Today, Conference on Confidence Building Measures within Settlement of the Pridnestrovian Conflict Opened in Bavarian Place Landshut


Experts communicate in three thematic sessions: on economic, trade and infrastructure (including the freedom of movement) issues, on environmental and ecological issues, and on law enforcement issues.

Within the thematic session on economic, trade and infrastructure (including freedom of movement) issues the experts focused on the discussion of the possible ways to develop mutual trade turnover between Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova.

The thematic session on the cooperation of law enforcement was focused on expert discussion of the current situation in the area of practical cooperation between law enforcement authorities of Pridnestrovie and the Republic of Moldova. Pridnestrovian side deplored the lack of substantive interaction at this stage and made specific proposals for the resumption of addressing issues which had raised no controversy between the parties before.

During the thematic session on environment and ecology experts reviewed the joint projects in the sphere of the protection of Dniester natural resources involving international partners.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic posts the full presentations voiced today by experts from the Pridnestrovian side.

“State and prospects of the negotiation process in the framework of the Expert (Working) Groups on Economic Issues of Pridnestrovie and Moldova” – report by Deputy Chairperson of the Government on Issues of Economic and Financial Development, Minister of Economic Development of the PMR Maiya Parnas.

Report by Deputy Chairperson of the State Customs Committee of the PMR Boris Panko.

Report by Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources of the PMR Yuriy Ursul.

Report by Deputy Chairperson of the Board of the Union of Industrialists, Farmers and Entrepreneurs of Pridnestrovie Yuriy Cheban.

Report by First Deputy Minister of Interior of the PMR Sergey Belous.

Photos: Press Service of the President of the PMR.