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Suvorov frontier. To the opening of the Russian military school in Transnistria

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Coming 70 anniversary of the creation of the Suvorov military and Nakhimov naval schools. At a meeting of the organizing committee for the preparation of this date, Dmitry Rogozin made a very interesting proposal - to create a Suvorov School in Transnistria. And the meeting participants called for a detailed discussion of this possibility.


And indeed, in Transnistria, much is connected with the name of Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov. In fact, the great Russian commander and Russian soldiers can be considered the founders of Transnistria. After the capture of Ishmael, Transnistria became the southwestern border of the Russian Empire. The Dniester Line, a series of fortresses erected at the end of the 18th century, almost coincides with the borders of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR). The city of Tiraspol appeared as a fortress Sredinnaya, founded by order of Suvorov. Tiraspol is decorated with an equestrian monument to Suvorov with a hand raised to the sky - this is a symbol of Transnistria. And at the same time - a symbol of glory and power of the Russian Empire. Here once a Russian soldier stood at the intersection of Turkish and European interests. And here, under Catherine the Great, we asserted the frontiers of our empire.

The empire has had different times since then. It either expanded, it was on the verge of collapse, it came back in even greater power, then it fell apart again. But Suvorov abroad remained in place and, just as before, is faithful to his great country. By the way, since “the times of Ochakovsk and the conquest of the Crimea” in the Black Sea region, little has changed. There, as before, the interests of the West and Turkey are attacking the interests of Russia. And the Dniester line, built by Suvorov, is still like a bone in the throat of those who dream of our lands to bend under themselves, to include in their empires, to make their colonies. Even being in isolation, Transdniestria still marks the borders of the Russian empire and asserts its interests at the intersection of foreign interests. Suvorov frontier is waiting for the resurgent empire to return again.

Well, the appearance of the Suvorov Military School in Transnistria would be symbolic. This step would clearly show that Russia has not forgotten about its far enclave and will not leave its borders. We have already given up too much and too often gave up our interests and our territory. It's time to go back. In Transnistria, there are 170 thousands of our fellow citizens who do not suffer from a lack of patriotism and a desire to protect their land. These are our citizens and our land. And young residents of the PMR have the full legal right to study at the Suvorov Military School and become officers of the Russian Armed Forces. If the school is on the territory of the PMR, they simply will not have to go far from home for this. Yes, and then they can serve on their Suvorovsky turn.

Today, we did not even recognize the PMR as an independent state. Not to mention the reunion with our historical territory inhabited by our fellow citizens who themselves want reunion. Interfere with international organizations (such as the OSCE and observers from the US and the EU). They seem to be involved in resolving the conflict. But in fact, they prevent Russia from returning to the territories seized from it. That is, those who resist the strengthening of Russia have the opportunity to participate in the decision-making process on the fate of Transnistria. Such is international law and international obligations. They are interpreted by the strong countries freely, the weak obey the interpretation of the strong. That is life.

Suppose, for the time being, it is not expedient for us to openly conflict with international “regulators” of all kinds of conflicts. But it is also impossible to give up your frontiers to "partners". How to be?

It is necessary to change the situation in their favor gradually. Help your remote enclave. It is necessary to prepare “settlement partners” to ensure that sooner or later Transnistria will become part of Russia. It is impossible to let the reunification case go by itself - others will not be idle. It is necessary to strengthen its presence in the PMR. Not necessarily military. Here is the Suvorov Military School - this is an educational institution. Residents of Transnistrian Moldavian Republic can not only get a good education, but also find a job in their specialty. This is a real humanitarian assistance to the post-conflict region!

Of course, we need other humanitarian programs. The economic, cultural and political presence of Russia in Transnistria is necessary. Since November last year, the autonomous non-profit organization "Eurasian Integration" has been operating. It was created for the development and implementation of the program of material assistance for PMR - the construction, repair and equipment of kindergartens, schools, other educational institutions and the health care system. These are administrative functions. But nothing contradicts international law - pure charity, which is formally not the same as the allocation of funds to a subsidized region. If Western countries have long been practicing such “charity” and “development of democracy” all over the world - why can't we?

