Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Crimea: they're a NATO-free zone now.

Most Russian and Ukrainian tourists, however, choose to spend their vacations in the country that's a NATO member: Turkey.


  1. I would love Canada to be NATO-free, so that I may finally go to sleep without hearing those military jets flying so low that you swear their going to land in your bedroom.

  2. Hmmm... to the previous poster: I guess you meant not "NATO free" but "Army free." I mean, if Canada has the jets they will fly--NATO, no NATO--doesn't matter.

    In parts of Ukraine, military jets fly (if they have fuel) without it being a NATO member. And if it ever does become one, maybe those poor pilots will have more chances to actually fly and not sell potatoes at a local NATO-free market.