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Tsara Romanyaske and the geopolitical game against Russia

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Tsara Romanyaske and the geopolitical game against Russia



Against the background of the new pro-Western Ukrainian “Maidan”, the fact that cooperation agreements with the EU were signed by two other post-Soviet republics, Moldova and Georgia, was completely overlooked. And if everything is more or less clear with the latter, then in Moldova it is not so simple. Is it possible that the “mare of the Unior”, about which the unionists have long spoken, will happen under the auspices of Brussels? Chisinau after a long break, returns to foreign policy, taken at the beginning of the 90-s? And what should Transnistria do - let it be a sovereign republic, but, nevertheless, united by cultural, economic and kinship ties with the Right Bank?

Romanian colony

It's no secret that the European Union serves as a tool for Eastern European irredentists. Budapest has already announced the reunification of almost all Hungarians as part of a single state, but the truth is: if you are Slovak, Romanian Hungarians, there are no borders with Hungary for you, and everyone’s rights are equal. So Romania is following in the footsteps of its western neighbor: the Moldovan alliance of liberals made it a colony of its native country with a sly hand. And can Moldova be considered the birthplace of Lupu, Ghimpu, Filat and the like? Almost all the top leadership of the republic have long called themselves Romanians, and they are such on the passport. Judges of the Constitutional Court of Moldova, which 5 of December recognized as the state language of the country Romanian, all until the last have Romanian citizenship. Perhaps the case of Moldova is unprecedented, and in the world stories It is difficult to find examples when the state would be ruled exclusively by foreigners. This model of power is more like an occupational regime. True, so far the Constitution states that the state language of the country is Moldovan, not Romanian. But it seems that this little problem will be solved very quickly, taking into account how rapidly events are developing.

As a sign of agreement with the “right course” of the alliance, thousands of demonstrators arrived in Chisinau with flags of the European Union and Romania. True, the liberals preferred to keep silent about the fact that they collected these people by force, several from each village. In response, the Communist Party, led by former Moldavian President Vladimir Voronin, organized its rally, by the way, more numerous than the pro-Western one. Fortunately, demonstrations and counter-demonstrations in Moldova did not turn into such large-scale pogroms as in Ukraine.

John Kerry, the next “peace envoy” from the White House, also arrived to support the Euro-Liberals. It was planned that Kerry at that time was supposed to be in Kiev; but, trying to hurt Viktor Yanukovych, who refused to cooperate with the EU, the American diplomat abruptly changed his route and left for a more accommodating Chisinau. Kerry’s meeting with the Moldavian liberals was rather symbolic, the parties abstained from discussing serious issues. However, a strong Romania is beneficial to the United States, primarily due to the fact that Russia’s position on the Balkan Peninsula and in the Eastern Mediterranean is not to be restored.

Transnistrian issue

Meanwhile, Transnistria and Gagauzia fear a new upsurge of Romanian nationalism. In the summer of this year, Moldovan drones were first seen in the sky over Tiraspol - the last time the Moldovan air force conducted air reconnaissance over the territory of Transdnistrian Moldavian Republic at the beginning of 90's, so six months ago, a breach of calm became a landmark event. At the same time, Chisinau actually allowed Bucharest to introduce Romanian special forces into Moldova. One can imagine the purpose for which this was done, taking into account the fact that Transnistria and Gagauzia are legally considered parts of Moldova.

Despite the multinational composition, the TMR is traditionally oriented towards friendship with Russia. The union with Ukraine is not an option: in 2006, about 60, thousands of Ukrainian citizens living on the right bank of the Dniester, found themselves in a blockade on the initiative of their own Ukrainian government. So, the duplicity of Kiev, its lack of understanding of the situation in Moldova and the reluctance to play the role of a peacemaker themselves separate Transdniestria from Ukraine and turn it into an exclave of Russia - a sort of southern Kaliningrad.

However, Tiraspol is also happy: the head of Transnistria, Yevgeny Shevchuk, decided to introduce Russian laws in the country, thus making the Transnistrian Moldavian Republic a member of the Customs Union. According to Shevchuk, this will protect Transnistria from the influence of the European Union and Romania. However, such actions will also bring economic benefits: Transnistrian entrepreneurs, as well as the country's largest corporation “Sheriff” are focused on Russia and Ukraine. Creating an impenetrable customs barrier on the eastern borders of Moldova would have led to the collapse of the already weak Transnistrian economy.
Meanwhile, in Gagauzia, the problem of the Customs Union is more balanced. The trade wars of Russia and Moldova hit the Gagauz agrarians painfully - not only on winemakers, but also on producers of other agricultural products. Despite the big harvests of recent years, the closure of the Russian market forced many Gagauz farmers to work not for profit, but for the sake of survival. Only Turkish investments were able to save the economy of Gagauzia: unfortunately, the Kremlin acts too carelessly and harms its potential allies, because of which it sometimes loses initiative in foreign policy. Now, due to Moscow’s fault, the possibility of cooperation with Turkey, Northern Cyprus and Azerbaijan has recently attracted Orthodox Gagauzia more than joining the Russian Customs Union. The same can be said about Bulgarians living compactly in the south of Moldova: the Bulgarian community has also suffered from Russian sanctions, and is waiting for support from Sofia, that is, from the European Union. But, until the last years, the Bulgarians and the Gagauz were the best pillars of Russia in Moldova - even more reliable than Transnistria under Igor Smirnov. However, if Chisinau wanted to join the Customs Union, the whole south of Moldova would support such an initiative in a united front.

The same can be said about the north, including Balti - the second largest city of the republic. There, Russians make up the majority, and although during the war years they did not take up weapon, but Russia has always been ardently supported.

Speaking of Moldova, another nuance should be taken into account: the majority of the population consider themselves to be Moldovans, and are opposed to joining Romania. The situation in Moldova did not become similar to the situation in the Baltic countries because the nation itself in 1989-1991 turned out to be split into three parts. The first - Russians, Ukrainians, Gagauz, Bulgarians, the so-called Moldovans, “shantists” - advocated the preservation of a multiethnic state. The second - supporters of Moldavian nationalism - was in the position of preserving a sovereign Moldova, independent from both Russia and Romania. Finally, the third part - the so-called unionists - denied the existence of the Moldovan people and advocated the accession of Bessarabia to Romania. All three currents are hostile towards each other; and only this saved the Russians and Ukrainians from conferring on them the status of “non-citizens”. In addition, the municipal revolution on the left bank, better known as the Transnistrian conflict, played a big role: whatever one may say, it’s difficult to name the events in Moldova as an inter-ethnic confrontation, because Moldovans fought against Moldovans, while in Chisinau and Balti with the predominant Russian population of fights did not have.

