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Political occupation of Moldova. What can Eurasia answer?

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Political occupation of Moldova. What can Eurasia answer?Romanian President Traian Basescu stated the need to support the current Moldovan authorities on the path of European integration, as well as to resist the “provocations” emanating from Gagauzia and Transnistria. If the “provocateurs” achieve their goal (that is, Moldova will stop on the path of the Association with the EU, like Ukraine), Romania is supposedly ready to make a “political proposal”.


What is meant by this, Basescu elaborated a little earlier, exactly under the New Year. In his opinion, the accession of Moldova to Romania should become the third task on a national scale after the entry of Bucharest into NATO and the European Union.

In order to be safe, Basescu, this ideological follower of the fascist marshal Ion Antonescu, invites the European Union to sign the Association before the parliamentary elections (to be held at the end of 2014). And then suddenly the Moldovan people will choose the left-wing patriotic opposition, which stands radically in pro-Eurasian, Moldovan positions. Because he will choose her after all: according to the results of a recent trip to Chisinau, a steady impression was created that the locals are ready to raise the existing “Alliance for European Integration” by forks.

"Eurasian provocateurs"

The Romanian president knowingly mentioned Transnistria and Gagauzia as “provocative” regions. The fact is that the cultural, mental, political occupation of Moldova today is almost a fait accompli. Tiraspol and Comrat in this case act as the last stronghold that holds the territorial occupation for the time being.

However, in present conditions much more depends on Gagauzia. Everything seems to be clear with Transnistria: the Eurasian integration is supported by 90% of the population, the Russian military base is perceived as a defender of national interests, and Romania, along with the imposition of its language and culture, is perceived as an occupier. As a result, Chisinau itself recently established immigration posts at the border with the recalcitrant region, which recorded at least its territorial recognition.

But Gagauzia - that's bad luck - independence does not require, on the contrary, it requires the strengthening of the Moldovan statehood. Paradox: when the Constitutional Court of Moldova recognizes that the state language is Romanian, and not Moldovan, the Gagauz parliament adopts a resolution to study only Moldovan and Moldovan in educational institutions stories on the territory of autonomy. Further more. Both the opposition and the majority in the Gagauz parliament, between which there is a fierce political confrontation, unexpectedly unite on the need for a referendum on an external vector. This, in fact, took place on February 2: the Gagauz were asked to decide whether they want to integrate into the European or Customs Union. The choice in favor of the latter, I believe, is obvious.

Romania on the offensive

But the rest of Moldova is almost completely under Romanian influence. There are several tools here. Firstly, the main one is the institution of dual citizenship. Of course, citizenship is often not Russian, Ukrainian, or some other, but Romanian. Yes, for the most part, citizenship is formal: the Moldovans just want to go to Europe to earn money. But after all, bringing the Romanian oath, the answer to a question in any instance “who are you?” - “Romanian” carry a certain ritual meaning, which with the next generation will blur the boundaries of the former identity. And then the transformation into Romanian will happen by itself.

The second method of influence is political parties, public organizations, near-state structures and institutions. In fact, today there are about a dozen public organizations advocating the abolition of Moldovan statehood as such, and an infinite number - simply for the Romanianization of the entire cultural and social life of the country, without directly joining Romania.

The third method of influence is the training of young Moldovans in Romanian universities, with the subsequent “expulsion” of them back to Moldova. It is clear that young brains washed in the spirit of “Great Romania” are returning to their native Bessarabian land, mostly Romanian chauvinists and Moldavian phobias. There is a living example among top-level politicians - the mayor of Chisinau, Dorin Chirtoaca. A native of the capital, in 2001, he graduated from the University of Bucharest. and in 2007, with scandal, he won the election of the mayor of the main city of Moldova. It goes without saying, for the 7 years of leadership of the capital, it was not enough that brought the city to a real infrastructural collapse, it was also remembered as a frank russophobe, Moldavofob and unionist.

