Organization of Turkic States

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Ukrainans do have some Turkic blood so

Its the other way around lol. Ukrainian women are on high sought after and in demand within Turkey. Yall ever been to the south coast before? Slavic women central there. Can't blame them, they are hot af.
 

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Secretary General of the Turkic Council Amreyev: "For the first time in history, the Turkic world has become a unified body with its common politics, geography and interests. Today, it is possible to talk about a single Turkish world as an important power.”
 

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Is Moldova really landlocked ?

When I look at the map it seem they have a little space that could allow for a harbor and could sail out to the sea.

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Sorry, what is the relation between Moldova and the Turkic council
Because of aggression from the USSR, aggression which culminated in the USSR conquering the area and splitting it into the most ridiculous and unnatural ways possible to create as much future instability and stress in the region as possible.

It (the USSR) wanted the new, artificial state (made only to split up the romanian people as much as possible, to weaken them, just as what was done with the germans) called Republic of Moldova (populated mostly by romanians, a people consistent in resisting the constant, historical russian and later soviet aggression and imperialism, and thus disloyal and worthy of suspicion) to be as weak and unstable as possible, in case of future instability in the USSR and union attempts between Rep of Moldova and Romania; So it took the most valuable bits, the black sea ones, and gave them to Soviet Ukraine. A small, strategically valuable point in the north was also given to Ukraine.

For this same reason it glued a small part of Transnistria, namely a small strip across the Dniester river (which used to be ethnically romanian but became russified/ukrainized as result of colonization and assimilation policies). This region (Transnistria) to the new Moldovan Republic would serve as a ‘’guardian’’ of the USSR, assuring that Republic of Moldova never dares to unite with Romania. This is exactly what happened when the USSR crashed. The slavic transnistrians got scared that Republic of Moldova would unite with Romania so they started a war, attacking the rest of Republic of Moldova. Soon enough, Russia invaded Moldova as well.

The region was also used, in the past, to russify the romanian population of Republic of Moldova, most of the industry being placed there, in Transnistria (the most russified area of the new republic, and far far away from Romania).

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And Moldova has applied for membership as I can see in previous posts. So I am a bit curious because a landlocked country has a lot more difficulty growing/developing.
 

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Because of aggression from the USSR, aggression which culminated in the USSR conquering the area and splitting it into the most ridiculous and unnatural ways possible to create as much future instability and stress in the region as possible.

It (the USSR) wanted the new, artificial state (made only to split up the romanian people as much as possible, to weaken them, just as what was done with the germans) called Republic of Moldova (populated mostly by romanians, a people consistent in resisting the constant, historical russian and later soviet aggression and imperialism, and thus disloyal and worthy of suspicion) to be as weak and unstable as possible, in case of future instability in the USSR and union attempts between Rep of Moldova and Romania; So it took the most valuable bits, the black sea ones, and gave them to Soviet Ukraine. A small, strategically valuable point in the north was also given to Ukraine.

For this same reason it glued a small part of Transnistria, namely a small strip across the Dniester river (which used to be ethnically romanian but became russified/ukrainized as result of colonization and assimilation policies). This region (Transnistria) to the new Moldovan Republic would serve as a ‘’guardian’’ of the USSR, assuring that Republic of Moldova never dares to unite with Romania. This is exactly what happened when the USSR crashed. The slavic transnistrians got scared that Republic of Moldova would unite with Romania so they started a war, attacking the rest of Republic of Moldova. Soon enough, Russia invaded Moldova as well.

The region was also used, in the past, to russify the romanian population of Republic of Moldova, most of the industry being placed there, in Transnistria (the most russified area of the new republic, and far far away from Romania).

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And Moldova has applied for membership as I can see in previous posts. So I am a bit curious because a landlocked country has a lot more difficulty growing/developing.
Neither Moldova or Romania are turkic right?
 

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There is a 500m strip of Ukrainian land between Moldova and the sea
500m is not much, But it's sheltered and I could really imagine that Expanding from there building out into the sea wouldn't be unimaginable. Something like a Floating Harbour of sorts.

Alternatively buying some land from Ukraine could be an option as well.
 

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According to some rumors, the Turkic council will announce a Turkic Union similar to the EU after the 10 November, the commemoration day of Ataturk.
 

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A lot of countries that we can add to observer.

Us Turks pretty much both pre Islamic and post Islamic conquered various places and settled our people in.

We span from the Balkans all the way to Siberia.

Its like we are one big family.
 

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I think observer states should be limited. It’s important to get the cooperation going and make it work like a good business union. The more observers you allow the more intrigues they’ll make and try to mess it up.
 

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A possible Turkic Union in the style of the EU, as an economic block would have around 150m citizens, a young population and would be a decent sized single market. But 80 m out of those 150 m would be Turkey.

720m € out of the entire GDP of approx. 1bln € would be Turkey. We would absolutely dominate it, I dont know if its in the interest of all the member states to be honest. It would be like Germany in the EU but way more Turkey centred.

Turkey would have to make serious concession to get something like that going.
 

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I don't think a union like the EU would be very feasible. I mean for starters wouldn't you expect mass movement of people from for example Uzbekistan to Turkey, which would in itself cause domestic problems. Maybe there will be an annoucement but the actual implementation of something remotely similar to the EU will take decades. Perhaps a free trade agreement/single market can set the path for closer cooperation.
 
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