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Moldova may be under the heel of Transnistria

Over the recent period, information came from Moldova that the official authorities of this country would not mind resolving the so-called Transnistrian issue by their own methods. During the visit to Chisinau Angela Merkel, the issues of territorial problems of Moldova were raised especially openly with a view to the European Union paying attention to the former Soviet Republic that was torn along the path of European integration. However, Mrs. Merkel reacted with sufficient coolness to the aspirations of the current Moldovan power elites and traditionally advised not to turn off the course, but at the same time expressed the view that Chisinau would be good to solve their problems on her own.

The official Chisinau announced that the visit of Mrs. Merkel was productive, and what remained to be said, but at the same time he finally realized that the West is clearly not going to arrange adventurous scenarios aimed at engaging Moldova under its warm wing. Epic with South Ossetia, apparently, the West was enough for the eyes, and therefore Merkel clearly does not intend to encourage frank provocations.

As a result, the authorities in Chisinau, with their “trouble” in the person of the Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic (Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic), remained practically one-on-one. Well, it can be said that Romania helped as much as it could, ready to accept Moldova as its eastern region under its jurisdiction, only Romanians themselves in the European Union enjoy bird rights, and therefore they are particularly pleased (except verbal) from Bucharest not manifested.

The official Chisinau, realizing that it was necessary to take some steps in terms of agreements with Tiraspol, decided to put a kind of pressure on the PMR. Suffice it to say about the railway branches of Transnistria, which the Moldovan side took control of, having the opportunity to control all the cargoes going in the direction of Tiraspol. A certain pressure on Transnistrian leaders also manifested itself in the media sphere. Tiraspol was denied that the local channels were broadcast in Moldova, but the Moldovan channels on the PMR broadcast went without any problems. Evil tongues even began to say that Moldova could well “strangle” Transnistria economically and force its authorities to abandon the ideas of independence.

But in the coming year 2013 came from Chisinau news that Moldova itself can fall under the economic cap of Tiraspol. Is this possible? - readers may ask. Answer: in the current situation - quite ...

The fact is that the north of Moldova is often experiencing difficulties with the supply of electricity. Moldavian Energocom has signed a new contract with the Ukrainian electricity supplier DTEK PT. According to this contract, the price for electricity consumers in the northern regions of the country will remain at the current level (around 7 eurocents per 1 kWh) until April 2013. The World Day of Laughter will obviously not bring joy to Moldova, since the price of electricity supplied from abroad may significantly increase. And the rise in electricity prices for the population at a time when negative in the Moldovan economy and so much more than positive is clearly not included in the plans of the authorities. In this case, you need to look for alternative suppliers who could supply electricity to the north of Moldova at reasonable prices.

Based on the infrastructure features and logistics of the laid power lines, there is only one such alternative supplier for Moldova. And this supplier - Dniester GRES. But the whole snag is that the Dnestrovskaya GRES, although called the Moldavian State District Power Plant, is located somewhere in the territory of the Transnistrian Republic. Moreover, the Dniester GRES has already been a part of the Russian business group “Inter RAO UES” Grigori Kurtser and Boris Kovalchuk for 7 for years (a controlling stake).

It turns out that Chisinau will have to bow not only to the authorities in Tiraspol, but also to seek help from Russia, and this, you know, for Filat and Timofti, aimed at the European course of “development”, is like a sharp knife. What kind of European integration is it when you need to run for relatively cheap electricity to those against whom you want to integrate so ...

In the photo - Vlad Filat (Moldova) and Yevgeny Shevchuk (PMR)

But even against this background, a new problem looms on the horizon for official Chisinau. The fact is that electricity from Transnistria was cheap both for Transnistria and for other consumers only because official Tiraspol received Russian gas with big discounts. He gets gas with discounts today, but after the increase in prices in January, 2013 decided to raise prices for Russian gas for local industrialists by as much as 68%. And although these prices still do not compare with European (about 250 dollars for 1000 cubic meters of gas for production in the territory of the PMR), the increase in the cost of energy produced at the Dniester GRES will inevitably occur.

It turns out that the Ukrainian energy sector will now monitor how much the price of electricity for Moldova from Transnistria will rise, and also decide to go out at about the same price (if they manage to get the same price).

At the same time, it should not be forgotten that the EU-Romania also receives electricity from the Dniester GRES. And this once again makes it possible to think over who and whom on the banks of the Dniester and Danube can economically “force friendship”. Tiraspol, which operates with relatively cheap energy resources from Russia, has more opportunities in current conditions.