Finally, the media. The overwhelming majority of the Romanian-language press is controlled either by Romania or its residents within the country, two popular channels are already openly engaged in pro-Romanian propaganda (“Public” and “JurnalTV”). The most interesting thing is that the supporters of “Great Romania” make some of their content in Russian in order to be able to be heard and to have an excellent audience. In this regard, the Romanian nationalists, of course, did much more cunning than their Ukrainian counterparts.

Silence of Eurasia

And the saddest thing in the current picture is the absolute, almost total silence of Eurasia against this background. Political parties and public organizations are forced to defend the Eurasian choice of Moldovans on their own - to organize rallies, hold referendums, gather round tables, physically resist unionists. And all this even without the moral support of Moscow, Astana and Minsk.

The influence of Eurasian media is limited to the retransmission of Russian TV channels (and even recently some of them are limited in broadcasting), a couple of branches of major Russian newspapers (such as the pacifist Komsomolskaya Pravda and Argumentov i Fakty "and the liberal Kommersant sympathetic to the Romanians. and also the almost complete absence of Internet portals stimulated financially from Eurasia. On whether there are targeted training programs for Moldovans in Russian, Belarusian or Kazakh universities, I would generally say nothing better.

Moldova is not lost

And yet Moldova is not lost for Eurasia and will not be lost in the near future. Because, unlike Ukraine, the Eurasian movement here is developed, well organized and self-sufficient. At one time, the lack of direct support from Russia did not become an obstacle for Transnistria to become a real Eurasian outpost on the Dniester. Today, Gagauzia, as well as the directly Moldovan opposition, independently, without any external pointer, chooses the only acceptable Eurasian vector of development.

This is what irritates Romania most of all today, because Basescu understands that there is no “Kremlin hand” behind such processes. And if that finally arises, I think the Romanian plans for the creeping occupation of Moldova will have to seriously move.
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  1. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 7 February 2014 12: 21
    +13
    Moldovans need to remember how the Romanians treated them at a time when part of Moldova was under Romanian rule. Just as the British treated the Irish, as the Swedes to the Finns. Speaking in Russian, as to dogs. Short memory in Moldova.
    1. Aryan
      Aryan 7 February 2014 15: 50
      -12%
      Not really yours
      Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity
      even despite the Soviet period of development
      dictator Ceausescu never betrayed the interests of his state

      and here with Moldova and a single language, the Orthodox Faith and culture
      here let the brothers understand

      and in the times before the 40s there were many educational institutions organized
      and I was very struck by the history of the occupation of Odessa by Romanians
      I know that Moscow’s echo is not appreciated here
      but here is a vivid example
      http://www.echo.msk.ru/sounds/1160622.html

      "
      O. BUDNITSKY: Of a hundred thousand. Romanians began to behave in relation to the murders of Jews, in relation to the extermination of the Jewish population is somewhat safer, I would say when it became clear that the scales are leaning in the opposite direction, after Stalingrad, in general, relations have changed significantly. After Stalingrad, in general, it was clear that there could be no talk of any Transnistria within Romania, and it could hardly be said seriously that the outcome of the war generally went to the other side. Then such chances appeared to somehow survive, and many people lived to see the liberation of the Red Army.


      "

