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A meeting of political representatives from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova Vitaly Ignatiev and Oleg Serebrian took place today at the office of the OSCE Mission in Tiraspol.



On March 17, a meeting of expert (working) groups on education from Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova was held via video link.

The parties reviewed certain aspects of the functioning of protocol decisions in the field of education signed in November 2017. A stable positive state of affairs in the work of Romanian-language schools located in Pridnestrovie was noted. At the same time, a number of remaining difficulties in the use of apostilled diplomas abroad was again brought to the attention of the Moldovan side.



The Foreign Ministry made notice of the conclusion adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on March 15 this year containing clearly biased politicized expressions in an effort to accuse the Russian Federation of the so-called “act of military aggression against the Republic of Moldova” and the so-called “occupation” of Pridnestrovie. No less interesting were the subsequent comments and statements of some Moldovan officials and politicians.

In this regard, we consider it appropriate to highlight several points.



Today, experts of Pridnestrovie and Moldova on regulatory and document support of citizens held a regular meeting via videoconference.

In the course of communication, the experts discussed previously submitted proposals on a mechanism for the bilateral exchange of information through civil registration authorities and archival services in order to resolve the numerous problems faced by citizens when processing documents.

The Pridnestrovian side proposed to record the specified mechanism of interdepartmental interaction as a Protocol decision.



Today, Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev took part via video link in the International Scientific and Practical Conference “Peacemaking as an Instrument of Reconciliation Policy: A Positive and Negative Experience” hosted by the Russian State University for the Humanities.

The event was organized by RSUH jointly with the Russkiy Mir Foundation. The conference brought together diplomats who used to be involved in peace operations, military personnel with peacekeeping experience, university professors and analysts who study peacemaking.



We regard the submission by the Republic of Moldova’s leadership of an application for membership in the European Union as a geopolitical decision leading to a change in international borders and spheres of influence in the regional space and radically altering the circumstances of the final settlement of Moldovan-Pridnestrovian relations.

We understand the decision of our neighboring republic’s leadership.



Vitaly Ignatiev and Oleg Serebrian met in the OSCE Mission office in Chisinau in the presence of representatives of mediators and observers.

As part of the communication, the parties exchanged up-to-date information on the situation with refugees from Ukraine arriving in Pridnestrovie and Moldova, their accommodation and conditions of stay in the territories of the parties.