With the capture of Odessa, Russia will solve the problem of the blockade of Transnistria


The military operation to force Ukraine to become a normal country has already yielded noticeable results. Fully resolved the problem of water supply to Crimea isolated from the rest of the territory of the Russian Federation, connected to the "mainland" by a thin thread of the Crimean bridge. It was also possible to de facto create a land transport corridor to the peninsula on the territory of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine. Now Moscow has a unique historical opportunity to break through a land corridor to another exclave inhabited by Russian citizens, Transnistria.


Like the Crimean, the Transnistrian problem arose with the collapse of the USSR and worsened with the admission of the former Soviet republics into the anti-Russian military bloc of NATO. More precisely, the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic (PMSSR) was proclaimed back in 1990 as a Soviet republic, but on August 27, 1991, the Moldavian SSR adopted the law “On the Declaration of Independence”. Unionist ideas about the unification of Moldova and Romania, which had become "independent", were immediately activated, naturally under the auspices of Bucharest. Mass actions were held under nationalist slogans, like:

Russians - beyond the Dniester, Jews - into the Dniester.

However, inhabited not only by Moldovans, but also by Russians and Ukrainians, Pridnestrovie did not agree with such a formulation of the issue. There was a series of brutal bloody clashes with armed nationalists. The Russian military, who are in Transnistria to this day, had to intervene directly and separate the parties. Despite this, since 1992 this territorial conflict has remained unresolved. For us, this is of great importance, since over two hundred thousand Russian citizens live in Pridnestrovie. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic does not have a common border with Russia, sandwiched between unfriendly Moldova and still hostile Ukraine.

By and large, Transnistria is a real hostage, dependent on the goodwill of the West and Kiev. Chisinau consistently demands the withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of the unrecognized republic. Recall that they are there in two capacities at once: as peacekeepers and as the Operational Group of Russian troops in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova, whose main task is to protect military depots with Soviet weapons and ammunition. For the unionist forces in modern Moldova, it is extremely important to get rid of the Russian military presence in order to be able to “resolve the issue” with Transnistria, which is the last obstacle to unification (absorption of the country) with Romania.

After President Maia Sandu came to power in Moldova, there was a noticeable activation in this direction. And no wonder, since Ms. Sandu is herself a Romanian citizen and trained at Harvard. Speaking at the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, she stated the following:

I would also like to reiterate that our position on the complete and unconditional withdrawal of the military remains unchanged ... We are determined to find peaceful political solutions for the conflict in the Transnistrian region of our country in compliance with the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity.

But there was also a completely realistic option with a non-peaceful solution. The peculiarity of a possible theater of military operations is such that it was impossible to defend Pridnestrovie in the event of a large-scale offensive. And the Armed Forces of Ukraine could attack the unrecognized republic in order to provoke Moscow into retaliatory actions. True, yesterday it finally became clear that it was still not worth poking a sleeping Russian bear with a stick, but who could have thought?

So, yesterday, February 24, 2022, the Russian Defense Ministry used Crimea as a powerful military base on the southern flank of Ukraine. Russian troops quickly advanced eastward, towards the advancing militia of the LDNR, and westward. Our military is moving to the Nikolaev region and further, to Odessa, in order to completely cut off Kiev from the sea. The Odessa region is of strategic importance, since it was here that, after the loss of Crimea by Ukraine, the remnants of the Ukrainian Navy and warships of the NATO bloc were based, which will soon have to look for another shelter.

In addition to this, it is the Odessa region that borders on Pridnestrovie, so after the transfer of control over it to the RF Ministry of Defense, it will be possible to safely talk about the complete and final de-blockade of the Russian exclave. Pridnestrovie will receive a powerful rear in the face of our country, and Bucharest's plans for a peaceful Anschluss of Moldova can be put to rest.
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  1. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 25 February 2022 13: 55
    +15
    I bet on the creation of a federation on the territory of the former wild field.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 25 February 2022 14: 51
      +2
      Oh what a fresh idea!
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 25 February 2022 15: 10
        +2
        Oh what a fresh idea!

        Sarcasm? smile

        I don't claim to be the leader. I just think this is the most likely scenario.
        Before the start of the operation, it made no sense to talk about the federalization of Ukraine. winked
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    2. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 25 February 2022 16: 27
      -9
      To share the trousers of an unkilled bear, to make the mice laugh.
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 25 February 2022 17: 32
        +7
        To share the trousers of an unkilled bear, to make the mice laugh.

