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Moldova asked the UN General Assembly to discuss the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria

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Moldova has asked the UN to include the issue of the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria on the agenda of the 72 session of the General Assembly (GA), which will begin on 12 September. In a letter published Tuesday by the Permanent Representative of Moldova to the world organization Victor Moraru, it is argued that the presence of the Russian military "is a threat to the maintenance of international peace and security," reports TASS

The Government of the Republic of Moldova, in accordance with Article 11 of the Charter of the United Nations, requests that the issue of the complete withdrawal of these foreign armed forces from its territory be included in the agenda of the seventy-second session of the General Assembly as a separate item
- wrote a diplomat. He asked the UN to support efforts aimed at completing the process of "unconditional, orderly and complete withdrawal of foreign armed forces from its national territory."

Moldova asked the UN General Assembly to discuss the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria


Moraru brought an excerpt from the declaration of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, adopted in 1999, which welcomed the "commitment of the Russian Federation to complete the withdrawal of Russian forces from the territory of Moldova by the end of 2002 of the year".

This is not the first statement about the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria. Earlier, in 2015, the then Prime Minister of Moldova Valeriu Strelets, speaking at the jubilee session of the UN General Assembly, stated that the official Chisinau insists on the speedy withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Moldovan territory.

The Russian peacekeepers were entered into the zone of the Transnistrian conflict according to the agreement signed with Moldova "On the principles of the peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova" of July 21 1992. They stopped the fighting between the Moldovan police and the Transnistrian militia, and also neutralized the armed formations and marauders who had gotten out of control.

At present, the Russian military maintain peace in the region along with the blue helmets of Moldova and Transdniestria. Their task also includes the protection of military warehouses, which store more than 20 thousand tons of ammunition, brought here after the withdrawal of Soviet troops from European countries. But the disposal and removal of 2001 that started in the year were blocked by Transnistrian authorities in 2004 after the aggravation of relations between the two banks of the Dniester. Today, Russian peacekeepers in Transnistria have actually found themselves in a blockade after Ukraine blocked the supply through its territory.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 22 August 2017 18: 37
    +9
    Discuss what? The goal is already clear: to withdraw Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria and call in NATO troops. To protect against the "aggressor from the Russian Federation."
    1. cniza
      cniza 22 August 2017 18: 41
      +2
      Interestingly, can Russia apply the veto right here or only in the Security Council? And no one will dare because of this:
      Their task also includes the protection of military depots, which store over 20 thousand tons of ammunition that were brought here after the withdrawal of Soviet troops from European countries.
      1. siberalt
        siberalt 22 August 2017 18: 46
        +4
        Just the question of the presence of blue helmets falls within the competence of the UN Security Council. But discussing is not harmful to anyone. Let yourself discuss.
        1. hrych
          hrych 22 August 2017 19: 30
          +7
          Quote: siberalt
          But discussing is not harmful to anyone.

          There is still need to figure out who is protecting whom. I am afraid that the PMR will disperse the Moldovan Nazis by tradition. Then they were beaten off with stones and double-barreled shotguns, now the PMR army of 15 thousand people and instantly reservists is brought up to 80 thousand, more than 150 armored vehicles, 77 Grads, 15 aviation units, including Mi-24. There is a structure, there is preparation, there is a Russian fighting spirit. There is still the Dniester, the enemy will not pass through it.
          For comparison, the Moldovan army is 5 thousand, reservists 58 thousand, as you know, reservists are mainly in the salaries laughing
          1. Pirogov
            Pirogov 22 August 2017 19: 42
            +2
            Quote: hrych
            There is still need to figure out who is protecting whom. I am afraid that the PMR will disperse the Moldovan Nazis by tradition. Then they were beaten off with stones and double-barreled shotguns, now the PMR army of 15 thousand people and instantly reservists is brought up to 80 thousand, more than 150 armored vehicles, 77 Grads, 15 aviation units, including Mi-24. There is a structure, there is preparation, there is a Russian fighting spirit. There is still the Dniester, the enemy will not pass through it.

