Moldova–Ukraine Relations - History of Moldavian and Ukrainian Relations - Middle Ages

Middle Ages

Relations between the Moldavian Principality and Zaporizhian Host developed in the context of the political situation in Eastern Europe: Polish-Lithuanian states, the Great Muscovite principality, Ottoman empire, and its vassals - the Crimea Khanate, Walachia and Transylvania. Since Moldavian Prince George Duca (1681–1683) came to control the "Turkish Ukraine", the Zaporozhian - Moldavian relations took one of the most important places in foreign and in domestic policy of Moldavian Principality.

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