        Probably in this case it is more appropriate to talk about bloomers and an unfinished pig boar.
        And I'm not going to make anyone laugh, not mice, not lemmings, not skunks. So come on in, don't wait in line.
      2. Vladimir Karasev (Vladimir Karasev) 26 February 2022 12: 25
        0
        It's the Ukrainians who are dividing the territories of Russia, some kind of scribbler Kralyuk, who wrote a romon about Bandera, claims the regions of Bryansk, Kursk, Voronezh, Belgorod, Rostov. Get an answer.
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 February 2022 13: 46
          -5
          The answer was 12 years late. You have to pay the highest rate. The blood of the country's elite - the military. The rise in prices, the complication of the economic situation of the country.
          1. alexneg13 Offline alexneg13
            alexneg13 (Alexander) 27 February 2022 01: 30
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            Let's see how you sing when all this is over and Russia will take over your centers of disinformation and even the "spoiled hosts" will not save you. They will also wipe their feet on you, as on Zelensky, whom they promised to save. They always throw away all used condoms.
      3. Sergey Novitsky Offline Sergey Novitsky
        Sergey Novitsky (Sergey Novitsky) 26 February 2022 13: 26
        +1
        The trousers have already been removed, now we bend down, not long left ...
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 February 2022 13: 42
          -5
          Not for long .... If the operation stretches for more than 10 days, it will be necessary to rotate units and subunits. Replenish them. Instead of those who left. This is not easy to do even in peacetime. Due to the lack of many recruited for the contract, with a shortage of fit for health reasons.
    3. bobba94 Offline bobba94
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 25 February 2022 20: 50
      +4
      Due to the backwardness of the local population, a federal structure is impossible there ....
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 25 February 2022 23: 02
        +3
        Due to the backwardness of the local population, a federal structure is impossible there ....

        It's not scary, you can help with leading personnel. A lot of them moved to the Russian expanses, and the bulk of the people will not notice the changes very much. Not many people read what is written in the constitution, people are more interested not in legal subtleties, but in pressing problems. How to feed a family, warm a house.
      2. Vladimir Karasev (Vladimir Karasev) 26 February 2022 12: 29
        +3
        Zapadentsev after the Second World War was called "French" - mentally retarded.
        1. Dingo Offline Dingo
          Dingo (Victor) 26 February 2022 16: 50
          0
          Yes, there is such a term. These are the children of parents who have had syphilis. With developmental delay, physical problems.
  2. qtfreet Offline qtfreet
    qtfreet (Stephen Hawkins) 25 February 2022 14: 14
    +4
    And what about UFO (Ukrainian Federal District)? What if the people of Ukraine want to become ENTIRELY part of Russia like Texas in the USA?
    1. consultant Offline consultant
      consultant (Vladimir) 25 February 2022 15: 52
      0
      Yeah, Zelya has already sent an application for joining United Russia)))
      1. AICO Offline AICO
        AICO (Vyacheslav) 26 February 2022 04: 58
        0
        In response, samples of hemp and liquid detergents were sent, otherwise rubbing with soap for a long time !!!
    2. IgorNikolaevich Offline IgorNikolaevich
      IgorNikolaevich (Igor) 25 February 2022 15: 58
      +3
      In Ukraine, a generation has already grown up in a Russophobic environment.
    3. 123 Offline 123
      123 (123) 25 February 2022 23: 35
      +3
      And what about UFO (Ukrainian Federal District)? What if the people of Ukraine want to become ENTIRELY part of Russia like Texas in the USA?