Such a state of affairs as a possible economic dependence of Moldova on Transnistria can finally put an end to all European integration aspirations of Kishinev pro-Romanian politicians. If we take into account that these gentlemen have no time and place for maneuver at all, then they will have to make an unequivocal choice in the near future. Well, and how can we now declare a desire for the West, when during the years of independence and independence, Moldova has turned from a flourishing republic into the poorest state in Europe.

According to the results of studies conducted by European and world analytical agencies, today, around 23% of the country's population is below the poverty line in Moldova. That is, almost every fourth citizen of the republic is forced to make ends meet. For comparison, the Russian poverty indicators are 12,9% (according to World Bank estimates). True, the matter is not even in percentages, but in real terms of per capita income. Moldova’s per capita GDP is $ 3380. According to this indicator, Moldova today is at the very tail of European economies, and globally it “competes” with countries of the world, such as Honduras ($ 2900), Cape Verde ($ 3450) or Cambodia (about $ 2500).

According to the latest data, the average monthly salary in Moldova is about $ 190. The industrial decline in the time since 2008 was about 22%! Record reductions in the number of workers took place in one of the most important sectors of the Moldovan economy - in agricultural processing: minus 34% only for 2009 a year (every third was fired). And the pre-crisis production scale has not yet been achieved. Will it be possible to achieve, if electricity also jumps in price ...

It is understandable why many are trying to go to work in Russia or Ukraine. The same World Bank claims that about 30% of Moldovan GDP is made up of income from Moldovan citizens who have left to work abroad. Of these funds, about 80% are funds from the Russian Federation.
Is this independence in Moldovan? ..
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  1. volcano
    volcano 10 January 2013 08: 43 New
    What can I say
    One word BIG GYPSY TABLE. Neither politics, nor economics, nor independence. So ... every little thing.
    The problem of any dwarf state, I want to be Great and Mighty, but it turns out only Miserable and Beggars.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 10 January 2013 09: 47 New
      Is this Moldovan independence?
      The joke is that independence brought chocolates only to politicians and their close ones. And not only with regard to Moldova, in other countries the same thing, with the exception of several countries. The people themselves did not receive a niche from independence except for hemorrhoids hi
      1. volcano
        volcano 10 January 2013 10: 33 New
        Alexander Romanov,
        Greetings Alexander
        That's right. Nothing depends on the peoples anymore, nor on their politicians, who dance to the western tune too.
        1. crazyrom
          crazyrom 10 January 2013 21: 26 New
          Quote: volkan
          independence brought chocolates only to politicians and their close associates

          And what country was wrong ??? So everywhere, even with us. This is now becoming different with us, but before that it was. And in other countries, it will be so for a very long time.
      2. Simon
        Simon 10 January 2013 15: 21 New
        And these Moldovan politicians for Western chocolates make the Moldovan people a beggar.
    2. vadimus
      vadimus 10 January 2013 10: 26 New
      Europe itself needs to be fed now. And she certainly has no time for Moldova. Yes, and Moldovans in Russia spend their time with benefit. Maybe the time has come to stop curbing yourself and look in the direction from which they turned away stupidly ?!
      1. volcano
        volcano 10 January 2013 11: 13 New
        Quote: vadimus
        Maybe the time has come to stop curbing yourself and look in the direction from which they turned away stupidly ?!

        Colleague, but I think the question should be posed like this ... But do we need them to turn in our direction?
        Or with a black sheep even a tuft of wool?
        Betrayed times .. betrayed again.
      2. edge
        edge 11 January 2013 14: 43 New
        no, vadimus, it won’t be so — trading in the homeland is the most profitable business. Their capital is in Western banks and you can always requisition them, which we have already seen on the examples of Iraq, Libya, etc.
    3. domokl
      domokl 10 January 2013 10: 39 New
      Moldova so much wanted in the EU that it made almost all the concessions that it demanded of it ... All the vaunted independence is actually a complete political dependence on Romania ... Only, as it turned out, the beggars do not need anyone ... Darmoedov and so on EU missing
  2. borisst64
    borisst64 10 January 2013 09: 04 New
    It is interesting to see on a map Chisinau in Latin transcription. Some kind of Chinese option.
  3. afire
    afire 10 January 2013 09: 36 New
    Yes, everything was the same, one gang sold out what it could, and there they don’t even grow grass, now they want to take up their heads, and there’s nothing to operate on - no professional hands, no money to pay, no production, no energy, no resources ...
    with the arrived ....
    so what now?
    who needs this territory? - only to residents. Maybe someone rents a piece for military bases.
    who will restore it? - and for what? - again, local free (only it is unlikely to be able to consolidate so).
    what to do with power geeks? - expel (kill, plant).
    are you happy? I understand that ordinary people are not to blame, but their desire to recreate their own state is zero
    1. Ghenxnumx
      Ghenxnumx 10 January 2013 11: 25 New
      Quote: afire
      I understand that ordinary people are not to blame, but their desire to recreate their own state is zero

