Articles and Interviews

Nina Shtanski: Common Citizens should benefit
Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pridnestrovie Nina Shtanski answered the questions of VESTI.MD in exclusive interview.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovien Moldavian Republic Nina Shtanski gave interview to GTimes
Pridnestrovien conflict has over twenty years of history. Armed confrontation between Moldavia and Pridnestrovie was stopped owing to the help of the RF. Russia continues to provide security of the population in the conflict zone. 
Nina Shtanski: In Dublin We Will Not Discuss the Fate of the Peacekeepers
On February 28 the regular meeting of the Permanent Conference on the political questions of the Moldovan-Pridnestrovien settlement in 5+2 format (Pridnestrovie and Moldova – as the sides of the negotiations process; Russia, Ukraine and OSCE as the mediators; the EU and the USA as the observers) is going to take place in the capital of Ireland.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Nina Shtanski Gave Interview to the Newspaper “Profsoyuznye Vesti”
On January 21, head of the PMR’s foreign office Nina Shtanski gave exclusive interview to Observer program, which goes on the air of First Republican TV channel. 
While staying in Moscow with working visit, PMR’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Yastrebchak commented upon the statement of the President of the RF Dmitriy Medvedev in connection with plans of the USA on deployment of system of missile defense in Europe during the interview to REGNUM Informational Agency.

Today, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the PMR, Vladimir Yastrebchak, met with journalists of Al Jazeera TV Channel. Film crew of this international television company prepares report on political and economic situation in Pridnestrovie.


One of the main foreign policy events for Pridnestrovie in September has become its participation in another round of informal consultations between participants of the Permanent Consultations on Political Issues in the Framework of the Pridnestrovian Settlement Negotiation Process (the five plus two format) held in Vienna on 27-28 September.

Over the last 20 years Pridnestrovien state has gone through a number of stages in its development which have been correspondingly reflected in the sphere of foreign policy.