Statements and Comments

 
09/28/12
The situation connected with overall decrease of fish stock and danger of extinction of certain species of fish in Dniester river is developing alarmingly in recent times. 
 
09/27/12
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic expresses restrained optimism in connection with the refusal of the European Union to prolong sanctions in respect of the representatives of the leadership of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic expressed in prohibition of entry and movement through the territory of the EU.
In Tiraspol the President of Pridnestrovie Commented the Outcomes of the Meeting with Vladimir Filat
 
09/26/12
On return to Tiraspol after the end of the meeting with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova the President of Pridnestrovie Evgeny Shevchuk commented the outcomes of the dialogue held in Kishinev.
 
08/16/12
In connection with the requests of the Mass Media addressed to the Press Service of the PMR’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on materials spread by the IA “Regnum” which are, according to the statement of the news agency, copies of the documents on the settlement plan, allegedly signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Nina Shtanski we consider it necessary to note the following:
 
07/12/12
On July 9, during session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Resolution on Moldova was adopted, with its draft having been beforehand widely spread via Moldovan and Pridnestrovian mass media.
 
07/11/12
Today delegation of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic left for Vienna to participate in regular round of consultations in 5+2 format on July 12-13, 2012.
 
06/06/12
In connection with the publications appearing in some Moldovan mass media regarding allegedly existing “black lists” and announcement of a number of businessmen of the Republic of Moldova “persona non grata” in Pridnestrovie, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR finds it necessary to note that the given information does not reflect the actual situation.
Comment by Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR to the First Republican Channel Regarding Inquiry of Deputies
 
05/17/12
On May 16, 2012, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR Nina Shtanski made comments to the First Republican TV channel on interaction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR with Supreme Soviet of Pridnestrovie, expert groups’ work, and also touched upon issues relating to organization of the negotiation process between Moldova and Pridnestrovie.
 
05/16/12
As Press-Service of the President of the PMR informed today, law in draft of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic “On Goals and Principles of the Negotiation Process with the Republic of Moldova” was recalled by the President from the Supreme Soviet.
 
05/05/12
On April 26, 2012 the report of television and radio broadcasting Company “Deutsche Welle” named “Transnistria – Europe’s Hotbed of Smuggling” appeared on popular video hosting “YouTube”. 
 
04/12/12
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR expresses profound concern and anxiety in connection with actions of group of civilians under obvious support of military personnel of the Republic of Moldova, executed in Central sector of the Security Zone in the area of Joint Trilateral Peacekeeping Post № 9.
 
03/22/12
In connection with the position defined by the MFAEI of the RM regarding appointment of Dmitry Rogozin as a Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for Pridnestrovie, we deem it necessary to clarify several aspects taking into account a longstanding process of the Moldova-Pridnestrovie relations settlement.
 
03/12/12
In connection with Mikhail Bergman’s comments on history of Moldo-Pridnestrovien conflict, on some aspects of settlement and on the events of inner political life of the PMR spread today by some Internet resources, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PMR informs that the interview represents Mister Bergman’s private opinion and does not reflect the official position of the state authorities of the PMR.
 
01/03/12
In connection with the tragic incident which took place in the Security Zone on January 1, 2012, PMR’s MFA extends its sincere condolences to the man’s family and relatives and empathizes with the tragic loss.
 
11/30/11
The Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic attentively examined reaction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova to the decision of the Russian Federation to open polling stations at the forthcoming elections to the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation in Pridnestrovie due on December 4, 2011.
 
11/22/11
In the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic paid attention to the number of comments and statements, made in the framework of contacts of Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and leadership of the Republic of Moldova.
 
11/09/11
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic with bewilderment took information of certain Media on search, carried out by Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in Official Representative Office of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic in Russian capital.
 
07/29/11
In the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic attention was drawn to the information regarding development and adoption in the first reading of legislative acts by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova which set new rules for crossing of the State Border of this country by foreign citizens. 
 
07/28/11
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic expresses serious concern in connection with a destructive behavior of Moldova’s representatives in the Joint Military Command and the Moldovan delegation in the Joint Control Commission.
 
07/12/11
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic welcomes the recognition by international community of a new state – the Republic of Southern Sudan. PMR’s MFA is pleased to note, that the results of direct expression of popular will, held in this country at the beginning of 2011, became legal base for the recognition of independence of Southern Sudan.

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