О нашем радио
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
Foreign Minister of Pridnestrovie Nina Shtanski met with State Secretary and Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Grigory Karasin to discuss the current situation in the Pridnestrovian settlement, as well as preparations for the next official meeting of the "Permanent Conference...", due to be held in Kiev on November 25-26 this year.
In addition, the parties discussed the initial steps for the implementation of the Protocol, "Rogozin-Shevchuk," in particular, touched on initiatives to enhance the interaction at the interagency level in the social, economic and humanitarian spheres.
Recall that the "Protocol on the results of the meeting of the Special Representative of the President of Russia on Pridnestrovie, Dmitry Rogozin and Pridnestrovian President Yevgeny Shevchuk," was signed during the Pridnestrovian President's visit to Moscow on October 25.
The protocol is of a framework nature, it has secured the agreement between the parties to develop mutually beneficial bilateral cooperation in trade, economic, cultural, scientific, educational and information fields.
Last week there began formal consultation on the implementation of the Protocol, in particular, the wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation, including in the context of the Protocol, which the foreign minister had discussed with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Moldova Farit Mukhametshin.
Pridnestrovian President Yevgeny Shevchuk met with Chairman of the Council of Elders Gregory Marakutsa to discuss the results of previous expert hearings on development of small and medium businesses in the country.
According to Gregory Marakutsa, by the results of the recent expert hearing on "Small Business in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. Status and Prospects" they are going to work out recommendations to improve the development of small and medium-sized businesses and release a separate brochure.
The meeting also noted that within the framework of such discussion platforms it is planned to further discussion of foreign and domestic policy of Pridnestrovie. The next expert hearings are expected to be dedicated to the prospects of development of tourism in the republic.
President and Chairman of the Council of Elders also discussed the importance of creating conditions to support official languages of Pridnestrovie. In particular, they talked about the need to fill gaps in educational literature, especially in rural schools and libraries. Particular attention should be paid to the Moldavian language, whose Cyrillic graphic is kept in only in our republic.
They also discussed the appeal of the Council of Elders to the President, which proposed solutions to specific socio-economic problems of the country.
It is assumed that the meeting of the President with the Council of Elders, which will summarize the results of operations for 2013, will be held in December this year.
Fleet of ambulances in Pridnestrovie has been reinforced by modern cars. Two modern reanimobiles were gifted to the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.
According to the Health Minister Tatyana Skrypnik, "the work of these vehicles will make an invaluable contribution to patient care at the prehospital level."
This motor-vehicle has been donated to our State by the Russian investor - Moldavian Metallurgical Plant - now "Metalloinvest"
Recall that on October 30 this year, the charity of the company owner Alisher Usmanov was awarded the Russian state awards - the Order "For merits before Fatherland” of the IVth degree. Over the years 2010 - 2012 the owner of "Metalloinvest" spent U.S. $ 500 million on charitable purposes.
Pridnestrovian city of Rybnitsa celebrated its 385th 'Birthday' and the 75th anniversary of the assignment of the status of a city.
Even on the eve of the holiday as part of the City Day the state administration hosted award ceremony for the townspeople. Diplomas and letters of gratitude were awarded to employees of institutions and enterprises, athletes and public figures.
Congratulating Rybnitsa dwellers on the City Day and temple festivals, as well as the deserved awards, the head of the State Administration Alla Demyanova stressed that "only through joint labor, professionalism and non-indifference to the city can one make Rybnitsa more beautiful and prosperous." The City Council Chairman Vadim Lozovskiy noted that "well-deserved awards are not so much for the work done, as for the future works for the benefit of the native city, since the potential of Rybnitsa residents is huge."
In Rybnitsa they summed up the competition for the best design of the memorial. According to the authors, the monument will be dedicated to the defenders of Pridnestrovie, war internationalists and liquidators of the Chernobyl accident. The work by a Rybnitsa resident Oleg Zatyka was recognized best sketch of the monument. The artist knows firsthand about the events of 1992.
Oleg Zatyka, the winner: "My civil position is that I am a citizen of Pridnestrovie. And I and my family took part in these events. My father was and is a defender of Pridnestrovie. It all happened right before my eyes."
Among the recipients are not only adults but also children. Children's drawing competition was conducted in parallel.
And in the City Day, November 21, the festivities began with a flag-raising ceremony, which culminated in the honorary delegations to lay a wreath to the Obelisk of Glory, commemorative plaques to defenders of the republic and the monument to Major General Tsvetkov, as well as the Walk of Fame of the city cemetery.
For the first time there was performed the city anthem, which was approved at the last session of the City District Council of People's Deputies.
Besides concerts, exhibitions, entertainment, music programs and folk festivals in Rybnitsa there were organized musical fair farmsteads. Also the city hosted a wine and honey fest.
Fireworks became the culmination of the Day of the City of Rybnitsa.
Pridnestrovian town of Slobodzeya also celebrated its temple festival.
In the morning the church of the Archangel Michael held the festive liturgy. Then the events moved downtown. At 11 am the center of Slobodzeya hosted concert marathon featuring an Orchestra of Moldavian folk instruments, which continued by an entertaining program for children and youth.
At noon, all lovers of national cuisines gathered around Competition "National dish". Further, the district House of Culture hosted a solemn assembly, where the citizens were congratulated by the head of state administration Leonid Petriman. Then there was held a ceremony of honoring centenarians and couples-jubilees. Slobodzeya residents were pleased by a big concert featuring soloists of the District House of Culture, as well as the Moldavian singer Natalia Gordienko. In the evening, all residents and visitors took part in mass celebrations.
Slobodzeya Temple Festival ended with celebratory fireworks.
