Archive - 11/2014



Round Table on “Contemporary political challenges for Pridnestrovie” was held in Tiraspol
Today, a round table on “Contemporary political challenges for Pridnestrovie. Social consolidation as a basis of security” took place in the office of the Republican Movement ”Recognition”. The event was attended by Co-Chairperson of the Joint Control Commission from Pridnestrovie Oleg Belyakov, Deputy Ministers of Defense of the PMR Pavel Mikhailov and Nikolay Muntyan, Deputy to the Supreme Soviet of the PMR, Chairperson of the General Council of the Republican public movement “Recognition” Vyacheslav Tobukh, and also representatives of republican non-governmental organizations and movements. Taking part in the event also was Deputy Foreign Minister of the PMR Vitaly Ignatiev.


Press Club “Uncut Talk” Took Place in the PMR’s MFA with the Participation of European Journalists
Today, the MFA of the PMR hosted the next meeting in the framework of the press club “Uncut talk”. Taking part in the talk with Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister N. V. Shtanski for the first time in such format were foreign journalists from a number of known European media: ORF (Austria), Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Germany), Der Tagesspiegel (Germany), Neue Zurcher Zeitung (Switzerland), Austrian Press Agency (АРА) (Austria). The representatives of Pridnestrovian media were invited as well. 

 “The negotiations are almost blocked. The Moldovan side avoids from solving problems. It even got to the point that the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office who visited Kishinev and Tiraspol in the framework of shuttle diplomacy could not get the answers from the Moldovan side to the questions concerning us,” – she stressed.

Nina Shtanski, “The Recognition of Pridnestrovie will Ensure the Right of People of the Republic to Development”
Today, Press Club with the participation of Pridnestrovian and foreign journalists took place in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR. Conversation on a variety of subjects lasted for more than two and a half hours in an open way for mass media.