Transnistria

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Trans·nis·tri·a

 (trăns-nē′strē-ə)
A region of Moldova east of the Dniester River bordering on Ukraine. Following Moldovan independence from the USSR in 1991, Transnistria unilaterally seceded from Moldova, establishing a de facto independent state.
Translations
Приднестровие
Transnístria
Podněstří
Transnistrien
ĈednestrioTransdnestrioTransnistrio
Transnistria
Transnistria
Transnistria
TransnistrieTransdniestrie
טרנסניסטריה
Pridnjestrovska Moldavska Republika
Dnyeszter-menti Moldáv Köztársaság
Transnistria
Transnistria
沿ドニエストル共和国
트란스니스트리아
Padniestrė
Piedņestras Moldāvu Republika
Trans-Nistrië
Transnistria
Naddniestrze
Transnístria
Transnistria
Podnestersko
Придњестровље
Transnistrien
Придністров'я
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But in a sign that it may have set its sights beyond Crimea, Russian Deputy Premier Dmitry Rogozin said he had brought a petition by residents of Moldova's Russian-speaking breakaway region of Transdnestria backing union with Russia.
But in a sign it may have set its sights beyond Crimea, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said he had brought a petition by residents of Moldova's Russian-speaking breakaway region of Transdnestria backing union with Russia.
The subjects it has suggested cover local problems in Transdnestria (on the Moldova-Ukraine border) and Nagorno-Karabakh (the territory at the heart of the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan) as well as in the Northern Caucasus.