Thus, Russia has every chance to keep Moldova in its sphere of influence. Residents of Transnistria, Gagauzia, the south and north of the republic support Moscow. For Romania - only a homogeneous center by nationality. The kinship ties of the left bank Moldovans with the residents of Transnistria, Ukraine and Russia serve as a guarantee that the people of Moldova will retain Russia's loyalty for at least one more generation. Another thing is that the power in the country is seized by the citizens of Romania, ranging from the president to the Constitutional Court.

Why we are not interested in the "key" from the Balkans and the Mediterranean?

And this, by the way, is part of a strategy for squeezing Moscow out of Eastern Europe. After all, as is known, the “Danube is the gate of Europe,” and those who control the lower reaches of this river, own the keys to Asia Minor, the Caucasus and the Middle East. The current conflict in Moldova should be considered in conjunction with the Nabucco and South Stream projects, as well as the supply of liquefied gas from the Gulf monarchies to the ports of Bulgaria and Romania. Do not forget about the transportation of products of Russian enterprises of heavy industry along the Danube. It is not for nothing that Turkey is showing an increased interest in Gagauzia, trying to outrun Russia, and Romania is hindering Ukraine’s construction of shipping canals, ready for round-the-clock continuous passage of cargo ships in two directions at once. We are talking about friendship with Serbia - but how to be friends with it, if the road to the Balkans, which runs through Moldova, is closed?

Possessing only Novorossiysk and Sevastopol is not a guarantee of the protection of Russian interests in the Black Sea and the Eastern Mediterranean. In order to truly establish ourselves in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, we must necessarily take possession of Moldova and the Danube Delta, and only then will we be able to dictate our own rules of war and commerce in the Caucasus and Turkey. And in order to achieve this goal, one must rely not only on Transnistria, but also on Moldova - its citizens are too tired from the continuous political crisis that lasts from 2009, and do not want to give their country to Bucharest, bearing in mind the bloody Khotyn, Bendery and Tatarbunar uprisings , about the 1941-1944 invasion, about the revenge attempt in 1989-1992. The last time the bloodshed was stopped by the famous General Alexander Lebed, probably the most revered person on both banks of the Dniester. Unfortunately, in the event of aggression, now Transdniestria will intercede only in words, and forget about the rest of Moldova. After all, for some reason, Bessarabia has become uninteresting to us, although everything should be exactly the opposite, and popular discontent in Moldova only deigns to restore our positions in this country.
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  1. svskor80
    svskor80 10 December 2013 08: 46
    18
    It is time to show Romania who is the leader in this region. In addition, Russia really has quite a few trump cards in its hands.
    1. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 10 December 2013 09: 01
      21
      Mamalygam need not show anything, for these settled gypsies only the language of force is clear. The Great Gypsy ambitions from Transylvania from Odessa are well treated with full-weight bombing and blockade of the coast.
      1. Civil
        Civil 10 December 2013 09: 14
        +3
        Moldova differs from Romania only in Orthodox faith. And this is a serious factor that should be played.
        1. Nicholas C.
          Nicholas C. 10 December 2013 09: 35
          21
          Quote: Author Artyom Vit
          cooperation agreements with the EU were signed by two other post-Soviet republics - Moldova and Georgia

          Not signed, but so far only initialed. Ukraine carried out this procedure on March 30 in Bressel. Which did not stop her from throwing the Euro-invaders. What I wish for Moldova.

          Quote: Civil
          Moldova differs from Romania only in Orthodox faith.

          This Ukraine differs from Galicia by the Orthodox faith. And in Romania, the faith is the same Orthodox. Braille even houses the largest center of Russian Old Believers. Was there. All over the city there are wonderful Russian faces. The problem of Romania is different.
          1. andru_007
            andru_007 10 December 2013 10: 33
            +9
            Quote: Nikolai S.
            Not signed, but so far only initialed. Ukraine carried out this procedure on March 30 in Bressel. Which did not stop her from throwing the Euro-invaders. What I wish for Moldova.

            The more important is the issue of Ukraine’s orientation. Will go to the Customs Union, consider the common border with the PMR (Russia will help if that), go to the EU, consider lost Moldova and the PMR.
            1. washi
              washi 10 December 2013 12: 46
              -2
              Quote: andru_007
              Quote: Nikolai S.
              Not signed, but so far only initialed. Ukraine carried out this procedure on March 30 in Bressel. Which did not stop her from throwing the Euro-invaders. What I wish for Moldova.

              The more important is the issue of Ukraine’s orientation. Will go to the Customs Union, consider the common border with the PMR (Russia will help if that), go to the EU, consider lost Moldova and the PMR.

              And let this be considered by Yugorossia.
              Where is it more profitable for her to live.
              We have no border agreements with Moldova.
          2. washi
            washi 10 December 2013 12: 44
            +4
            [quote = Civil] Moldova differs from Romania only in Orthodox faith. [/ quote]
            This Ukraine differs from Galicia by the Orthodox faith. And in Romania, the faith is the same Orthodox. Braille even houses the largest center of Russian Old Believers. Was there. All over the city there are wonderful Russian faces. The problem of Romania is different. [/ Quote]
            But these are the problems of the Russian Orthodox Church, which should recognize, if not equality, then the independence of the Old Believers. Better yet, unification, improvement.
            I am for the Old Believers (do not drink, do not smoke, etc.)
            1. Flooding
              Flooding 10 December 2013 13: 36
              +6
              Quote: Vasya
              But these are the problems of the Russian Orthodox Church, which should recognize, if not equality, then the independence of the Old Believers. Better yet, unification, improvement.

