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
Pridnestrovie has familiarized with the report of the Head of the OSCE Mission to Moldova Jennifer Brush, delivered at the plenary meeting of the Permanent Council of the OSCE on November 21, 2013. The Foreign Ministry of Pridnestrovie expressed its position on the report. The Foreign Ministry stated that the document contains a number of biased estimates and does not quite match the classical principles of international mediation.
Thus, in the report Pridnestrovie is accused of the "aggressiveness," upholding the independence, "limitation" of the mandate of the OSCE Mission, in particular, the creation of obstacles to freedom of movement of its staff, insufficient attention to the problem of human trafficking, torture and, in general, human rights, the unwillingness to engage in the newly formed trade regimes and the politicization of this issue. All this is interconnected with the desire of Tiraspol to "sacrifice specific benefits offered by international donors," as well as the recommendations to the Republic of Moldova to become "more attractive to Pridnestrovians." The report also questioned the possibility of further implementation by the Mission of a number of humanitarian projects.
The Foreign Ministry pays primary attention to the overall sharp and unconstructive rhetoric of the report, considering it unacceptable for the Head of the working body, which is a mediator in the normalization of relations between the Republic of Moldova and Pridnestrovian.
Sincere puzzling is caused by the OSCE Permanent Council's direct accusation of the Pridnestrovian side (quote:) "Pridnestrovie's reaction resulting in more aggressive attitude towards those who question its independence." In order to allay the unfounded illusions of the OSCE Mission to Moldova, the Foreign Ministry of states that the desire for independence of Pridnestrovie is based on the results of a free and democratic will, expressed by the people of the republic during the numerous referendums, unquestioned for the past 23 years. This is reflected in a significant number of documents that are the basis of the foreign policy of Pridnestrovie, including the Constitution and the Foreign Policy Concept. In this context, the attempts of the intermediary to arrogate to itself the right to give estimates of the "aggressiveness" of one side or the other in the settlement does surprise.
The Foreign Ministry of Pridnestrovie states with regret that the OSCE field mission in the face of Jennifer Brush as a working body intermediary in negotiations between Pridnestrovie and Moldova does not correspond to those basic principles that should guide traditionally a third party as part of conflict resolution: impartiality, neutrality and objectivity. The biased, one-sided and largely not comparable with the real situation report by Jennifer Brush showed not only the inability of the head of the OSCE Mission in Moldova to establish cooperation between the two banks of the Dniester, but also direct results of its work - loosening ties which have been accumulated by previous heads of the Mission.
The Foreign Ministry sent to the address of the OSCE Chairman, Foreign Minister of Ukraine Leonid Kozhara, OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier, all participants in the negotiation "5+2" format and permanent representatives to the OSCE E - 57 member countries of the Organization a more detailed and thorough 11 -page statement of its position in relation to the report submitted by Jennifer Brush.
It will be recalled that during the meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council Russia made a sharp and tough assessment of the report by Jennifer Brush. In particular, the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the OSCE Andrei Kelin said that the mediator functions, assigned to the OSCE and, accordingly, the Mission, require fair and balanced approach. This was not reflected in the report by Jennifer Brush.
The state supervision service conducted an audit of the theoretical lyceum named after Lucian Blaga in Tiraspol. The standard procedure turned into a conflict situation.
Lucian Blaga Theoretical Lyceum is one of the schools located in Pridnestrovie, subordinated to the Ministry of Education of Moldova. It teaches on the program of the neighboring country. Most graduates enter universities in Moldova and Romania.
About 150 Pridnestrovian children study at Lucian Blaga Lyceum. The teaching staff are also residents of Pridnestrovie. The state supervision service received a petition of one of the teachers, which stated that at the Lyceum salaries are paid untimely.
Once the state supervision service employee received no documents from the Director, she called police.
The Moldavian media published information about alleged unauthorized search, carried out by Pridnestrovian prosecutors in the Lucian Blaga theoretical lyceum. It was reported that the Director of the institution and his deputy had been interrogated. The republic's prosecutor Alexander Deli officially stated that this information is absolutely untrue and provocative.
The head of the Pridnestrovian Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski commented on the situation.
According to her, the situation showed that building up the situation around the Moldavian schools teaching in Romanian language is part of a well thought-out plan. Pridnestrovie has repeatedly appealed to the Moldavian side to agree on clear, understandable and mutually acceptable mechanism for carrying out checks in such schools, because it concerns the fire, sanitary and epidemiological rules and so on.
Being located on the territory of Pridnestrovie, the school authorities are formally subordinated to the RM and are actually in a position where nobody inspects the institution. "However, our children study there, and we are responsible for their safety. By the way, this kind of planned inspections are carried out in all the schools and do not affect the educational process. Perplexing is the fact that the Moldavian authorities did not actually allow the management of these schools engage with the relevant authorities of Pridnestrovie in constructive dialogue. Yesterday was yet another confirmation of the fact, resulting in Pridnestrovian inspectors' having been forced to call the police," said the diplomat.
Nina Shtanski also noted that international partners "have repeatedly reaffirmed the need to implement all control measures in these schools," since this is directly dependent on human life and safety.
The state supervision service noted that the case of administrative concealing of documents from regulatory bodies will be reported. Under the current legislation of the Republic, the Director as an officer, may be fined. The Lyceum - as a legal entity - may also be fined.
Russia and Ukraine support further dialogue on the Moldavian-Pridnestrovian settlement, stated the foreign ministers of the two countries, Sergei Lavrov and Leonid Kozhara, during their meeting in Kiev.
