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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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The Moldovan delegation to the OSCE delivered a national speech reiterating the necessity to promote the 5+2 negotiation process on Transnistrian conflict settlement and support for the peaceful conflict resolution in Ukraine.
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Russian peacekeepers were deployed to the conflict zone in accordance with the Agreement on the principles of the peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova, signed with Chisinau on July 21, 1992.
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