The Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting between Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Dmitry Palamarchuk and Deputy Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Federal Republic of Germany to the Republic of Moldova Florian Seitz.
Today, during the working visit to the capital of the Russian Federation, the PMR’s Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev met with Ambassador at Large of the Russian Foreign Ministry Sergey Gubarev. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Director of the Second CIS Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry Vitaly Tryapitsyn.
On 22 November 2016 the OSCE Mission Office in Kishinev hosted a meeting of field experts in education from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova.
The sides exchanged views on main issues on the current agenda. They also touched upon apostilization of diplomas of T.G. Shevchenko Pridnestrovian State University, as well as current aspects of the schools with the Romanian language of instruction, operating in the territory of Pridnestrovie.
Today, the OSCE Mission Office in Kishinev hosted a regular meeting of expert (working) groups on the development of transport and road facilities from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova.
During the meeting the sides continued discussions on participation of vehicles registered in Pridnestrovie in international traffic.
The Press Service of the PMR’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs notes the continued increase in restrictions by the Moldovan side towards official representatives of the Pridnestrovian authorities in Kishinev airport.
President Yevgeny Shevchuk received Minister of Foreign Affairs Vitaly Ignatiev. The Foreign Minister reported on the new unilateral actions by the Republic of Moldova aimed at creating additional difficulties for the Pridnestrovian economic agents.
Breakaway republics fascinate me. It’s a story of how a section of a country feels so strongly that they aren’t part of that country that they pull away, but don’t manage to separate completely. Some of these countries eventually gain independence, others don’t ever really intend to get it, and still others remain in limbo, part and yet not part of the host country.