Since June 10, the law on the state border is in effect in the Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic. It fixes the territory covered by the state sovereignty of the PMR. This document was adopted by the PMR without agreement with the negotiating partners in the “5 + 2” format (international “traffic controllers”), but hardly without agreement with Russia. Of course, Chisinau does not recognize the sovereign status of Transnistria, as well as the “international community”. Well, it is not necessary. Transnistria has been an independent state for more than 20 for years, recognize it or not. Take it by force once did not work. Doomed to failure and a new attempt. Moscow can at any time declare Transnistria an independent territory and come to its aid by analogy with an attempt to seize South Ossetia. And limited access to the Transnistrian territory here will not be a principal obstacle, but only an additional complexity that will require appropriate steps to accomplish the task.
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  1. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 20 August 2013 11: 14 New
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    "Well, the appearance of the Suvorov military school in Transnistria would be symbolic. This step would clearly show that Russia has not forgotten about its distant enclave and will not leave its borders. We have already given too much and too often conceded our interests and ours. It's time to return. 170 thousand of our fellow citizens live in Transnistria, who do not lack patriotism and the desire to defend their land. These are our citizens and our land. " - the article is a plus, at least in this way we will help Transnistria. Our citizens cannot be left to their own devices.
  2. shpuntik
    shpuntik 20 August 2013 11: 21 New
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    The Suvorov line is waiting for the resurgent empire to return again.

    I think that if they could not crush Transnistria when Russia was weakened, now it’s already a shame. But when we get stronger, then Romania will shut up completely.
    1. Su24
      Su24 20 August 2013 15: 39 New
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      But what about Romania, the United States the main thing is to shut up.
      1. sir.jonn
        sir.jonn 20 August 2013 18: 16 New
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        Quote: Su24
        But what about Romania, the United States the main thing is to shut up.

        Throughout recent history, the United States has ignored the benefits and has discredited the importance of Russia in the world, and especially in the post-Soviet space.
        Today, unfortunately, nothing has changed and that is why it is the duty and honor of every Russian to respect such actions, not paying attention to the next attempts to denigrate them even by means of various international organizations.
  3. valokordin
    valokordin 20 August 2013 12: 00 New
    +1
    All Transnistrians have Russian citizenship and declare independence from Romania and complete independence. Glory to Suvorov.
    1. Su24
      Su24 20 August 2013 15: 40 New
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      From whom is independence ?? Maybe from Moldova?
  4. Flooding
    Flooding 20 August 2013 12: 16 New
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    Quote: article
    At a meeting of the organizing committee to prepare for the celebration of this date, Dmitry Rogozin made a very interesting proposal - to create the Suvorov School in Transnistria. And the participants in the meeting called for a detailed discussion of such an opportunity.

    I would be with both hands for! But let's look at it soberly, without euphoria.
    But my opinion is either a duck of the Romanian troll or one of Rogozin's most unfortunate thoughts.
    It is difficult to overestimate the wave of indignation that such a step would cause in Chisinau and Bucharest.
    Of course, all European democratic-tolerant-anti-totalitarian structures will join.
    What will Russia get in the end? Is it necessary to begin our political, economic, military influence in the region with this?
    Yes, Rogozin will simply put a trump card in the hands of the Romanians to strengthen anti-Russian propaganda.
    And I very much doubt that the Russian Federation has any legal grounds for opening the Suvorov school in the PMR. The foundation, for example, of the Moldovan-Russian military educational institution can and should be discussed. But the Suvorov school, in spite of all our Wishlist, is an untimely and even harmful step.
    1. Su24
      Su24 20 August 2013 15: 43 New
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      Quote: Flood
      It is difficult to overestimate the wave of indignation that such a step would cause in Chisinau and Bucharest.


      It will be difficult to overestimate it if we officially recognize the PMR. And just an educational institution, what problems?)
      1. Flooding
        Flooding 20 August 2013 18: 19 New
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        Quote: Su24
        And just an educational institution, what problems?)

        Suvorov school? under whose patronage? Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation?
  5. Jackyun
    Jackyun 20 August 2013 12: 59 New
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    The creation of an IED in Tiraspol is a de facto recognition of the PMR. And this is geopolitics. Very, very big politics. The article correctly says about the junction at this point of many interests. SVU is a branch of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, a state institution. What's next? Entering troops? Introduction of the Constitution of the Russian Federation? Can you imagine what kind of howl will rise? Blue, "true" democracy together with the greedy Magyars will sprinkle everything with saliva. Russia is not yet fully prepared for such a step in the western direction. Otherwise, the PMR would have already been a subject of the Russian Federation (all the more since they do not mind). Rogozin's words are a test for lice, intelligence and nothing more. Because it's still too early. There is no need to rush to clap your hands and drown in hurray-patriotism.
    1. Russ69
      Russ69 20 August 2013 13: 07 New
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      Quote: Jackyun
      What's next? The entry of troops? Entering the Constitution of the Russian Federation? Can you imagine what howl will rise?

