Archive - 7/2020

Date

31/07

 
07/31/20

Today, a meeting of political representatives from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova, Vitaly Ignatiev and Cristina Lesnic, took place via video-link.

The participants in the meeting addressed a variety of pressing issues related to the current situation in the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova, stressing the need to implement the previously reached agreements of the Berlin Plus package.

25/07

 
07/25/20

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Vitaly Ignatiev held talks with the head of the Foreign Ministry of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Masis Mayilyan through videoconferencing.

During the conversation, Vitaly Ignatiev noted that Pridnestrovie is watching with concern the growing tension on the border of Armenia with Azerbaijan, expressing the words of support and empathy for the Armenian people in this regard.

22/07

 
07/22/20

On July 21, 2020, a meeting of telecommunication experts from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova was held in a videoconference format.

During the meeting, the parties reviewed the latest progress in fulfilling their obligations under the agreements on telecommunications signed in 2017-2018, and exchanged views on the prospects for further cooperation.

20/07

 
07/20/20

In connection with the ongoing attacks by certain high-ranking officials of the neighboring Moldova regarding the methods used by Pridnestrovie to contain the pandemic, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR underscores the following.

The controlled quarantine crossing points on the border of Pridnestrovie with the Republic of Moldova function primarily and explicitly to protect the health of the Pridnestrovian citizens by preventing a massive disease “importation” from abroad.

16/07

 
07/16/20

In recent months, the Republic of Moldova, disregarding its obligations within the negotiation process and abandoning the normal working dialogue, deliberately raises tensions and arranges provocative actions on the border with the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.

Pridnestrovie has information about provocative actions planned by the Moldovan side in the Security Zone, targeting inter alia the members of the Joint Peacekeeping Forces, which can seriously destabilize the situation and lead to unpredictable consequences.

14/07

 
07/14/20

A telephone conversation was held between the PMR’s President Vadim Krasnoselsky and the Head of the Moldovan State Igor Dodon. The interlocutors confirmed their readiness to meet at the end of this month to discuss current issues on the negotiation agenda.

 
07/14/20

Today, a meeting of expert (working) groups on transport and road infrastructure development was held through a videoconference, following the previous multiple proposals from Pridnestrovie.

13/07

 
07/13/20

On July 9, 2020, a meeting of expert (working) groups on environmental issues from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova was held in a videoconference format.

During the meeting, relevant peer experts discussed issues related to the conservation and rational use of the Dniester aquatic biological resources. In particular, the Pridnestrovian side provided information on 2019 efforts to stock the river with commercial species of fish and suggested a regular exchange of such data.

9/07

 
07/09/20

Today, the PMR’s Supreme Council plenary meeting adopted a statement in connection with the increasing tensions in the Security Zone fuelled by the Republic of Moldova.

8/07

 
07/08/20

Welcoming the US Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Moldova Dereck Hogan, Vadim Krasnoselsky said that there have been events that require joint discussion since the previous meeting. The problematic aspect is a serious slowdown in the dynamics of the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova. “The negotiation process is almost stagnating. The prospects for resuming a normal dialogue are not yet clear,” the PMR’s President noted. Vadim Krasnoselsky emphasized that humanitarian and social issues are accumulating.

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