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Transnistria:

see Trans-Dniester RegionTrans-Dniester Region
or Transnistria,
region (2004 preliminary pop. 555,000), E Moldova, between the Dniester River and the Ukrainian border. A narrow territory some 120 mi (195 km) long but barely 20 mi (32 km) across at its widest, the Trans-Dniester Region has a
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At the same time, MFAEI welcomes the appointment of the Special Representative for the Transnistrian conflict settlement process of former Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini, known in the Republic of Moldova due to the support given to our country during his mandate as Vice President of the European Commission in 2004 -2008.
That tragic event haunts Moldova to this day, as Russia has entrenched itself in the region despite commitments at the 1999 Istanbul Summit of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe to withdraw its military presence from Moldova's Transnistrian region.
Halting hostilities in armed conflict in the eastern districts of the country occurred under "Agreement on principles of peaceful settlement of the military conflict in the Transnistrian region of Moldova" signed on July 21, 1992 in Moscow by Mircea Snegur and Boris Yeltsin, which contains 8 articles.
In the Republic of Moldova, they highlighted the importance of advancing the negotiations in the 5+2 format on a comprehensive political settlement of the Transnistrian conflict, also having in mind what happened in Ukraine and welcomed intensified Chisinau-Tiraspol dialogue in all formats.
Shevchenko University branches in the Transnistrian cities of Tiraspol and Ribnita have participated in 16 webinars, along with participants from other areas of Moldova and the world.
One could think that the book may be a parody of vodka drinking, gun-toting rebels, yet MacLean and Danziger consider deeper issues, treading a fine line between representing the controversial views of Transnistrian figureheads and finding counter-examples elsewhere in society.
43) According to data from the Transnistrian governorship, by 1 August 1943 the Germans had released 74,854 former Soviet POWs, most of whom appear to have been of Ukrainian ethnic origin, who were now residing in their putative places of origin in Transnistria (the total population of the province was around 2.
5) Russia also augmented its capabilities for such covert and overt subversion by instituting a substantial program whereby it gives soldiers and officers in the Transnistrian "Army" that occupies part of Moldova Russian military passports and rotates them through elite Russian officer training courses, called Vystrel, at the Russian combined arms training center at Solnechnogorsk.
Leanca described what was happening in Crimea as "probably an effort just to build another Transnistrian conflict," referring to Russia's long-term support for Moldova's breakaway separatist republic.
Russia provides subsidies to bolster the pro-Russian regime in Transnistria and Russian firms own key Transnistrian businesses.
And the team from the Transnistrian capital host Europa League favourites Tottenham tonight in a Group K match that could herald the return of Adebayor.
The team from the Transnistrian capital host Europa League favourites Tottenham in a Group K match that could herald the return of Adebayor.