      Are you to blame?
      Are they under the threat of execution ordered to shell Tiraspol, and then volunteer to storm Transnistria?
      At our wedding almost all the neighbors in the five-story building (56 apartments) walked.
      I was amazed to see how the politics of all snegurs and other freaks shouting from the rostrum changed people's minds:
      - "Moldova for Moldavians",
      - "Russian occupiers",
      - "We will live happily ever after on wine and vegetables with fruits,"
      - "we all owe"
      1. moldavan
        moldavan 10 January 2013 15: 12 New
        Try to go out and shout these slogans now, at least they will fill your face, and in the north they’ll cripple, we (Moldovans) never betrayed Russia, try to call Moldova a Romanian and see the reaction (read above) and we will enter the Customs Union (elections) you have to wait), enough Moldovans to call gypsies give reason to rejoice at the Romanian brethren (they say you see who your Russian brother considers you to be) and who considers Russian fraternal people to be more than 70%, in the north more than 80% drinks
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 10 January 2013 15: 16 New
          Quote: moldavan
          we are any in the Customs Union (

          Well, for now, they are dragging you to the EU and NATO with all their might. Why, if you have such unity, put up with Romanian clowns, went out and gave a kick, what's the question?
          1. moldavan
            moldavan 10 January 2013 17: 38 New
            Patience ends, there remains a maximum of 2 years, if Romanian clowns remain in power, it is unlikely that people will go out and not just tweeters (April 2009), but people who lived in the USSR and understand the whole essence of the situation. We are a bankrupt country, long in debt we’ll live, and we can only develop in alliance with Russia, it is proved by history. There are no people, everyone works abroad and we are holding on for now
            1. Ghenxnumx
              Ghenxnumx 10 January 2013 20: 44 New
              Quote: moldavan
              if Romanian clowns remain in power

              I don’t remember whose quote "a flock of sheep led by a lion is much braver than a flock of lions led by a sheep"
              The results of managing your sheep only on the example of one city of Ungheni:
              - cannery (produced products including for railways and for aeroflot - who remembers juices in soft foil packaging) - how many years was bankrupt?
              - a biochemical plant for pharmaceuticals and cattle breeding is now interrupted only by antibiotics in the photo one of the workshops
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              - a carpet factory, one of the best in the union, repeatedly bringing prizes from international exhibitions, a couple of workshops are working / no raw materials /:
              - a dairy factory on the street. June 28th generally closed after "gaining independence";
              - cut down the wonderful apple Chekir gardens and vineyards around the city for the privatization of plots for gardens.
              - but in a city with 30 residents, 000 bank branches.
              But endure for a long time ...
              1. moldavan
                moldavan 11 January 2013 02: 15 New
                Commentary everywhere (in the USSR), everything fell apart (except for Russia, where it is quietly reborn). We don’t want our sheep. You want to take away Genady and give more money, there are a lot of banks because TRANSLATIONS
          2. vikontas56
            vikontas56 10 January 2013 23: 45 New
            It’s easy to get out, but the result can be difficult! When Filet Contrabass (Filat got such a drive for the habit of smuggling cigarettes and for this prank rattled up in court while living in Romania, but smeared for agreeing to become a Romanian agent nicknamed “Kant”) managed to become prime minister of all Moldova, he signed a secret agreement, according to which, with any serious speech by the people threatening the authorities, Romania sends gendarmerie units to Moldova to help this authority, which it oversees! And Romania is supervised, to the embassy to which the whole leadership of Moldova regularly kisses the ass on duty! So you won’t decide to kick here!
  4. Pule
    Pule 10 January 2013 09: 38 New
    Suvorov, Lebed, Smirnov - the leaders of the independence of Bessarabia, and most importantly in the PMR - there is an infernal mixture of nationalities united by nepotism.
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 10 January 2013 09: 42 New
    In my opinion, neither Romania nor the European Union will help to resolve the issue with Transnistria. Only Russia will be able to help Chisinau to resolve the urgent issue, and that will be subject to great constructivism on the part of the Moldovan government. Moldova wants it or not, first of all, it is necessary to solve the issue of the status of the state language, recognition of Russian as the second state language will remove the tension between the official Chisinau and Tiraspol. After this, we can move on to other pressing problems. In my opinion, Russia should act as a guarantor, fixed in the future arrangements!
    1. EwgenyZ
      EwgenyZ 10 January 2013 16: 32 New
      The EU will not help, and they won’t give us ... What high they raised according to the Kozak Plan. So the Moldovans are tormented for a long time until they themselves "take up their heads" and decide what is better than the EU or the CU.
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 10 January 2013 20: 32 New
      Quote: Apollon
      In my opinion, neither Romania nor the European Union will help to resolve the issue with Transnistria. Only Russia will be able to help Chisinau to resolve the urgent issue, and that is subject to great constructivism from the Moldovan government.

