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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.

Коллектив радио Приднестровской Молдавской Республики благодарен всем своим слушателям за внимание и отзывы о нашей работе.

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News from Pridnestrovie


"Interfax" reports that Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin has called on Moldova not to sign an association agreement with the EU without consultation with Pridnestrovie, addressing in Brussels the Royal Institute of International Affairs "Egmont".

Special Envoy of the President of Russia on Pridnestrovie stressed that the fulfillment by Moldova of conditions implied by the association with the European Union, without any consultation with Pridnestrovie, will be a step aimed at further weakening of the Moldavian state. He also drew attention to the fact that the entry of Ukraine and Moldova in the free trade zone with the EU will lead to a complete economic blockade of Pridnestrovie.

"We all have to maintain the maximum vigilance and wisdom to prevent the escalation of tension in the zones of frozen conflicts. Russia has repeatedly called on Kishinev to let Pridnestrovie join the negotiations with the EU. The population of Pridnestrovie makes circa 500,000 people, of whom 200,000 are citizens of Russia and 70,000 - citizens of Ukraine," recalled Dmitry Rogozin.

"You have to realize that the lack of dialogue between Moldova and Pridnestrovie could lead to unfreezing the conflict. And you will have the territory of the conflict inside your "Eastern Partnership"," said Russian Deputy Prime Minister, addressing to the leadership of Moldova.


Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski met with a delegation headed by the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Astrid Thors. The meeting was also attended by the Head of the OSCE Mission in Moldova Jennifer Brush.

During the meeting the sides discussed a number of relevant aspects of the Moldavian-Pridnestrovian relations in the education domain. The sides discussed issues of functioning in Pridnestrovie of schools teaching in Latin script, in particular those related to taxation and rents in these schools.

In the discussion on the so-called tax "Romanian schools" the Pridnestrovian side proposed to develop a mechanism to avoid double taxation for teachers in such schools, because today they are taxpayers in Moldova, living and working in Pridnestrovie.

Speaking of Moldavian schools teaching in Latin script, located in Pridnestrovie, while being under the jurisdiction of Moldova, Nina Shtanski noted that that given the political will of the Moldavian side, all these problems could be resolved within two weeks. Pridnestrovian side is willing to follow the recommendations outlined in the report of the OSCE. "The Pridnestrovian side has proposed a simplified legalization procedure. Unfortunately, we have failed to advance along these lines. However, we hope that the Moldavian side will make the reciprocal steps, and we will start a constructive dialogue," noted the Minister.

In turn, Astrid Thors noted that the issue of schools continues to disturb the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.

"We have called on the authorities of Moldova and the Pridnestrovian authorities to continue negotiations and find a solution to this issue, following the recommendations of the OSCE. Children's right to education is one of the main. I believe that it is important to create the conditions for these negotiations, namely to try and make sure the situation in this area would not worsen. Only in this case we will have the results that we need," said Astrid Thors.

The problem of legalization of documents Pridnestrovie in Moldova was also addressed. The foreign minister of Pridnestrovie recalled that this issue has been resolved only in part: the Pridnestrovian diploma is no longer being withdrawn, but "it does not solve the problems of the people with Pridnestrovian documents who are traveling to other countries and are forced to legalize their documents in Moldova".

"We have asked the help of our international guests in terms that they contribute to the revitalization of the dialogue with the Moldavian side," said the head of the Foreign Ministry.

Nina Shtanski invited the delegation of the OSCE during the next visit to Pridnestrovie to visit schools where teaching is done as in the Moldavian, Russian, and Ukrainian languages in order to provide a visual and objective information on the situation in the domain of education in the country.


Pridnestrovian President Yevgeny Shevchuk signed a decree approving the plan of action to implement the recommendations of the Senior Expert for Human Rights in Pridnestrovie Thomas Hammarberg.

By order of the President for a few months the recommendations of Mr. Hammarberg were studied and summarized. His report assessed the state of human rights and makes recommendations affecting various aspects of human rights.

On July 29 this year there was established an interdepartmental working group whose task was to prepare a comprehensive document - a blueprint to implement the recommendations that have been identified by representatives of ministries and departments to be relevant and necessary. The blueprint identified key areas for reform and improvement, defined its duration and the responsible departments. The paper identified several areas implying voluminous and coordinated activities of public authorities, in cooperation with international organizations. These are pensions of citizens, the development of health services, social inclusion of people with disabilities, the development of the judicial system, the detention of detainees in detention centers, addressing the issues of domestic violence, combatting human trafficking, etc.

As we previously reported, Thomas Hammarberg visited Pridnestrovie during three separate missions: in May, September and November 2012. During the visits, he met with the leadership of the republic, officers, employees, representing the judiciary, prosecution, law enforcement, education, social security and health care. The expert also visited the penitentiaries, institutions for persons with disabilities and children without parents or from dysfunctional families, conducted numerous meetings with representatives of civil society.

