Politics of Transnistria

Transnistria Seeks Russia’s Blessing to Issue Passports in Moscow

Moldova's breakaway region of Transnistria has asked its ally and sponsor Russia to allow it to issue Transnistrian "passports" at the diplomatic office it opened in January in Moscow.

The region, which broke away from Moldova in 1992, backed by Russia, has not been recognised by any member states of the United Nations - Russia included.

Breakaway Moldova Region to Open 'Embassy' in Russia

Moldova's breakaway region of Transnistria is to open a diplomatic office in the centre of Moscow on New Arbat Street alongside the "embassies" of other unrecognised similar entities such as Abkhazia and South Ossetia.

The mission will open this month, the chief of the Transnistrian diplomacy, Vitaly Ignatiev, said on Sunday.

Foreign Ministry hails UN resolution on withdrawal of foreign military forces from Republic of Moldova

The Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) hails the UN General Assembly's resolution on the withdrawal of foreign military forces from the territory of the Republic of Moldova, reads a message on MAE's Twitter account.

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