Archive - 2011


Vladimir Yastrebchak Met with the Delegation of the Heads of Permanent Missions to the OSCE
On July 8, 2011 PMR’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Yastrebchak met the delegation of the Heads of Permanent Missions to the OSCE, which made an official visit to Tiraspol.


Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Konstantin Grishchenko Pays a Working Visit to Pridnestrovie

On July 7, 2011, the Head of Ukrainian foreign policy department,Konstantin Grishchenko and his wife visited the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic. They were received by President of the PMR Igor Smirnov and his wife Zhanetta Nikolayevna, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Vladimir Yastrebchak, leadership of the Ministries of Interior and Education, and Rector of the Pridnestrovien State University Stepan Beril. Visiting Pridnestrovie together with Konstantin Grishchenko was Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine to Moldova Sergey Pirozhkov.


The Representatives of Creative Community Congratulated PMR’s MFA on the 19th Anniversary
On July 1, 2011 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic celebrated its 19th anniversary.

Pridnestrovie reacted with bewilderment and indignation to the position occupied by Romanian officials on the question of tragic events which took place 70 years ago.


The appearance in state media of the Republic of Moldova of some “specifications” of the official position of Moldova, the necessity of which is apparently connected with the active position of Pridnestrovie and principled questions from the side of guarantors, intermediaries and observers in Moldova-Pridnestrovie settlement, in Tiraspol is noted with satisfaction.


The Head of Pridnestrovien MFA met the delegation from Ministry of Internal Affairs of Abkhazia
Today PMR’s Foreign Minister Vladimir Yastrebchak received the delegation from Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia, headed by Internal Minister, Police Major General Leonid Dzapshba.

We pay attention of our guests to the downloadable pdf-version of the last issue of the Diplomatic Journal of Pridnestrovie (July 2011) available on our web-site and updating of the Information Digest column.


One of the main obstacles to the resumption of official work in 5+2 format is the absence of any practical progress in solving the problems, existing in the relations between Tiraspol and Kishinev. 


On June 22, 2011, on the Day of Memory and Sorrow, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic Vladimir Yastrebchak participated in the flower-laying to the Eternal Flame at a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Alexander Garden in Moscow, having paid the tribute to the memory of those who had fallen in the Great Patriotic War. 


As it is known, on June 21, 2011, Moscow will host the next round of informal consultations of the participants of the Permanent Consultations on Political Issues in the Framework of the Pridnestrovien Settlement Negotiation Process, more known as a 5+2 format, where the “five” is the founders of the Permanent Consultations… (the conflicting sides, guarantors and co-mediators), and “plus two” – observers from the European Union and the USA.