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Выход «Радио Приднестровья» в большой эфир всколыхнул коллег-журналистов из разных стран мира. По визитным карточкам приезжавших можно было изучать географию не только Европы, но и других континентов: Франция, Германия, Италия, Швеция, Англия, Греция, Израиль и даже Австралия.

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:

- в FM-диапазоне - на русском, украинском и молдавском языках;

- в СВ-диапазоне - на русском языке;

- в КВ-диапазоне - на русском, английском, немецком и французском языках;

- on-line трансляция в Интернете - на русском, украинском и молдавском языках.

В редакцию "Радио Приднестровья" приходят письма от слушателей из самых разных уголков мира: от наших ближайших соседей - Украины, Молдовы, Белоруссии и России - до таких отдаленных стран, как Великобритания, США, Канада, Япония, Австралия, Новая Зеландия, Китай, Бразилия, Венесуэла, Чили, Мексика, Индия, Нигерия, Алжир и др. Всего (на сегодняшний день) из 45-и стран мира.

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News from Pridnestrovie


The forthcoming Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius has become the determining factor in the political life of Pridnestrovie. Local social activists call on the international community to recognize the republic.

In Moldova they organized a hundred thousand rally in support of European integration, and in Ukraine they still failed meet the requirements of Brussels.

The wide awareness-raising campaign, which Pridnestrovian social activists pledged to organize last week, kicked off. Representatives of public organizations of Slobodzeya district adopted an appeal to the Public Chamber of Russia. Slobodzeya social activists are convinced that Pridnestrovie should gain international recognition, and then become part of the Eurasian Union.

The very next day in Dubossary they spoke about the effect on Pridnestrovie of the accession of Moldova and Ukraine to the free trade zone with the European Union. Traditionally, active Dubossary social activists urged residents of the town, the region and the republic to join together and seek international recognition.

And even Pridnestrovian communists who dedicate traditional rallies to criticizing the authorities, this time talked more about the Vilnius summit of the Eastern Partnership. The Communists believe that the initialing by Moldova and signing by Ukraine of Association Agreement with the European Union may become a new tool of pressure on Pridnestrovie. They have decided to address for help to the countries-guarantors.

Similar surroundings - red flags, banners and sounding slogans -, could be seen in Kishinev on November 7. However, the local communists pursue a slightly different purpose. They want the resignation of the government.

The velvet revolution, launched by Moldavian Communists back in late September, has not yet yielded the desired results. Moreover, last week the red missed another devastating blow. Parties of the ruling pro-European alliance organized a large-scale rally. It gathered about 100,000 people in the main square of Kishinev.

Of course, it was not without the use of administrative resources, many people came to the rally under threat of dismissal. Although, even in this pro-European idyll there was no consensus on the issue of Moldova's accession to the EU. The pro-European rally was not entirely smooth and even European officials have questioned the sincerity of this mass declaration of love to Europe, which in places looked like blatant harassment.

"Even if you do not want us, even if you do not love us, we want you and love you," said the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova Vlad Filat.

At their November 7 demonstration Moldavian Communists presented an ultimatum to the current government - they demanded the resignation of the government until November 21. But they do not believe this could happen.

The current government do not pay much attention to the Communists. The government and other institutions are busy with the final preparations to the Vilnius summit of the Eastern Partnership. It is known that Moldova is to initial and Ukraine is to sign an association agreement with the EU. Last week, Moldavian Prime Minister even went on a short visit to Kiev to Vilnius to compare notes with the Ukrainian president and prime minister.

Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova Leanca said that "the signing of the Association Agreement and free trade zone in Vilnius is not only in the national interests of Ukraine, but also in the national interests of the Republic of Moldova."

The Pridnestrovian settlement was also discussed in Kiev. In turn, Tiraspol is concerned with such a rapprochement of its neighbors. It is associated with the possible pressure on Pridnestrovie from Moldova and Ukraine in order to achieve the necessary political decisions. During his recent interview the President of Pridnestrovie was asked about it.

