Yet another echelon with Russian munitions left Tiraspol, the administrative center of Moldova's self-proclaimed Republic of Transdniestria, for Russia on the night of April 5.
According to a source in the headquarters of the Operations Group of the Russian troops stationed in Transdniestria, the echelon left Tiraspol in accordance with a schedule coordinated earlier with the authorities of Moldova and the non-recognized autonomy. 17 railway platforms were loaded with communication engineering facilities. Another echelon of 20 cars, which is currently being loaded with ammunition, leaves Tiraspol on the night of April 6.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel had had a few fights and used strong language because of the Ukrainian crisis in 2014