Three images to help you understand the difference between Transnistria and Pridnestrovie.
There is no way to deny that “Transnistria” is the Holocaust name for this land, and it is a name without any historical justification or evidence.
In which the US Embassy breaks all virus quarantine rules to score some cheap propaganda points
Here in PMR, we are now sealed off from the rest of the world.
It turns out that REAL democracy is actually pretty cool…
Do good things EVER happen in Romania?
The United States refused to recognize the 1920 annexation of Bessarabia (Moldova) to the Kingdom of Romania, a fact very few people want you to know.
Despite the propaganda that you might’ve heard, Moldova isn’t “Romanian territory,” and Pridnestrovie isn’t “Russian territory.”
Apparently, since nobody ever questions Ion Iovcev’s fantastical tales, he’s gotten used to being treated like a normal person instead of an escaped patient from a mental asylum.
Today’s the day for every student in Tiraspol to enjoy a cup of “Gagarin Grog.”
I’m praying that Sergei Yuko’s death will be the last to stem from the 1990s conflict, but there’s no telling how many generations the hate will last.
All blame for what happened in 1990-1992 during the brief “war” between the Republic of Moldova and Pridnestrovie is now placed at the feet of Russia, which is not just overly simplistic but factually wrong.