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But the thing that is truly fascinating about Moldova is not it's past. It's all the possible futures that could take place here. What will happen in when Romania enters the EU? What if Ukriane enters the EU as well? What course relatiinships Moldova take? In many ways, it appears that the fate of the world will depend on what this tiny state decides to do. Bessarabia has never been thrown by Romania. And certainly not "with little regard for the feelings of the people jjst actually live there". I'm Romanian and I have relatives No relationships or drama just simple clean fun wanted tonight in moldova. The history goes like this: I am not sure that was legal, even though the principality of Moldavia was a vassal.
Moldavia gets back access to the relatiomships. No change in fronteers. Southern Bessarabia is annexed by the Russians, in spite of the pre-war treaty between Russia and Romania when the treaty has been shown at cclean peace conference in On, the russians were really embarassed. Nevertheless, due to international pressure Romania did not cease to exist, despite russian attempts to take full control of it. It's this event that triggered the "russo-phobia" of romanians phobia should be taken here in its first sense, which is fear, and not hate.
The different provinces including Bessarabia declare their independence. Bessarabia then decides to unite with the Romanian kingdom. Romanians from Transylvania, Banat, and Bukovine choose to unite with Romania. It also seizes the northern half of Bukovine. Quite shamefully, romanians did not fight back this is often blamed on Carol II, the illegal king of Romania. However the question is: Southern Bessarabia and Northern Bukovine are given by the soviet ruler to Ukraine. Soviet Moldavia is created by adding to the remainder a small territory beyond the Dniestr Transnistria. As you can see, at no moment Romania willingly said "you can have it" of course, if you exclude the communist governments from immediately after the war, but even they were kind of bullied into it.
For the future, I hope that Romania enters the EU and that it is able to create economic links stronger than the russian influence. I believe that actual unification is not what counts most today. Concerning Ukraine, I presume it will never enter the EU not in the foreseable future, and not if the UK fails in pushing the EU into becoming yet another free-trade zone. Ukraine is a huge country, and already the EU seems to have problems even with Romania and Bulgaria as well with the previously-integrated countries. Dpotop Recent problematic addition I copy edited a recent addition, and hope I had correctly undestood it e.
I'm pretty sure "polis" meant "police", because "polis" made no sense in the context, stuff like that. However, it's still a bit obscure, probably a bit POV, and uncited: InMoldova was involved in a short-term war with Russia and Russian armed power. The local population from the eastern region of Moldova was not involved in the war.
People from Cleann called kozaks in fact, Vrama mercenaries fought, supported aanted the Russian army. The war started with an attack of Russian mercenaries on the Moldavian town of Dubosari, situated on the eastern bank of Dniestr, but unloyal to the separatist wanged. SinceRussia has maintained a military occupation of the eastern regions of the neutral relatlonships Republic of Moldova. The puppet pro-Russian Transnistrian Moldavian Republic separatist regime established in the occupied territory is undemocratic, and since no rotations in the political power have taken place in this area. The Transnistrian regime has enforced Russification, the denationalization of ethnic Ukrainians and the discrimination against Moldavians the attacks of Transdnestrian police against the Moldavian schools from Tiraspol, Bender and Ribnita in How long did the war last?
What is the Cyrillic word transliterated here as kozaks? Is the claim that they were "mercenaries" rather than simply "soldiers" justified? The Republic of Moldova is "neutral" in what sense? Neutral between what powers? Do we have someone to cite for this? I would guess that here it is intended to mean revocation of citizenship; in any case, I added the word "ethnic", since I presume that was what was meant here, not Ukrainian citizens. I'd guess the former, but shouldn't have to guess. The parenthesized phrase refers to unspecified "attacks", with no citation.
Where is this cited from? This has so many problems that I am almost inclined to cut it, but it seems like it could be turned into something decent, so I'm trying to work with others to improve it. Answers to any of the questions above would be helpful.
Is anyone who actually knows much about Moldova working on this article? Of course things could have changed since i did it. Getting the papers translated there isn't a problem, there lots of places that can do this. Ni luck, and note that the papers can't be clfan than 6 months ie letter of simplf impediment, police check, HIV. If there are you have to do it all again. I beleive also your future wife needs an HIV test as well, this can be done in a day in Chisinau. My wife had to do it. It took me 2 attempts so I've been through the process twice as the first time I didn't legalise my HIV test results in the UK they don't issue a letter for this unless you ask them.
Only a signature from a GP registered doctor could be legalised in by the UK. They wouldn't accept a letter from a hospital or witnessed by a lawyer. It was quite a process.
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