During one of his visits to Pridnestrovie, Thomas Hammarberg highly commended the open cooperation policy of the leadership of the Pridnestrovian on the issue of human rights in the country. In particular, the expert noted that "the new leadership has given rise to expectations of a more open society with a functioning justice system, less corruption and more care about the people of the vulnerable layers of population." According to human rights figure, shortly after his meeting with the leadership of the republic the authorities took positive steps, including several subsequent release of prisoners and the reduction of their sentences.

Recall also that senior UN expert on human rights in Pridnestrovie praised the Basic Law of the state, in particular, the list of internationally recognized human rights.

The report by Thomas Hammarberg, contains thirty-eight proposals for improving the situation in the field of the treatment of prisoners, prevention of corruption in the health and social security rights of children and adults with disabilities, etc.


The Government has adopted a state program for the development of villages for the next four years.

How are the Pridnestrovian villages doing, what is necessary for their development and support of the population in rural areas, and most importantly how much money will it take. The answers to these questions are presented in the state program of development of villages.

The key figure is 522 million rubles. That's how much it takes to establish a life in the countryside. The state program "Development of villages" includes a variety of areas: from the repair and construction of institutions of education, medicine and culture to the reconstruction of roads and communications.

According to the Minister of Economic Development, the budget currently has no such means. Therefore it is suggested to attract funding from extra-budgetary funds.

One of the main objectives of the developed program is to gather and analyze all the information on the pressing issues of the Pridnestrovian villages. The document states: in the last 11 years, the population in rural areas fell by more than a fifth. Housing stock, schools and kindergartens, clubs and rural obstetric units have deteriorated.

Rural development is one of the tasks set by the President Yevgeny Shevchuk in his annual address, where he noted that the state could provide the land user with 1,000 hectares of land on mutually beneficial terms, if the tenant is willing to invest in new equipment and technology, and in the infrastructure of the village.

The state program of rural development was approved by the Government for the next 4 years.


In Pridnestrovie within ten days of youth there are held socially important, cultural, educational, sports and entertainment events.

So, in Dubossary the concert in the Palace of children and teenagers gathered the most active youth of Dubossary. The celebration began with the song "We Are Together" This is no accident. Girls and boys within the ten days are going to come together and, as they say, "to move mountains."

The action plan for the ten days of youth was developed by young people themselves - representatives of the school councils. They decided that for the 10 days the city must host sports events. Recitals, contests, posters and pictures contests will show all the creativity of young people. Well, young activists are not averse to work for the benefit of their native city.

And the town library hosted a round table on the topic "Is it easy to be young?" It was attended by representatives of various structures.

In addition, during the ten days artists Pridnestrovian State Theatre of Drama and Comedy named after Nadezhda Aronetskaya are to visit Dubossary. They will bring two performances: Vaudeville "Az and Fert" and the fairy tale "The Son of Black Mountain."


Pridnestrovie marked the International Day of the Blind.

On this day in 1745, in France there was born Valentin Hauy – a well-known teacher, who founded the world's first schools and enterprises for the blind in Paris and St. Petersburg.

According to statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO), the world's more than 161 million people suffer from visual impairments, of which 37 million are blind.

Experts say: every second for various reasons, one child goes blind, and every five seconds – an adult. Women lose sight more often than men. The causes of blindness are: congenital disorders, injuries and various diseases of the eye. According to the World Health Organization at the United Nations, in less than a decade, the number of totally blind people on Earth will reach 75 million.

WHO draws the attention of governments of all countries to the problems of preserving sight. The organization has developed a global program "Vision 2020: The Right to Sight". Organizations stresses that prevention can prevent over 80 % of cases of blindness.

On the International Day of the Blind in many countries around the world events are held, the purpose of which is to draw attention to the visually impaired and those who lost their sight, to the problems of expanding their learning opportunities and obtaining information by means of information and communication tools, increasing employment and improving their lifestyle.

In Pridnestrovie there functions Republican Association of the Blind. It currently brings together about 1,700 blind people. Despite the difficulties of financing, it helps the visually impaired find work in special circumstances, supplies the disabled with Braille literature, means for movement and self attendance. The organization's management has developed cooperation with the Russian Society for the Blind and plans to adopt the Russian experience in the rehabilitation of visually impaired people.

In Tiraspol a concert was held to mark the International Day of the Blind. It was organized by the National Sports Center for the Disabled Rehabilitation. The participants noted that the International Day of the Blind is not a holiday, the day is designed to remind the public of the need to support this group of people. They called the date "the day of communication, kindness and understanding."

According to the director of the National Sports Center for the Disabled Rehabilitation Georgy Cheban, many of those who had lost their sight, are actively involved in sports. These are such forms of rehabilitation as chess, checkers, table tennis, swimming, track and field, soccer, etc., they are also are involved in national and international Paralympic championships. Today, among the blind and visually impaired athletes there are eight masters of sports of international class, and more than 20 masters of sport.

He added that people in this category tend to get education, to continue their career in the social institutions of the republic. And also they like to read, so in Tiraspol, Bendery and Rybnitsa there were opened three specialized libraries provided with Brailles literature and audiobooks. In addition, there is functioning circles of amateur artists where they hold cultural events - literary and art contests.