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Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic

  • Република Молдовеняскэ Нистрянэ (Romanian)
    Republica Moldovenească Nistreană

  • Приднестровская Молдавская Республика (Russian)
    Pridnestrovskaja Moldavskaja Respublika

  • Придністровська Молдавська Республіка (Ukrainian)
    Prydnistrovsĭka Moldavsĭka Respublika
Transnistria
Transnistria
ၸွမ်ပိဝ် မိၵ်ႈမၢႆ
ၵႂၢမ်းၸိုင်ႈမိူင်း: 
Мы славим тебя, Приднестровье (Russian)
My slavim tebja, Pridnestrovje  (transliteration)
We sing the praises of Transnistria

Transnistria
သၢႆငၢႆယၢမ်းလဵဝ် Unrecognised state
Recognised by the United Nations as de jure part of Moldova
ဝဵင်းငဝ်ႈၸိုင်ႈ
လႄႈ ဝဵင်းယႂ်ႇသေပိူၼ်ႈ
Tiraspol
ၽႃႇသႃႇၵႂၢမ်း ၸႂ်ႉၼႂ်းလုမ်း 
Inter-ethnic
language
Russian[2][3][4]
ၸၢဝ်းၶိူဝ်း (2015 census)
Demonym Transnistrian, Pridnestrovian
လူင်ပွင်ၸိုင်ႈ Unitary semi-presidential republic
Vadim Krasnoselsky
Aleksandr Martynov
Alexander Shcherba
လုမ်းတႅၼ်းၽွင်းသၢင်ႈမိူင်း Supreme Council
Partially recognised state
• Independence from SSR of Moldova declared
2 September 1990
• Independence from Soviet Union declared
25 August 1991
5 November 1991[5]
2 March – 21 July 1992
• Recognition
3 non-UN membersc
ဢေႇရိယႃႇ ဢၼ်
• ၼမ်ႉ (%)
2.35
ႁူဝ်ၼပ်ႉၵူၼ်း
• 2018 လၢမ်း
469,000[6]
GDP (nominal) လၢမ်း2007[7] 
• ႁူမ်ႈ
US$1.0 billion
• Per capita
US$2,000
ငိုၼ်းတွင်း Transnistrian rubled (PRB)
ၶၢဝ်းယၢမ်းၼႃႈလိၼ် EET (UTC+2)
• ၶၢဝ်းမႆႈ (DST)
EEST (UTC+3)
ၶူတ်ႉတႄႇလီႇၾူင်း +373e
Internet TLD nonef
  1. Russian is the main official language.
  2. The Romanian language written in Cyrillic script is officially called Moldovan in Transnistria.
  3. Limited to the breakaway Republic of Abkhazia, Republic of Artsakh and South Ossetia (see Community for Democracy and Rights of Nations).
  4. Moldovan leu used in those areas under Moldovan control and in the security zone.
  5. +373 5 and +373 2.
  6. .md and .com are mostly used TLDs here, some companies use .ru as well.

ၽိုၼ်ဢိင်[မူၼ်ႉမႄး | မႄးထတ်းငဝ်ႈငႃႇ]

  1. Конституция Приднестровской Молдавской Республики. Официальный сайт Президента ПМР.
  2. On the situation of Russian schools in Moldova. OSCE (14 July 2011).
  3. Law of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic on the Functioning of Languages on the Territory of the Moldavian SSR. U.S. English Foundation Research (2016). Archived from the original on 21 September 2016
  4. Russian language in Moldova could lose their status (Русский язык в Молдове может потерять свой статус). KORRESPONDENT (6 April 2013).
  5. The Supreme Soviet changed the official name of the republic from Pridnestrovian Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic to Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic on 5 November 1991. See: "Postanovlenie verkhovnogo soveta Pridnestrovskoi Moldavskoi Respubliki ob izmenenii nazvaniia respubliki," Dnestrovskaia pravda, 6 November 1991, 1.
  6. Populația Transnistriei a scăzut cu 14,3 la sută Archived 3 August 2017 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. https://web.archive.org/web/20130616004647/http://www.vspmr.org/Upload/File/doklad2007.rar