              A little different. In 1971 The Local Council recognized the equivalence of the rites of the old and Nikonian traditions. But the Old Orthodox do not recognize the rites and ordinances performed by the priests of the Russian Orthodox Church. This is a principled position that has allowed them to maintain the faith of their ancestors to our times.
        2. Canep
          Canep 10 December 2013 10: 02
          +4
          Against the background of the new pro-Western Ukrainian “Maidan”, the fact that two other post-Soviet republics, Moldova and Georgia, signed cooperation agreements with the EU, was completely overlooked.
          No one expected anything else, they will cleanse tremors in Europe.
        3. 0251
          0251 10 December 2013 10: 42
          +3
          As you know, the Danube is the gateway to Europe, and the one who controls the lower reaches of this river owns the keys to Asia Minor, the Caucasus and the Middle East. The current conflict in Moldova should be considered in conjunction with the Nabucco and South Stream projects, as well as the supply of liquefied natural gas from the Gulf monarchies to the ports of Bulgaria and Romania. Do not forget about the transportation along the Danube of the products of Russian heavy industry enterprises. It is not in vain that Turkey has shown an increased interest in Gagauzia, trying to get ahead of Russia, and Romania is preventing Ukraine from building shipping channels, ready for round-the-clock continuous passage of cargo ships in two directions at once. We are talking about friendship with Serbia - but how can we be friends with it if the path to the Balkans, which runs through Moldova, is closed?
          We need to understand this and properly deal with Moldova, the Pre-Dniester.
        4. 0251
          0251 10 December 2013 10: 42
          0
          As you know, the Danube is the gateway to Europe, and the one who controls the lower reaches of this river owns the keys to Asia Minor, the Caucasus and the Middle East. The current conflict in Moldova should be considered in conjunction with the Nabucco and South Stream projects, as well as the supply of liquefied natural gas from the Gulf monarchies to the ports of Bulgaria and Romania. Do not forget about the transportation along the Danube of the products of Russian heavy industry enterprises. It is not in vain that Turkey has shown an increased interest in Gagauzia, trying to get ahead of Russia, and Romania is preventing Ukraine from building shipping channels, ready for round-the-clock continuous passage of cargo ships in two directions at once. We are talking about friendship with Serbia - but how can we be friends with it if the path to the Balkans, which runs through Moldova, is closed?
          We need to understand this and properly deal with Moldova, the Pre-Dniester.
          1. Setrac
            Setrac 10 December 2013 14: 24
            -2
            Quote: 0251
            As you know, the Danube is the gateway to Europe, and the one who controls the lower reaches of this river owns the keys to Asia Minor, the Caucasus and the Middle East.

            So it was before, when river transport prevailed over land. Nowadays, railways have devalued the role of river transport and the Balkans do not have such transport significance.
            The struggle for the Balkans is an inertia of thinking.
        5. Siberian German
          Siberian German 10 December 2013 10: 51
          +2
          Faith is not a reason for games - a clear position should be developed where political realities would be taken into account, solid economic guarantees should be offered for joint economic activities, the military question (assistance with inappropriate actions of Romanians or Moldavian radicals)
          1. Setrac
            Setrac 10 December 2013 14: 25
            0
            Quote: Siberian German
            Faith is no reason to play

            Did you address this to whom?
        6. kotvov
          kotvov 10 December 2013 18: 45
          +2
          Well here you are wrong, Romanians are mostly Orthodox.
        7. funt12
          funt12 10 December 2013 20: 32
          +2
          Orthodox faith is also in Romania
        8. Dazhbog
          Dazhbog 11 December 2013 12: 17
          0
          Faith in Romania and in Moldova is Orthodox. Do not smack nonsense ...
      2. Mitek
        Mitek 10 December 2013 09: 38
        +1
        Quote: Sakhalininets
        Mamalygam need not show anything, for these settled gypsies only the language of force is clear. The Great Gypsy ambitions from Transylvania from Odessa are well treated with full-weight bombing and blockade of the coast.

        Duc language of power, he is the only public ...
    2. catapractic
      catapractic 10 December 2013 15: 46
      -3
      make gypsies, Romanians (underline as necessary) the indigenous people of northern Siberia laughing
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 10 December 2013 18: 30
        +1
        The homeland of gypsies is India, and Romanians are the indigenous nation of Europe.
        1. catapractic
          catapractic 10 December 2013 21: 12
          0
          thanks enlightened hi
        2. RUSS
          RUSS 10 December 2013 21: 44
          0
          Why minus the ignoramus? Gypsies came from India, and the Romanian nation formed at the end of ancient times in Europe.
  2. Sanyht
    Sanyht 10 December 2013 08: 59
    20
    and only RUSSIAN LEADERS do not have enough brains (the cunning Romanians have a brain.) -to issue passports of RUSSIAN, at least ROOT RUSSIAN, who were born in the suburbs, and by the will of the USSR were on the fringes of the empire !!! and issued not according to the rules: help that not a thief, analyzes from all openings, etc., etc. ... + bribe and requisitions at every step, and you will not pay, you will officially draw up until your death.
    1. seller trucks
      seller trucks 10 December 2013 11: 17
      +6
      Quote: Sanyht
      and only RUSSIAN LEADERS do not have enough brains (cunning Romanians have a brain), to issue passports of RUSSIAN, at least ROOT RUSSIAN, WHO WERE BORN IN THE MOSCOW REGION,


      what for? look at Ukraine, everyone at the forum in the beginning of autumn was gibbering that Ukraine would sign the association, many in Ukraine were fumbling with the mantra "We are already Europe", and how did it end? there is no need to condemn the foreign policy of the Kremlin, everything that He does, in fact, is "against" friends and in the interests of the Russian Federation, there is a lot of leverage on Moldova, of which everyone has already been convinced, and if you also ban the entry of Moldovan Gaster, then this is not Ukraine, one day Chisinau will be razed to the ground.
      1. Ivan.
        Ivan. 10 December 2013 12: 40
        +5
        Quote: seller trucks
        there are a lot of levers of pressure on Moldova, which everyone has already seen, and if you still prohibit the entry of Moldovan Gaster

        You are mistaken to go, they have where and the pressure on the country is haunted for the supporters of Russia, and with regards to the humiliating NATO concept of gaster and byters, I think the citizens of Moldova are one of the most harmless and I would create more favorable conditions for them that would strengthen Russia's position in Moldova. Such a "mechanism" has been operating for a long time - citizenship of Bulgaria and Romania is acquired on different grounds in order to go to work in the European Union, and this is a fairly widespread phenomenon, not to mention the fact that it is difficult to say which country has not acquired a Moldovan labor force other than the "banana" republics. ...
        1. seller trucks
          seller trucks 10 December 2013 13: 04
          0
          Quote: Ivan.
          You are mistaken to go where they are


          yes, and where?

          According to the end of the 2012 year, about 427 thousand Moldovans were labor migrants, Lenta.ru recalls. At the same time, two-thirds of them worked at that time in Russia.
          More details: http://www.rosbalt.ru/exussr/2013/12/04/1207213.html
          A third of which do not want to return home is official statistics, I assume that they are many times more.

