Transnistria and Moldova in the Context of Euro

Transnistria and Moldova in the Context of Euro-Atlantic Integration

Boris ASAROV, Pro Europe Movement, Tiraspol: The unstable existence of the Republic of Moldova, which is the result of the USSR collapse, and the functioning in the conditions of international non-recognition of Transnistria give little chances for even a re-integrated state to develop in a stable way.

Raport ICG Moldova si Transnistria

International Crisis Group

ICG Europe Report N°147, 2003 







The conflict in the Transdniestrian region of the Republic of Moldova is not as charged with ethnic hatred and ancient grievances as others in the area of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and it is more conducive to a sustainable settlement.





By Achilles Skordas, Adjunct Fellow

Western Policy Center

Washington, DC, USA

December 2004

     In the shadow of the Ukraine crisis, the Moldovan
province of Transnistria, part of a wider pattern of structural instability
in the region at the heart of the Eurasia bridge between NATO and Russia, is
the looming flashpoint of the Black Sea region. On the east bank of the
Dniester River, Transnistria is legally part of the Republic of Moldova but
seceded from it in 1992 with the open support of Russia.

Transnistria Documentar

Totul despre Transnistria (I)

Transnistria- ,,Ţara noastră de dincolo de Nistru”

Ţara nimănui

Transnistria în sens geografic este delimitată de malul de 800 km al Nistrului, de malul de 600 km al Bugului şi litoralul de 150 km al Mării Negre1.Prin români transnistrieni înţelegem însă pe toţi cei de dincolo de Nistru,cuprinzând Podolia şi mergând până la Nipru ba chiar Don, în Crimeea, Caucaz şi Siberia.