in 2018.

So what does this make Ukraine? An 'unregistered State' without sovereign registered borders.

In July of 2014, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon made an astonishing statement, the distribution of which is forbidden in Ukrainian media and has been shadow-banned on the Internet. At the meeting of the UN Security Council the growing conflict between Russia and Ukraine was raised.

The following conclusion was drawn from it:

Ukraine has not registered its borders since December of 1991. The registration of Ukraine's borders as a sovereign state has not taken place in the UN. Additionally , Ukraine rejected its opportunity to participate as a full member in the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Therefore, it can be legally assumed that any territorial actions by Russia do not constitute violations with regard to Ukraine.

According to the CIS treaty, the territory of Ukraine is an administrative district of the former USSR, now Russia. Therefore, no one can be blamed for separatism and forcible change of Ukraine's borders.

According to international law, the "country" of Ukraine simply does not have officially recognized borders.

To solve this problem, Ukraine would need to finalize a border demarcation with neighboring countries and obtain the consent of said countries, including Russia, to their common border. It is necessary to document everything and sign agreements with every surrounding country.

The European Union has pledged its support to Ukraine on this important issue and has decided to provide all the technical assistance.

But will Russia sign a border treaty with Ukraine? No, of course not!

Since Russia is the legal successor of the USSR (this is confirmed by the decisions of international courts on property disputes between the former USSR and foreign countries), the territories on which Ukraine, Belarus and Novorossiya are located belong to Russia, and no one has the right to dispose of this territory without Russia's consent.

Basically, all Russia needs to do is declare that Ukraine is Russian and that everything that happens in this territory is an internal Russian affair.

Any interference is considered a measure against Russia. On this basis, they can cancel the manipulated, CIA-influenced May 2014 elections and do what is necessary to "clean up" the rampant Deep State operations that have plagued Ukraine for decades. According to the Budapest Memorandum and other agreements, there are no recognized borders of Ukraine.

The state of Ukraine does not exist (and NEVER HAS existed!). Vladimir Putin is not "invading" Ukraine. He is executing a "Special Military Operation" aimed at taking out the Deep State Cabal. The international criminals that have been using Ukraine as a major base of nefarious operations for decades. As with just about everything these days, what we are seeing is not a complete depiction of truth and reality.

Stay Tuned.

Alexander Panin,

Central News