          Quote: Ivan.
          the humiliating NATO notion of Gaster and Baiters, I think Moldovan citizens are among the most harmless


          harmless?

          In the nine months of 2013, about 1,2 billion dollars were sent from Russia to Moldova. Every month, Moldavian guest workers send home several hundred million dollars

          http://sobesednik.ru/news/20131109-natsionalnyi-bank-moldavii-obyavil-skolko-den
          eg-iz-rossii-migranty-perevodyat-za-rubez
          1. Ivan.
            Ivan. 10 December 2013 13: 29
            +6
            Quote: seller trucks
            In the nine months of 2013, about 1,2 billion dollars were sent from Russia to Moldova. Every month, Moldavian guest workers send home several hundred million dollars

            Vitaly, do you really think that this money is better given to Tajiks, Georgians, etc. Personally, I believe that Russia does not need imported labor or not in such quantities, that dealers prefer disenfranchised foreigners to the detriment of the local population is not good and it is clear why this is so.
            Quote: seller trucks
            A third of which do not want to return home is official statistics, I assume that they are many times more.

            I don’t know, I doubt these statistics, plus, as far as I know, the flow towards Russia is decreasing, and they don’t want to return about rights, and this also applies to other countries including Ukraine - such a wonderful life in Moldova.
            1. seller trucks
              seller trucks 10 December 2013 13: 56
              +1
              Quote: Ivan.
              Vitaly, do you really think that this money is better given to Tajiks, Georgians, etc.


              I believe that this money should remain in the Russian Federation, regardless of nationality, so it will be right, excuse my shirt, closer to the body.

              Quote: Ivan.
              Russia does not need imported labor or not in such quantities


              from the same person, and I then what.

              Quote: Ivan.
              I don’t know, I doubt these statistics, plus as far as I know, the flow towards Russia is decreasing


              Russia, by the number of migrants after the United States, whatever you consider.
              1. Ivan.
                Ivan. 10 December 2013 14: 18
                +1
                Quote: seller trucks
                Russia, by the number of migrants after the United States, whatever you consider.

                One could guess what I'm talking about Moldova.
                Quote: seller trucks
                I believe that this money should remain in the Russian Federation, regardless of nationality

                To do this, you need to have at least some influence on your leadership.
                1. seller trucks
                  seller trucks 10 December 2013 14: 35
                  -1
                  Quote: Ivan.
                  One could guess what I'm talking about Moldova.


                  what's the difference? the flow decreased not from a better life in Moldova and the EU, but because the borders began to cover up

                  Quote: Ivan.
                  To do this, you need to have at least some influence on your leadership.


                  Yes, what does the leadership have to do with it? charged in QiWi-terminal or webmoney and adya.
                  1. Ivan.
                    Ivan. 10 December 2013 14: 58
                    +3
                    Quote: seller trucks
                    charged in QiWi terminal

                    Well, again, money does not flow away from the terminals, but because the authorities are happy with it. For more than 20 years in Gorky, I have observed how workers "evolve" in the construction and repair of roads, sidewalks, etc. at first it struck me that the locals were replaced by Caucasians and then to this day by immigrants from Central Asia.
                    Quote: seller trucks
                    what's the difference?

                    Are they open in the EU? Apparently you are not a supporter of the union of even the Russian-speaking world, your shirt is closer to your body.
                    ps - answer if I can’t leave for a few days
          2. Astartes
            Astartes 10 December 2013 13: 32
            +8
            They earn this money and not like Caucasians in the markets and theft, in reality people plow like oxen that they manage to send so much money home.
            1. seller trucks
              seller trucks 10 December 2013 14: 00
              0
              Quote: Astartes
              They earn this money and not like Caucasians in the markets and theft, in reality people plow like oxen that they manage to send so much money home.


              Uncle, who is arguing with this? Tajiks, Uzbeks also plow, and for less money. I don’t see in Moldovans or Ukrainians on exclusivity, everyone is the same, everyone needs to feed their families. As for crime, so again, look at the statistics at least 50% falls on migrants.
              1. Astartes
                Astartes 10 December 2013 14: 49
                11
                So, count how many Moldavians there are in migrants, and how many others, and the rest 50 percent are citizens of Russia, but I don’t argue, if you are more comfortable with a Caucasian Russian passport selling Turkish oranges than a working Moldovan, then there are no questions, but there are so many Moldovans from visitors, no less Russian than you. What to do with this ??
                1. seller trucks
                  seller trucks 10 December 2013 16: 08
                  -7
                  Quote: Astartes
                  and the rest is 50 percent relate to Russian citizens,


                  listen, stop flogging nonsense, what kind of oranges are there, you will first visit the Russian Federation, but don’t be smart about what you don’t know, the natives of the Russian Caucasus do not trade on the markets, because the markets are closed, your countrymen, Uzbeks are trading on the weekend and Tajiks, moreover, with a profitability of at least 80%, I worked in the market, I do not know by hearsay, the second niche occupied by Moldovans is taxi drivers or a private carriage, mainly from Central Asia work on CONSTRUCTIONS. Moldovans, like Ukrainians do not like to work.
                  1. Flooding
                    Flooding 10 December 2013 17: 55
                    +3
                    Quote: seller trucks
                    Moldovans, like Ukrainians do not like to work.

                    "-" from me to you, dear. The Moldovan nation is very hard-working. Of my acquaintances who work in Russia, the overwhelming majority are at construction sites.
                    You didn’t work at a construction site, did you? Otkel firewood?
                    1. seller trucks
                      seller trucks 10 December 2013 21: 59
                      -3
                      Quote: Flood
                      "-" from me to you, dear. The Moldovan nation is very hard-working.


                      near your (-) bird circle. in Russia, the work of Moldavian women is very valuable: the Leningrad highway, for example.

                      Quote: Flood
                      Of my friends who work in Russia, the vast majority are just at construction sites.


                      phone "moldova-taxi" write?

                      Quote: Flood
                      You didn’t work at a construction site, did you? Otkel firewood?


                      why did you decide this? I also had to work at a construction site in the distant 94.
                  2. Alexander Petrovich
                    Alexander Petrovich 10 December 2013 21: 56
                    +2
                    Quote: seller trucks
                    Moldovans, like Ukrainians do not like to work.