      In the minds of the Moldovan government, the very mention of the decisive role of Moscow, in the Transnistrian issue is a crime, and you say ............. help Chisinau !!
  6. Akim
    Akim 10 January 2013 10: 10 New
    Explain. How does the price of gas affect the cost of electricity received from hydropower plants?
    1. max-02215
      max-02215 10 January 2013 10: 35 New
      no matter how, but hydroelectric power station and hydroelectric power station are completely different things)))
      1. Akim
        Akim 10 January 2013 11: 00 New
        The Moldovan state district power station, which is now called the Dniester state district, depends on the prices set by the Dubossary hydroelectric station and vice versa. If very expensive electric power comes from the cogeneration plant, they will not buy it over the hill. That's what I meant.
  7. omsbon
    omsbon 10 January 2013 10: 25 New
    For what Moldova fought, then it ran.
  8. boris.radevitch
    boris.radevitch 10 January 2013 10: 32 New
    The kings are fighting and at the lackeys forelocks are cracking! wassat
  9. Alex_AS
    Alex_AS 10 January 2013 10: 43 New
    How many years have passed since the armed conflict and the proclamation of the independence of Transnistria ... A new generation has succeeded in growing up, not knowing what the Union is, and living by the expectation of Russia recognizing Transdniestria. Which, as shown by what is happening, is more profitable only to demonstrate your recognition of the PMR - and not to take any steps towards real rapprochement.

    Whether the PMR will speculate at the expense of electricity - I think that regional politicians have the brains to not do this, after all, this is not the beginning of the 90s. In addition, ordinary people will be extreme, but this pressure will not lead to “fair elections” and a change in power and course in Moldova.
  10. Bezarius
    Bezarius 10 January 2013 11: 23 New
    Nothing, in the future all the former republics themselves will be asking for back. And in the even more distant future, we will have something to poke their nose at, in order to recall what these republics "can" on their own :)
  11. SmacXnumx
    SmacXnumx 10 January 2013 11: 40 New
    And the places to stay in Moldova are beautiful and the wine is excellent. Yes, something struck nostalgia.
    1. sq
      sq 10 January 2013 13: 04 New
      That's right, for an undemanding Soviet man the rest there was good, wines, grapes and other fruits in the Union were sold with a bang. But Europe doesn’t need all this in figs, she has enough of her own. Here are the proud descendants of the rooted Bessarabs, or how they sit there in their own house ... head over heels and are proud of it. In general, everything is according to Zadornov.
      Py Sy And didn’t you try to sell your wine-fruits to your beloved Ottomans, from whom the Russians "conquered" them?
    2. Simon
      Simon 10 January 2013 15: 32 New
      Only Europe does not need this wine, they have enough of their own wine, but Russia would not hurt, although we have enough of our own wine. But I didn’t understand what Moldova was going to earn money on, the Hungarians, or something to sell their wine.
  12. Waroc
    Waroc 10 January 2013 11: 45 New
    The next "breadwinners" fumbled after getting rid of Russian acupuncture)))
  13. Flooding
    Flooding 10 January 2013 11: 53 New
    Transnistria’s gas debt is about $ 3,5 billion.
    This is so, by the way. Despite,
    that official Tiraspol received Russian gas at big discounts

