The War of Transnistria was a limited conflict that broke out in November 1990 at Dubăsari (Russian: Дубоссáры, Dubossary) between pro-Transnistria forces, including the Transnistrian Republican Guard, militia and Cossack units, and supported by elements of the Russian 14th army, and pro-Moldovan forces, including Moldovan troops and police. Fighting intensified on 1 March 1992 and, alternating with ad hoc ceasefires, lasted throughout the spring and early summer of 1992 until a ceasefire was declared on 21 July 1992, which has held. The conflict remained unresolved but in 2011 talks were held under the auspices of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) with Lithuania holding the rotating chairmanship.
Each year, on March 2 specifically, the Republic of Moldova commemorates a Memorial Day ("Ziua Memoriei"), to pay tribute to the victims of the armed conflict of 1992 to restore the integrity and independence of the country. On March 2, 1992, the civil war of Moldova, or War of Transnistria, has indeed started between Moldovan troops and those of the Transnistrian army supported by neighboring Russia and Ukraine. Transnistria, a strip of land separated from the rest of Moldova by the Dniester River, refused a status of autonomy proposed by Chișinău, advocating an incorporation into the Russian Federation. Read more..
According to a declaration by the Ministry for Information Technology and Communications of the Republic of Moldova, it is not permitted to cut stamps from items of prepaid postal stationery, and to use those stamps for the creation of maximum cards. Please read the news article here.
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