      it would be so simple, you would have known for a long time
      1. Aryan
        Aryan 7 February 2014 16: 10
        -8
        O. BUDNITSKY: Book format. Here Alexander Werth was one of the first journalists who arrived in Odessa after his release. Let me remind you, this is April of the 44th year. And, of course, he was the first foreign correspondent who arrived there. Here is what he wrote down and recalled, I quote: “The Bristol Hotel, a huge, ridiculous-looking building with clumsy caryatids three stories high, was located on Pushkinskaya Street. All windows of the building were knocked out. The hotel was served by two doormans: an old man with a black beard, a former Odessa port worker-bindjacker with a hoarse voice and a sharp unpleasant laugh, and his assistant, a roguish-looking old man with a gray beard. Both usually sat on the sidewalk in front of the hotel and watched Odessa girls dressed in light dresses passing by groups of 4-5 people. They made obscene remarks at the girls, while the rogue-looking old man was telling different jokes. For example, the story of two girls who lived in the same house as him, of which one specialized in Romanian and the other in German officers. And how they shared their experiences with each other. There were no prohibitions here, it was Odessa with its indestructible soul of the criminal world, which resurrected in memory the adventures of Babel's Beni Creek, the king of Odessa gangsters. The Soviet regime could not have destroyed this very soul, perhaps, even in a hundred years. ” According to Werth, “Many Odessa residents felt like a fish in the water in the seemingly careless Odessa, like it was under Antonescu, with its restaurants and the black market, its houses of tolerance and gambling dens, clubs for playing lotto, cabaret and all other attributes "European culture," in quotation marks, he himself quotes in quotation marks, including with an opera, ballet and a symphony orchestra. " Just imagine any other occupied city with opera, ballet, symphony orchestras and so on. All this sounds completely unusual ...

        I do not protect them, they came to Odessa as to their home
        therefore, they cherished their own from the German National Socialists
        because Jews were a significant part of the region’s economy
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      3. Horst78
        Horst78 7 February 2014 16: 28
        +7
        when it became clear that the scales were leaning in the opposite direction, after Stalingrad
        that the outcome of the war generally went to the other side.
        This is where the Romanian gut appeared. We are with those who win and it does not matter who it is.
        and many people lived to be liberated by the Red Army.
        Poor things, they freed them, and they walked forward across the USSR with a proud head, destroying all living things. As the saying goes, "Such friends are not my friends at all." Remember such "feathers" no one respects and simply despises.
        1. Vasek
          Vasek 7 February 2014 20: 39
          +3
          Quote: Horst78
          This is where the Romanian gut appeared. We are with those who win and it does not matter who it is.

          In this regard, the Poles are brothers to them, not Moldovans!
      4. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 7 February 2014 17: 27
        +2
        Quote: Aryan
        Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity

        Well, of course, well done, you think, they held Moldavan for second-class people, and judging by your answer, they did the right thing. hi
        Quote: Aryan
        it would be so simple, you would have known for a long time

        Yes, everything is simple - in Ukraine they made heroes from the UPA, SS legionnaires in the Baltic States receive awards, and in Europe they forgot who saved them from Hitler. So you forgot who is friend and who is enemy.
      5. Ivan.
        Ivan. 7 February 2014 17: 32
        +4
        Quote: Aryan
        Not really yours
        Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity
        even despite the Soviet period of development

        Did someone bother them especially?
        Quote: Aryan
        Ceausescu never betrayed the interests of his state

        And here Ceausescu, who was killed along with his wife like a royal family.
        Quote: Aryan
        with Moldova and a single language, Orthodox Faith and Culture
        here let the brothers understand

        It’s very similar but not uniform, the Orthodox is not the same, but the culture and mentality are completely different, albeit a little similar.
        And on the account themselves are sorted out, Transnistria, like the South (Bessarabia, and I think not only), the territory of the former RI and the USSR and the Romanians are not on their way. If the Moldovan people will let this scam go with a fool, then normal relations are ordered with all the former republics and Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and then Romania does not shine, its owners from the Washington regional committee do not care about the waste material.
        Quote: Aryan
        and in the times before the 40s there were many educational institutions organized

        If somewhere something was only for Romanian purposes, but meanwhile they themselves exported industry and acted like colonizers.
        There is something to read -http: //kosarev.press.md/Utopia-menu-0.htm
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      7. Stalker
        Stalker 7 February 2014 19: 53
        +3
        Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity

        Nobody interfered with them, just like the rest, not only in the "Warsaw Pact" but also in the Baltic states. Tell the young man something else, What did Romania supply to the USSR? And on what shishi your parents lived in the villages BETTER than the Russians in Moscow ??? ...
        1. Aryan
          Aryan 7 February 2014 20: 50
          -3
          I live here
          and I know what's going on here
          and had to wander around and talk to simple shepherds
          on different banks of the Prut and Dniester

          the most offensive, we all disagree each with their own opinion
          and don’t want to search for TRUTH
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          2. Stalker
            Stalker 7 February 2014 21: 51
            +1
            I live here
            and I know what's going on here
            and had to wander around and talk to simple shepherds
            on different banks of the Prut and Dniester


            1 question ... How old are you?
            2 The question is how much do you live in Romania?
            3 Question By chance you are not called by Christ, since you have been in communion with the shepherds - males for so long?

            Talk and ask those who are over 50 years old.
        2. Aryan
          Aryan 7 February 2014 20: 50
          -1
          I live here
          and I know what's going on here
          and had to wander around and talk to simple shepherds
          on different banks of the Prut and Dniester

          the most offensive, we all disagree each with their own opinion
          and don’t want to search for TRUTH
      8. Vasek
        Vasek 7 February 2014 20: 38
        +5
        Quote: Aryan
        Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity
        even despite the Soviet period of development
        dictator Ceausescu never betrayed the interests of his state

        Look, countrywoman, this video:
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcbSyVXGDXc
        maybe the desire to break into such Europe will decrease!
        And what kind of Romanians are brothers in Moldova, try to tell my grandmother - I just warn you, the profanity in her answer is guaranteed.

        Romanian borscht recipe:
        1). Steal the pot ...
        1. Aryan
          Aryan 7 February 2014 21: 07
          0
          here I also can’t understand this in any way
          but I repeat
          Romanians saved their heritage, but Moldova is very hard
          so why do the brothers swear?

          I was also struck by the story when the Germans raised weapons against Romanians in a Bessarabian village
          after my cousin stealed a pair of cigarettes and caught him by the ear

          Eugene Doga said a very important topic
          Moldovans, come back home
          until someone else takes your place
          here and at the end of the Zdubov song about it said




          Zdob si
          Zdub - Moldovenii s-au nascut


          Zdob si
          Zdub - How Moldavians appeared




          La o margine de lume

          Unde dumnezeu a vrut

          Intr-o zi inseninata

          Moldovenii s-au nascut

          Printre codri si coline

          Linga Nistru, linga Prut

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna

          Moldovenii s-au nascut


          La o margine de lume

          Unde dumnezeu a vrut

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna

          Moldovenii s-au nascut.


          Unde soarele rasare

          Unde griul e crescut

          Linga un butuc de poame

          Moldovenii s-au nascut


          Unde pasarile canta

          Unde pestele nu-i mut

          Linga turma de oi dalbe

          Moldovenii s-au nascut.


          La o margine de lume

          Unde dumnezeu a vrut

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna

          Moldovenii s-au nascut.


          Unde doina-i auzita

          Unde jocul e vazut

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna

          Moldovenii s-au nascut


          Unde painea e cinstita,
          Unde omul e crezut,

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna,

          Moldovenii s-au nascut.


          La o margine de lume,

          Unde Dumnezeu a vrut,

          Intr-o zi cu voie buna,

          Moldovenii s-au nascut.



          On the edge of the world,

          Where the Lord desired

          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.


          Amid forests and hills

          Near the Dniester, near the Prut

          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.


          On the edge of the world,

          Where the Lord desired

          Once, on a wonderful day
          Moldavians appeared.


          Where the sun rises

          Where does the wheat grow

          Next to a barrel of grapes

          Moldavians appeared.

          Where the birds sing

          Where the fish are not silent

          Near the flock of white sheep

          Moldavians appeared.


          On the edge of the world,

          Where the Lord desired

          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.


          Where doina is heard

          Where is the jock visible

          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.

          Where bread is worshiped

          Where man believes
          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.