    The increase in electricity tariffs does not scare Moldovans.
    Over the past three years, prices have already been raised for all utilities more than once. The same electricity during 2012, if I am not mistaken, went up in price twice.
    In my opinion, the Moldovan authorities will deal with the Transnistrian issue only formally. For reporting to voters and the EU. Romanians do not need this headache yet. The number one task is to assimilate and digest Moldavian land.
    And therefore porridge will cook on low heat. Until large players who want and are able to solve the problem or exacerbate are connected.
    The PMR debt will grow, the media will report about some ineffective meetings. For more, the local authorities will have neither the will nor the strength nor professionalism.
    By the way, these 3,5 billion are also a full cap for Moldova. Indeed, de jure PMR is Moldavian territory, which means that Transnistrian debts should be paid to Moldova.
  14. Kubanets
    Kubanets 10 January 2013 11: 58 New
    I agree that only Russia can and should pursue a policy of consolidation in the post-Soviet space. The countries of Limitrophs have proved their self-inconsistency. For the EU, they are a political counterbalance to Russia, but they are not equal economic partners. And they will have to collect land. In any of their condition, it's not a stranger’s stranger.
  15. sprut
    sprut 10 January 2013 11: 59 New
    They don’t need anyone naf..g, probably to some extent Russia too. But unlike the West, we are the future of Bessarabia.
    1. Beltar
      Beltar 10 January 2013 22: 02 New
      we will not surrender.
  16. Alex_AS
    Alex_AS 10 January 2013 12: 01 New
    Entirely and completely agree.
    There are no prerequisites for resolving the impasse, it is not so strategically interesting, apparently, PMR for Russia. Neither in terms of territories, nor in terms of resources, nor in terms of production. Fruits and those are almost gone!
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 10 January 2013 12: 19 New
      Quote: Alex_AS

      Entirely and completely agree.
      There are no prerequisites for resolving the impasse, it is not so strategically interesting, apparently, PMR for Russia. Neither in terms of territories, nor in terms of resources, nor in terms of production. Fruits and those are almost gone!

      Alex_ASThe rhetoric around the Transnistrian issue will always have an anti-Russian emphasis. That is why the West is beneficial to have a smoldering conflict, which you can always throw heat. And the Russian authorities understand this. Therefore, whether you want it or not, the question at some point can get a strategic sound. Not for Russia, but for Russian influence in the region.
  17. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 10 January 2013 12: 09 New
    As the saying goes, politics is a concentrated expression of the economy. So, Moldovan Eurointegrants (and their Romanian patrons, who were preoccupied with their greatness at the wrong time) should go down to their sinful land in their Euro dreams and forget about their European wallets. It is necessary to stop the Anti-Russian rhetoric (it will not bring Moldova’s accession to the EU closer) and, finally, to understand that only by realizing AGREEMENT with Russia and Transdniestria can some kind of solution be achieved for the Transnistrian problem.
  18. Flooding
    Flooding 10 January 2013 12: 26 New
    President Nicolae Timofti told the Austrian newspaper about the need to ban the symbol of the hammer and sickle. The head of state was not embarrassed that a sickle and hammer appeared on the coat of arms of Austria since 1918, and in 1945 broken chains were added in recognition of the merits of the Red Army and its allies in restoring the country's independence.
    In an interview with Die Presse, Austria’s central press, Nicolae Timofti said, “The time has come for this law. Under this symbol of communism, hundreds of thousands suffered, they were persecuted, shot, deported. For me there is no difference between the Nazis and the Soviet system: in both millions of people died. "

    So, even though the issue of Transnistria is too tough for our authorities, it’s quite possible to change the state emblem of Austria)
  19. Alex_AS
    Alex_AS 10 January 2013 12: 59 New
    I mean, since Russia does not take active steps in relation to the PMR, it is not particularly and interesting to it. Or is it also advantageous for Russia to support the protracted confrontation in this form - smoldering.
    It is to maintain public opinion about the strategic interest in the region.
  20. radio operator
    radio operator 10 January 2013 13: 47 New
    Correctly, Merkel did. What is agreed with the GDP (not to go into the post-Soviet space), it does.
    The deal is more valuable then money.
  21. Blackwing
    Blackwing 10 January 2013 13: 57 New
    Quote: Alex_AS
    I mean, since Russia does not take active steps in relation to the PMR, it is not particularly and interesting to it. Or is it also advantageous for Russia to support the protracted confrontation in this form - smoldering.

    Russia wants to completely take the PMR together with Moldova, while this is still possible.

