Talk:Pechory

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Old talk[edit]

Russia pulled out of border treaty with Estonia only because Estonia included more points in that treaty already after the treaty had been signed.The estonian acion is considered illegal because additions can only be made upon the agreement of both parties but Russia didn't give its agreement. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 159.148.18.129 (talk) 10:36, 30 December 2007 (UTC)

No, this explanation is totally wrong. Estonia did not add any additional points to the treaty. Russia pulled out of the treaty because it did not like the wording of the preamble to the Estonian ratification law. The ratification law makes no changes to the treaty, it merely formalises the treaty into the correct legal context within Estonian law. Martintg (talk) 11:41, 30 December 2007 (UTC)
You are wrong.This had nothing to do with estonian ratification law but with the declaration that estonian government attached TO the Treaty during the process of its ratification in estonian parliament.This declaration changes the meaning of the entire Treaty and makes possible legal claims of part of the territory of RF in the future.This declaration would become an undetachable part of the Treaty therefore Russians would have to consider it.In fact,they didn't like the new addition that was made antedate that was why they didn't ratify it. Frank Russian (talk) 11:10, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
No, it was the pre-ample contained in the ratification law, which places the treaty into internal context of Estonian law. Nothing was attached to the treaty. This are the facts of the matter. Martintg (talk) 13:43, 27 August 2008 (UTC)