            Somewhere I can agree with you, but you forgot about Romania, if Russian peacekeepers leave Transnistria, then helping Transnistria will be problematic.
            1. hrych
              hrych 22 August 2017 19: 50
              +3
              Quote: Pirogov
              You forgot about Romania

              There is one positive function from NATO, a muzzle on the members of the alliance, especially not leaders, so as not to drag the alliance into trouble and without endangering the infrastructure on its territory. Yes, and the Gauges can fly, they are there from the Sea and Crimea fly a few minutes. And the economic situation of Moldova itself, well, not exactly before the war ...
          2. Berkut24
            Berkut24 22 August 2017 21: 28
            +3
            Transnistria will mark Moldovan Nazis according to tradition.

            Moldovan Nazis already have an official roof in the form of the Romanian army. Actually, the Ministry of Defense of Romania commands it, because the entire leadership of the Moldovan Defense Ministry is Romanian citizens, and some of them have never had Moldovan citizenship. Yes, in fact, the Romanian leadership has already stated that it considers all of Moldova its territory. And the Moldavian language already officially does not exist.
            So behind the seemingly dead army of Moldova are NATO troops and are waiting for the conflict to begin.
            1. hrych
              hrych 22 August 2017 21: 44
              +3
              Quote: Berkut24
              So behind the seemingly dead army of Moldova are NATO troops and are waiting for the conflict to begin.

              The number of the Armed Forces of Romania is 71. Ground forces are numbered 400. Fighter aircraft are represented by the same type of aircraft - MiG-42, of which no more than 600 are in service. There are of course 21 tanks of which most of the T-36. In a word, the hopes for a powerful Romanian ̶k̶o̶l̶o̶sh̶u̶ army are very doubtful. Well, plus there are still problems for some ethnic groups - inability to fight and darling is not enough. Therefore, every Wehrmacht uses, as punishers, rear units, etc. And do not confuse the Slavs of Transylvanians like Dracula, they are no longer in sight wassat
            2. Solomon Kane
              Solomon Kane 23 August 2017 02: 34
              +6
              Yes. Indeed, the situation is "smelly" .... Moreover, the States are going to put the Romanians HIMARS MLRS 1.2 yards. Moldova exacerbates the conflict, the Romanians "harnessed." So, if the stripes started an "internecine brawl" in Europe, then they do not give a damn about the General Assembly and the Security Council, at all. The mad dog Mettis will give a command - the near-minded Moldovans "under the roof" of the Romanians will climb into the PMR.
              Well, if Dodon does not turn out to be a political prostitute and officially, as the head of the legitimate government, turn to the Russian Federation with a request for military assistance, that's all, then the question will be closed with the Romanians and the Moldovan opposition.
              1. Berkut24
                Berkut24 23 August 2017 10: 51
                +1
                Well, if Dodon does not turn out to be a political prostitute and officially, as the head of the legal government, turn to the Russian Federation with a request for military assistance

                1) Dodon is not the head of a legitimate government. He is simply the President whose functions include representative functions. The real power in Moldova belongs to the parliament and the government.
                2) In the event that Dodon exceeds his authority. which he does not have, then by decision of the parliament he will be arrested on the spot.
                3) Only new parliamentary elections can help change the situation in the country, which, at the request of the EU of Moldova, helps Romania organize ...
                1. Solomon Kane
                  Solomon Kane 23 August 2017 12: 17
                  +4
                  Yes, sucks, being a king without a crown ... wassat crying
            3. K-612-O
              K-612-O 23 August 2017 08: 00
              +1
              There are more than 200 thousand citizens of the Russian Federation in the PMR, so either 08.08.08. or war in Europe, with the transition to global conflict. And who will do it?
              1. Berkut24
                Berkut24 23 August 2017 10: 45
                +1
                To reach these 200 citizens, it is necessary to carry out a landing operation by the forces of the Black Sea Fleet, where, because of Syria, we do not have the necessary number of ships. And you have to land on the Ukrainian coast. The PMR has a very long front line and very not deep rear. Possible blow from Ukraine. A year ago, the Americans calculated that everything can be done in 000 hours, even without aviation. We physically do not even have time to reach the Ukrainian coast with our 2 ships.
                1. Solomon Kane
                  Solomon Kane 23 August 2017 14: 42
                  +4
                  Only Caliber, as the optimal solution ... and landing in the Odessa region wink
                2. K-612-O
                  K-612-O 24 August 2017 11: 22
                  0
                  Such an operation, if any, will be prepared in advance with air strikes, an emergency unit, and possibly kr, and then only a landing. And the PMR can quite hold out taking into account our contingent up to 2-3 days (subject to a war on 2 fronts), which in theory should be enough. Moldova alone has no chance to roll over to the PMR; the superiority in artillery and MLRS is too great.
      2. demo
        demo 22 August 2017 20: 04
        +5
        Here's the story.
        On July 21, 1992, an agreement was signed with Moldova "On the principles for the peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova."
        Validity until ........ and here is the question.
        Until the conflict is completely stopped and the remaining 20000 tons of ammunition are removed.
        The conflict was resolved. The order on the dividing strip is supported by three groups - ours, the blue helmets of Transnistria and the blue helmets of Moldova (ugh, what word are blue).
        And suddenly Transnistria blocked the export of ammunition.
        So the conditions are not met.

