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NATO and Russia, a face-off at a distance in Transnistria


While U.S. troops were entering Moldova for a joint military exercise, on the other bank of the Dniester Russian soldiers stationed in Transnistria paraded in the Victory Day.

The dual event sparked the rhetoric on both sides, even with unintentionally comic results. While the Moldovan government protested against the participation of the Russian military in Tiraspol in the May 9 parade, the celebration of the Allied victory over Nazis during the Second World War, Igor Dodon, the leader of the strongly pro-Russian Socialist Party of Moldova, spoke of military occupation of Moldova.

While U.S. troops were entering Moldova for a joint military exercise, on the other bank of the Dniester Russian soldiers stationed in Transnistria paraded in the Victory Day.

The dual event sparked the rhetoric on both sides, even with unintentionally comic results. While the Moldovan government protested against the participation of the Russian military in Tiraspol in the May 9 parade, the celebration of the Allied victory over Nazis during the Second World War, Igor Dodon, the leader of the strongly pro-Russian Socialist Party of Moldova, spoke of military occupation of Moldova.

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