                    And here I do not agree with you, Moldovans are actually a very hardworking people.
                    1. seller trucks
                      seller trucks 10 December 2013 22: 06
                      -2
                      Quote: Alexander Petrovich
                      And here I do not agree with you, Moldovans are actually a very hardworking people.


                      so hardworking and so poor, paradox. only Vanka - drunk everything for free
            2. nov_tech.vrn
              nov_tech.vrn 10 December 2013 16: 31
              +1
              in general, the question should be, not that the money is sent home, it is earned and, accordingly, there was some kind of profit, the country where the work was done should be useful, the owner just put this profit in his pocket and if he paid taxes, health insurance and so on, then only the profit of Russia. And in order to have a super-profit, the owner tries not to pay anything to his state, the locals may be indignant, so they hire "newcomers" and, preferably, powerless, so that they are silent in a rag. So, first of all, it is necessary to force them to hire workers legally, and so that if they begin to cheat, the whole chain goes to prison, the owner of the company hiring illegal labor, the FMS employee who legalized the criminal business and all their accomplices, and on the so-called guest workers (a vile word was introduced with not nationalists, but "respectable" liberals) there should be an amnesty, only then migration flows will become controllable and the number of migrants will decrease to an acceptable size, migration itself is not an evil issue in size and quality.
          3. Igorisep900
            Igorisep900 10 December 2013 13: 39
            +2
            In our region, the absolute majority (at least 90%) travels to the European Union. As for 1.2 billion, then with this money Russia is at least useful. Unlike most of the proceeds from all enterprises that go west without any benefit.
            1. seller trucks
              seller trucks 10 December 2013 14: 06
              -1
              Quote: Igorisep900
              In our region, the vast majority (at least 90%) travels to the European Union.


              in the European Union, without your brother, there are enough migrants, the same Romanians.

              Quote: Igorisep900
              As for the 1.2 billion, Russia has at least some benefit from this money.


              I’m embarrassed to ask which one? money is earned here, spent there, only losses.

              Quote: Igorisep900
              Unlike most of the proceeds from all enterprises that go west without any benefit.


              not true, if we talk about foreign enterprises, these are jobs and taxes, money is spent here. And take my word for it, the bourgeoisie, who built enterprises in the Russian Federation, are working honestly, otherwise you can lose business.
  3. makarov
    makarov 10 December 2013 09: 00
    0
    I do not think that Moldovans copulate with Romania. The Moldovan king and his entourage will not allow this. I do not think that he wants to lose the crown, but how then "all acquired by honest labor" ????
    1. vardex
      vardex 10 December 2013 12: 13
      10
      we never get together we are different, we have a lot of differences both in language in habits and in thinking, the only thing that we have in common is religion.
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 10 December 2013 12: 21
        +4
        The faith is Orthodox, but in Moldova there are mainly parishes and the canonical territory of the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Romanians have their own "native" Orthodox Church.
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      3. Tamparu
        Tamparu 10 December 2013 13: 34
        +1
        Quote: vardex

        we never get together we are different, we have a lot of differences both in language in habits and in thinking, the only thing that we have in common is religion.


        And who will ask you? Gypsy special forces will enter Chisinau and that’s all .... You and the army don’t ... Transnistria will be asked to help? In principle, 68 km from Bender to Chisinau, they may be in time ...
    2. Astartes
      Astartes 10 December 2013 13: 33
      +7
      Today’s Moldavian king, feed from the Romanian trough, and the Romanians hold him for all the protruding parts of the body, when the time comes no one from the current elite and will not rock the boat, they sit too well on the Romanian-European hook.
  4. Christian
    Christian 10 December 2013 09: 01
    -2
    The current anti-Russian Kremlin regime is indifferent even to Russian diplomats who are beaten abroad each year (Qatar, the Netherlands, etc.), what else can we talk about if this does not concern their personal interests?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 10 December 2013 09: 23
      +3
      Quote: Christian
      The current anti-Russian Kremlin regime

      You are jammed.
      1. smile
        smile 10 December 2013 16: 04
        -1
        Alexander Romanov
        The oil in the head is over, the engine and stukanula ... :)))
        1. alone
          alone 10 December 2013 22: 39
          0
          will have to be disassembled and reassembled. It is desirable that the shaft does not jam. otherwise it will have to be sharpened. laughing
  5. Good
    Good 10 December 2013 09: 03
    +8
    In Moldova and Romania, the question of unification is raised by Romanian and Moldovan politicians. The United States has a separate interest in the problem, since this is combined with its geopolitical aspirations.
    What is most interesting, in Romania, plans are still being hatched to capture Moldova and parts of the Odesa region.
    And they seek to remove peacekeepers, no matter what interferes with their aspirations. And thanks to the Russian peacekeepers for this service for the benefit of peace. 21 year restrain the world, endure provocations of Moldavians.
  6. aszzz888
    aszzz888 10 December 2013 09: 13
    -1
    Gene Onishchenko divorced Moldova and Georgia for a long time. And where should they sell their main products?
  7. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 10 December 2013 10: 03
    +4
    The opposition’s appeal in the person of the Communists to the Constitutional Court on the unlawful recognition of the Romanian language as the state language was rejected.
    The appeal of the pro-Romanian ruling elite about changing the Constitution regarding the language was recognized as legitimate by the Constitutional Court and now the amendments are being prepared.
    Long live the new Romanian county - Moldova !!!
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 10 December 2013 12: 20
      +4
      It just says that the confrontation is gaining in character!
  8. 3935333
    3935333 10 December 2013 10: 45
    +8
    We need Moldova, Russia, in any form, both geopolitical and economic. But first, the Outskirts must be absorbed ... perhaps even beaten back! Under the patronage of the United States, countries such as Germany, Poland, Turkey and other "partners" do not want our reunification in any form. THEY have shattered the USSR, now when we are trying to restore the economic, primarily space, as well as cultural and spiritual (the so-called Russian world ) - they spoil us Slavs and Russians in all ways. THEIR Purpose is to destroy the Russian world.
    1. vardex
      vardex 10 December 2013 12: 02
      12
      less than 23 years as you understood it .... Thank God
      1. smile
        smile 10 December 2013 16: 06
        0
        vardex
        Yes, we immediately understood this ... the main thing is that it dawns on you (I do not personally mean you) ...
  9. zcity
    zcity 10 December 2013 10: 51
    +9
    Moldova is ready for a change of power, only the help of Russia is needed. The traitors on American grants will not be able to master it much.
    1. vardex
      vardex 10 December 2013 12: 06
      +7
      it was the Russian bear that slept for 23 years. and now we’ll raise it because it’s possible to profucu everything because in a dream a person has only dreams and sees nothing more ..
    2. Vasek
      Vasek 11 December 2013 01: 24
      0
      Quote: zcity
      Moldova is ready for a change of power; only Russia's help is needed.