        And now, even more so, it is impossible to fulfill because of the blocking of transit by Ukraine.

        This is the first.
        Second.
        The UN General Assembly considers only those appeals that are not directly considered by the UN Security Council.
        But whether it is located or not is not clear.
        In short.
        The crap is full.
      3. nesvobodnye
        nesvobodnye 22 August 2017 21: 13
        +3
        Decisions of the General Assembly are advisory.
      4. Nikolai Grek
        Nikolai Grek 23 August 2017 13: 50
        +4
        Quote: cniza
        Interestingly, can Russia apply the veto right here or only in the Security Council?


        there, only the decisions of the UN Security Council ... hi good laughing laughing laughing
    2. DEPARTMENT
      DEPARTMENT 22 August 2017 18: 43
      +3
      I think so, Russia there will still increase the contingent at times ..! Dodon was not in vain meeting with Putin.
      And the UN already does not care for everyone; It is necessary to create something new and with great powers
      1. cniza
        cniza 22 August 2017 18: 57
        +6
        The president, like the Queen of England, has no real power.
        1. DEPARTMENT
          DEPARTMENT 22 August 2017 21: 15
          +3
          Quote: cniza
          The president, like the Queen of England, has no real power.

          This is a matter of time ...! bully
    3. Sergo
      Sergo 23 August 2017 16: 03
      0
      Are you a seer or something? Moldovans were not going to call anyone at all. So you can occupy the whole world under the pretext that: if not we, then NATO. That's where Russophobia comes from. In vain here they say that these are corrupt governments and the pro-Russian people. The people are not stupid, and if Moldovans and Ukrainians were killed, then their relatives most likely will never be pro-Russian.
      1. SergeBS
        SergeBS 23 August 2017 22: 04
        0
        Quote: Sergo
        The people are not stupid, and if Moldovans and Ukrainians were killed, then their relatives most likely will never be pro-Russian.

        Yeah. Here the "proud Georgians" wanted to expand their "great Georgia", and raped 08.08.08. Something they do not break into anti-crosses. Rather, the opposite.
        And what Moldovans or Ukrainians were killed "for no reason" - well, don’t smoke your grass. Inserts not childish. Crocodiles "quilted jackets" have not yet bitten you to death? laughing
        1. Sergo
          Sergo 24 August 2017 13: 14
          0
          Georgians fought in Georgia, Moldovans in Moldova, Ukrainians in Ukraine. For what they were killed. Imagine Putin is starting a war in Chechnya, and the Americans are attacking Russia. What does it look like? Stupid. Do not put one above the other.
          That's where Russophobia comes from. And Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine will never be pro-Russian.
          1. SergeBS
            SergeBS 25 August 2017 22: 03
            0
            Boy, don't push the bullshit. Georgians didn’t fight in Georgia, they climbed up with brazen bread "The USA will help us" to fight in Ossetia. Against the pit. These are the "heroes in tiger skins." And just as they did not get a peacekeeper from NOT a brazen bread, they screeched at once: "The USA promised us help, but we crap, and we can only" fight "with a peacekeeper and a crap, and crap against the warriors."
            "Heroic Georgians, Moldavians, Ukrainians" can continue to dream - "we’ll come so steep with bagpipes, and all the peasants will be bent, robbed and killed."
            And how they, so cool, were “a little bit” loved so that they wouldn’t climb onto a peasant with a trellis, so right away: “But we’re also killing us for our impudence? We’ve only gone to the peasants with the bagpipes - give everything, or we will kill ..”
            Went along the wool, they themselves returned bald.
  2. Old26
    Old26 22 August 2017 18: 49
    +7
    Quote: cniza
    Interestingly, can Russia apply the veto right here or only in the Security Council?