      There, and so the constitution is practically Russian, the currency too. And with the opening of the school, the reaction was clearly calculated.
      1. Flooding
        Flooding 20 August 2013 13: 36 New
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        Quote: Russ69
        There, and so the constitution is practically Russian, the currency too. And with the opening of the school, the reaction was clearly calculated.

        To resolve the issue of Transnistria in this way is to lose all influence in Moldova.
        I dare to assure you, in response, the Romanian military universities will open in Chisinau.
        1. ultra
          ultra 21 August 2013 00: 11 New
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          Quote: Flood
          in response, Chisinau will open Romanian military universities.

          Well ??? Romanians are still those warriors!
          1. Flooding
            Flooding 21 August 2013 11: 53 New
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            Quote: ultra
            Romanians are still those warriors!

            Is the question worth it?
            The question is different: what will Russia gain and what will it lose.
            Is the Suvorov school a way to increase the defense capability of the PMR?
            Of course not. This is a matter of influence.
            Only from this angle is it worth considering the assumptions I wrote about.
    2. agbykov
      agbykov 20 August 2013 14: 09 New
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      Why send troops? There and so, as part of the peacekeeping forces, the Operational Group of Russian Forces in the Transnistrian Region (OGRV) is deployed - http://russkie.org/index.php?module=fullitem&id=30027. Especially vehemently advocate the withdrawal of Russian OSCE troops (http://newsland.com/news/detail/id/736844/) and the US Congress (http://pan.md/news/Kongress-SShA-vistupaet-za-vivod- rossiyskih-voysk-iz-pridnes

      troviya / 40079). We must not deduce ...
    3. Su24
      Su24 20 August 2013 15: 49 New
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      Well, first of all, what does the Magyars have to do with it?) Secondly, let's see what howl will rise. "Howl" is not a reason to give up anything at all, you do not think that the West will ever approve and welcome the expansion of Russia's influence.
      1. Flooding
        Flooding 20 August 2013 17: 22 New
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        Quote: Su24
        The West will approve and welcome the expansion of Russia's influence.

        Influence begins with politics and economics.
        Transdniestria's billions of gas debts - is it an expansion of influence?
  6. Max otto
    Max otto 20 August 2013 14: 14 New
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    Quote: Jackyun
    The creation of IEDs in Tiraspol is a de facto recognition of the PMR. And this is geopolitics. Very, very big politics.

    But to recognize the PMR is already necessary. There, in fact, everything is complicated with the PMR, they don’t want to become Romanians, and not only Russians are not Romanians, there are many Moldovans there. My relatives are in Bender and Chisinau.
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 20 August 2013 14: 52 New
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      Quote: Max Otto
      But to recognize the PMR is already necessary.

      Half measures have never brought to good. The restoration of the empire, the only way out, both for the center and for the outskirts.
      1. Max otto
        Max otto 20 August 2013 17: 59 New
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        The Russian Empire will no longer be, drop it already. I live in Belarus, I am not a Belarusian, but even I am against regions becoming part of Russia. I have already written many times that if we are together, it will be only USSR 2.0, but not Russian Empire 2.0. I think you understood my thought.
        And the recognition of the PMR is the first stage, then they will have to help themselves decide where to join, whether in Russia, Ukraine or Romania, and Moldova will soon cease to exist, they have already decided. There, everyone has two passports without exception, only one of them has a PMR, and others have a Romanian passport.
        1. matross
          matross 20 August 2013 21: 25 New
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          Quote: Max Otto
          I am against joining the regions of Russia.

          And if not by regions, but by a union republic? As in the USSR! Then "for"?

          Quote: Max Otto
          it will be only the USSR 2.0, but not the Russian Empire 2.0. I think you understood my thought.

