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Transnistria with the Russian tricolor?

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Recently, the theme of state flags has been vigorously debated on the territory of Moldova and the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. The fact is that news from Tiraspol came about the desire of the authorities of the republic, in addition to the national banner, to use a flag called the flag of national unity. Among the co-authors of the new version of the flag of Transnistria, according to some sources, is the president of the unrecognized state Yevgeny Shevchuk, as well as deputies of the Supreme Council, including Andrei Sipchenko.


The flag of the national unity of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika, as the authors of the idea of ​​its creation and approval inform, will be used on a par with the state one. The national flag of Transnistria is a rectangular red cloth, in the middle of the rectangle there is a green stripe (the full length of the flag). In the upper left corner of the flag are the sickle and the hammer, above which is a five-pointed star. This flag, approved in Tiraspol in September 1991, became a copy of the flag of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic.

The flag of national unity, which may appear in the country after the adoption of an appropriate decision of the Supreme Council of the TMR, according to the authors of the idea, will symbolize the quote:

consolidation of the people of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic in the name of consolidation with the Russian Federation.


As a basis for the new cloth, it is proposed to choose the Russian flag (in the same colors and proportions), and in its upper part a symbol will be added, which will be chosen according to the results of the contest held by the Heraldic Council under the President of Transnistria.

Transnistria with the Russian tricolor?


The Supreme Council of Transnistria publishes information called “Together with Russia”, in which Andrei Sipchenko (the author of the draft law) speaks of a new flag as an expression of the desire of supporters of Transnistrian residents for unity and territorial accession to the Russian Federation. At the same time, the authors of the draft law on the flag of national unity refer to the results of the referendum, which were held in the MRT in 2006 year. Then the inhabitants of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika answered two questions presented in the bulletins.

1 Question: Do you support the policy of independence of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic and the subsequent free accession of Pridnestrovie to the Russian Federation?

2 Question: Do you consider it possible to renounce the independence of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika with the subsequent entry into the Republic of Moldova?

The results are as follows: 97,1% answered “yes” to the first question, 3,4% answered “yes” to the second question. Turnout at that referendum was over 78,5%.

It should be noted that Russia recognized the legitimate referendum and its results, but, for example, Ukraine and Moldova didn’t recognize the legitimacy of the plebiscite, which, by the way, was easily predicted.

It is noteworthy that the idea of ​​using the colors of the Russian state flag as an object of state symbolism is not new in Transnistria. More than four years ago (in May 2009 of the year), the Renewal party (the ruling party in Transdnistrian Moldavian Republic) and a number of public organizations had already submitted a bill to parliament. Then the adoption of the law did not take place. According to unconfirmed information, in 2009, the leadership of Russia, without much enthusiasm, took this initiative from Tiraspol. Then we restarted with the American "partners" ...

The information that Transnistria is going to use variations on the theme of the Russian state flag as state symbols has once again provoked a strong reaction in Chisinau. Moldovan politicians say that the idea of ​​Tiraspol is the idea of ​​separatism and exacerbation of the situation on the banks of the Dniester. Naturally, there are quite a few Moldovan politicians who say that Tiraspol is pushing Russia to accept the “flag of national unity”. True, for some reason these people do not say that quite recently the Chisinau mayor Dorin Chirtoaca expressed the idea to remove the coat of arms from the central strip of the Moldovan national flag, which would make it an exact copy of the Romanian flag. This idea in certain political circles of Moldova, by the way, is still under discussion ...

If we talk about variations of various flags, and variations similar to the flag of Russia, the flag of the national unity of Transdniestria may not be the only one (talking, of course, about its appearance) of a kind. There are many countries on the planet that use the same arrangement of colored stripes on their national flag with additions in the form of coats of arms. For example, Slovakia and Slovenia. The flag of Serbia is a reflection of the Russian tricolor (also with a coat of arms). And there is also an unrecognized state on the planet, the flag of which in general is an exact copy of the national flag of the Russian Federation (in its version of the beginning of 90): the unrecognized state of Azania (officially the state of the African state of Somalia). There are enough variations of the flags of other states. Although the initiative of Transnistria is still a completely different matter, which has nothing to do with the usual coincidence of color stripes on the flag ... Here the idea is of a completely different nature, and one of the authors of its idea, as they say, explained it popularly.