According to the President of Pridnestrovie, "nowhere in the world have blocking and economic sanctions achieved a fair settlement." This begs the question of how Ukraine and Moldova will behave upon signing the agreement, where they will find a partner and determine the trade regimes. If the situation develops in such a scenario, it is unknown how Ukraine will implement this scenario against its own citizens living in Pridnestrovie. There are more than 80 thousand of them. "Will she leave them without a job? Will it let the situation become a humanitarian disaster? These are not resolution approaches, these are conflict approaches! I want to say that a negative approach will give a negative result in the first place to those who wrote the scripts," said Yevgeny Shevchuk.

By the way, Ukraine's signing of an association agreement with the European Union is still questionable. The fact is that Brussels insists on making changes in the Ukrainian legislation. They relate to the prosecutor's office, the electoral system and the treatment of prisoners abroad. The former law is a loophole for Yulia Timoshenko. If adopted, it will let her go abroad. The Party of Regions and President Viktor Yanukovych are doing their best to prevent such a development. This week the opposition and the authorities, with the participation Euro-goons tried to negotiate, but to no avail. They failed to reach a consensus and decided to convene an extraordinary meeting of the Rada.

Moldova also has issues with the EU homework. Local legislature failed to enact laws on the reform of the judicial system and the fight against corruption. Political analysts say that the politicians are just trying to get the maximum personal benefit out of the situation. What will eventually be decisive, greed, or the prospect of a bright European future will become clear very soon. Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius is due on 28-29 November.


Pridnestrovian residents - citizens of Russia and Ukraine - will not be fined on the border with Moldova. This was reported by several news agencies on the Internet. The promised amendments to administrative law thus entered into force. The neighboring country's parliament adopted them in the final reading.

According to news agencies, now residents of Pridnestrovie, bearing Russian and Ukrainian foreign passports, will be discriminated by the marks in their documents. After all, their passports should be issued by the embassies located in Moldova. It is provided for the procedure for submitting an application on its own responsibility, confirming residence in Pridnestrovie.

The introduction of administrative sanctions for Pridnestrovian Russians and Ukrainians turned out great political scandal. The official Tiraspol actively lobbied the freedom of movement of citizens at various venues. The issue was discussed two years starting from the meetings of the "5+2" , and the last meeting of the President of our country Yevgeny Shevchuk with the prime minister of our neighbor Yuri Leanca.

Russians and Ukrainians account for a big part of the citizens of Pridnestrovie. And their attempt to cross the border with Moldova could have ended for them with fines, and serious enough for the inhabitants of Pridnestrovie - about $ 50. It is quite natural that this, for example, has significantly reduced the number of people willing to fly on holiday or on business from the Kishinev airport.

In Kishinev, they believe that the decision of the Moldavian authorities is a concrete contribution to the freedom of movement of people from both banks of the Dniester. And in the Pridnestrovian Foreign Ministrythey have assured that the "tactics of small steps" proposed to Moldova more than once will solve the problems of the citizens of both countries.


The official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia writes about Pridnestrovie. The site has information about the conference in Landshut.

Recall, it was organized by the Ukrainian OSCE Chairmanship together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany - the country for the fourth time providing the venue for the conference. It was attended by the heads of the expert working groups from Moldova and Pridnestrovie, political representatives of the wto sides, mediators and observers in the negotiations on the Moldavian-Pridnestrovian settlement, as well as the specially invited Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova Leanca and the President of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Yevgeny Shevchuk.

Particular attention was paid to the prospects of economic development of Moldova and Pridnestrovie after the Vilnius summit of "Eastern Partnership". The purpose of the conference's participants, mediators and observers was to get the idea about state of affairs in the practical aspects of daily life in the two banks of the Dniester, and, more importantly, to give political impetus to this work, - emphasized in the Russian Foreign Ministry comments.

According to the Russian participants, the conference in Landshut, "despite the remaining differences of the parties' approaches, was another positive step towards building confidence between Kishinev and Tiraspol".


