Transnistria is a partially recognized state located on the border between Ukraine and the Dniester River. It is not recognized by the United Nations that consider it part of the country of Moldova.
Transnistria, which is also known as the Republic of Moldova Prednestroviana, is under the leadership of President Vadim Krasnoselsky. Its capital is Tiraspol. He proclaimed his independence on September 2, 1990.
In 1992, Transnistria experienced a war that prevailed from March to July. The war was due to the dissolution of the USSR between the territory of Transnistria and Moldavia. The dissolution caused tensions that led to a military conflict. The war ended after an agreement between Transnistria, Russia and Moldova.
Governance of Transnistria
The Republic of Moldova Prednestroviana is under the Legislature of the Supreme Council, which has members 43. The presidency runs on the popular vote and lasts five years. The renewal movement has the majority of people in parliament. The Transnistrian military has over 7, 500 soldiers who are divided into Bender, Ribnita, Dubasari and Tiraspol.
Russian military in Transnistria
The Russian military began their stay in Transnistria after the agreement of the ceasefire with Moldova, 1200 members of the Russian army started the peacekeeping mission. Later they withdrew their operations in 2015 after the parliament of Ukraine approved the law that accepted the resolution of the five agreements that involved Russia.
The favorite religion from Transnistria is Eastern Orthodox Christianity. There is also a small Roman Catholic minority, particularly in the northern region of the country. The government of Transnistria believes in freedom of religion. He gave the green light to the construction of new churches and officially registered almost the beliefs of 114.
The economy of Transnistria
This country operates on a mixed economy which is the result of the large-scale privatization of processes begun in 1990. The Transnistrian economy works on the lines of textile production, steel production and electricity production that translates into production of 80% of the industry. Most companies in the country are privately owned. It has its own bank known as the Central Bank which deals with the Transnistrian currencies. Ruble is the name of the currency found in Transnistria. The Transnistrian economy can be described as an employee.
Media production in Transnistria
Just like the other forms of communication in many other countries, Transnistria has radio stations, televisions and newspapers. Media platforms are controlled by the Transnistrian authorities.
Subdivisions of Transnistria
Transnistria has a municipality and five other districts that are equally divided. The divisions are district of Slobozia, district of Dubasari, district of Grigoriopol, district of Camenca and district of Ribnita. It also has two cities; the city of Tiraspol and the city of Bender. Transnistria is under the control of the authorities of the Republic of Moldova of Pridnestrovian and the Moldovan authorities.
Education in Transnistria is done in the Moldovan language, which is often considered a dialect of Romanian. The Moldavian Cyrillic alphabet is the system used to teach in schools.