روسیه‌نین قیریمی ایلحاق ائتمه‌سی

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
  • Crimean Crisis
  • Annexation of Crimea
the Ukrainian crisis, the pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine, and the Russo-Ukrainian War نین بیر پارچاسی
Putin with Vladimir Konstantinov, Sergey Aksyonov and Alexey Chaly 4.jpeg
Russian President ولادیمیر پوتین signs the treaty of accession with Crimean leaders in موسکو, 18 March 2014.
تاریخ 20 February[note ۱] – 26 March 2014[۶]
(۱ آی و ۶ گون)
یئر Crimean Peninsula
نتیجه Russian strategical and territorial victory
طرفلر
 روسیه  اوکراین
باشچیلار
Flag of the President of Russia.svg ولادیمیر پوتین
روسیه Dmitry Medvedev
روسیه Sergey Shoygu
روسیه Valery Gerasimov
روسیه Aleksandr Vitko
روسیه Oleg Belaventsev
روسیه Alexey Dyumin
قیریم جمهوریتی Sergey Aksyonov
قیریم جمهوریتی ولادیمیر کونستانتینوف
قیریم جمهوریتی Viktor Pshonka
قیریم جمهوریتی Rustam Temirgaliev
شابلون:Country data Sevastopol Alexey Chaly
Flag of the President of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr Turchynov
اوکراین Arseniy Yatsenyuk
اوکراین Ihor Tenyukh
اوکراین Mykhailo Kutsyn
اوکراین Serhiy Hayduk
اوکراین Arsen Avakov
اوکراین Valentyn Nalyvaichenko
اوکراین Andriy Parubiy
قیریم موختار جومهوریتی آناتولی موگیلوف
قیریم موختار جومهوریتی Serhiy Kunitsyn
Flag of the Crimean Tatar people.svg رفعت چوباراف
Flag of the Crimean Tatar people.svg مصطفی عبدالجمیل قیریم‌اوغلو
گۆجلر
Based in Crimea,
elements of
[۱۹]

Navy

  • 510th Naval Inf Bde (Feodosiia)
  • 810th Naval Inf Bde (Simferopol)

Deployed to Crimea, elements of

Ground Forces

(GRU command)

Airborne

Navy

  • 382nd Naval Inf Bn (Temryuk)
  • 727th Naval Inf Bn (Astrakhan)

Special Operations Forces

Armed forces[۱۹]

Navy

  • 36th Indep Coastal Def Bde (at Perevalne)
    • 1st Indep Naval Inf Bn (Feodosiia)
    • 56th Indep Gds Bn (Sevastopol)
    • 501st Indep Naval Inf Bn (Kerch)
  • 406th Indep Artillery Bde (Simferopol)
  • 37th Indep Comms and Control Rgt (Sevastopol)

Paramilitary

Interior troops

  • 9th Indep Bde (Simferopol)
  • 15th Indep Bn (Yevpatoriia)
  • 18th Indep Spec Mot Militia Bn (Haspra)
  • 42nd Indep Operational Rgt (Sevastopol)
  • 47th Bde (Feodosiia)

Border guards

  • Special-Purpose Border Guard Bn (Yalta)
گۆجلر
Protesters

Volunteer units[۲۱][۲۳]

  • 5,000 (Sevastopol)
  • 1,700 (Simferopol)

Russian military forces

Protesters

Ukrainian military forces

  • 5,000–22,000 troops[۲۷][۲۸]
  • 40,000 reservists, partly mobilised (outside Crimea)[۲۹]
تلفات
1 Crimean SDF trooper killed[۳۰]
  • 2 soldiers killed[۳۱]
  • 60–80 soldiers detained[۳۲]
  • 9,268 military servicemen and 7,050 civilian employees defected[۳۳][۳۴]
2 civilian deaths during the protests, 1 civilian killed by "Crimean self-defense" under the leadership of a former serviceman of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation[۳۵][۳۶][۳۷][۳۸][۳۹][۴۰]

روسیه نین کریمه ایلحاقی (اینگیلیسجه: Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation) اوکراین و روسیه قوشونو آراسیندا باش وئرن دؤیوش.

گؤرونتولر[دَییشدیر]

قایناق‌لار[دَییشدیر]

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اینگیلیسجه ویکی‌پدیاسی‌نین ایشلدنلری طرفیندن یارانمیش«Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation»، مقاله‌سیندن گؤتورولوبدور.( ۲۸ سپتامبر ۲۰۱۸ تاریخینده یوْخلانیلیبدیر).

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