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Entering Transnistria
« on: November 29, 2015, 09:56:12 AM »
It looks like they are making some changes for foreigners entering Transnistria, you will shortly have to ask your host to make you an invitation before you arrive at the border, a simple process they just go to the immigration office fill in a few forms and all done. Though it can take a few hours if its busy.

https://news.mail.ru/politics/24105389/

Alternatively there is a side road 500 yards before the border control you can take that road either by taxi or just walk and it will take you into Bender. As Bender is situated in Moldova and Transnistria , it means once in Bender you just cross over the street and your in Transnistria , no need for registration or invites  :)

All the local taxi drivers know about this and so should any women your visiting. Saves lots of time and trouble with paperwork :)
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