      1) It is probably difficult to talk about the people of Ukraine as a single whole, the differences are too big. The mentality, language, economic interests in the east and west of the country are different. It is hardly worth expecting a unanimous vote for entry, and the farther to the west, the less willing.
      2) Even if a miracle happens and they want it, the mere desire of the people of Ukraine is not enough, as if the Russian people should also be asked. I'm not sure that the Russian people are unanimously in favor. The events of recent years have not been in vain.
      3) The probability that the whole of Ukraine will become part of Russia in the coming years is also negligible for economic reasons. In this case, you will have to pull everything up to federal standards. Public sector salaries, pensions, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, bridges, roads and so on. And there for 30 years the horse did not roll. Crimea has been part of Russia for 7 years, and injections are still required there. In Ukraine, over these 7 years, everything has only gotten worse, everything was crumbling there, the country was being pulled apart. In general, expenses will be required ten times more. This means that the Russian regions will receive less money, this will slow down their development, have a negative impact on raising living standards and will certainly cause discontent. After all, with this very level, we are far from being so perfect, there are enough problems. It's the same with the entire economy, Ukraine will pull back investments.
      So, in my opinion, in the coming years, Donetsk, Luhansk, and probably everything will be limited to this. Perhaps I would like more, but the desire is one thing, the reality is somewhat different.
      1. qtfreet Offline qtfreet
        qtfreet (Stephen Hawkins) 27 February 2022 16: 06
        +1
        Quote: 123
        1) It is probably difficult to talk about the people of Ukraine as a single whole, the differences are too big. The mentality, language, economic interests in the east and west of the country are different. It is hardly worth expecting a unanimous vote for entry, and the farther to the west, the less willing.
        2) Even if a miracle happens and they want it, the mere desire of the people of Ukraine is not enough, as if the Russian people should also be asked. I'm not sure that the Russian people are unanimously in favor. The events of recent years have not been in vain.
        3) The probability that the whole of Ukraine will become part of Russia in the coming years is also negligible for economic reasons. In this case, you will have to pull everything up to federal standards. Public sector salaries, pensions, hospitals, schools, kindergartens, bridges, roads and so on. And there for 30 years the horse did not roll. Crimea has been part of Russia for 7 years, and injections are still required there. In Ukraine, over these 7 years, everything has only gotten worse, everything was crumbling there, the country was being pulled apart. In general, expenses will be required ten times more. This means that the Russian regions will receive less money, this will slow down their development, have a negative impact on raising living standards and will certainly cause discontent. After all, with this very level, we are far from being so perfect, there are enough problems. It's the same with the entire economy, Ukraine will pull back investments.
        So, in my opinion, in the coming years, Donetsk, Luhansk, and probably everything will be limited to this. Perhaps I would like more, but the desire is one thing, the reality is somewhat different.

        Quote: antibi0tikk
        Controversial question. Man, I understand that such a comment is made with the best of intentions. Personally, I would not mind such a result of events. But I have relatives from that (Ukrainian) side and friends from this (Russian) side.
        There is a very large preponderance of opinion on both sides that let Ukraine remain a separate state. Only with a sane government. Those who want to remain an independent state, on our part, do not want to spend money on the murdered Ukrainian economy, infrastructure, industry and social sphere. Let them restore themselves.

        And what about the Chinese version: Ukraine as the SAR of Russia (One country, two systems)?
        1. 123 Offline 123
          123 (123) 27 February 2022 16: 37
          +1
          And what about the Chinese version: Ukraine as the SAR of Russia (One country, two systems)?

          And what is the name of this country?

          1) We have two countries and have been for 30 years.
          2) We have no differences in the "system". As a rationale - Ukraine is not Russia, it simply does not sound serious. If we talk about ideology, then we officially do not have it, and it is unlikely that you will be satisfied with coexistence with Bandera. No other ideology is visible there.
          3) The principle of one country-two systems means the integration of Russia and Ukraine, it is premature to talk about it. In any case, "body movements" in this direction are not visible from the other side.
          In general, the prospects for such a development of events are unlikely and very vague. hi
    4. antibi0tikk Offline antibi0tikk
      antibi0tikk (Sergei) 27 February 2022 02: 07
      0
      Controversial question. Man, I understand that such a comment is made with the best of intentions. Personally, I would not mind such a result of events. But I have relatives from that (Ukrainian) side and friends from this (Russian) side.
      There is a very large preponderance of opinion on both sides that let Ukraine remain a separate state. Only with a sane government. Those who want to remain an independent state, on our part, do not want to spend money on the murdered Ukrainian economy, infrastructure, industry and social sphere. Let them restore themselves.
    5. alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 28 February 2022 20: 02
      0
      Well, well done.. And who will pay indemnities Restore Donbass Who will pay the expenses incurred by Russia to force Ukraine to miru.Pust better be independent. am
  3. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 25 February 2022 14: 15
    +1
    "Yes, of course, Zelensky is the president of Ukraine," Peskov told reporters, answering a question about whether the Kremlin would recognize Zelensky as the president of Ukraine.

    https://ria.ru/20220225/zelenskiy-1775026893.html
    1. Ivan Nikolsky Offline Ivan Nikolsky
      Ivan Nikolsky (Ivan Nikolsky) 25 February 2022 14: 37
      +3
      Quote: Bakht
      Will the Kremlin recognize Zelensky as the President of Ukraine?