If the bill is adopted, and the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika will have a flag “with a Russian slant” and even equivalent to the state one, this will obviously add pepper to the relations of Tiraspol and Chisinau, which (Chisinau, of course) does not intend to consider the PMR. Interesting in this regard is the position of the Russian authorities, because simply to keep silent here is unlikely to succeed.

In an express interview with the Military Review publication, the head of the Transdniestrian Foreign Ministry Nina Shtanski said that she supported the initiative to create a flag of national unity:
I support! And I know that the initiative is supported by broad public circles. A.Sipchenko already put forward her during the presidency of Smirnov, at the same time there was also an initiative to introduce ross.rulya, for which there was a negative opinion of the President
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  1. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 17 October 2013 09: 42
    36
    It’s high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria and close this topic forever!
    1. Mitek
      Mitek 17 October 2013 09: 56
      +9
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      It’s high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria and close this topic forever!

      No direct message. This is only if the Ukrainians brothers are succumbing to the EU and they will send their youngster to Yulia, then it is possible)
      1. poquello
        poquello 17 October 2013 22: 16
        +2
        Quote: Mitek
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        It’s high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria and close this topic forever!

        No direct message. This is only if the Ukrainians brothers are succumbing to the EU and they will send their youngster to Yulia, then it is possible)

        Good question - why haven’t we reached direct communication yet? I do not mean to chop off a piece of Ukraine, but to achieve unlimited transit under the contract.
      2. Alexander Petrovich
        Alexander Petrovich 17 October 2013 22: 46
        0
        Having recognized the independence of Transdniestria, Russia will substitute the Russian-speaking population in Moldova, where there are many of them. The Moldovan authorities are already Russophobic, and here, in general, mud will pour in our direction, up to the point that Moldova will become the second Baltic.
    2. Orik
      Orik 17 October 2013 11: 51
      +4
      Yes, why bred bagpipes with "independence" and a tricolor with a small flag, we must immediately take Transnistria.
      1. The comment was deleted.
    3. edge
      edge 17 October 2013 12: 37
      +6
      recognizing the PMR, we lose the opportunity to return all of Moldova ........ over time. If we recognize, an enclave is formed surrounded by enemies and completely blocked
    4. PValery53
      PValery53 17 October 2013 18: 32
      +1
      "It is high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria" and accept it into Russia !. What's incomprehensible ?! - In general, there are no words!
    5. Dmitry_24rus
      Dmitry_24rus 17 October 2013 19: 26
      +7
      Replica. Do you know how much the recognition and subsequent maintenance of such republics cost? These are the budgets of your region for 100 years. WHAT TO DO WITH THIS? Billions of money are officially deducted for the maintenance of independence on the example of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
      And this despite the fact that in Russia there are no good roads, kindergartens, modern hospitals, etc.

      I was in Abkhazia this year. Few people work in the real sector. They do not work in the summer heat. They love Russia. Norm, if the head of a family of women takes to the bazaar and drink wine at home, although he is listed in the local Ministry of Emergencies and only calls to work. And most importantly, they think that in Russia they are as hard workers as they are. For 20 years, the station has not been repaired, so apparently more pitiful.
    6. Anat1974
      Anat1974 17 October 2013 20: 30
      0
      Perhaps I agree with the opinion of Alexander. It's time to close the topic.
  2. Sergeant
    Sergeant 17 October 2013 09: 45
    +5
    Transnistria with the Russian tricolor?