Pridnestrovian representatives in the Joint Control Commission are demanding to hold an emergency meeting of the JCC. This is stated in the widespread appeal of the Pridnestrovian delegation.

At an emergency meeting of the Tiraspol they propose to consider the problem of blocking by Kishinev of the various components of the peacekeeping operation.

"From 30 May 2013 to the present time the Moldavian delegation to the JCC continues unilateral blocking of the main components of the peacekeeping operation: the Joint Military Command (blocking military observers' field missions) and the Joint Control Commission (blocking discussion and decision-making on all issues of the working agenda, disrupting weekly reports on the situation in the Security Zone, the holding of early breaks and emergency meetings of the JCC)," the statement reads.

According to the Pridnestrovian representatives "actually for six months the Moldavian delegation to the JCC has not only deliberately removed itself from the implementation of the relevant contractual and legal obligations of the peacekeeping operation, but also by their actions deliberately destroyed the current format of the peacekeeping operation."

Tiraspol wants to know whether such actions are sanctioned by the top leadership of Moldova.

"Does this mean the actual withdrawal by the Republic of Moldova from the Agreement on principles of peaceful settlement of 1992? If so, we are asking you to issue an intelligible official statement of the Republic of Moldova on the state level," said the representative of the delegation to the JCC from Pridnestrovie.


Representatives of the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko discussed the results of the trip to the VII Assembly of the Russian world, which took place in St. Petersburg.

As part of the Forum, the delegation of PSU named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko, including the first vice-rector Natalia Nikiforova and vice-rector for International Affairs Mikhail Kushakov met with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Russian world, Prof. Ludmila Verbitskaya, recently appointed to the post of President of the Russian Academy of Education (RAO). The meeting focused on the interaction of the Pridnestrovian State University with the St. Petersburg State University and the RAO Science Center named after Alexandr Sergeevich Pushkin.

The Pridnestrovian delegation also took part in the plenary sessions and panel discussions of the Assembly. Pridnestrovian delegates met with representatives of the departments of the "Russian world" of the CIS and non-CIS countries, and during their visit to the Physico-Technical Institute named after Joffe and the Main Astronomical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences discussed with their Russian counterparts the possibility of scientific training and overcurrent dissertation work for Pridnestrovian scientists on the basis of these research centers.


Pridnestrovie is holding the International Week of Science and Peace. It was formally established by the UN General Assembly on November 11, 1988 and, therefore, is held annually during the week, which accounts for this date. It is held to draw attention to the role of science in the modern world, as well as to the application of scientific and technological progress, in order to consolidate peace and security, economic and social development of the peoples of all countries, ensuring human rights and freedoms.

Pridnestrovie observes the International Week of Science and Peace since 2008. During the Week there will be held scientific conferences, seminars and classroom hours, mind games and competitions on scientific subjects, and in school libraries - exhibition of scientific and popular literature, wall newspapers and drawings.

The opening of the International Week of Science and Peace was marked by the holding of student conferences “Science - benchmarks of progress" with the participation of high school students.

In general, they plan to hold over 80 events in Pridnestrovie, the purpose of which is the exchange of experience in the development of cognitive and creative potential of the students and their communication skills.


"The beautiful sounds of autumn." The concert under this title was held in the City Palace of Culture in Tiraspol. It was Pridnestrovian soloist Alexander Goncharenko's first appearance with the municipal chamber orchestra on stage.

Alexander Goncharenko is a performer well known in music circles of Pridnestrovie. Despite the relatively young age and little experience of work, the artist has managed to take part in dozens of concerts. He sings not only in Russian, but also in foreign languages. He says that his main principle is the performance of the pieces in the original language.

Solo performances is not a novelty for Alexander, but he is accompanied by the Municipal Chamber Orchestra for the first time. By the way, next year this creative team will turn 35 years old.

Concert season continues. Already at the end of this week, Alexander Goncharenko will be performing at the Palace of the Republic with the soloist of the Kishinev Opera.