I do not think that the Albanians, Bulgarians and the Romanians of the OCA would share your teary-eyed love for Moscow. That's definitely not their mother-Church.
Based on internet gossip though, it would not surprise me if the OCA's "autocephaly" would be redefined and down-sized so as to fit into the Russian church, perhaps as an autonomous entity.
Anyways, your metropolitan by these "unofficial visits" does not behave like the head of a truly autocephalous church.
As has already been stated, the Bulgarian and Albanian Churches came from the Russian church. Romania certainly isn't opposed to them, either. Besides, I was referring to the history. We come out of the Russian Mission to Alaska, commemorate St. Herman at the end of services, and received our tomos from Moscow 40 years ago. They are our Mother Church. While much of our church is Russian in tradition, there are indeed others, and I celebrate that. The Romanian tradition, for example, is beautiful. I'm glad we have a Romanian Archdiocese in the OCA, and I hope they continue to celebrate that heritage. I wouldn't want to force them into Russian practices that were never theirs. Still, that is the beauty of our church...we came out of the Russian Church, but we strive ultimately for the union of all Orthodox in the Americas, whether they are Romanian, Albanian, Greek, Antiochian, etc.
And anyways, "unofficial" visits happen all the time, by Orthodox primates, various heads-of-state...that doesn't mean all of those primates are planning to undermine their church's independence, nor are those heads-of-state selling their nation's secrets. Add to that the fact that Metropolitan Jonah actually spent quite a bit of time in Russia, at Valaam, and so he does
have a personal history there.