Hypothetical map of Eastern Europe, in which the ex-Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych persuades his ally Vladimir Putin to intervene in the Euromaidan revolution following his ousting. What essentially follows is a conflict between the CSTO and NATO, with a few others involved (see key on map). The peace treaty negotiated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Polish Foreign Minister Radosław Sikorski results in the creation of what is known as the 'Merkel-Sikorski Line', partitioning both Ukraine and Belarus, and causing Russia to lose some of its western territories, as well as seeing the transfer of some territories to both EU members and new states. At the close of the conflict, the remaining CSTO states, with the Belarusian and Ukrainian rump states, form Putin's long imagined Eurasian Union, creating a scenario similar to that of the Cold War.
This is a mildly satirical map and is not intended to offend, the renaming of several cities on the map (in the same vein as St Petersburg being renamed 'Leningrad' during the days of the USSR) is particularly 'tongue-in-cheek'.
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