      Now he is a war criminal and is subject to trial by a military tribunal ...
      1. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
        Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 16: 07
        0
        If he is only "subject to trial", then he is not yet a criminal.
        Andrei Yanuarievich Nikolsky even understands this?
    2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 25 February 2022 14: 51
      +2
      Hitler until the last was legally elected legitimate chancellor
  4. maiman61 Offline maiman61
    maiman61 (Yuri) 25 February 2022 15: 30
    +6
    Said A, say B! We must recognize the Dnieper Republic! So that all the bastard in geyrop and mattress knows that whoever does not want to talk to Lavrov will talk to Shoigu!
    1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 25 February 2022 16: 29
      -5
      It is necessary, for starters, to break through a guaranteed protected corridor to it. The amphibious assault did not set out for Odessa.
    2. AICO Offline AICO
      AICO (Vyacheslav) 26 February 2022 05: 00
      0
      And there is the northern express to Bucharest!!!
    3. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 11: 34
      -1
      I must admit Prydniprovska republic!

      Before shouting, one should learn to distinguish between the Dnieper and the Dniester.
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  5. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 25 February 2022 16: 53
    -5
    Now Moscow has a unique historical opportunity

    Putin told us a story for an hour about how Ukraine was formed. 1917, Lenin, Stalin are to blame for him. Well, if he is so literate, both Lenin and Stalin did everything wrong with him. So I understand that Ukraine should cease to exist. This is the same all the Russian Empire. And now the question. Will Putin solve the problem of Ukraine or create a new one?
  6. AND Offline AND
    AND 25 February 2022 17: 44
    +4
    Quote: steel maker
    Now Moscow has a unique historical opportunity

    Putin told us a story for an hour about how Ukraine was formed. 1917, Lenin, Stalin are to blame for him. Well, if he is so literate, both Lenin and Stalin did everything wrong with him. So I understand that Ukraine should cease to exist. This is the same all the Russian Empire. And now the question. Will Putin solve the problem of Ukraine or create a new one?

    And now two questions Steelevar. Who is the president of Russia, you or Putin? Who is smarter and wiser, you or Putin?
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  8. dunce123 Offline dunce123
    dunce123 (Charlie) 25 February 2022 18: 30
    -2
    the Kosovo version with "our" bias? Yes, then Geyropa will definitely start studying Russian as a second state!
  9. Khachatur Offline Khachatur
    Khachatur 25 February 2022 22: 38
    0
    Well done Vladimir Vladimirovich. I support the return of the territory of the Russian Empire
    1. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 11: 27
      -2
      There will be problems with Poland, Finland and the Baltic states.
      1. alexneg13 Offline alexneg13
        alexneg13 (Alexander) 27 February 2022 01: 38
        0
        No problem will drive NATO (National American Terrorist Organization) to the 1997 borders. There are already enough resources for this ... You were clearly told about this. Don't believe? Well, those are your problems.
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  11. Vladimir Dykin Offline Vladimir Dykin
    Vladimir Dykin (Vladimir Dykin) 26 February 2022 07: 33
    0
    ... the Transnistrian problem arose with the collapse of the USSR and worsened with the admission of the former Soviet republics into the anti-Russian military bloc of NATO.

    The author, which of the former Soviet republics was admitted to the NATO bloc, which aggravated the "Transnistrian problem"?
    1. Passing by Offline Passing by
      Passing by (Michael) 26 February 2022 10: 14
      -1
      Wants to join Moldova, but with internal conflicts do not take.
    2. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 16: 10
      0
      He himself does not know this.
      I blurted out and it's okay.
  12. Passing by Offline Passing by
    Passing by (Michael) 26 February 2022 10: 04
    0
    the military is moving towards the Nikolaev region and further, towards Odessa

    Where have you been hanging around for 8 years? People are really waiting for you!
  13. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
    Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 11: 26
    -1
    however, on August 27, 1991, the Moldavian SSR adopted the Law "On the Declaration of Independence".

    That document was called "Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova".
    And the law "On the Declaration of Independence" proclaimed the withdrawal of Moldova from the USSR after the August misunderstanding.

    Unionist ideas about the unification of Moldova and Romania, which had become "independent", were immediately activated,

    Unionist ideas about creating a "Greater Romania" have always been there, that is, they arose long before 1991.
    1. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 11: 40
      -2
      to be able to "resolve the issue" with Transnistria, which is the last obstacle on the way of unification (absorption of the country) with Romania.

