Archive - 5/2020



The Pridnestrovian Ministry of Foreign Affairs notes another false interpretation that Moldova’s representative office on political issues published today.



The delegation of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-Being has been working in Pridnestrovie for the third day. The familiarization meeting between the President of the PMR and representatives of Rospotrebnadzor took place on May 13.


The Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-Being, better known as Rospotrebnadzor, functions under the Russian Federation Government. Among other functions, its service includes the development and approval of state sanitary and epidemiological rules and hygienic standards along with supervision of their implementation. During pandemic, Rospotrebnadzor actively involves within anti-coronavirus activities. Its representatives are now in Pridnestrovie. The working visit is to last for about a week.



How come that Moldova’s representatives deliberately disrupt the work of expert groups and blame Pridnestrovie for this?



Be informed that the Russian Federation Government had previously adopted the Decree  allowing a single exit from Russia to the place of permanent residence in a foreign country for citizens of the Russian Federation disposing of  citizenship, residence permit or other valid document confirming the right to permanent residence.



The  Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting with the World Health Organization delagation led by Igor Pokanevich, WHO Representative in the Republic of Moldova. The Pridnestrovian side was represented by Minister of Foreign Affairs  Vitaly Ignatiev, Minister of Internal Affairs Ruslan Mova, acting  Minister of Health Elena Kulichenko, the first deputy head of the department Kristina Albul and the head doctor of the State Institution “Republican Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology” Natalia Beril.





At the  PMR Government's site took place an online meeting with the delegation of the World Health Organization led by Igor Pokanevich, WHO Representative in Moldova. The discussion was also attended by  UNICEF and the OSCE representatives.