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Всех заинтересовала проблема Приднестровья. Их уже не удовлетворяло одностороннее (кишиневское) объяснение возникшей проблемы.

Журналисты искали встреч с государственными и общественными деятелями республики. И, конечно, зарубежных журналистов интересовало, как работают их коллеги на приднестровском радио, удостоенном глушения со стороны противника. (Этим, кстати, в свое время весьма гордились «Голос Америки» и «Радио Свобода»).

Опыт общения с иностранными журналистами в начале 1990-х подсказал необходимость создания на «Радио Приднестровья», помимо редакций вещания на официальных языках государства - русском, украинском и молдавском, редакции вещания на иностранных языках.

В настоящее время вещание государственного радио Приднестровской Молдавской Республики осуществляется на 6-ти языках:

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News from Pridnestrovie


Pridnestrovian delegation headed by President Yevgeny Shevchuk is taking part in the Conference on Confidence in the settlement process. The event is held in the Bavarian town of Landshut (Germany).

The President Yevgeny Shevchuk addressed the participants of the conference on confidence-building measures in the settlement process.

Yevgeny Shevchuk said that Pridnestrovie needs ultimate solutions, only they, in the opinion of the President, will enable one to defend the Republic.

"We are making steps to overcome the contradictions at the negotiating table, and it is our fundamental principle. I am sure that it helps to overcome the problems, and that the dialogue is a movement in the right direction," said the President of Pridnestrovie.

The President laid out a vision of the official Tiraspol on current issues in the negotiations. According to Yevgeny Shevchuk, the overall situation is better than, say, a year ago. But the unilateral actions of Moldova in the Security Zone lead to an increase in tension. The installation of new posts, exceeding the number of police in the city of Bendery, the action on the dam of Dubossary hydroelectric power station, the attempts at kidnapping of citizens of Pridnestrovie and smuggling them into the Republic of Moldova, all this in the face of continuing economic pressure on the foreign trade, transportation, etc. Despite the fact that the right to freedom of FEA is stipulated in the Memorandum of 1997.

In his speech, the President of Pridnestrovie also dwelt on the economic situation in the republic. According to him, the economic pressure upon Pridnestrovie is politically motivated. The accession of Moldova and Ukraine to the free trade zone with the European Union to the Republic raises new challenges.

"I'm against the return to the state of liberal democracy, in which a free people through external political decisions is deprived of the economic basis of life. In our opinion, the most dangerous is the ingrained habit to try to impel Pridnestrovie and to counteract its economic development through tariff and non-tariff measures. Is it a secret that the basis of the PMR economy, because of restrictions, is hardly competitive and that the effects of pressures exacerbate the crisis?" said Yevgeny Shevchuk.

A year ago in Germany at a similar meeting there were announced intentions to address the socio-economic problems, but in fact they have not been addressed, there are new challenges. The terms of a free trade zone with the European Union, which Moldova is joining, do not take into account the interests of Pridnestrovie.

According to Yevgeny Shevchuk, the foundation of trust between the parties can be built in only one way – by solving the existing socio-economic, transport, humanitarian and legal issues.

The Pridnestrovian President believes that it is important to build a reliable, pragmatic interaction, based on the interests of both sides. Such cooperation should be based on the unblocking of the economy, creating new opportunities for development, removal of existing restrictions and building an atmosphere of trust.

Yevgeny Shevchuk reminded the audience that recently in the world there appeared several new states - South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Kosovo, Southern Sudan, in all cases, the clincher was the will of the people.

"Are the members of the international community ready to consider the will of Pridnestrovians repeatedly expressed during the referenda? Are they ready to ensure that their rights will be respected and inviolable, as in many parts of the world? Are they ready to admit that the basis of democracy is the will of the person, who lives directly, including, in a conflict zone? One should not be afraid of the international recognition of the state that has actually taken place, if it brings about stablility and answers the question of how to resolve the conflict. And the international recognition of Pridnestrovie, in our opinion, leads to stability and the most equitable settlement. The highest value is the person who lives here and now, with his problems and rights, and no one can take away a person's right to choose, the right to freedom!" said the head of the republic.

The Pridnestrovian President believes that it's high time for Pridnestrovie and Moldova to make a civilized divorce by example of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Serbia and Montenegro. Yevgeny Shevchuk believes that the acquisition of the international recognition of Pridnestrovie will only bring advantages.

Summing up his speech, the head of state stressed the leading role of Russia as a guarantor country. According to the President, thanks to the versatile support of Russia and the current peacekeeping operation, the situation in the region remains stable.


Ukraine intends to open a consulate in Tiraspol and considers the move "as an important element of building trust in the region," stated the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Leonid Kozhara at a meeting with Moldavian Prime Minister Yuri Leanca in the German town of Landshut.

Leonid Kozhara said that Kiev has sent a formal request to Kishinev on the opening of the consulate in Tiraspol.

The OSCE Chairman-in-Office praised the decision of the Moldavian authorities to adopt changes to the immigration rules. These changes create the conditions for the free movement of citizens of Pridnestrovie, and it is important to to put them into practice as soon as possible, said Kozhara.

Adressing to the Prime Minister of Moldova Yuri Leanca and head of Pridnestrovie Yevgeny Shevchuk, the OSCE Chariman-in-Office stressed the need to "make every effort to maintain peace and stability in the region."

The head of the OSCE mission in Moldova Jennifer Brush, in turn, said that "today's meeting between the leaders of the Republic of Moldova and Pridnestrovie is a demonstration of a political climate conducive to the expansion of cooperation for the benefit of all the people on both banks of the Dniester River."