      good good good
  10. mountain
    mountain 10 December 2013 12: 04
    +1
    In time, the EU began this whole canoe with the entry of the former republics. It does not allow Russia to rise to its full height, realizing that we will tear ourselves up while holding and helping everyone. It is necessary to rise ourselves, and only then proceed from strategic and economic interests, to help others.
    1. asadov
      asadov 10 December 2013 12: 29
      +2
      Or maybe the EU will overtake accepting these republics? Have not considered this option?
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 10 December 2013 12: 37
        +6
        But the EU does not accept them; association with the EU is not accession to the EU.
      2. mountain
        mountain 10 December 2013 15: 53
        0
        As soon as this topic is put up, I will begin to consider it. repeat
  11. RUSS
    RUSS 10 December 2013 12: 17
    +1
    There is a suspicion that the Kremlin wants to let Moldova go free, but without PMR.
    1. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 10 December 2013 13: 04
      +4
      I already wrote about this here on the site - it will turn out the 2nd, southern, "Kaliningrad"!
      And then it will be possible to issue Russian passports to former residents of the USSR,
      caught up in political games in the CIS countries.
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  12. washi
    washi 10 December 2013 12: 37
    +2
    To enter the EU, the absence of territorial claims and internal disagreements is necessary.
    Moldova (PMR), Georgia (Abkhazia, South Ossetia), Outskirts (in the case of signing Small and South Russia, Crimea), Serbia (Kosovo) NEVER JOIN THE EU.
    There is only one option - the section.
    In this case, the PMR, which recognized the laws of the Russian Federation, on an explicit basis, the territory of the Russian Federation.
    Abkhazia and South Ossetia have long been morally ready to join the Russian Federation (they, and our crime, must be put in place).
    Serbia is already thinking in the CU.
    Outskirts ....
    Or a tough pro-Russian policy, or a section.
    1. Cristall
      Cristall 10 December 2013 21: 19
      +1
      several times I saw the wrong name of my country.
      Look in google how to spell country-Ukraine.
      The topic, of course, is not indifferent to me (still it would be about Bessarabia, some of which are in the largest region of Ukraine-Odessa, that is, my own, but we don’t like Romanians here ...)
      Our Danube delta certainly will not give way (there, to be honest, there is a small economic battle) - nobody wants to lose the feeder.
  13. Black
    Black 10 December 2013 12: 37
    +1
    Quote: RUSS
    The Kremlin wants to let Moldova go free swimming


    Is Moldova floating with a Moscow anchor around its neck?
    Bulgaria then drowns with whose?
    1. RUSS
      RUSS 10 December 2013 18: 34
      0
      No need to take marine terminology literally.
  14. Flooding
    Flooding 10 December 2013 12: 47
    +6
    Quote: Sakhalininets
    Mamalygam need not show anything, for these settled gypsies only the language of force is clear. The Great Gypsy ambitions from Transylvania from Odessa are well treated with full-weight bombing and blockade of the coast.

    There are many gypsies in Romania, but as they were, they remained gypsies. And they never considered themselves ethnic Romanians. As well as vice versa.
    Quote: Nikolai S.
    Not signed, but so far only initialed. Ukraine carried out this procedure on March 30 in Bressel. Which did not stop her from throwing the Euro-invaders. What I wish for Moldova.

    Unfortunately, if by the time of signing the government inadvertently does not turn its own neck (and more likely no one), the second act of the Marlezon ballet will follow.
    Quote: Nikolai S.
    Braille even houses the largest center of Russian Old Believers. Was there. All over the city there are wonderful Russian faces.

    The Lipovans call them there. As I suppose, from "linden" - the canonical material for writing icons. Although I could be wrong. It's a pity that history has thrown them there.
    Quote: Siberian German
    Faith is not a reason for games - a clear position should be developed where political realities would be taken into account, solid economic guarantees should be offered for joint economic activities, the military question (assistance with inappropriate actions of Romanians or Moldavian radicals)

    Help to whom? This is the main question. The power of Moldova is recognized as legitimate. The people are silent and swear at the kitchens. I cannot agree with the author about a larger meeting organized by the communists. Liberators gathered (with carrots and sticks) more people. Paradox. Yes, of course, the administrative resource was fully involved. Every large enterprise, every district and village was sent "quotas" from above.
    But Christmas trees, sticks, if they came to a rally of communists, ALL dissatisfied - in Chisinau it would be crowded! Where were they? Dissatisfied, offended, oppressed, clogged ... They sat in apartments for the most part. Very disappointing for people.
    Quote: Starover_Z
    The opposition’s appeal in the person of the Communists to the Constitutional Court on the unlawful recognition of the Romanian language as the state language was rejected.
    The appeal of the pro-Romanian ruling elite about changing the Constitution regarding the language was recognized as legitimate by the Constitutional Court and now the amendments are being prepared.
    Long live the new Romanian county - Moldova !!!

    That is exactly the case. The Constitutional Court has in fact recognized the supremacy of the Declaration of Independence over the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova. Legal nonsense. It's only the beginning. Romanian President Basescu with the faithful Romanians of Bessarabia joyfully spit saliva on all channels. Moldova is being destroyed.

    More details: http://www.grenada.md/video/tretii_mikrofon_7_12_2013
  15. Klim podkova
    Klim podkova 10 December 2013 12: 47
    +7
    Constantly raising the thesis “common people of Moldova with hearts for Russia”, I would like to remind about the presence of the time factor. Hitler, who came to power in 1933, by 1945 had young people ready to die for the ideas of National Socialism. Soviet boys and girls born in 1923 died with the cry "For Stalin!" I am exaggerating, of course, but history shows that it is quite possible to reorient the younger generation with persistent purposeful propaganda.
    For 20 years of really hard work, a generation has been grown in Moldova that does not perceive Russia as a kindred spirit. Young people who are tolerantly fluent in Russian, but who do not know how to write in it are quite a common phenomenon (Yes!). And in the outback, young people do not even speak Russian. (What do you want: there are no Russian newspapers, there is no Russian TV, the Russian language is not taught in schools - that's the result) The older generation is gradually declining in a natural way, being replaced by the new government raised by young Romanians.