    Only in the Security Council. The decision at the EMNIP General Assembly is taken by a simple majority

    Quote: DEPARTMENT
    I think so, Russia there will increase the contingent at times

    Yeah. Right now. Changing the contingent only on a tripartite basis. And what Dodon spoke to Putin is unknown to anyone. About an increase in MS or about their withdrawal ... Or they didn’t talk about them at all ...
  3. HEATHER
    HEATHER 22 August 2017 18: 53
    +3
    Moldova asked the UN General Assembly to discuss the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria Right now. UN-go along the path to the swamp. Udody. We will provide you with a guide. Potroshenko.
  4. Dzafdet
    Dzafdet 22 August 2017 18: 58
    +1
    Something soft on their collar. so that the neck is not rubbed!
    1. HEATHER
      HEATHER 22 August 2017 19: 00
      +2
      A knife? what Will not rub.
  5. grandfather_Kostya
    grandfather_Kostya 22 August 2017 19: 00
    0
    Quote: cniza
    Interestingly, can Russia apply the veto right here or only in the Security Council?

    Gene Assembly of the United Nations, by definition, only a talking room, cat. decides nothing, but only gives voice. Everything is decided by the Security Council.
  6. vanavatny
    vanavatny 22 August 2017 19: 06
    0
    It’s nice to dream that those who will at least find this Moldova on a map will be able to discuss this ...
  7. SergeBS
    SergeBS 22 August 2017 19: 25
    0
    Moldova asks for money to "create a democratic state." Moldova wants to Romania (and Romania, a minute, to NATO). Moldova asks "to protect it from the terrible Russians" (to drive out the peacekeepers). Which country does Moldova resemble?
    Yes, still not bad Moldova “visa-free travel to the EU” will ask. For complete resemblance.
    1. Roma 1977
      Roma 1977 22 August 2017 19: 42
      +2
      They had a visa-free visa before Ukraine, but it was the same, tourist, and not working.
  8. VadimSt
    VadimSt 22 August 2017 19: 29
    +1
    Moldova! The people and the President, or a handful of people who seized power?
    1. Yura
      Yura 22 August 2017 20: 18
      0
      Quote: VadimSt
      Moldova! The people and the President, or a handful of people who seized power?

      Perhaps this question is the most relevant in this case. It seems like a prelude, if the request is granted, then the Moldavian nationalists will have an illusory temptation to forcefully solve their unsatisfied attempts.
      1. VadimSt
        VadimSt 23 August 2017 12: 24
        0
        Maduro, made the best move - he gathered the National Assembly and in fact deprived the opposition of power!
  9. Roma 1977
    Roma 1977 22 August 2017 19: 41
    0
    Already taken out of Georgia alone. Only now it is no longer Georgia.
    1. DOCTOR ZLO
      DOCTOR ZLO 22 August 2017 20: 58
      +2
      Quote: Roma-1977
      Already taken out of Georgia alone. Only now it is no longer Georgia.

      This is already an axiom (only Azerbaijan has refuted and for how long), the country that is throwing Russian WB out of its territory is losing these territories unnoticed for itself, having not received anything in return from its Western advisers ...
  10. evil partisan
    evil partisan 22 August 2017 19: 58
    +2
    SPORTLOTO is the very thing for the Moldovan government. yes
  11. Suhov
    Suhov 22 August 2017 20: 26
    +2
    Why the Transnistrian Republic still does not have free access to the Black Sea coast. This is not democratic! Moldova violates the rights of citizens regarding freedom of movement.
    Where Europe is looking! wassat
    1. Catherine II
      Catherine II 22 August 2017 22: 42
      0
      Quote: Sukhov
      Why the Transnistrian Republic still does not have free access to the Black Sea coast. This is not democratic! Moldova violates the rights of citizens regarding freedom of movement.

