Outline of Transnistria

The location of Transnistria
An enlargeable map of Transnistria

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Transnistria:

Transnistria breakaway state located mostly on a strip of land between the River Dniester and the eastern Moldovan border with Ukraine. Since its declaration of independence in 1990, and especially after the War of Transnistria in 1992, it has been governed as the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR, also known as Pridnestrovie), a state with limited recognition that claims territory to the east of the River Dniester, and also to the city of Bender and its surrounding localities on the west bank, in the historical region of Bessarabia. The names "Transnistria" and "Pridnestrovie" both refer to the Dniester River. Unrecognised by any United Nations member state, Transnistria is designated by the Republic of Moldova as the Transnistria autonomous territorial unit with special legal status (Unitatea teritorială autonomă cu statut juridic special Transnistria), or Stînga Nistrului ("Left Bank of the Dniester").

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Geography of Transnistria

Environment of Transnistria

Regions of Transnistria

Administrative divisions of Transnistria

Raions of Transnistria
Municipalities of Transnistria

Demography of Transnistria

Government and politics of Transnistria

Politics of Transnistria

Branches of the government of Transnistria

Executive branch of the government of Transnistria

Legislative branch of the government of Transnistria

Judicial branch of the government of Transnistria

Foreign relations of Transnistria

International organization membership

Law and order in Transnistria

Military of Transnistria

History of Transnistria

Main article: History of Transnistria

Culture of Transnistria

Art in Transnistria

Economy and infrastructure of Transnistria

See also

Romanian language edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ukrainian language edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Russian language edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Main article: Transnistria


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