Some clarifications for anyone interested. Of course, this text represents my personal opinion and nothing more.
IF Moldova enters an agreement with Romania to have Romanian troops stationed on Moldova’s territory it is those two countries business. There would be no aggression, international laws are respected.
Then, IF the Romanian troops accepted by the internationally recognized government of Moldova DO NOT enter the separatist region of Transnistria, DO NOT attack separatist forces or Russian peace keepers there and also IF Moldova’s troops do not try an attack, not only that Russia does not have a justification to attack either Moldova’s or Romania’s troops, but such restrain would clearly prove the good faith and commitment to non-escalation from both countries. Let’s not forget, Transnistria is part of Republic of Moldova and no one ever officially considered it as anything else.
Apparently there are a lot of IFs, but in truth they simply describe the situation that would have Russia as aggressor IF (another important ‘if‘) they would attack Romanian or Moldovan troops on the pretense they might pose a threat.
I do not advocate for a preemptive Romanian military presence in Moldova, but if Ukraine attacks Transnistria and Moldova asks for help (which would really be needed in order to protect its remaining territory from hostilities spilling over the Nistru river; Moldova’s army is very weak) then this might prove to be a solution to keep Moldova’s legal government control over the territory they currently hold.
Romania has no interest in Transnistria and Russia surely knows it.
It would be risky, but apparently no one talks about the very real possibility of Ukraine attacking Transnistria WITHOUT bothering to ask Moldova’s permission (which they would not get anyway).
Republic of Moldova is historically a part of Romania and is inhabited mostly by Romanians (surely many more than Russian ethnics living in Transnistria). Why then wouldn’t have Romania the right to protect its brothers WITHOUT automatically being considered as colluding with Ukraine (WHICH HOLDS Romanian territories, btw)?
There’s no indication Romania intends to enter the Cernăuți region or the southern Bessarabia (both Romanian territories that Ukraine holds) which would be a comparable ‘special operation’ to what Poland is speculated could attempt to execute in the Lvov area. NATO would certainly prefer to keep Russia away from the Danube if (or when) Ukraine collapses. But Romania having to witness a potential loss of Moldova in its entirety or see that land turned into a battle field without reacting is a bit too hypocritical to ask, no matter where from that ‘request’ comes.
The reasons the globalist cabal would like to see Romanian troops engaged in Transnistria are not the reasons for which Romania could send troops in Moldova without engaging them in Transnistria. Especially since there’s no NATO legal coverage if Romania willingly attacks Transnistria, even at the bequest (which will not happen) of Moldova. No matter how docile the political leaders in Bucharest, they can’t afford such a move.
As a conclusion, I believe that mentally preparing the international opinion with a distorted narrative that eludes very important aspects of the situation in Moldova, or the complex relations between Moldova and Romania is the real dangerous development of the moment.