Archive - 7/2022




The PMR President’s Office hosted a meeting between Vadim Krasnoselsky and Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova Claus Neukirch. Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev and Political Advisor of the OSCE Mission to Moldova Grigory Alkhazov also took part in the discussion.


Deputy Foreign Minister Alexandr Stetsiuk met with the UN delegation headed by Roman Shpak, responsible for political issues in Europe and Central Asia at the UN Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs.



On the eve of the 30th anniversary of peacekeeping forces’ entry into Pridnestrovie, a round table was held in the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation. PMR Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots Artem Turov, members of the Russian and PMR Civic Chambers, participants of the peacekeeping operation on the Dniester, and Russian and Pridnestrovian experts attended it, including online.


First Pridnestrovian TV Channel, Alexander Lagutin: Moldovan authorities rejected the proposal of Pridnestrovian President Vadim Krasnoselsky to conclude an agreement with guarantees of peace and security for the region. Such a document was to be signed by all participants of the 5+2 negotiating format. How do you assess such a step of official Chisinau, and can we expect new provocations in Pridnestrovie as a result?



A press conference was held in the international multimedia press center of the Russia Today news agency with Vitaly Ignatiev, Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister, and Alexei Pushkov, Chairman of the Provisional Commission of the Federation Council on Information Policy and Media Relations. The event was timed to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the peacekeeping operation on the Dniester.


PMR President Vadim Krasnoselsky met with members of the delegation of the U.S. Embassy in Moldova, headed by Kent Logsdon, at the Pridnestrovian President’s Administration. Welcoming the Ambassador, Vadim Krasnoselsky noted that he appreciated the opportunity to communicate with an experienced and knowledgeable diplomat.


PMR Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev is on a working visit to Moscow. As part of the visit, the Foreign Minister attended a round table on Russia’s Participation in the Peacekeeping Operation in Pridnestrovie: 30 Years of Peace and Stability in the Region, organized on the platform of the Federation Council. Representatives of the Federation Council Committees on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Security, the State Duma, the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, the Russian Defense and Foreign Affairs Ministries, and the expert community were among those invited.



The Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister gave an exclusive interview about the negotiation process, association with the EU and the supply of products and medications to the republic.

Exclusive interview: Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev answers questions from Sputnik Moldova.

– What is your assessment of the status of the negotiation process with Chisinau?




After the working meeting, PMR Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev and Ambassador-at-Large of the Russian MFA Vitaly Tryapitsyn answered questions from journalists.

The media representatives were interested in the prospects for the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and Moldova in the light of Moldova’s application for EU membership. Vitaly Tryapitsyn replied that the negotiation process is currently experiencing difficult times, the 5+2 format is ‘on pause’ for objective reasons, influenced by the regional situation.


The Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting of Deputy Foreign Minister Alexandr Stetsiuk with representatives of the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Catrin Gosby, Marianna Pateraki and Tania Marcello.

The DRC delegation came to Pridnestrovie on an informational visit to identify the humanitarian needs of the Ukrainian refugees, as well as to determine the support that the organization can provide.