      It is nonsense.
      The Moldavians themselves, with the exception of the rabid Romanians, are not at all eager to join Romania.
      Again, Romania is part of the EU, and without the consent of all EU members, Romania will not be able to change its borders and, accordingly, the borders of the EU.

      and Bucharest's plans for a peaceful Anschluss of Moldova can be put to rest.

      The plans of Bucharest or Sandu can be anything, but modern realities are such that no serious decisions are made either in Bucharest or in Chisinau, so Moldovan-Romanians with Romanian-Moldovans can gush their ideas until the second coming.
  14. Alex Orlov Offline Alex Orlov
    Alex Orlov (Alex) 26 February 2022 11: 31
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    Quote: Vladimir Dykin
    The author, which of the former Soviet republics was admitted to the NATO bloc, which aggravated the "Transnistrian problem"?

    I think the author meant that the problem worsened after the adoption of the Baltic states. They also wanted to. But it was Transnistria that became the stumbling block.
    1. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 16: 25
      -1
      Nonsense, to put it mildly.
      The author blurted out, not understanding what was written. At the same time, he sometimes likes to claim that his logic is just perfect! And with his various numerous diplomas, knowledge, self-education, he is - well, almost L. Tolstoy.
      According to its constitution, Article 11:

      The Republic of Moldova is a neutral state
      (1) The Republic of Moldova declares its permanent neutrality.

      And no one there "wanted" anything.
  15. Alex Orlov Offline Alex Orlov
    Alex Orlov (Alex) 26 February 2022 11: 35
    0
    I think that the entire Ukrainian coast should be taken under the control of Russia. Not temporarily, but under direct control. Odessa, Nikolaev and beyond. Well, this is very strategically important for the Russian Federation. Plus shipyards, plus bases. If we don't pick it up today, tomorrow everything will be NATO again. And in even more numbers.
  16. Vladimir Karasev (Vladimir Karasev) 26 February 2022 12: 39
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    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Hitler until the last was legally elected legitimate chancellor

    Quote: steel maker
    Now Moscow has a unique historical opportunity

    Putin told us a story for an hour about how Ukraine was formed. 1917, Lenin, Stalin are to blame for him. Well, if he is so literate, both Lenin and Stalin did everything wrong with him. So I understand that Ukraine should cease to exist. This is the same all the Russian Empire. And now the question. Will Putin solve the problem of Ukraine or create a new one?[/
    I think V. Putin has been planning this operation in Ukraine for many years, they trained in Syria.
  17. Sergey Novitsky Offline Sergey Novitsky
    Sergey Novitsky (Sergey Novitsky) 26 February 2022 13: 31
    0
    30 years of waiting, just a little, a little, soon Pridnestrovie will breathe deeply, like the Donbass, and the whole of Ukraine!
    1. Captain stoner Offline Captain stoner
      Captain stoner (Captain Stoner) 26 February 2022 15: 58
      0
      Transnistria breathes like that. I don’t know if it’s full breasts or incomplete, but it breathes.
      1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
        Marzhecki (Sergei) 26 February 2022 19: 25
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        Ukrainian or what?
  18. innuendo.od Offline innuendo.od
    innuendo.od (Slav Slavych) 26 February 2022 22: 21
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    And it will also acquire 7 (seven!) non-freezing ports of world importance. And cherries (the best in the world!) And tomatoes and grapes.... All in unlimited quantities!
  19. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 1 March 2022 13: 34
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    Quote: 123
    I bet on the creation of a federation on the territory of the former wild field.

    I think it won't be the same. The provisional administrations of the liberated regions of Ukraine will hold a referendum on their separation (separately) from Ukraine, with plans for subsequent entry into Russia. Of course, not in all, and not at the same time. The western regions will be taken over by Poland and Hungary, bringing their troops there as "peacekeepers", and remaining there indefinitely. They are simply obliged to take advantage of the only opportunity presented by Russia. There won't be another moment.
  20. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 1 March 2022 13: 38
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    Quote: Alex Orlov
    I think that the entire Ukrainian coast should be taken under the control of Russia. Not temporarily, but under direct control. Odessa, Nikolaev and beyond. Well, this is very strategically important for the Russian Federation. Plus shipyards, plus bases. If we don't pick it up today, tomorrow everything will be NATO again. And in even more numbers.

    It is foolish to limit yourself to the coast. It is necessary to change the vector of development of the whole of Ukraine, and make it impossible in any distant time for the revival of nationalism and the transition to NATO. A peace-loving Ukraine that has not joined military blocs is more important than simply cutting off from the sea, but maintaining aggressiveness in these unfinished fascist countries.