Moscow will give way to Transnistria?

Moscow will give way to Transnistria?
In Chisinau and Bucharest apparently believe that the time has come for Gorbachev-2: according to Romanian media reports, Medvedev and Obama have a secret agreement that Moscow will surrender the Transnistrian Republic of Moldova and support the European integration of Moldova through entry into Romania.


And for some it is even a “victory” - they say, in order to gain influence on “all of Moldova”, the Russian Federation must “give Transnistria” to Chisinau. Romanian journalists believe that Dmitry Medvedev and Barack Obama’s agreement includes several points:

- The demilitarization of Transnistria, the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from it. In general, this would be a legally correct step, since the Russian Federation did not recognize the independence of the Transdniestrian Moldavian Republic (Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika), they are officially part of Moldova, and the latter has established the status of neutrality, according to it there should not be foreign troops on its territory. External forces are putting pressure on Russia - 10 July The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly approved a resolution in which it supported the withdrawal of the Russian military from Transnistria and for the transformation of the peacekeeping operation. By this, it is meant that the place of the Russian forces even before the settlement of this conflict should come civilian observers under the auspices of the OSCE. And in Moldova, they raised the question that Chisinau "insists on the need for the Russian Federation to complete the process of withdrawing its troops and removing ammunition from the territory of the republic in accordance with the commitments made during the OSCE Istanbul Summit in 1999."

After the withdrawal of our peacekeepers, Russia will not have any leverage to influence the situation. The Russian and Ukrainian business will lose, but all the advantages, including economic ones, will be at Bucharest. Dreams of "Great Romania" will begin to materialize. Kiev will also lose the geopolitical plan - Romania already makes territorial claims to it, and after the liquidation of the Transdnistrian Moldavian Republic, the situation will become even more complicated.

- Forcing the Transnistrian republic to become part of Moldova, on the terms of Chisinau. Thus, the director of the Chisinau Institute for Public Policy, Arkady Barberoshye, said that “Tiraspol must agree to the formula, which is spelled out in Moldovan law of 2005. And it excludes federalization. So one option remains - Moscow must find such a Transnistrian leader who agrees to the conditions of Chisinau. ” I wonder why Moscow is? This is possible only if the head of state is a frank traitor of her national interests, such as M. Gorbachev.

In fact, Moscow is being offered to withdraw troops unilaterally, to put pressure on the Transnistrian authorities to disarm their forces, allow the entry of Moldovan troops, eliminating their actual sovereignty.

- To support the efforts of Moldova to join the EU, apparently already within Romania, to help accelerate the "Europeanization" of the united Moldavian Republic.

It is clear that the residents of Transnistria will not accept this; they have already declared their readiness to join the Russian Federation more than once, as one of the regions, and that would be a good step. The fact that the TMR "unrecognized" republic should not embarrass Moscow. Our compatriots live there, victims of the collapse of the Soviet Union, who do not want “Westernization” and Russia does not have the right to “give up” them as serfs, at the request of Chisinau, Bucharest or Brussels. If they have chosen for themselves the path of unity with Russia, they should be supported in this, and not push away, let alone “give” Chisinau, Bucharest.

Sources of:
http://www.edrus.org/content/view/22932/53/
http://www.rosbalt.ru/main/2011/07/18/870305.html
http://www.ng.ru/cis/2011-07-07/1_pridnestrovie.html
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  1. Superduck
    Superduck 22 July 2011 11: 03 New
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    Yes, it will be a real drain. At one time, the PMR and Moldova (unofficially) were not against even entering Ukraine, well, the people liked this idea more than shit in the hole, it was right after the war. However, there was no political will in Ukraine and Moscow was against it. Now nobody knows what to do with them, Russia doesn’t need them either, even if they somehow enter the RF sideways, then all the neighbors will sell the status of the demilitarized zone, that's for sure.
    If we talk about the population of Moldova, the author a little bent so to speak about their pro-Russian. If there is one factory in Transdniestria, if one is not mistaken, a part of the population lives from the land, but most of them are engaged in smuggling, they don’t care for a long time, they bring cigarettes to Ukraine and get it back, this is their national idea. They have long been integrated Moldova in this regard, very many have Moldovan passports. As soon as this shop closes they will be out of work, all this is beneficial to them, and of course Smirnov too.
    I’m generally boiling with such articles, to read so the half of the world wants to unite with Russia. Sorry guys, but that’s not entirely true.
  2. folko
    folko 22 July 2011 18: 47 New
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    I have never seen a more superficial and stereotypical idea of ​​Transdniestria, I have never seen a more pro-Russian population anywhere, their young people study at our universities, dream of working in Russia and reviving their homeland in the status of a region of the Russian Federation.
    And this is not even looking at the silence of our government during the war and non-recognition
    1. alex_97597
      alex_97597 22 July 2011 22: 44 New
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      I live in the PMR and many here do not like the fact that Russian troops are standing here.
  3. datur 22 July 2011 22: 58 New
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    alex_97597Do you want Moldovans or Americans in return ?? Oh well.
  4. Ivan35
    Ivan35 22 July 2011 23: 04 New
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    . I don’t know what mood in Transnistria - if for an alliance - then it’s a sin not to support
    If not, then you will not be forcibly sweet.
  5. Tambovskiy volk
    Tambovskiy volk 19 February 2012 13: 06 New
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    Definitely the Russian Federation will leave from there.