          On the edge of the world,

          Where the Lord desired

          Once, on a wonderful day

          Moldavians appeared.

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      9. Su24
        Su24 8 February 2014 02: 00
        +2
        Quote: Aryan
        Not really yours
        Romanians are already Moldovans who have preserved their culture and national identity
        even despite the Soviet period of development
        dictator Ceausescu never betrayed the interests of his state

        and here with Moldova and a single language, the Orthodox Faith and culture


        And why did Romania have to lose its identity? Have any peoples from the countries of the socialist camp lost?
        Well, if you mention Orthodoxy, you should understand that you need to get out of the EU and NATO as soon as possible and establish normal allied relations with Russia.
      10. Aleksandr65
        Aleksandr65 8 February 2014 06: 13
        +3
        In Odessa, tell someone about the "good" Romanians who came to their "home". They can beat the muzzle! they are still hated there. : October 1941 "... the most terrible sight was Aleksandrovsky Prospekt - about four hundred townspeople were hanged on it. Columns of captured hostages were driven to the Lyustdorf road, to the area of ​​artillery depots, where they were shot or burned alive. After the war, mass graves were found over 22 corpses. "And that was just the beginning! they killed 000 people, mostly Jews, on the territory of Bessarabia during World War II. So it was!
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  2. bodriy
    bodriy 7 February 2014 15: 32
    +1
    The mosaic does not open, it writes malware from the aksakal site, how am I going to be without it belay
  3. Yura
    Yura 7 February 2014 15: 34
    +6
    Quote: Ingvar 72
    Moldovans need to remember how the Romanians treated them at a time when part of Moldova was under Romanian rule.

    No way, how else could you relate to the working cattle for which the Moldovans held the Romanians.
  4. shelva
    shelva 7 February 2014 15: 44
    +10
    “Gypsies of all countries, unite!”, How can you be brainwashed “in the spirit of Great Romania” ?, a riddle. As the very fact of existence at least sometime of "Great Romania" is mysterious.
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 7 February 2014 17: 09
      +3
      Do not blaspheme! wink The President of Romania sincerely believes that Romania is the Fourth Rome. A very handy active companion. During his reign, he managed to quarrel with all neighbors and put forward territorial claims to everyone. Well, just China in miniature.
  5. Freemason
    Freemason 7 February 2014 15: 48
    +10
    So for thought .. I have one friend from Moldova, he works in Russia, namely at a plant for the production of sparkling wines. There are about 70% of Moldovans, both "young" and "old". So, the joke is that neither old people nor young people want to go to live and work in Europe. Most at least. Yes, their businessmen have already registered there, but they live and dance according to the rules of Europe, trying to match their European colleagues. In Moldova, they are, of course, weighty people ... with money. And all the other ordinary people. They have one concern: raising children, providing housing and providing education. And they work everywhere: in Belarus, in Russia and in Ukraine, where you can earn money and feed your family in your homeland.
    And what will the Romanians give them? And most importantly ... Do the Moldovans want to unite with the Romanians whom they hate really?
    1. Vasek
      Vasek 7 February 2014 20: 52
      +5
      Quote: Farmason
      Do the Moldovans want to unite with the Romanians whom they hate really?