    Why not?
    I think Russia will not refuse to "stake out" in this region ..
    And, I hope, it will be easier for enemies to "feed" Transnistria than "Caucasians".
    Of course, one can assume that the population of Transnistria may "somewhat" increase after ... all "associations" of neighboring republics ...
    Only it is necessary to solve it faster ... (IMHO).
  3. Strezhevchanin
    Strezhevchanin 17 October 2013 09: 49
    10
    97,1% answered yes to the first question.....Q.E.D!
    And the trident needs to be changed, the atom is not symmetrical somehow it turns out wink
  4. klip07
    klip07 17 October 2013 10: 12
    +9
    for the recognition of Transnistria can Odessa region, Crimea and the eastern regions of Ukraine go the same way ....? I feel sorry for the Slav brothers with their inadequate leadership, which crawls on its knees into slavery of Europe ... our strength is in unity!
  5. Klim podkova
    Klim podkova 17 October 2013 10: 21
    17
    If only the 1 meter of the common border with Russia were there, the issue would be resolved in 2008 at the same time as South Ossetia and Abkhazia. But this meter is not. Ukraine closes the border - how many PMR stand? Month? A week? Day? While Ukraine is squinting to the west with one eye, the question will still hang (or stand — as you like). In reality, the PMR is a ready-made subject of the Russian Federation and is ready to join Russia on any rights: province / region / district.
    1. PValery53
      PValery53 17 October 2013 18: 40
      +1
      On the conditions dictated by Russia, "cut through" the corridor from the Black Sea to the PMR and the rest of the problems will disappear by themselves! - The main thing is not to chew the salt ...
  6. RBLip
    RBLip 17 October 2013 10: 22
    +1
    Quote: klip07
    I feel sorry for the Slav brothers with their inadequate leadership, which crawls on its knees into slavery of Europe ...

    you feel sorry for them? and who then chose this manual? who wanders through the streets with Nazi banners? are all the leaders going to gather? every nation receives the government that it deserves. and Transnistria is high time to accept in the Russian Federation, just want.
    1. klip07
      klip07 17 October 2013 10: 40
      +3
      I agree, but they don’t go with banners all over Ukraine ... these are exactly what needs to be rafted to the west
  7. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 17 October 2013 10: 28
    12
    Transnistria has proved its viability, so it’s not clear, it is pulled with the recognition of independence and then used as a bridgehead to restore state integrity.
    And we had a real opportunity to cut off the North-East of Estonia, where the overwhelming population is non-Estonians, where there was a powerful mining and processing industry and 2 largest power plants.
    Ebn sold us, removed the troops, etc ...
  8. GDP
    GDP 17 October 2013 10: 33
    +1
    It is correctly said that Transnistria does not have a common border with the Russian Federation, nor has access to the sea like in the Kaliningrad region, although it is very close. Unfortunately, Russia is not able to help Transnistria without the permission of Ukraine. Only the rapprochement between Russia and Ukraine could change the situation and provide our brothers from Transnistria if not entering the Russian Federation (this is unlikely, Ukraine will not allow), then at least not dependence ...
  9. Ddhal
    Ddhal 17 October 2013 10: 35
    0
    Welcome friends!
  10. RBLip
    RBLip 17 October 2013 10: 59
    -1
    I wonder who is my post about the "brothers" of the Slavs minusanul (I would like to hear the arguments). Poles seem to be Slavs too, but for some reason no one records them as brothers. people! open your eyes! it is the majority of the people who do not want rapprochement with Russia in Ukraine. you need to understand that a generation has grown up, to which from an early age they were broadcasting about the Holodomors, the struggle of the "best" Ukrainians against the maskals, the constant weaning of fat, robbery with gas prices, etc. etc. the overwhelming majority of young people there do not see an alliance with Russia for themselves. but they really want to go to geyrop, there are rivers of milk with jelly banks ...
    1. klip07
      klip07 17 October 2013 11: 15
      +3