      Moldova itself had no way out from where the PMR then .. Previously (and now) they received everything from Odessa and the region, now they have covered the bench, the blockade. Now only purchases, and even less often
  12. steelmaker
    steelmaker 22 August 2017 20: 39
    0
    The United States invested 5yards $ in Ukraine to get a loyal regime. And they don’t hide it. And how much has Russia invested in Moldova? Or do we not need loyal regimes?
    1. SergeBS
      SergeBS 22 August 2017 20: 48
      +1
      The problem with all the mercenaries is that they “fight” while the money is dripping and “not really killing”. This is about "loyal regimes." For some reason, the mercenaries pretend that they are fighting on the side of the stronger. And when this "stronger" does not guarantee the integrity of the mercenary skin - the mercenary "joyfully runs away." On the principle of "did not subscribe to die."
      But to attach to yourself those who know - either with us, or kirdyk, is another topic. Not "loyal" (purchased) modes.
      I remember the Panama regime was loyal to the United States. And then what?
    2. DOCTOR ZLO
      DOCTOR ZLO 22 August 2017 20: 56
      +3
      Quote: steel maker
      The United States invested 5yards $ in Ukraine to get a loyal regime. And they don’t hide it. And how much has Russia invested in Moldova? Or do we not need loyal regimes?

      No, they’re not needed, it’s better to invest in the Penza region, closer nevertheless ...
  13. DOCTOR ZLO
    DOCTOR ZLO 22 August 2017 20: 55
    +3
    If the OSCE doesn’t extend our mandate in the “demarcation zone”, and Moldova leaves the CIS (which also gave us a mandate in Transdniestria), then the arrival of Russian peacekeepers will become illegal, and then Russia will have to either get out of Transdniestria under the hooting of the Young Europeans or do something no matter what she did for a long time, she doesn’t give a damn about the world community and recognize the PMR as an independent state .....
    1. SergeBS
      SergeBS 22 August 2017 20: 57
      0
      Quote: DOCTOR ZLO
      If the OSCE, we will not extend the mandate in the "demarcation zone"

      Does the OSCE mandate give, not the Security Council? Right?
      1. DOCTOR ZLO
        DOCTOR ZLO 22 August 2017 21: 14
        +1
        Quote: SergeBS
        Quote: DOCTOR ZLO
        If the OSCE, we will not extend the mandate in the "demarcation zone"

        Does the OSCE mandate give, not the Security Council? Right?

        The agreement signed in the 1992 year is still valid, and the peacekeeping forces have ensured peace, stability and security in the region during the 21 year. Today, peace in the conflict zone is supported by the Joint Peacekeeping Forces, which include 402 Russian troops, 492 Transnistrian and 355 Moldovan, as well as 10 military observers from Ukraine. Peacekeepers serve at 15 stationary posts and checkpoints located on key sections of the security zone, which stretches along the Dniester for 225 km and 12-24 km wide.

        http://mid.gospmr.org/ru/MsN
        In the second half of the 1992, with the mediation of Russia, negotiations began on the status of Transnistria, from the 1993 of the year, the OSCE joined the peace settlement, and from the 1995 of the year, Ukraine

        Andrei Panici Romanian nationalism in the Republic of Moldova
        1. SergeBS
          SergeBS 22 August 2017 21: 28
          0
          I didn’t understand. An extensive quote about the agreement, and then the OSCE joined. For what? To what the Security Council decided or how?
          Or is the OSCE turning the Security Council? laughing
          1. DOCTOR ZLO
            DOCTOR ZLO 22 August 2017 23: 00
            +1
            Quote: SergeBS
            I didn’t understand. An extensive quote about the agreement, and then the OSCE joined. For what? To what the Security Council decided or how?
            Or is the OSCE turning the Security Council? laughing

            The UN Security Council is completely out of place here, in the world many conflicts are resolved not at the UN level, but at the level of regional organizations, in this case the OSCE ...
            1. SergeBS
              SergeBS 23 August 2017 21: 31
              0
              I would like to see a list of regional conflicts that the OSCE has "put out."
              1. DOCTOR ZLO
                DOCTOR ZLO 23 August 2017 22: 01
                +1
                Quote: SergeBS
                I would like to see a list of regional conflicts that the OSCE has "put out."