      This is what the Romanians want.
      If anyone ever crossed the border from Romania to Moldova, he probably noticed that the overgrown wastelands suddenly turned into manicured fields and vineyards, and the skewed huts of Romanian villages turned into whitewashed stone houses of Moldavian villages.
      A gypsy Romanian needs land for vagrancy, and let Moldovans grow crops! That's why they want to unite. Well, at the same time, to annoy Russia ...
  6. vo.dum
    vo.dum 7 February 2014 15: 49
    +4
    It is not stated in the article that the third city in Moldova-Balti wants to hold a referendum the same ... and this is the north of Moldova ...- they interfere not childishly ... I really don’t know how Russia’s mass ban on crossing the Russian border will turn out 190 thousand. It’s in such a mood ... tomorrow it will not become something to feed the children, and it will be possible to go only to Romania, and that Russia is it right, without giving exemptions for Moldovan citizens to obtain Russian citizenship? Romanians give, Ukrainians the same ... Russia but he expects that everything itself will come ... it will not come if nothing is done for this ... hi
  7. baltika-18
    baltika-18 7 February 2014 16: 02
    +2
    The title of the article is strange: "The political occupation of Moldova. What can Eurasia answer?"
    If the author wanted to know "how will Russia answer?", Then he would have asked.
    And Eurasia is generally the name of the continent, which includes both the European and Asian parts.
    Did political youngsters not learn geography?
  8. alex-s
    alex-s 7 February 2014 16: 04
    +1
    This is what irritates Romania most of all today, because Basescu understands that there is no “Kremlin hand” behind such processes. And if that finally arises, I think the Romanian plans for the creeping occupation of Moldova will have to seriously move.

    It is not clear only why there is no "hand"?
  9. VadimSt
    VadimSt 7 February 2014 16: 23
    0
    And the saddest thing in the current picture is the absolute, almost total silence of Eurasia against this background. Political parties and public organizations are forced to defend the Eurasian choice of Moldovans on their own - to organize rallies, hold referendums, gather round tables, physically resist unionists. And all this even without the moral support of Moscow, Astana and Minsk.

    The anxiety is understandable, but it can also be interpreted as an attempt to "shake, tie or pull" into the current and subsequent events in Moldova - Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. Very often, with good intentions, "experts" turn into another company on charges of interference in the affairs of the independent and sovereign. True, this always applies exclusively to "Moscow", the West, always "brings only democracy."
  10. 120352
    120352 7 February 2014 16: 50
    +3
    You just have to come and say: "Sorry, Europe. When we left here, we accidentally left our little thing." And take Moldova back. And Transnistria has always been either Ottoman or Russian. But the Ottomans are gone. So it is ours.
  11. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 7 February 2014 17: 15
    +3
    Romanians with the Poles will definitely play out ..! They smell like jackals hoping for the fall of a haggard and bloodless Ukraine. To tear it apart by biting each other .. (but they smell the warning roar of a Russian bear.) Which will sweep the hell out of them with one paw .. You watch how you intensified .. angry
  12. Stinger
    Stinger 7 February 2014 17: 35
    -3
    And yet Moldova is not lost for Eurasia and will not be lost in the near future.

