During the same period some Russian military fortresses were established on the left bank of Nistru River.Numerous Jewish communities were among the first migrants there.
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During the late-1980s local Jewish community life was revived. In 1991 the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) returned to Moldova and helped to organize a network of welfare and cultural centers, youth organization Hillel, Jewish Family Service, Center of Training.
In the early-1990s Jewish Agency (JAFI), Israeli Cultural Center, Israeli Consulate, Yeshiva Agudath Israel, Jewish schools and kindergarten as well as Chabad Lubavitch movement all started their activities in Moldova.
In 1918 Bessarabia joined Romania, while present day Transnistria became the part of Soviet Russia.
Nevertheless, the community continued to develop, reaching its peak in the 1930s.