                It is unlikely that you will see it, but it was created precisely for this ...
                1. SergeBS
                  SergeBS 25 August 2017 22: 08
                  0
                  Those. There is no result from the OSCE (such as resolving conflicts), but the fingers are oppressing - "we are resolving, and we are resolving conflicts." Very cute.
                  The OSCE is doing something with a show-off (created for this), but there are only show-offs and no result. laughing
  14. prior
    prior 22 August 2017 21: 02
    0
    Dress peacekeepers in green uniforms and bring in for security
    during the referendum on accession to Russia in Moldova.
  15. Kenxnumx
    Kenxnumx 22 August 2017 22: 42
    0
    In general, it is unpleasant for any country to observe foreign troops on its territory.
    1. Protos
      Protos 22 August 2017 23: 46
      +3
      We in the Crimea were pleased and even envious to watch the military with the tricolor for all 23 years laughing
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  17. datur
    datur 23 August 2017 01: 51
    0
    I think it is necessary to start at the request of the PMR S-400 and that's it !!! By the way, our girls are very afraid of American missiles !! they prevent them from cropping fighters !!!!!! wink
  18. gorez.69
    gorez.69 23 August 2017 09: 32
    0
    And Doldon, I wonder what he says?
  19. Sergo
    Sergo 23 August 2017 15: 07
    0
    The author is lying. Moldovans asked for the conclusion of the ogrv and not peacekeepers. But ogrv no peacekeepers, no contracts that they were there - no. And the Moldavians repeatedly asked for their withdrawal. Article - Provocation
  20. Vladimir Mamkin
    Vladimir Mamkin 23 August 2017 19: 11
    0
    Moldova seems to have a peaceful life tired of wanting to play war games, no matter how you burn yourself on your desires
  21. Msta
    Msta 23 August 2017 20: 58
    0
    Well, who lied here and told tales about the kind and fluffy Moldova, which supposedly loves Russia very much ?! Another post-Soviet country with Russophobia! Mostly, Transnistria has a Russian population, and the war started there because of infringing on the rights of Russians on a national basis, and now, these bandits, like Bandera, dream of pushing through the Croatian scenario, according to which Serbs were cut out to Kosovo ...
    1. Sergo
      Sergo 24 August 2017 13: 15
      0
      What gang?
      1. Msta
        Msta 24 August 2017 16: 04
        0
        The gangs of your Nazis, in your former Soviet republics, which operate with the approval of your governments.
        1. Sergo
          Sergo 24 August 2017 16: 28
          0
          Please give examples, what kind of gangs are there in Moldova?
          1. Msta
            Msta 25 August 2017 16: 09
            +1
            Yes, everyone who staged the genocide of the Russian people and brought the situation to war in Transnistria has these gangs ... Today you can include the entire parliament of Moldova, which does not even try to hide its Russophobia and hatred of Russia and Russians ...
  22. Oleg Salov
    Oleg Salov 23 August 2017 21: 09
    +1
    Quote: Solomon Kane
    Yes. Indeed, the situation is "smelly" .... Moreover, the States are going to put the Romanians HIMARS MLRS 1.2 yards. Moldova exacerbates the conflict, the Romanians "harnessed." So, if the stripes started an "internecine brawl" in Europe, then they do not give a damn about the General Assembly and the Security Council, at all. The mad dog Mettis will give a command - the near-minded Moldovans "under the roof" of the Romanians will climb into the PMR.
    Well, if Dodon does not turn out to be a political prostitute and officially, as the head of the legitimate government, turn to the Russian Federation with a request for military assistance, that's all, then the question will be closed with the Romanians and the Moldovan opposition.

    Well, firstly, Dodon is not the head of government, but the head of state, which has less rights than the head of government and parliament, and secondly, if Moldova attacks Transnistria, then it immediately loses Gagauzia, which sympathizes with Transnistria, so in Moldova not so simple.
  23. Oleg Salov
    Oleg Salov 23 August 2017 21: 16
    +1
    Quote: Ken71
    In general, it is unpleasant for any country to observe foreign troops on its territory.

    And who is to blame for this? They themselves have muddied this situation, and now disentangle it.
  24. Sergo
    Sergo 23 August 2017 22: 17
    0
    Moldovans asked for the withdrawal of Russian troops and not peacekeepers. "Small" is such a mistake.
  25. Mentat
    Mentat 24 August 2017 20: 59
    0
    Quote: hrych
    For comparison, the Moldovan army is 5 thousand, reservists 58 thousand, as you know, reservists are mainly in the salaries

    They expect Romania to do everything for them. In a neighboring topic, they threatened that Romania today is not the 90s, it's hoo! need to be afraid! :)