    It is right. But does Eurasia need it? That is the question! As Comrade Shakespeare said.
  13. voliador
    voliador 7 February 2014 20: 06
    +1
    The Romanian political elite simply distracts its population from its own, Romanian problems in the economy. There is no money, so even the idea of ​​a great Romanian population to brainwash that would not have kicked this elite out of power with kicks in the ass.
  14. huginn
    huginn 7 February 2014 20: 19
    +1
    Just Moldovans want to work in the EU and do not care about the statehood of both Moldova and Romania.
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  16. huginn
    huginn 7 February 2014 20: 24
    +1
    Meanwhile, the Romanian newspaper Adevarul on January 26 openly asked about a possible armed invasion of the territory of Northern Bukovina and Southern Bessarabia "to protect the Romanians living in the territory of the current state of Ukraine", which the article called "artificial".
  17. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 8 February 2014 00: 07
    +1
    Few of them in the Don at the end of 42 beginning of 43 froze! Forgot ! They would sit and be silent, but no, the gypsy camp in GREAT decided to join. They joined the EU, just as your boyars were stupid and spineless, they remained. Look, they wanted a piece of Ukraine! And in the impudent Romanian face do not want to?
  18. kind
    kind 8 February 2014 05: 57
    0
    Read carefully the story from around the 16th century. There is mention of Moldova and its rulers, but Romania was created much later artificially, as a result of numerous wars, and on the lands of Hungary and Moldova, this explains the similarity of languages.
    In order to understand why the current president of Romania is so aggressive, one should look at how Russian-Romanian relations developed earlier, and where, in fact, Romania came from on the world map. Around the XIV century, two principalities were formed: Moldavian and the Principality of Wallachia. In the XV century, both of them were conquered by the Ottoman Empire. In the XNUMXth century, the Transylvanian Principality appeared, which also fell under the control of the Turkish Sultan. In the XVII and XVIII centuries, part of the territories of the principalities went to Austria. Their Orthodox population was brutally oppressed by the Austrians, Magyars, and Turks. The Orthodox suffered especially in Wallachia and Moldova under the Islamic yoke, which was as heavy as in Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia. The future of all these peoples turned out to be connected with the struggle of Russia against Turkey.
    As a result of the Russian-Turkish war of 1768-1774 in the Kyuchuk-Kainardzhiysky world, Russia received the territory of Ukraine to the Southern Bug. During the war of 1787-1791, Turkey, with the support of Great Britain, France and Prussia, tried to recapture Crimea and Transcaucasia from Russia. However, thanks to the brilliant victories of Suvorov, who took Izmail, Russia, according to the results of the Iasi Peace, signed in the capital of the Principality of Moldova, regained the territory between the Southern Bug and the Dniester. In Moldova and Wallachia, pro-Russian sovereigns were brought to power. The life of people in both principalities became much easier, but Turkey could not tolerate this and replaced the pro-Russian rulers. In 1806, the next Russo-Turkish war began. It ended in 1812 with the Bucharest world. According to it, Bessarabia left Russia.
  19. kind
    kind 8 February 2014 05: 57
    0
    Like someone or not, but in 1812 Russia liberated the Pruto-Dniester Moldova from the Ottomans and Nogai Tatars, united, restored and protected these lands. The Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church united all the parishes of the Moldavian spiritual territory and approved the hierarchical structures of the Moldavian Orthodox Church, creating the Metropolis of Chisinau and Khotinsky. Moldovan Orthodox co-religionists were freed. However, the modern authorities of Romania and Moldova interpret these events differently. They see them not as a liberation from the yoke, but as a violent dismemberment of the Romanian state that did not exist at that time.
    Unfortunately, as a result of the Crimean War, which Russia waged with Turkey, England, France and Sardinia, a protectorate of great powers was established over Moldova and Wallachia. And instead of becoming the pillar of Russia, the principalities that we liberated turned into means of pressure on Russia. The Romanian state was constructed by France and England after the Crimean War of 1856-1863 with the aim of using it as a buffer that impedes the buildup of Russia's geopolitical influence in the Balkans and tears apart the peculiar Slavic world in Southeast Europe.
  20. kind
    kind 8 February 2014 06: 04
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    The first ruler of the newly made state was the former officer of the Russian army, Alexander Kuza. But despite this, he immediately began to implement a pro-Western, anti-Russian policy. In 1860, he legalized the Latin alphabet for the Romanian language, and in fact the Cyrillic alphabet was common for Moldavians, and the Church Slavonic language was also in use. “Church Slavonic language occupied one of the most honorable places in the hierarchy of Moldavian values. A significant part of Moldavians owned it already because in the early era 40% of the population of Moldova were Rusyns, descendants of the inhabitants of ancient Rus. Church Slavonic language was the official language of the Principality of Moldova ”(Shornikov P.M. Moldavian identity). Alexander Kuza confiscated all the property of the monasteries in favor of the state and looted the Orthodox churches. The West fully supported the aspirations of the Romanians, who tried to Romanize the pro-Russian-minded Moldavians, who fell into trouble, under the rule of Bucharest. However, the former Russian officer Cuza did not rule Romania for long. He was exchanged for Carol I of the German dynasty of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.
  21. Papania
    Papania 8 February 2014 08: 37
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    What to talk about, it remains only to spit and express themselves.