    Why all this tirade: Russia has a limited amount of time, another 15-20 years, and the pro-Russian mood of the Moldovans can already be forgotten. The majority of the population in the republic will be people who call themselves Romanians.
    All of the above applies to all other former Soviet republics, where the same processes take place, where it is faster, where it is slower.
    1. Flooding
      Flooding 10 December 2013 13: 26
      +4
      Quote: Klim Podkova
      For 20 years of really hard work, a generation has been grown in Moldova that does not perceive Russia as a soul mate.

      Moreover, over 20 years of "hard work" a generation has been raised in which the feeling of patriotism and love for the Motherland, the land of grandfathers and great-grandfathers, has practically atrophied. Everyone dreams of living in Canada, France, or at least Romania.
    2. Cristall
      Cristall 10 December 2013 21: 22
      +2
      Quote: Klim Podkova
      For 20 years of really hard work, a generation has been grown in Moldova that does not perceive Russia as a kindred spirit. Young people who are tolerantly fluent in Russian, but who do not know how to write in it are quite a common phenomenon (Yes!). And in the outback, young people do not even speak Russian. (What do you want: there are no Russian newspapers, there is no Russian TV, the Russian language is not taught in schools - that's the result) The older generation is gradually declining in a natural way, being replaced by the new government raised by young Romanians.

      If you want to defeat the enemy - educate his children (relevant for all Slavs)
  16. Krasnoarmeec
    Krasnoarmeec 10 December 2013 12: 55
    +2
    However, Tiraspol is glad: the head of Transnistria, Yevgeny Shevchuk, decided to introduce Russian laws in the country, thus making the PMR a member of the Customs Union.



    Transnistria is like Cuba, small but proud and stubborn !!!! bully
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    2. Tamparu
      Tamparu 10 December 2013 13: 26
      0
      Quote: Krasnoarmeec


      Transnistria is like Cuba, small but proud and stubborn !!!! bully


      According to rumors, Bendery, the city of the PMR, where there were hostilities in 1992, wants to "merge" the Moldovans so that the PMR becomes independent, since this city is located on the right bank of the Dniester ... This is such garbage, Malyata ... 100 population and factories that work for Russia.
      1. Vasek
        Vasek 11 December 2013 01: 34
        0
        Quote: TampaRU
        And there are 100 people and factories that work for Russia.

        Plants? request Do they work? what In Bender? fool
        You probably quote 80s newspapers! lol
        1. Klim podkova
          Klim podkova 11 December 2013 02: 24
          0
          No, you know, still a little bit left.
  17. AlexxxNik
    AlexxxNik 10 December 2013 13: 14
    +2
    you can’t retreat further, we have already lost the Baltic hospitality, now we are losing the Georgian industry and the Moldavian scientific potential
    1. Vasek
      Vasek 11 December 2013 01: 39
      +1
      Quote: AlexxxNik
      Moldavian scientific potential

      laughing
      There was a joke before:
      From the point of view of physicists, the Moldavian Academy of Sciences is a random movement of Ions. laughing
      It’s a pity, but now in that Academy there is no movement at all :(
  18. standby
    standby 10 December 2013 13: 27
    +1
    Moldova differs from Romania only in Orthodox faith. And this is a serious factor that should be played.


    How do they differ? In both, Orthodoxy dominates (Romania is one of the largest states with an Orthodox population - more than 85-87% approximately). The question is that culturally they are very different. The influence of Russia is historically strong on the territory of Moldova. And Romania is, in my opinion, something dissolutely incomprehensible in terms of reliability, as an ally, military prowess, etc. However, thanks to the ability to "forgive" politically beautifully, both in the first and in the second world war, standing on the edge of the abyss, she remained a winner. Now they are "forgiving" to please the EU and the US, they are no stranger to it! Modern Moldova, unfortunately, is something even more disunited and indistinct ... It is a pity for the Russians there, and in other aspects, the region is interesting ... I appreciate the author's noble impulse, but in the near future, it seems that we will not have time for Moldova. Mainly economically ... In achieving political victories, you need to invest money, the United States has it ... And we have our own unresolved problems in bulk ... And geopolitically, in order to influence the processes in Moldova, it is first necessary to influence the processes on Ukraine, but here we have a calm. Wait and see!
    1. Astartes
      Astartes 10 December 2013 14: 58
      +3
      There is an Olympiad, but no geopolitics.
  19. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 10 December 2013 13: 46
    +3
    The exit of any country from the political influence of Russia on the territory of the former Soviet Union is a great negative geopolitical process. Therefore, our foreign policy leaders must be attentive to the processes taking place in our community.
  20. Koliamba_TV
    Koliamba_TV 10 December 2013 16: 05
    +3
    So I don’t understand what Russia did badly? Why it is often upholstered in the world and weave around it "vile" plans. How many things Russia has done for other countries. If we mention the USSR, then who else, if not the USSR (sorry for repeating), freed the floor Europe, and now everyone is wondering about it. Now, most countries have no reason to join the EU!
    1. Clegg
      Clegg 10 December 2013 17: 23
      -7
      Quote: Koliamba_TV
      So I don’t understand what Russia did badly?

      I can say a lot about us.

      Quote: Koliamba_TV
      How much has Russia done well for other countries.

      come on)))

      Quote: Koliamba_TV
      Now, most countries are thinking about joining the EU!

      Russia is not an attractive country, what is incomprehensible here ?!
      1. Flooding
        Flooding 10 December 2013 17: 49
        +5
        Quote: Clegg
        I can say a lot about us.

        Maybe start small? Do you personally have anything to say about yourself?
        For others it is not necessary. Grandmothers and grandfathers, who have seen and felt on themselves, themselves tell who else is alive ...
        Quote: Clegg
        come on)))

        Moldova, for example, is completely built up under the Russian Empire and the USSR. Click on any hospital, school, empty factory, collapsed farm, power station ... Everywhere you look, the cruel legacy of Russian colonialism. Do you think it’s different somewhere in the Baltic states? Or in Central Asia?
        Your smiles are not counted.
        Quote: Clegg
        Russia is not an attractive country, what is incomprehensible here ?!

        This does not apply to tens of millions of migrant workers, of course.
        This applies only to non-Russian souls or genes, and most often grew up in the post-Soviet period.
        1. Clegg
          Clegg 10 December 2013 18: 46
          -5
          Quote: Flood
          Do you personally have anything to say about yourself?

