Russia, which annexes violently parts of Ukraine, will protect its territory with the new constitution
The new constitution of Russia provides for a text prohibiting the tearing off of territories on the map of the Russian Federation. China and Japan have reacted sharply to this idea because they have long been claimed to lands they consider their own.
The idea of such a correction in the Russian constitution by itself is cynical and impudent. The Russian Federation is the first country to break agreements and world law after 1946 by tearing off Crimea from Ukraine. But the big problem is that Russia can break up into many countries. At present, 83 entities are included in the Russian Federation, not including the occupied Crimea and Sevastopol. The authoritative edition of Stratfor clearly states the reasons for the future breakup of Russian Federation, which could create 23 new countries: rich natural resources, national character, close economic ties with other countries.