Archive - 6/2015



President Yevgeny Shevchuk held a Security Council meeting. They discussed issues related to the security of the country under the current situation. The attention was paid to the aspects of the additional accumulation of resources for maintaining law and order in the republic and defence capacity of the state.



The issue concerning the denunciation of military cooperation agreements with Russia by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, including the document on freights transit to the Russian military personnel located in Pridnestrovie, still remains the primary focus of mass media and expert community.



On June 2, 2015 Moscow hosted an International Conference on Life under sanctions: international experience. The event was organized by the Faculty of Economics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the CIS Institute.



A regular meeting of the Public Expert Council was held in the MFA of the PMR. The meeting was attended by the leaders and members of public associations, representatives of scientific and artistic circles, and the PMR’s authorities. Deputies Minister of Foreign Affairs Vitaly Ignatiev and Igor Shornikov, RISS Deputy Director Tamara Guzenkova participated in the meeting.



Maksim Kiselev: Yevgeny Shevchuk, the President of Pridnestrovie, is in touch with us.

Hello, Yevgeny Vasilievich! One of the experts compared Pridnestrovie with a surrounded fortress. Blockade – this is a definition which suits now for a description of the situation in Pridnestrovie?


Vice-Speaker of the Russian State Duma Sergei Zheleznyak said that Moscow will be hard to respond to aggression on the part of Kiev’s junta against Pridnestrovie


Pridnestrovie fears a possible escalation of tensions on the border with Ukraine. As reported by TASS news agency, that was said on Monday by Head of the Foreign Ministry of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (the PMR) Nina Shtanski.



Today, on the initiative of the Pridnestrovian side Foreign Ministry of the PMR hosted the meeting between Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski and Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Moldova Pirkka Tapiola.

The discussion focused on the current economic situation in Pridnestrovie, promptly deteriorating in the context of increasing pressure by Moldova and Ukraine. The sides discussed prospects for the future economic interaction of Pridnestrovie and the European Union. 



 “Now it is important to demonstrate to the whole world and first of all to the people of Pridnestrovie, that in a difficult moment Russia will always be there in terms of security of the whole region, the republic, in terms of political stability, diplomatic negotiations.



​Today on the Child Protection Day three new kindergartens were ceremonially opened  in Pridnestrovie - “Kapitoshka” in Tiraspol, “Volshebnaya Romashka” (Magic Daisy) in Bendery and “Kolosok” (Spikelet) in Sukleia built within the Russian Federation socio-humanitarian programme ANO “Eurasian Integration”.