"The focus of Russia and Ukraine as of mediators and guarantors of the agreements of the parties of the Pridnestrovian conflict to promote a deal in the "5+2" is confirmed,” says the statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry after the meeting.
Recall that Ukraine completes its chairmanship of the OSCE in 2014 and will pass the baton to Serbia and Switzerland, which will be engaged in the problems of the Moldavian-Pridnestrovian conflict.
The negotiation "5+2" format includes parties to the conflict - Moldova and Pridnestrovie, the guarantor countries - Russia, Ukraine, the OSCE as a mediator, as well as the European Union and the USA as observers.
Pridnestrovian President Yevgeny Shevchuk answered the questions from a reporter of the Moscow radio station "CITY-FM” Georgy Bovt. During the interview, the President talked about what motivated his desire to enact legislation of the Russian Federation in Pridnestrovie.
Recall that Yevgeny Shevchuk submitted the appropriate bill to the Supreme Soviet on December 4.
Pridnestrovie itself was formed as a result of the collapse of the Soviet Union and since then has been seeking unification with the Russian Federation in a single political and economic space, - said the President. - Confirmation of this will is the 2006 referendum, where almost 90 percent of our citizens spoke in favor of independence, followed by reunification with Russia.
Answering the question on how the negotiations and the procedure of such entry will be conducted, Yevgeny Shevchuk said that in Pridnestrovie has the decisions based on the will of citizens of the republic, of which the majority - about 200,000 - are citizens of Russia.
He also expressed the hope that, given the prevailing foreign policy situation around Pridnestrovie and dynamics of relations between Moldova and the European Union, on the agenda today there is the question of what will be the relationships between the two countries and Russia.
Speaking about relations with Moldova, the President said that they were tense. Moldova demonstrates its foreign policy aspirations towards Brussels and, perhaps, Bucharest. The Constitutional Court of Moldova decided that the state language is Romanian. "Pridnestrovie is certainly not opposed to it, but we would like that they took into account our will, the opinions of our citizens towards integration with the Russian Federation," said Ewen Shevchuk.
Pridnestrovian President said that by signing an association agreement with the EU, Moldova does not consider the interests of Pridnestrovian enterprises and Pridnestrovian economy. One gets the impression that the Moldavian-European association is being used to exert economic pressure on Pridnestrovie in order to obtain political concessions.
At the same time, Yevgeny Shevchuk emphasized that the predominant number of citizens of Pridnestrovie supports integration with the Russian Federation. In this regard, aspirations' polarization widens: Kishinev is looking in one direction, Tiraspol – the opposite," said the head of state.
Yevgeny Shevchuk drew attention to the fact that Moldova is actually settling the state border with Pridnestrovie. And so in this situation it is necessary to implement the formula of "civilized divorce" with Moldova and not to create problems for Pridnestrovie.
In the Pridnestrovian Foreign Ministry Deputy Foreign Minister Vitaly Ignatiev met with a delegation of the international scholar community “PONARS Eurasia," an international community of scholars developing new approaches to the problems of domestic and foreign policy, security and cooperation in the Russia and Eurasia. Among the main areas of their work are political analysis, research, public policy, international and cross-border issues, as well as comparative politics.
During the meeting, experts were able to get firsthand information about Pridnestrovie, to discuss topical aspects of the political life of the country and its international contacts.
In particular, experts of “PONARS Eurasia" were interested in Pridnestrovian vision of the prospects of foreign policy choice of the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine in the political sphere as well as in the economic sphere. Vitaliy Ignatiev informed the foreign colleagues on the implementation of national strategy – the Eurasian integration. In this context, particular attention was paid to the prospects of practical implementation of the Protocol, "Rogozin - Shevchuk."
Vitaliy Ignatiev told his foreign colleagues about the situation in the Moldavian-Pridnestrovian negotiations, thus revealing the nature and progress of the "tactics of small steps" to address socio-economic problems of the citizens living in Pridnestrovie and Moldova, and building an atmosphere of mutual confidence.
During the meeting, participants expressed satisfaction with the open and interesting conversation promoting research interest in Pridnestrovie.
Orthodox flock celebrated Feast Day - Memorial Day of the Great Saint Blessed Prince Alexander Nevsky. The opening of the Church took place on the territory of the Bendery fortress. By this day the team of artists led by Pyotr Veliksar completed painting the temple.
Solemn liturgy and church consecration were conducted by Archbishop Tiraspol and Dubossary Savva. The event was attended by the President of Pridnestrovie Yevgeny Shevchuk, members of the Government, the leadership of Bendery and Orthodox inhabitants.
To mark the end of the painting the Diocese of Tiraspol and Dubossary handed to the Head of State the image of St. Eugene.
In his speech, Yevgeny Shevchuk said that the temple is of "historical and spiritual value for Pridnestrovie." "A lot of events have taken place in Bendery. Several Russian emperors have visited the town. God grant that the temple served as a spiritual strengthening of all Pridnestrovians," he said.
The President laid flowers at the foot of the bust of Alexander Nevsky, patron saint of all Orthodox warriors. Tiraspol Law Institute and the Republican boarding school cadets marched in a solemn parade.
The Church of the Holy Prince Alexander Nevsky is one of the oldest operating churches in Pridnestrovie. In 1828, the Russian Emperor Nicholas I and his family visited the temple in Bendery. In 1877, before heading to Bulgaria, the Emperor Alexander II prayed in the church, and on May 9, 1916 in Bendery General Brusilov met Emperor Nicholas II. The czar visited the temple with his wife Alexandra, Tsarevich Alexei and 4 daughters.