Узбеки уже претендуют на русскую землю
TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN – Discussions are being held between Russia and Uzbekistan about a possible agreement that would allow Uzbek farmers to grow crops on Russian soil, Akipress.com reported on Oct. 4.
The report, citing Uzbekistan Minister of Agriculture Jamshid Hojaev, noted that the discussions have taken place at the level of the Ministry of Agriculture and another meeting in October is scheduled.
Uzbekistan seeks to rent 1 million hectares of land in Russia which would yield approximately 2.5 million tonnes of grain, Akipress.com reported.
1 млн гектар это чуть меньше Калининградской области. После аренды вполне могут поднять вопрос об узбекской автономной республике.