          Slava Allahu, kogda ya nachal ponimat 'okrujayushii mir, ya uje jil v nezavisimoi strane.

          Ya pro istoricheskie kosyaki Rossii pered Qazaqstanom.
          1. Flooding
            Flooding 10 December 2013 19: 03
            +2
            Quote: Clegg
            kogda ya nachal ponimat 'okrujayushii mir, ya uje jil v nezavisimoi strane.

            So I was right to the last line inclusive.
      2. kotvov
        kotvov 10 December 2013 18: 59
        +2
        Well, if Russia is not attractive, what are you going to get here. Come on, dear to the sites of Europe, they have been waiting for you there for a long time.
        1. Clegg
          Clegg 10 December 2013 19: 08
          -1
          Quote: kotvov
          Well, if Russia is not attractive, why are you bickering here

          I do not see the connections))))))

          Quote: kotvov
          come on dear to the sites of Europe, they have been waiting for you there for a long time.

          I prefer American sites)))
          this site is good, but only a lot of quilted jackets)
      3. wk-083
        wk-083 11 December 2013 03: 48
        0
        Quote: Clegg
        Russia is not an attractive country, what is incomprehensible here ?!

        It’s not attractive because it’s such an er.mo. how much you love pin.dosia, and goes to work in Russia.
        1. Clegg
          Clegg 11 December 2013 13: 34
          +1
          Quote: wk-083
          and goes to work in Russia.


          D.ol.boyeb I have never been to Russia and I am not going to
  21. Black
    Black 10 December 2013 16: 48
    +3
    Quote: Koliamba_TV
    So I don’t understand what Russia did badly? Why it is often upholstered in the world and weave around it "vile" plans. How many things Russia has done for other countries. If we mention the USSR, then who else, if not the USSR (sorry for repeating), freed the floor Europe, and now everyone is wondering about it. Now, most countries have no reason to join the EU!

    Yes, you, my friend, are romantic !!! "Conscience", "decency", "good", "memory" ....
    Can you give examples when these words were the basis of the foreign policy of any country? This is only between individuals. The rest is by Machiavelli!
  22. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 10 December 2013 18: 08
    +1
    <<< one must rely not only on Transnistria, but also on Moldova - its citizens are too tired of the continuous political crisis, which has been going on since 2009, and do not want to give their country to Bucharest, >>>
    It would be a great mistake with far-reaching consequences if our policy in this region is dominated by indifference or a liberal policy of flirting with the West for the sake of expecting some praise from him or an ephemeral hope for reciprocal concessions! Transnistria and Moldova, especially given the attitude of the majority of the people there towards Russia, should be, as it is fashionable to say, a RED BLACK, for which globalizers and European integrators can’t go! And so already all that is possible ..... whether! There is nowhere to retreat!
  23. coserg 2012
    coserg 2012 10 December 2013 18: 24
    +1
    It seems that we don’t seem to care. But in fact, while building up our muscles (hard and curved) and giving the guys a taste of that much-vaunted sweet carrot, and when they turn on the back one, then there will be a substantive conversation. that independent reasonable things do not want to hear.
  24. Flooding
    Flooding 10 December 2013 19: 18
    +1
    A little about the present of Moldova and a little thought about the future of the country in the light of the upcoming European integration:
  25. zinander
    zinander 10 December 2013 20: 23
    0
    Quote: Sakhalininets
    Mamalygam need not show anything, for these settled gypsies only the language of force is clear. The Great Gypsy ambitions from Transylvania from Odessa are well treated with full-weight bombing and blockade of the coast.

    It’s enough just to threaten with a finger everyone will understand.
  26. kair_kz
    kair_kz 10 December 2013 20: 28
    +1
    Hmm, history does not teach Romanians anything, Russians will someday come again ..
    1. GastaClaus69
      GastaClaus69 10 December 2013 23: 02
      +1
      Well, if so, then the Mongols should have arrived, maybe they got stuck in traffic jams in Ulan Bator? request
  27. saag
    saag 10 December 2013 21: 31
    0
    Quote: Clegg
    I prefer American sites)))

    Azattyk probably
  28. voliador
    voliador 10 December 2013 22: 14
    0
    And where can you get the money for everyone you need to work closely with, can you tell me?
  29. alone
    alone 10 December 2013 22: 46
    -1
    After reading the majority of comments, the great science fiction writers of the whole world viciously broke their pens and promised not to write anything else.

    some are already sharing entire states, others are threatening with their fingers, while others are generally ready to scatter poplars.
    but is there nothing more real and reasonable to suggest that Moldova should be interested in being with Russia?
  30. Evkur
    Evkur 11 December 2013 01: 02
    +1
    How to build the southern stream so immediately and Moldova to get involved so, on the contrary, Romania will be asked to join the alliance with the Russian Federation. You will see, time will tell :)
  31. mihai_md2003
    mihai_md2003 11 December 2013 01: 21
    +1
    Russians rise faster from their knees and defend their interests, as our grandfathers have done more than once. And then everything will fall into place. Enough of slandering the Soviet legacy, it is necessary to develop the economy. Romanians want to arrange all this chaos while they are busy with Russia and other problems. Moldova and Russia, everyone who knows history, knows how to read and thinks about what they read, understands where the future is and where the empty ringing. Do not listen to our temporary workers in the government, they temporarily made their way to parliament through a coup. At the next election, everything will change. The people will remember everything!
  32. Klim podkova
    Klim podkova 11 December 2013 02: 36
    +1
    When the standard of living in Russia is 2-3 times higher than European, many former Soviet republics themselves will begin to ask for a vehicle, and the conversation will be completely different:
    - Our conditions: join the Russian Federation as a federal republic.
    - Agree on the rights of an ordinary province!
    - Russian is the second state language in the republic.
    - Russian - the only state and official!
    - Sell half of all your businesses.
    - Take everything for nothing!
    I want to believe that I will see it.
  33. darkman70
    darkman70 11 December 2013 11: 13
    +1
    Everything that happens in Moldova and other former republics of the USSR comes from the inaction of Russia. We need to pursue a firm and clear policy to protect our interests in the countries of the former Union. And still, at the same time, I think that there will be no unification with Romania. Romanians have a small intestine. Moreover, I think that Romania itself will cease to exist in the near future. After the world wars they were fabulously lucky, there won’t be a third time.
    And I want to support the above about the distribution of Russian passports, as the Romanians do. Moreover, in fact, the Moldavians are quite close in mentality to the Russians and very quickly Russify.