Dmitry Palamarchuk meets with a delegation of Hungarian diplomats


The Foreign Ministry hosted a meeting between Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Dmitry Palamarchuk with a delegation of Hungarian diplomats consisting of Minister Counselor of the Embassy of Hungary in Moldova Jenő Kudrjávcev and Counselor of the Hungarian Embassy in Moldova for Foreign Economic Affairs Ferenz Bereni.

Welcoming the guests Dmitry Palamarchuk said that the Pridnestrovian side highly appreciates the current level of cooperation between the Hungarian Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR, as well as authorities and civil society structures of Pridnestrovie. “We are grateful for your willingness to support partnership relations of trust with the republic. We are interested in the development of cooperation between Pridnestrovie and Hungary, including in the economic area,” - the diplomat said. “We highly appreciate the interest that you take in our country and in the situation in the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and Moldova,” - stressed the Deputy Foreign Minister.

Jenő Kudrjávcev has expressed an interest in receiving relevant information regarding the position of the Pridnestrovian side on the negotiation process between Pridnestrovie and Moldova.

In this context Dmitry Palamarchuk told about a number of problematic aspects in the negotiation process, in particular, about politically motivated criminal cases, initiated by the Moldovan authorities against citizens of Pridnestrovie, as well as a ban on crossing the Moldovan-Ukrainian border by vehicles registered in Pridnestrovie.

The Deputy Minister also presented the detailed information to the Hungarian side about the stages of the economic blockade against Pridnestrovie, separately focusing on inadmissibility to block imports to Pridnestrovie of excisable products and other goods imported by business entities that have no registration in the Republic of Moldova.

During the meeting the sides exchanged views on issues of trade and economic cooperation throughout the region, in particular, on the prospects for trade between Pridnestrovie and the European Union in years to come.

The sides agreed to continue working contact in several areas of mutual interest.