WLA series of explosions, since April 27, on the fringes of the war in Ukraine, has often reminded and taught Europeans of the existence of one of those territorial entities that saw the fall of the Soviet Union born from its ashes: Transnistria. Who was worried until then about this « independent » enclave, a piece of land of 4,000 square kilometers and of no more than 500,000 inhabitants, before the magnifying glass of the news went out there?
It was there, near the Ukrainian port of Odessa, a forgotten piece of the Soviet Union, partly inhabited by Russian-speaking, that broke away from the predominantly Romanian Moldova at the time of the latter’s independence in the early 1990s, and became a creature of Moscow. « Dniester Republic of Moldova » – the name given to Transnistria; « Capital »: Tiraspol – to this day remains without international legitimacy and is not recognized by Russia.
Silence for forty-five years
On the western steps of the former Soviet Empire, closer to our homeland, then there was one of those little scraps of countries with heterogeneous peoples and artificial borders, a legacy of mixing and wars in history, and even more cynical Stalinist incisors. The dictator there created one of these identities complexes that Vladimir Putin’s Machiavellianism is trying to exploit today in its expansionist project.
About the tale, reporter Globalism In Bucharest, Merrill Bran asserts in several articles on the region that Moldavia was undoubtedly a source of inspiration for Hergie Sildavia. scepter autokar. In this case Transnistria would have something like an accessory for Purduria. Tintin specialists will discuss it endlessly. The fact remains that far from any folklore revisited along the lines of Dupont and Dupond, there is a sense of geopolitical deviation, the puppet world and the mafia, and also a long bloodshed in the numerous daily articles.
Thus the first article is dated June 4, 1946. It announces in two sentences the execution of the main Romanian leaders who made a pact with the Nazis. Among them, George Alexiano, «Governor of Transdniestria [qui incluait à l’époque Odessa] « . On charges of collaboration, Romanian speakers are widely deported. At the end of World War II, the Iron Curtain fell over the region. the world Forget this submerged region of the massive communist empire. Tiraspol or « Kishenev », the Slavic name given to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, is mentioned only by hand as a symbol of the Russification carried out by Moscow in the region. The silence lasted forty-five years.
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