      I didn’t minus, but your approach to this topic is very surprising! can now put a fence along the 4-meter border and fence itself off from them? I see you have the same mood for Ukrainians as their youth for us. and so there are divisions of fraternal peoples. and the Poles have never been in alliance with us (the Warsaw Pact does not count) ... and a huge number of Russians and Ukrainians have relatives both on one side and the other. such moods will not lead to anything good !!!
      1. RBLip
        RBLip 17 October 2013 12: 15
        -1
        Yes, I have a normal attitude towards them. I have no relatives in Ukraine. I understand only one thing. I would like their east to Russia - we would long ago have been through a referendum. and even their approaches are very reminiscent of a young girl in relation to parents - I will fuck with anyone I want, I’m already an adult, but give me money, because I’m too small to work. it took their consumption. won wants PMR to Russia - 97 percent FOR. this is the approach.
        1. klip07
          klip07 17 October 2013 13: 32
          +1
          these are the words of a person who simply does not understand anything on a global scale ... wanting and being able are 2 different things. Russia at the moment is simply not ready to get 2nd Kaliningrad (although there is still access to it by sea) - not financially or politically, we have not yet risen from our knees to this level. and stories about youngsters are the lot of gopota with seeds on a bench. not everything is as simple as it seems !!! the main thing is not to forget that we are BROTHER nations (and not the hats that you equate with the Slavs) !!! study history, especially the year 1612 and you will be happy with the Poles ....
          1. RBLip
            RBLip 17 October 2013 14: 57
            0
            kaneshna. I don’t understand anything. and I don’t understand about youngsters (have you heard the word analogy?), And about what they say to people “welcome” and they turn their backs and say
            we wish for geyropu. and when they are told - you will regret, you are much more dependent on us than on anyone, they answer yes, what for. and about BROTHER (just like that in capital letters) it can be, purely historically. but at this stage, no. we do not have brothers there, but there is a territory inhabited by a poor, embittered people with brainwashed for which the word RUSSIAN causes only fury. something like this. you I look at this resource recently. Do not be lazy, look at topics affecting Russia and Ukraine. can then your eyes open. in people with a yellow-blue flag, very smart and adequate in other topics, as if the bar falls. You will learn about all the obvious and imaginary sins of Russia before Ukraine from the Stone Age to the present. and you say brothers. na.er is such a relative, I'd rather be an orphan. and further. about the Poles. watch wikipedia: Currently, the Slavs are settled in the vast territory of Southern and Eastern Europe and further east - right up to the Far East of Russia. The Slavic minority is also present in the states of Western Europe, America, Transcaucasia and Central Asia. The total number of Slavs is 300-350 million people. There are Western Slavs (Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Kashubians and Luschians), Southern Slavs (Bulgarians, Serbs, Croats, Bosnians, Macedonians, Slovenes, Montenegrins) and Eastern Slavs (Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians). just an example of the Poles is indicative. ho.ly in orderly rows moving in the same direction.
    2. poquello
      poquello 17 October 2013 22: 38
      +1
      Quote: RBLip
      I wonder who is my post about the "brothers" of the Slavs minusanul (I would like to hear the arguments). Poles seem to be Slavs too, but for some reason no one records them as brothers. people! open your eyes! it is the majority of the people who do not want rapprochement with Russia in Ukraine. you need to understand that a generation has grown up, to which from an early age they were broadcasting about the Holodomors, the struggle of the "best" Ukrainians against the maskals, the constant weaning of fat, robbery with gas prices, etc. etc. the overwhelming majority of young people there do not see an alliance with Russia for themselves. but they really want to go to geyrop, there are rivers of milk with jelly banks ...

