Archive - 2022



On May 9, Pridnestrovians living in the Russian Federation joined the Immortal Regiment procession in Moscow to recall the contribution that the people of Pridnestrovie made to the victory over Nazi Germany and the defeat of fascism.

Before the march started, Head of the Official Representation of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic in the Russian Federation Leonid Manakov, on behalf of the PMR President, congratulated the Pridnestrovian citizens on Victory Day praising the sacrifice and heroism of Soviet citizens during the Great Patriotic War.



On May 6, Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev received the International Committee of the Red Cross delegation led by Roman Machover. First Deputy Chairman of the Pridnestrovian Republican Bank Alexei Melnik also took part in the meeting.

The meeting was held as part of a working visit by an ICRC mission aimed at addressing the technical aspects of aid to Ukrainian refugees and residents of Pridnestrovie.



A videoconference meeting between the Pridnestrovian and Moldovan experts on the import of medicines took place today, involving representatives of pharmaceutical companies from Pridnestrovie. The session was also attended by representatives of the mediators in the negotiation process and the WHO delegation in Moldova.

The meeting was initiated amid the continuing administrative barriers and constraints in the delivery through the territory of Moldova of vital and socially important medication intended for the population and health facilities of Pridnestrovie.



The Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting between Minister of Foreign Affairs Vitaly Ignatiev and Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Thomas Mayr-Harting. The meeting was attended by Ambassador-at-Large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland Artur Dmochowski, Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova Claus Neukirch and the OSCE CiO Coordinator for the Pridnestrovian Settlement Marek Calka.



On April 25-26, the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic came under three terrorist attacks, which prompted the Security Council to adopt the decision to introduce the highest red level of terrorist threat in Pridnestrovie.

At present, the State authorities of the republic are implementing a broad set of measures towards ensuring peace, stability and security of all residents of Pridnestrovie.


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Today, the Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting between Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev and the head of the OSCE Mission Claus Neukirch.

The interlocutors focused on Moldova’s blocking of deliveries of vital goods to Pridnestrovie. First of all, medical products, fertilizers and foodstuffs were referred to. Vitaly Ignatiev negatively assessed today’s statement by the Moldovan government as a self-exposure of the use of the blockade tools for the purpose of political pressure on Pridnestrovie.



We have taken note of the statement by the Moldovan government that was made with the explicit purpose of justifying the blockade and restrictive measures used against Pridnestrovie, but has turned into an act of self-disclosure.


On April 20, an online discussion of expert (working) groups on transport and road infrastructure development was held. Proposals to convene this meeting were repeatedly voiced by the Pridnestrovian side since last December (the previous one took place on September 24, 2021), but were consistently ignored by the Moldovan side.


On April 18, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a request to the head of the European Union Delegation to the Republic of Moldova, Janis Mazeiks, concerning the critical situation around Pridnestrovie’s key enterprise JSC Moldova Steel Works.

The Republic of Moldova continues to block the operation of the plant, in particular, by preventing the import of raw materials and the export of finished products both from the territory of Moldova and in transit through it. Restrictions by the Republic of Moldova may bring severe socio-economic consequences.