          Could you clarify yet? What do you see bad in the project of the USSR 2.0?
          1. Max otto
            Max otto 20 August 2013 22: 26 New
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            It was USSR 2.0 that suits me, the ideal option, because I wrote it that way. Our united country is not the Russian Empire. It should be the Union of Republics, similar to the USSR. Nobody will go to the Russian Empire, but they will go to the Union. Due to the fact that it is impossible to identify my nationality (and there are a lot of such people) for me, the Motherland is still the USSR, but not the Russian Empire.
  7. saag
    saag 20 August 2013 14: 44 New
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    This is stupidity, and big, why should children be mixed up in politics, the PMR does not border the Russian Federation, and in which case these very children will become a bargaining chip in the games of politicians
  8. agbykov
    agbykov 20 August 2013 14: 44 New
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    De facto PMR has long been recognized. Do not be afraid of spraying someone's saliva.
  9. Vtel
    Vtel 20 August 2013 14: 57 New
    +1
    Nice thing, I think sho Alexander Vasilyevich ento approve.
  10. VkadimirEfimov1942
    VkadimirEfimov1942 20 August 2013 15: 12 New
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    It's time to recognize the PMR as an independent state. NATO has long come to the former territory of the USSR and intends to move further. And the independence of Pridnestrovie will be accepted as a fact, though they will spoil our nerves, but not all of them can. They are still "splashing saliva", so in the end it will be the same. By the way, Moldova already has an agreement with Romania on military assistance, so the fate of Transnistria's independence is in question.
  11. saag
    saag 20 August 2013 16: 24 New
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    Quote: VkadimirEfimov1942
    By the way, Moldova already has an agreement with Romania on military assistance, so the fate of the independence of Transnistria is in question.

    Well, as far as I understand Romania is a NATO member, if one day Moldova agrees to unite with Romania, then there will be a border with NATO on the Dniester. Moreover, Ukraine now also has a certain drift in that direction, and blocks deliveries as in the case with helicopters. It would be extremely adventurous to do something apart from the support and supply bases, and in general it doesn’t climb into any gates to hide behind children
    1. poquello
      poquello 21 August 2013 01: 30 New
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      Quote: saag
      Quote: VkadimirEfimov1942
      By the way, Moldova already has an agreement with Romania on military assistance, so the fate of the independence of Transnistria is in question.

      Well, as far as I understand Romania is a NATO member, if in one

      This is the problem of Romania and NATO, in the event of an attempt to absorb Moldova.
  12. individual
    individual 20 August 2013 16: 26 New
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    Quote:
    "There, as before, the interests of the West and Turkey are attacking the interests of Russia. And the Dniester line, built by Suvorov, is still like a bone in the throat of those who dream of crushing our lands under themselves, including them in their empires, making them their colonies."

    In the Ottoman Empire, there was a rule to create warriors from conquered peoples. The warriors were called Janissaries, they were often made from Slavic boys, who were taken away from their parents by Turks in childhood, circumcised and brought up scumbags from them!
    During his campaigns in Bessarabia (Moldova, Transnistria, the present territory of Gagauzia) A. Suvorov also did not differ in tolerance, when the Russian troops entered the villages the first question was: "In what God do you believe?" If the Mohammedans, then the whole village was destroyed. Thus, with fire and sword, the Turks converted the conquered peoples to Islam, and Russia to the Orthodox faith. Therefore, 250 thousand latent Turks - Gagauz were converted to Orthodoxy, which they profess to the present day.
    As we see from the quote, the confrontation between Turkey and Russia continues and is actively used by Western ideologists.
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 20 August 2013 17: 29 New
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      Quote: individ
      During his campaigns in Bessarabia (Moldova, Transnistria, the present territory of Gagauzia) A. Suvorov also did not differ in tolerance, when the Russian troops entered the villages the first question was: "In what God do you believe?" If the Mohammedans, then the whole village was destroyed

      Can I clarify which sources you use?
      1. individual
        individual 20 August 2013 18: 56 New
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        There were records somewhere ...
        Not found.
        It turns out "bent" - I admit.
    2. Max otto
      Max otto 20 August 2013 17: 45 New
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      Quote: individ

      During his campaigns in Bessarabia (Moldova, Transnistria, the present territory of Gagauzia) A. Suvorov also did not differ in tolerance, when the Russian troops entered the villages the first question was: "In what God do you believe?" If the Mohammedans, then the whole village was destroyed. Thus, with fire and sword, the Turks converted the conquered peoples to Islam, and Russia to the Orthodox faith. Therefore, 250 thousand latent Turks - Gagauz were converted to Orthodoxy, which they profess to the present day.