      There is not my minus, but here you deserve it.
      The majority themselves thought? Where is the referendum? Power there and businessmen are much worse and shameless than ours - that’s shit all over the country and it stinks.
  11. Essenger
    Essenger 17 October 2013 11: 07
    -3
    Moldova to join Romania, Transnistria to Russia or Ukraine. Close this topic hi
    1. 6 sunrise 9
      6 sunrise 9 17 October 2013 11: 44
      +2
      belay wassat fool negative

      Let's goodbye am
      1. Essenger
        Essenger 17 October 2013 14: 13
        +3
        Quote: 6Sunrise9
        belay wassat fool negative

        Let's goodbye am


        Again, something is wrong written ?! Do you want all of Moldova? laughing
        1. Siberian
          Siberian 17 October 2013 15: 55
          +2
          No, it is necessary that Moldova itself wants to, otherwise they will say again that we are invaders and occupiers. bully
          1. Essenger
            Essenger 17 October 2013 16: 56
            +1
            Quote: Siberian
            No, it’s necessary that Moldova itself wants to,

            Do you have enough land? laughing
            1. Ruslan_F38
              Ruslan_F38 17 October 2013 17: 25
              +4
              Quote: Essenger
              Do you have enough land?


              Of course not enough, we miss the illegally torn away. You hope not against it? hi
              1. Essenger
                Essenger 17 October 2013 17: 43
                +3
                Quote: Ruslan_F38
                You hope not against it?

                If we are talking about Kazakhstan, of course it is against.
                1. Ruslan_F38
                  Ruslan_F38 17 October 2013 17: 54
                  +1
                  Quote: Essenger
                  If we are talking about Kazakhstan, of course it is against.


                  We miss Kazakhstan first. You don’t really believe in Russia at all, you’re probably very disappointed, remember Tyutchev’s poem:
                  Mind does not understand Russia,
                  No yardstick to measure:
                  She has a special become -
                  You can only believe in Russia.
                  Do you think everything will always be fine with you? Or the overseas represented by NATO will help you - I doubt it very much.
                  We will see. As if they themselves were not asked back. Everything, as they say, has its time. hi
                  1. Essenger
                    Essenger 17 October 2013 18: 24
                    +4
                    Ruslan

                    Quote: Ruslan_F38
                    You don’t believe in Russia at all, you’re probably very disappointed,

                    Nothing personal) But the local users also contributed to it))) If I'm not mistaken, the former military are sitting here.

                    Quote: Ruslan_F38
                    Do you think everything will always be fine with you?

                    Even now we don’t really shout, it’s just that Nazarbayev is well-publicized on the Russian media

                    Quote: Ruslan_F38
                    Or the overseas represented by NATO will help you - I doubt it very much.

                    Why oppose the West to Russia? or vice versa

                    Quote: Ruslan_F38
                    We will see. No matter how you ask yourself back

                    Wait and see! Yours faithfully
        2. Ruslan_F38
          Ruslan_F38 17 October 2013 17: 28
          0
          Quote: Essenger
          Again, something is wrong written ?! Do you want all of Moldova?

          We want to. God willing, both Moldova and Ukraine and all the other lost ones will return - everyone has the right to a mistake and a chance to correct it. smile
    2. poquello
      poquello 17 October 2013 22: 45
      +1
      Quote: Essenger
      Moldova to join Romania, Transnistria to Russia or Ukraine. Close this topic hi

      Moldova to join Romania, Romania to Transnistria. Swellable cover.
  12. major071
    major071 17 October 2013 11: 07
    +6
    Transdniestria is a ready-made subject of the Russian Federation and is ready to join the composition of Russia on any rights: province / region / district.

    As an enclave, following the example of the Kaliningrad region. Yes, just do not give. The pro-apostate leadership of Moldova will stand on its hind legs, and the Romanians will not stand aside.
  13. 6 sunrise 9
    6 sunrise 9 17 October 2013 11: 08
    +2
    Oh, it would be nice to have pre-nest, and Moldova to unite with Russia. After all, even in Moldova, a huge number of people are holding back integration with the Russian Federation. Yes, we have one problem, the lack of common borders, and pedo-Europeanized Ukraine will not allow us, in which case, to transfer troops across its territory and, in general, as if it didn’t share Moldova with the Romanians. Tipo Romanian Moldova, and U.K.r.a.m. Transnistria, and this is nefantasy, the leader of freedom has already called for this, but freedom is gaining popularity in Ukraine. Even the next prezik of Ukraine can become a free man and then we will be oh how ridiculous.
  14. morpogr
    morpogr 17 October 2013 11: 24
    +5
    Recognize independence and invite to the TS. And then if there is a desire of the people to hold a referendum on joining Russia and not pay attention to the screams of geyropa example of how they came from Kosovo.
    1. PSih2097
      PSih2097 17 October 2013 13: 28
      +1
      Quote: morpogr
      and not pay attention to the screams of the geyrops, an example of how they came from Kosovo.

      Wow, here they have overpowered the jamb, the independence of Kosovo will come across Europe and the entire world community ...
  15. theadenter
    theadenter 17 October 2013 11: 25
    +3
    Transnistria thinks more correctly and faster than their neighbors - Moldavians.
    I am curious. Can Transnistria, as an unrecognized state, join the CU? Russia may not be against it, but our allies?
  16. aszzz888
    aszzz888 17 October 2013 11: 48
    +1
    Let them be good allies, and we will help them.
  17. Gronsky
    Gronsky 17 October 2013 12: 15
    +7
    Quote: klip07
    for the recognition of Transnistria can Odessa region, Crimea and the eastern regions of Ukraine go the same way ....? I feel sorry for the Slav brothers with their inadequate leadership, which crawls on its knees into slavery of Europe ... our strength is in unity!


