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The Foreign Ministry held a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the Ossetian people genocide dated 1918-1920. The event attended the Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev, Chairman of the Supreme Council of the PMR Alexander Korshunov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the PMR Stanislav Kasap, Minister of State Security of the PMR Valery Gebos, Heads of Representative Offices of Abkhazia and South Ossetia Alexander Vataman and Vitaly Yankovsky, Chairman of the Armenian Community in Pridnestrovie Gegam Gevorkyan.



On June 19, 2020, a meeting of expert (working) groups on railway transport and communications from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova was held in a videoconference format.

The meeting was focused on current issues of cooperation in the field of rail transportation and long-standing problems impeding economic activity, including oil products carriage ban through the Slobodka-Kolbasna border crossing on the border between Pridnestrovie and Ukraine.



The Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev met with Special Representative of the OSCE Chairman-in-Office Thomas Mayr-Harting. The head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, Klaus Neukirch attended the meeting as well.



Earlier, the Pridnestrovian Foreign Ministry assisted the Pridnestrovian citizens in coordinating their road transit through Ukraine.



Pridnestrovian Foreign Ministry hosted the meeting of Minister Vitaly Ignatiev with the Head of the Official Representative Office of the Republic of South Ossetia in Pridnestrovie Vitaly Yankovsky. Deputy Minister Alexander Stetsiuk attended the meeting as well.



On June 10, 2020, the expert (working) groups on education from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova held a video format meeting.

The Pridnestrovian side outlined a wide range of issues related to the interests of Pridnestrovians in terms of academic mobility and other pressing issues in the education field.

The Moldavian side was not ready for a substantive constructive dialogue on the issue of super legalization of the T.G. Shevchenko Pridnestrovian State University diplomas necessary for its graduates when using this document in Germany.


We took note of the dubious PR campaign of Moldova’s political representative in the form of a press conference on the results and recommendations following the WHO delegation’s visit to Pridnestrovie on May 6.



The Moldovan head of state, Igor Dodon initiated a telephone conversation with Pridnestrovian President Vadim Krasnoselsky. Interlocutors discussed the progress of the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and Moldova. The parties touched upon a number of expert (working) groups’ activities. They agreed to continue the working dialogue aimed at confidence improving between the sides.


The meeting between the Pridnestrovian President with the European diplomat took place in a video format. The Head of the PMR’s Foreign Ministry, Vitaly Ignatiev attended the meeting as well.

Greeting Klaus Neukirch, Vadim Krasnoselsky noted that international Community Representatives’ attention is important to the republic. The Head of OSCE Mission to Moldova stated ad his turn that he is attentively following the situation in Pridnestrovie and the events occurring along the perimeter that have influence on.



The Pridnestrovian Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs that the Republic of Moldova has returned to destructive, antihuman methods blocking the import to Pridnestrovie of the so needed medicines to be used within pandemic fight.