      Yes, something does not believe me in this, the Russians have never exterminated anyone because of faith. If they did so, then neither Tatars nor Poles would be drilled, for example, already existed. On the contrary, the Russians have always preserved the people and folk traditions of those who were annexed. All conquered peoples were considered equal to themselves, and this is what distinguishes us from Western genocide civilization. All the peoples who existed on the land of the Russian Empire exist to this day, and they do not live badly, and many gained statehood later. This is proved to us by the whole story; it is a fact that does not require proof.
      1. tanit
        tanit 20 August 2013 17: 59 New
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        It’s easy to say that Russia has been Orthodox since such a year, because Prince Vladimir of Kiev was baptized and spread the new faith throughout his land, writes “One Gagauzia”. But the Gagauz began to accept Orthodoxy before Russia, and completed it later, the newspaper notes. The Bulgarians became Orthodox around 864-866, and the Gagauz people could celebrate with them, the newspaper writes. Then now the Gagauzians should have celebrated at least the 1141st anniversary of Christianity among the Gagauz.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding 20 August 2013 18: 22 New
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          Quote: tanit
          But the Gagauz began to accept Orthodoxy before Russia, and completed it later, the newspaper notes. The Bulgarians became Orthodox around 864-866, and the Gagauz people could celebrate with them, the newspaper writes. Then now the Gagauzians should have celebrated at least the 1141st anniversary of Christianity among the Gagauz.

          Well, that's all, to put it mildly, theoretical calculations.
          Reliable information neither about the origin of the Gagauz, nor about their baptism is yet to be found.
          1. tanit
            tanit 20 August 2013 18: 32 New
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            As well as the atrocities of A.V. Suvorov.
            1. Flooding
              Flooding 20 August 2013 18: 38 New
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              Quote: tanit
              As well as the atrocities of A.V. Suvorov.

              There is no need to talk about this seriously. Unconfirmed disinformation. There’s nothing to talk about.
              1. tanit
                tanit 20 August 2013 18: 48 New
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                Quote: Flood
                There is no need to talk about this seriously. Unconfirmed disinformation. There’s nothing to talk about.

                Your truth. hi But after all, with a probability of 99 percent, someone will prove "Suvorov's atrocities", moreover, with references to "respected by someone" sources (moreover, even in the time of Alexander Vasilyevich, posted on Wikipedia).
  13. biglow
    biglow 20 August 2013 18: 34 New
    +2
    the next such school should be opened in Sevastopol, we guarantee occupancy ...
  14. Nrsimha42
    Nrsimha42 20 August 2013 20: 03 New
    +1
    The idea is wonderful!
  15. NURLAT
    NURLAT 20 August 2013 20: 10 New
    +1
    Let them create, only they do not steal a lot on this matter!
  16. waisson
    waisson 20 August 2013 22: 10 New
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    so to the topic of schools
    Nakhimov’s students celebrate the school’s day on August 21
    The Nakhimov Naval School was founded in 1943 by a resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR of August 21, 1943 for the education and training of the sons of soldiers who died in the Great Patriotic War.

    The Nakhimov Naval School was founded in 1943 by a resolution of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR of August 21, 1943 for the education and training of the sons of soldiers who died in the Great Patriotic War. Initially, it was only about the opening of the Tbilisi Nakhimov Naval School. But subsequently, the Leningrad and Riga Nakhimov schools were opened.

    In 1953, the Riga School ceased to exist, and in 1955 - Tbilisi. The only acting Nakhimov school in the USSR was the Leningrad Nakhimov school.

    Until 2009, only males were admitted to the school, who studied English at the school as a foreign language. But in 2009, in connection with a change in the rules for recruitment, the school began to recruit women.
  17. fklj
    fklj 21 August 2013 02: 33 New
    +1
    It is high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria or to include it in the Russian Federation (as they decide there on the spot).
    Modern history does not know such an open, demonstrative jumping of the Moldovan authorities into a bunk to a neighboring state. Once they join Romania, their business. But let it be done without Transnistria.
  18. kkenkkk
    kkenkkk 21 August 2013 09: 17 New
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    people yesterday found a service for checking fines in the traffic police by the state number of the car, otherwise I had a bit more fines than I thought. By the way, there they can be appealed, I was canceled two fines :). You can check your fines yourself, here is the site - http://redir.ec/mvdbaz