    That is why Ukraine did not recognize the legitimacy of the referendum. Recognition would trigger a chain reaction in its regions. And kirdyk project nezalezhnoy.
  18. Sineys
    Sineys 17 October 2013 13: 05
    +6
    Dangerous calls, however. But doesn’t it seem to you that the subjects of the federation may one day hold similar referenda and goodbye to the Russian Federation? Offhand that way - Tatarstan, the North Caucasus regions, the Far East. And what will you do when their independence is recognized by Germany, France, China and other heavyweights. A precedent has already been created (Kosovo and Ossetia). Ek, you divide the world into parts then, sitting in front of the monitor and clicking on the clave. Transnistria asks for you, because the Russian Federation is far away, and the Moldovans are close. From beautiful far away you can look at Kremlin stars, receive subsidies and chuckle from gullible Muscovites. What will joining Transnistria give you, except for a headache and an extra line of expenses in the budget? Feeling of lethargy and significance. Perhaps, but nothing more.
  19. vlad.svargin
    vlad.svargin 17 October 2013 14: 34
    +4
    The information that Transnistria is going to use variations on the theme of the Russian state flag as state symbols has once again provoked a strong reaction in Chisinau. Moldovan politicians say that the idea of ​​Tiraspol is the idea of ​​separatism and exacerbation of the situation on the banks of the Dniester. Naturally, there are quite a few Moldovan politicians who say that Tiraspol is pushing Russia to accept the “flag of national unity”. True, for some reason these people do not say that quite recently the Chisinau mayor Dorin Chirtoaca expressed the idea to remove the coat of arms from the central strip of the Moldovan national flag, which would make it an exact copy of the Romanian flag. This idea in certain political circles of Moldova, by the way, is still under discussion ...

    The PMR has long conquered and proved its independence. And not Moldova "to criticize" Pridnestrovie- "it would not be better for a gossip to turn to itself"! The leaders of Moldova are asleep and see to give their "independence" to Romania. They themselves cannot put things in order without someone else's help, so let them at least not interfere with others!
  20. ReifA
    ReifA 17 October 2013 14: 49
    +5
    Father served in the 14th Army of General Lebed, major. He participated in the establishment of independence of Transnistria, because the Moldovans struck at the location of the army. All Russians live there, the same Russians as in Russia. But politicians forget it. These are not just brothers, for a beautiful word. Brothers, sons, fathers and mothers are in fact. IMHO.
  21. Starfish
    Starfish 17 October 2013 14: 58
    +1
    the issue of Transnistria is currently unresolved. until the question is solved with whom Ukraine, or rather its leadership
  22. Brother
    Brother 17 October 2013 15: 01
    +2
    Who put a minus to the article? 1 - 47, what is this unexpected surprise?
    President of Romania, or Ukraine? Or the sudden president of Moldova?
  23. Black
    Black 17 October 2013 15: 52
    +1
    I don’t like it when, under every sneeze, an untamed feeling of "imperialism" begins to gush. Attach, chop off ...
    We would have to deal with the lands that we have. Yes, as it should!
    And then dozhilis, there Father "kemsku" volost asks, let, they say, I'll make a blooming land out of it.
    The governor of the Belgorod region would be our President ... we would have something to do, there would be no time to think ....
  24. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 17 October 2013 17: 22
    +1
    Do you support the policy of independence of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic and the subsequent free accession of Pridnestrovie to the Russian Federation?
    97% answered yes, what other arguments are needed for our government to recognize the independence of Transnistria and accept it as part of the Russian Federation? request
    1. Corneli
      Corneli 17 October 2013 18: 57
      +1
      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      97% answered yes, what other arguments are needed for our government to recognize the independence of Transnistria and accept it as part of the Russian Federation? request

