According to the views of 16.3% of respondents, a military base in the Russian Federation Transnistria do not need, and 2.5% indicated that this issue is causing their indifference.
The chairman of the foreign policy of the Supreme Soviet of Transdniestria Dmitry Soin said that the online survey only confirms the long-standing trend in public opinion Pridnestrovians.
"Naturally, we can not name the representative online survey research. Yet it reflects the harsh world audience, but given the fact that it was the role of nearly a thousand people, we can state that we are still talking about the public mood" — Soin said.
Transnistrian conflict do not settle for more than 20 years. Shortly before the collapse of the USSR, September 2, 1990, 5 are located on the left bank of the Dniester area of Moldova announced the development of the Transnistrian republic of the Soviet Union, and then — independent Dniester Moldavian Republic (PMR) with the center in Tiraspol. With all of this city Bender and several surrounding villages were in favor of the right bank of the occurrence of VUR. A prerequisite for such a step were the statements of nationalist radicals in Chisinau, Moldova to withdraw from the USSR and the ability of its accession to Romania.
The Moldovan authorities did not agree with the decision of the Transnistrian deputies and tried to solve the problem by introducing the troops in the breakaway republic. In 1992, the Transnistria began an armed conflict, which lasted for several months, until mid-July. As a result, Chisinau lost control of the left-bank areas, and Transnistria Chisinau has become almost uncontrollable territory, with all the trappings of statehood, including its currency.
International recognition of Tiraspol is not received, but the intensity up. Moldova this option is not satisfied, it offers Pridnestrovians autonomy within a single country.
In the negotiations on the Transdniestrian settlement involving Moldova and Transnistria — both sides of the conflict, the Russian Federation, Ukraine and the OSCE — as mediators, the European Union and the United States — as observers.