Mălăieşti, Transnistria


Mălăieşti, Transnistria

Mălăieşti (Romanian; Ukrainian: Малаєшти, Malayeshty, Russian: Малаешты, Malayeshty) is one of the larger communes in the Grigoriopol sub-district, in the disputed territory of Transnistria, internationally recognised as part of the Republic of Moldova. Its name is derived from Romanian "mălai", which means "millet or maize flour", with suffix -eşti. It is composed of two villages, Mălăieşti and Cerniţa (Черниця, Черница).

Notable natives

  • Vladimir Beşleagă, Moldovan writer.
  • Boris Marian, Moldovan journalist, from 2001 director of "Moldpres", the official press agency of the Republic of Moldova
  • Vitalie Colt,muzician face parte din formatia Snails din Chisinau, bass qitara.

External links

Coordinates: 46°58′57″N 29°33′08″E / 46.9825°N 29.55222°E / 46.9825; 29.55222


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