In the Pridnestrovian Foreign Ministry the young diplomats met with the Russian journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker, a host of a TV program "Leonid Mlechin's Documentary" on the Russian TV channel "TV Center".

It is Leonid Mlechin's first visit to Pridnestrovie, and as he assured the young diplomats, it is not the last. "It was very interesting, because of course I've read about Pridnestrovie, I know something. Now I see with my own eyes what it is, where it is, what it looks like," he said.

Leonid Mlechin told the young diplomats about the leaders of Soviet diplomacy different times.

According to the journalist, the Soviet history, which he is into, at first glance seems pretty well studied. Still, it is an enormous array that is not understood and not comprehended, but it is important and not only historically.

As Leonid Mlechin admitted after the meeting, he plans to make a film about Pridnestrovie. "What it will be, nobody knows, including me, because a great work has to be done at first. I am a serious person, and if I got interested, I'll dig. I would never dare to speak on a topic that I do not know very well," he said, adding that he is leaving the Republic with a big bag of books and a lot of excitement.


A scientific-practical conference "The Constitution of the Russian Federation and the development of law in post-Soviet space" kicked off in Tiraspol. It is attended by scholars and legal practitioners from Pridnestrovie, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus.

The two-day conference is being held in the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Shevchenko. It is attended by representatives of the Supreme Arbitration Court of Russia, as well as scientists from the universities of Russia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus.

Prime Minister of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Tatiana Turanskaya held a workshop on the preparation of the scientific forum, the Minister of Justice of the Republic Alexander Kisnichan, chairman of the Arbitration Court of Maria Melnik, Dean of the Law Faculty of State University Ilia Milman.

"The conference of this kind is a fairly large-scale event for the Pridnestrovian State University, it is held for the first time on the territory of our Republic, it is timed to the eighth birthday of the Faculty of Law PSU," said the Dean of the Faculty of Law of the PSU.


Prime Minister of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Tatiana Turanskaya had a meeting with the Rector of the PSU named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko Stepan Beril and the first rector of the university Natalia Nikiforova.

The outcome of the meeting was the signing of the Cooperation Agreement between the Government Office and the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko. The document envisages assistance from the Government in the provision of effective practice of university students, raising the level of practical and theoretical knowledge, as well as assistance in job placement of graduates of the university.


The former Soviet Union has marked the International Day of Remembrance of Victims of Political Repression. Already for more than twenty years on that day the Pridnestrovian capital has been hosting a rally of memory not far from the powder magazine of the bastion of the fortress of St. Vladimir in Tiraspol.

The executions took place exactly on the territory of the fortress in the 30-ies of the last century. Later, during the German-Romanian occupation, the fortress territory became one of the places in Tiraspol of mass extermination of Soviet citizens. In the early 90's during excavations at the powder magazine a mass grave was discovered. A few years later there appeared a memorial to the victims of political repression.

According to tradition, there was held a commemoration meeting, attended by the Association of Victims of Political Repression, representatives of the State Administration of Tiraspol and Dnestrovsk, students of one of the Tiraspol schools.

Addressing those present at the meeting, the deputy head of the Metropolitan State Administration Natalia Shchukina, said: "Today it is important for the younger generation to know about the events and convey the memory of their children."

According to the chairman of the Association of Tiraspol victims of political repression Vsevolod Volosyuk, members of the public organization conducted research that resulted in the recovery of the fate of some 800 inhabitants of the Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, whose capital was Tiraspol. Within 5 years, the Association has been working on the creation of the Book of Memory. The materials, collected by this time, along with photos of the victims at this site were represented at the meeting.

As they noted at the meeting, only in the 30-40-es in the MASSR about 5,400 people were sentenced to death. Among them was the father of the rally participant Larissa Antonovna Berberian, Anton Ivanovich Lashkevitch. "My dad graduated from the Kharkov Academy of Agriculture and from 1929 to 1938 worked as head of the People's Commissariat of Reclamation of the Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. He was arrested in Kiev June 12, 1938. He was transported to Tiraspol and on October 3, 1938 the "troika" accused him of spying for the Polish intelligence and disclosing data on the state of agriculture and forestry. Two days later he was executed. I do not know where he was buried, because the castle is not the only place where the executions were conducted, but every the year on day of the victims of political repression I do come to this place. Later, my dad was fully rehabilitated," shared Larissa Berberian.

As the director of Tiraspol Incorporated museum, in charge of the powder magazine and the bastion of St. Vladimir, Alla Melnychuk noted in her speech at the rally, addressing the students present, "live communication with the witnesses of that era will never replace the work with archival documents."

In conclusion of the meeting they laid fresh flowers at the memorial. Troop priest of the Black Sea Cossack troops Archpriest Vasily held liturgy in memory of the dead.


The capital of Pridnestrovie is hosting the Days of Russian cinema. The cinema complex "Tiraspol" showed a romantic comedy "Child's play," by a young director Sonya Karpunina.

According to critics, the youth movie is down to earth and full of energy. Anyone wishing to get acquainted with the Russian cinema are invited to attend the show at 18:00.

Presentation of the best films of recent years, including "The lnd's Edge" by Alexei Uchitel, "Elena" by Andrei Zvyagintsev and "Child's play" by Sonya Karpunina was organized on the initiative of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. Within three days the Pridnestrovian viewer meets the new Russian cinema.

"It was necessary to select the best films of the last three years, different in genre, designed for different audiences. These three days will show, whether we have made a mistake or not," said the deputy head of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Kishinev Sergei Davydov.

He noted that the Days of Russian cinema in Tiraspol will now be held on a regular basis.

The Pridnestrovian capital has already hosted Festivals of German, American, Swedish and French cinema.