    Quote: Akim
    Explain. How does the price of gas affect the cost of electricity received from hydropower plants?
    - MGRES works on gas; accordingly, the cost of its products (electric energy) depends on costs.

    Quote: Flood
    The increase in electricity tariffs does not scare Moldovans.
    I agree, but those who are afraid of selling their apartments in Moldova, are buying housing in the PMR. (Demand for housing in the PMR from the neighbors has been growing for 2-3 years already).

    “But in the coming 2013 from Chisinau, news came that Moldova itself could fall under the economic cap of Tiraspol. Can this really be?” Readers may ask. The answer: in this situation, it’s quite ... "
    It is unlikely that the new government in Transdniestria has done so many things in 1 year of government that by the end of its term in the PMR there can be no economy or population.
  22. afire
    afire 10 January 2013 15: 12 New
    I think there is a place to be prepared for this "uprising", how they are being prepared and with the help of whom everyone knows. People themselves would hardly have become. Everything depends on the leadership, which people at that time trusted and who moved them
  23. _Colonel_
    _Colonel_ 10 January 2013 15: 18 New
    Moldova may be under the heel of Transnistria. At the same time, we should not forget that the European Union Romania also receives electricity from the Dniester state district power station. And this once again allows us to think about who and whom on the banks of the Dniester and the Danube can economically “force friendship”.

    This author is ridiculous. The PMR does not operate the MGRES at all, Romania is not strategically dependent on the MGRES, but a tariff increase may even become a reason for refusing its services. And then who will lose decent income?
    1. EwgenyZ
      EwgenyZ 10 January 2013 16: 37 New
      Well, duck and Europe may refuse our gas. Even while they are silent, they are buying.
  24. sanek45744
    sanek45744 10 January 2013 17: 02 New
    But what really happens with the army in Moldova, who knows!? I'm interested !!
    1. Black
      Black 10 January 2013 21: 20 New
      No need to go far, dear.
  25. gigiperfetto
    gigiperfetto 10 January 2013 17: 05 New
    Explain who can, why the territory between the Dniester and Tissa with the population speaking the same language (differences such as “one says WHAT DO YOU WANT ?, and the other, FREQUENTLY WANT?” I’m not considering that most of the historical Moldova is Romania. At the same time, the strength and soul of Orthodoxy in Romania is located in Moldavian medieval monasteries. Who will explain why there are always massive votes for left parties in this territory? Why is the Metropolitan of Moldova elected as the Patriarch, and all governments are entirely clans of Bucharest and Cluj? Why can not we become like "East Germany", but of local significance laughing which is able to influence the policy vector of this essentially agricultural state. soldier
  26. asf32wesdg
    asf32wesdg 10 January 2013 18: 34 New
    It just can't be !!! The FSB has created this database about any resident of Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries. Really was really scared
    there are a lot of interesting things about me (addresses, phone numbers, even my photos of a different nature) - I wonder where they dug up this. In general, there are good sides - this
    Information can be deleted from the site.
    I advise you to hurry, you never know how to fumble there ...
    1. olegyurjewitch
      olegyurjewitch 10 January 2013 20: 02 New
      Quote: asf32wesdg
      I advise you to hurry, you never know how to fumble there ..

      Such a combination of characters does not exist. Checked.
  27. Aeneas
    Aeneas 10 January 2013 20: 09 New
    Moldova can easily fix its energy problems by getting an electrician from the Dniester PSP under construction. Ukraine offers Moldova to receive electricity for free, in exchange for the construction of the station’s infrastructure on the Moldovan coast. Moldova periodically “puts sticks in the wheels” of this project.
  28. se-ma
    se-ma 10 January 2013 22: 21 New
    In 1990 the class and I went on a trip to Moldova. The guide said: that in the next 1991, Moldova will be annexed to Romania and they will heal very well, fun and richly. It surprised me then. In my concept then they lived well, sweets, sausages, wine, cigarettes in stores were not even on coupons.

    I basically think so now.
  29. wax
    wax 10 January 2013 23: 10 New
    As soon as the order with illegal migration to Russia to earn money is brought in, citizens from the "independent" and "freedom-loving" countries will have to go to work not in Russia but in Europe, where they don’t need them spiritually, all of these independent brains will immediately become clear that in addition to the customs union, they have no choice (except for death, of course). The conversation will be tough, capitalist. The time for persuasion is exhausted, the world situation is heating up: flies (enemies) should be separated from cutlets (friends).