The Ten Days of Youth and Students, which has already become traditional, ended In Pridnestrovie.
For the fifteenth time from 10 to 20 November the country hosts a variety of socially significant, cultural, educational, sports and recreational activities designed to identify young talents and abilities of Pridnestrovians.
This year the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko within the Ten Days of Youth and Students hosted a range of athletic, creative, intellectual, social and meaningful events.
Among the most striking events were creative festival "Recognition", where the children could show themselves in the performance of songs and dances, reading their own poems, playing musical instruments. The best numbers, which had won first places in various categories, were exhibited at the closing ceremony of the Ten Days of youth, and the most active students were awarded diplomas and prizes. This year the prizes were awarded to more than 100 students, more than 300 students were awarded with certificates and letters of appreciation from the university for active social work and successful study.
Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of the PMR on domestic policy Maria Redekop in her speech announced the results of the Republican Youth patriotic rally "Pridnestrovie is a..." " The results can not but rejoice. As part of the campaign, 17 thousand people have been interviewed. These are young people between 14 and 30 years old. In total, more than 40 % of respondents said that Pridnestrovie is their Homeland. Among popular responses were district, republic, home state and others," said Maria Redekop.
At the closing ceremony of the Ten Days of Youth they said that such events show that the Pridnestrovian youth not only can learn, but also benefit our society and contribute to its development.
The campaign "Liberation" kicked off in the Pridnestrovian State University named after Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko. It is timed to two significant anniversaries - the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Soviet Moldavia from the German-Romanian invaders and the 70th anniversary of the Iasi-Kishinev operation.
The rally started with a solemn meeting, held in the main building of the university at the monument to the teachers and students of the University who died during the Great Patriotic War.
Senior Advisor to the Russian Embassy in Moldova Vladimir Kharkov, who attended the meeting, wished the University leadership and students success in promoting the historical truth about the Great Patriotic War.
He reminded that the bloody battles of the Great Patriotic took place on the territory of our region. One of them - Iassy-Kishinev operation - was one of the biggest battles of the Great Patriotic War, which was a complete surprise for the German command. Unfortunately, today there are forces, including in the former republics of the Soviet Union, who seek to denigrate the Red Army, to whitewash the Nazis, to revise the results of World War II.
First Vice-Rector of PSU Natalia Nikiforova noted that the leadership of the State University expects students of the high school initiatives to perpetuate the memory of the soldiers who died for the liberation of the territory of Pridnestrovie, Soviet Moldavia from Nazi invaders.
At the conclusion of the meeting, the participants laid Memory Alley in the Gagarin park, located in front of the Pridnestrovian State University.
Tiraspol hosted a festival of student creativity "New Wave - 2013".
Several dozen boys and girls not only sang and danced, but also recited their own poems.
More than 30 students showed off their talents before the hall full of classmates, teachers and parents.
Tatiana Ketrar' and Yulia Mokryanskaya a few days ago did not even know each other, and at the festival they sang a duet. Now they are figuring to continue their musical career, they hope next year to perform together again.
After the concert, none of the spectators has left sorry. Many of the artists performed on stage for the first time. Sometimes because of the excitement they forgot their lines, but did not lose heart and continued performance. The organizers and the jury said there were no losers that day. Each of the participants is worthy of the courage and zeal.
Vasily Yakovlev – a member of the first Supreme Soviet of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, the developer of the first Constitution of the PMSSR, has died.
Vasily Yakovlev was born on September 25, 1926, in the village of Mikhailovka, Rybnitsa district of Moldavia (now the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic) into a farming family. His childhood and teenage years were spent in a difficult time. He knew all the hardships of the Romanian occupation. He began to work at an early age.
At the age of 18 (in 1944) the young Yakovlev went to the front to defend the motherland from Nazi invaders. He served in the 330th Battalion of the 50th special Guards Division of the 2nd Belorussian Front. He was seriously wounded in the battles for the liberation of Poland.
After World War II, Vasily Yakovlev studied long and hard. Since 1964 he worked at the Kishinev State University, the Academy of Sciences of the Moldavian SSR.
In 1973 he received the degree of a PhD Law and became a professor.
At a time when nationalists began striving for power in Moldova, Yakovlev actively advocated the identity of the Moldavian people, its language, history and culture, the inseparability of Moldova from Russia and Ukraine, against Romanization. He was one of the organizers and leaders of the antinationalist Inter-movement "Unitate-Unity." Vasily Yakovlev was dismissed from his position by the President of Moldova, Mircea Snegur (at that time) for criticizing the ruling pro-Romanian policy regime in Kishinev.
In 1990 he was elected to the Supreme Soviet of the Moldavian SSR. As a people's deputy, he continued to speak out strongly against the destruction of the USSR, Moldova's secession from the Soviet Union, against the pro-Romanian nationalism, for which he was deprived of his mandate of a deputy of the Supreme Soviet, he and his family were subjected to repression and persecution. Vasily Yakovlev was forced to leave for Pridnestrovie.
Here began a new phase of his life. In 1990 Vasily Yakovlev created Tiraspol State corporate university and was elected rector. Since 1991 he was a deputy of the PMSSR (later - the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic), the developer of the basic legal acts of the republic. Among them are the first Constitution of 1991, the Declaration of Independence, the Declaration of Sovereignty and the Decree on public authorities of the PMSSR.
Vasily Yakovlev is a teacher with over 50 years of experience, the author of over 350 scientific studies, including 20 monographs. His works were published not only in Russian and Moldavian, but also in foreign languages. He is Honored Scientist of Russia, Honored Lawyer of the Moldavian SSR.