Gagauzi


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Gagauzi

(ɡəˈɡɔːzɪ)
n
(Languages) a language spoken chiefly in Ukraine, on the NW coast of the Black Sea, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic family
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When the Supreme Soviet pushed ahead with the reforms, the Russians and Gagauzi made plans to declare their own independent political structures.
With the existence of an independent Moldovan state, the Russians and Gagauzi felt more threatened than ever.
First, little progress has been made in placating the separatist Russians and Gagauzi.
While independence and territorial integrity are still threatened by the Gagauzi and the Transnistrians, the Moldovan leadership have begun to take a softer line on the separatists, purging the most radical pro-unification elements from the parliament and government.