Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, 2000

Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, 2000

After the breakup of the USSR, the narrow strip of land of Moldova to the east of the Dniester river, with a large Russian and Ukrainian population, broke away and declared its independence in 1990. After a war in which Russia intervened, Transnistria is now de facto independent but unrecognised by the U.N. Its flag remains that of the Moldavian SSR and was officially adopted on 25 July 2000: three horizontal stripes, proportions 3:2:3, of red, green, red with a yellow hammer and sickle and yellow-bordered red star.

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