Kiev Prepared Large Terrorist Attack In Transnistria, Targeted President Of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic

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Kiev Prepared Large Terrorist Attack In Transnistria, Targeted President Of Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic

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On March 9, a large terrorist attack in Transnistria, officially the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR). The attack was prepared by the Security Service of Ukraine and targeted officials of the republic, including President of the PMR Vadim Krasnoselsky, the press service of the Ministry of State Security of the country reported.

Local media reported that a Land Rover filled with explosive was discovered in the center of the capital, Tiraspol. 8 kg of hexogen, screws, nuts and wire, aimed to wound as much people as possible, were reportedly discovered in the car.

The prosecutor of the PMR Anatoly Guretsky claimed that the terrorist attack was planned to be carried out in the center of Tiraspol and was aimed against the top officials of the state. The target of the attack was supposed to be top officials and bystanders. The number of victims could be measured in dozens.

“The place where the terrorist act was supposed to be committed, again, indicates that the plan was, firstly, to eliminate the top officials of the state, as has already been said. In addition, maybe, they expected to cause a large number of victims,” Guretsky said.

The leader of the PMR was timely informed about the upcoming terrorist attack in Tiraspol and measures aimed at preventing his assassination were taken, the press service of the PMR head said.

Later, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR, Vitaly Ignatiev, said that, according to his information, a series of terrorist attacks were planned in his country. The weapons for the terrorist attacks were made in Ukraine, the Foreign Minister of the PMR said.

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) was behind the attack. The local security forces detained the suspect Vyacheslav Kisnichan, a native of Tiraspol, who moved to Odessa 12 years ago. In Ukraine, he joined the territorial defence last year, and then began cooperating with the SBU.

His curators from the SBU coordinated the operation and trained Kisnichan.

The local media published some of his confessions:



“I had to fulfill the task, or die,” he said in the interrogation.

Criminal cases were launched on the preparation of a terrorist attack and preparation for the murder of two or more persons.

Kisnichan has already been convicted in the past. According to the local reports, he was involved in pimping, hooliganism and robbery. In Transnistria, he is known by the surname Sarazhinsky, which he later changed, taking his mother’s maiden name Kisnichan.

The authorities of the PMR will turn to Ukraine for comments on the terrorist attack that was being prepared in Tiraspol. An appeal to the UN Security Council will also be submitted,  the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic claimed.


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jens holm, bi pasiv

rusticas call us pidor ,but this bad word .we not pidor,Jast bi.stop cal us pidor , all mens bisexuel this is naturen. Rusticas too born biseksuel ,why to denie it? I does not understend also Americans and german born bi pasiv – acept


Charged with HOOLIGANISM who would of known?

Lance Ripplinger

The people in Transnistria are definitely in a bad position. Hopefully things don’t escalate. Unfortunately, Russia has no way of helping them short of doing air drops. That is a risky business since Ukraine still has some air defense means.


The Russians don’t need a foot on the ground. As of yesterday, the Ukrainian air defence is nearly zero. As for Ukraine they won’t move into Transnistria. The Russians are monitoring the area carefully. Any military ground move from the Ukro-nazis to Transnistria will be welcomed with cruise missiles.Terrorist attacks are the only mean for those criminals.


Hang the as..hole in front of the railway station.
Game over.