      Above, many normally unsubscribably wrote, I will try to repeat the main points:
      1. Transit only through the territory of Ukraine, respectively, the Russian Federation will have to be friends with Ukraine and make concessions if something happens. And relations between our countries at the moment are not so hot ...
      2. Relations with Moldova will become like with Georgia - the eternal pritenzia, occupants and all that.
      3. Relations with the Romanians will also spoil their love, and they, in turn, will go about it in the EU and NATO. And whiners there, God forbid
      4. The creation of an extra precedent, on disconnection and independence (in the Russian Federation, including also such, there are enough problem regions)
      5. Another exacerbation and high in the UN (even in the case of recognition, and even if included in the Russian Federation, so finally the Westerners will "poop with bricks")
      6. The region is fully subsidized and unstable. Hello Chechnya 2.0, but also without a common border. Russia nowhere to put money?
      After reading, at least, the above points and having estimated the "pluses" of unification (the truth does not come to mind especially) no sane ruler will go to unification. Since it is to have a big crap out of the blue ...
      1. mixxlll
        mixxlll 17 October 2013 22: 49
        +1
        Do not tell me what you don’t know, in Transnistria everything is on our side. Like most Moldovans, Ukrainians.
        1. Corneli
          Corneli 17 October 2013 23: 58
          0
          Quote: mixxlll
          Neglect what you don’t know, in Transnistria everything is on our side. Like most Moldovans, Ukrainians

          Are you me The account registered yesterday?) laughing
  25. Wii
    Wii 17 October 2013 19: 27
    +2
    I myself lived in Bender for 23 years, and after the war I left for Homeland in Smolensk. And my parents still live there. Without Russia, the PMR will be caput, and there, after all, the majority are Russian and Russian-speaking. And their so-called separatism was compelled. The PMR didn’t separate from anyone in 1991, they simply did not want to be in Romania. How to raise your image in some kind of Syria forever, and how to stand up for your own is not very necessary. All of this is sad, we lived once, there’s nothing for nothing and abroad. But there are Russian flags there a long time ago.
    1. Corneli
      Corneli 17 October 2013 19: 35
      +1
      Quote: Wii
      I myself lived in Bender for 23 years, and after the war I left for Homeland in Smolensk. And my parents still live there. Without Russia, the PMR will be caput, and there, after all, the majority are Russian and Russian-speaking. And their so-called separatism was compelled. The PMR didn’t separate from anyone in 1991, they simply did not want to be in Romania.

      I can only sympathize with you. drinks But not all residents of the PMR are like your parents. During that mess, our border guards had to shoot gangster buses from there with armored personnel carriers (I wanted to have a meal in Odessa region for some reason). And the reasons why the leadership of the Russian Federation to make a decision on the reunification with the PMR are not handy, I (and not only) wrote above. I feel sorry for people, but this is a big policy (
  26. Wii
    Wii 17 October 2013 19: 59
    +4
    It’s not interesting to the Russian thieves of the PMR, there is nothing to steal there. And people don’t give a damn about it. They will bring people from the village.
  27. mixxlll
    mixxlll 17 October 2013 22: 47
    +1
    Russians are throwing their !!
  28. mixxlll
    mixxlll 17 October 2013 22: 50
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    Transnistria is all on the population on our side. Like most Moldovans, Ukrainians.
  29. Grandson of Veteran
    Grandson of Veteran 18 October 2013 18: 58
    +1
    Quote: Mitek
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    It’s high time to recognize the independence of Transnistria and close this topic forever!

    No direct message. This is only if the Ukrainians brothers are succumbing to the EU and they will send their youngster to Yulia, then it is possible)

    And what does the direct message have to do with it? We don't have it with Kaliningrad either, the sea doesn't count. So can we return Kaliningrad? Transnistria has been de facto independent of Moldova for a long time. With South Ossetia, the situation is different - there you can "pull" an armed invasion with the aim of annexation. People themselves are asking for membership in the Russian Federation. Conclusion - long live another region of Russia. Welcome home brothers! drinks
  30. TAGIR
    TAGIR 19 October 2013 09: 37
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    Slovakia and Slovenia are based on the tricolor of Russia, unlike countries with Union Jack, this does not affect their relations with Russia