Articles and Interviews

 
09/10/15

On her Facebook page the diplomat refuted the incorrect information published in the "Kommersant"

Deputy Prime Minister of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski on her Facebook page commented Vladimir Solovyov’s article untitled “Unrecognized republic recognized failures” published by the “Kommersant”.

 
08/31/15

Exclusive interview given by Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation – Minister of Foreign Affairs Nina Shtanski to Novosti Pridnestrovya news agency

 
08/27/15

Nina Shtanski called Moldova’s new sanctions against Pridnestrovian car owners as “an own goal”

She said on her Facebook page that this news was a “wake-up call”. According to her, the introduction of a ban on movement across the RM’s border for vehicles with Pridnestrovian registration is not a new invention of the Moldovan side.

 
08/25/15

The Foreign Minister of the PMR Nina Shtanski called statements of Charge d'Affaires of Ukraine in Moldova Gennady Altukhov on nonconformity of the peacekeeping operation on the Dniester to the purposes of conflict settlement as provocative outbursts. This assessment is contained in the comments of the Pridnestrovian diplomat in the social network site Facebook in connection with the statements made on the eve of the flag-raising ceremony of Ukraine in Kishinev.

 
07/20/15

RD Interview: Matthew Dal Santo, a Danish Research Council post-doctoral fellow at the University of Copenhagen, met Pridnestrovie’s Deputy Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev in Tiraspol, where they discussed the frozen conflict in Pridnestrovie and post-Soviet Russian identity.

 
07/14/15

Interview of Deputy Prime Minister of the PMR for International Cooperation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nina Shtanski specifically for the media centre “Evraziyskoie Pridnestrovie”.

Nina Viktorovna, intensive 2015 passed the “six months” mark. With what results Pridnestrovie has come to the new half year, how the current foreign policy situation looks like – this I would like to talk about.

 
07/07/15

Head of the Foreign Ministry of Pridnestrovie Nina Shtanski in an interview to the Russkaya Planeta (Russian Planet) told about the historical self-determination, external threats and the conditions for a peaceful settlement

 
07/01/15

Deputy Prime Minister of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski said in exclusive comments to IA “Novosti Pridnestrovya” on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Operational Group of Russian Troops in Pridnestrovie.

 
06/12/15

Deputy Prime Minister of the PMR for International Cooperation, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nina Shtanski stated that during a special interview given to the “Channel 5”(St. Petersburg) for the programme “Otkrytaya Studia” (Open Studio) dedicated to the situation in Pridnestrovie.

 
06/01/15

This was the statement of the Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski during an interview with the special correspondent of RBC TV-Channel in the context of increasing blockade measures by Ukraine against Pridnestrovie.

 
04/29/15

As previously reported by Novosti Pridnestrovya News Agency, Ukrainian deputies submitted ​​to the Verkhovna Rada a bill providing for the denounciation of the agreement with Russia on transit of the Russian troops through Ukrainian territory in Pridnestrovie.

According to Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Ministry Nina Shtanski, such actions on the part of Ukraine can place bolder question mark over the role of the country in the settlement of Moldova-Pridnestrovie conflict.  

 
04/16/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski answered the questions of the IA “Novosti Pridnestrovya”

“Novosti Pridnestrovya”: Does the change of the format of the negotiation process facilitate to the solution to the conflict and, if so, how, in your opinion, should a new balance of power look like?

 
04/03/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski said it during an interview with a special correspondent of the Turkish language broadcasting of the «Sputnik Multimedia» radio station (the international information agency Rossiya Segodnya)

 
03/08/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Nina Shtanski told about how Pridnestrovie survives in a complicated foreign policy situation and how it deals with socio-economic crisis in an interview with Alexander Balitsky, a correspondent of the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company.

 
02/26/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Nina Shtanski answered questions of an expert of the “Eurasian Pridnestrovie” media center, Ph.D.in Law, associate professor of the Moscow State Law Academy Alexander Sergeev.

 
02/24/15

Russia has always helped Pridnestrovie. The areas of assistance were various. Nina Shtanski told about it in a live broadcast of a Russian radio station.

 
02/15/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski told about it in the exclusive interview to “Novosti Pridnestrovya”

 
02/09/15

Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski gave comments to the information agency “News Maker” on the upcoming consultations with the 5+2 participants, in particular with Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Radojko Bogojevic.  We remind that the OSCE delegation will visit Pridnestrovie today, on February 9.

 
01/27/15

The past year has revealed principal contradictions between Moldova and Pridnestrovie in the peaceful settlement of the conflict, which has lasted for more than two decades. The lack of progress in the negotiation process and blocking actions on the part of Moldavia call into question the effectiveness of the existing negotiation format “5 + 2”. In an interview to “Krasnaya Zvezda” Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pridnestrovie Vitaly Ignatiev told about the impacts of the pressure on Pridnestrovie, for what purpose and who profits from maintaining the conflict potential on the Dniester.

 
01/23/15

Yesterday, Deputy Chairperson of the Government of the PMR for International Cooperation, Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski gave a comment to the Russian newspaper “Moskovsky Komsomolets” on the consequences of the economic blockade and the current situation in Pridnestrovie. Below is the full text of the comment.

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