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News from Pridnestrovie
On June 12 the Russian Federation celebrates the Day of Independence. President of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Yevgeny Shevchuk on behalf of the citizens of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic sent congratulations to President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
"The Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Russian Federation, adopted on this day in 1990, initiated the formation of a new Russian state and its democratic foundations, creation of a new economic system," said the head of our state. "The holiday symbolizes the triumph of the great centuries of Russian history, culture and unity of all ethnic Russians living not only in Russia but also abroad. In our country 160,000 Pridnestrovians are Russian citizens. And in such a momentous day, they, together with their fellow countrymen are celebrating the Day of Russia, expressing solidarity with the Russian people," said Yevgeny Shevchuk.
"The Pridnestrovian region and Russia have long-term close ties of friendship and good neighborliness. I hope that the multi-faceted co-operation will further strengthen and develop for the good of our people," stressed the President of Pridnestrovie.
On Independence Day, he wished all Russians good health, peace and prosperity, happiness and success in the family in good deeds.
On June 12, the Day of Russia, Pridnestrovie erected a monument to the Russian General Alexander Lebed – due to whose principled position the 1992 war on the Dniester was stopped. He helped Pridnestrovians to repel the Moldova aggression and defended the lives not only of Bendery residents, where there was a full-scale war, but the entire country.
The opening ceremony of inaugurating the bust of General Lebed was attended by President of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Yevgeny Shevchuk, the representatives of the Republic, Embassy of the Russian Federation, as well as wife and brother of Alexander Lebed. For more information on the opening of the monument to legendary Russian general, please listen to our next broadcast.
At the Monday meeting, President of Pridnestrovie Yevgeny Shevchuk and Chairman of the Supreme Soviet Anatoly Kaminsky discussed the issues of improving the legal framework of Pridnestrovie.
They talked over the need to consolidate at the legislative level the issues that concern the system of local self-government. The current legislation is obsolete and does not meet current realities. Among other issues the President and the Speaker of the Parliament discussed the individual aspects of transition to a new tax system.
Problems of introducing a new tax system were also discussed on Monday during a meeting of the Head of State and the Ministers of Economic Development and Justice of Pridnestrovie, as well as chairman of the Arbitration Court of the Republic. The President was interested to know about the drafting of new laws and the tax rates proposals. Recall, the new tax system provides for the introduction of the three major taxes — income tax, value added tax and entities property tax. Yevgeny Shevchuk at the meeting emphasized that as a result of these measures in Pridnestrovie taxes should become lower than in Moldova, Ukraine and Russia. In addition, according to the President, it is important to accurately calculate the effect for the state after the introduction of the new tax system.
The analysis shows that the current tax and fees system in Pridnestrovie is obsolete: it no longer allows us to solve the key problem of the state - to ensure stability of the revenues of the republic. And the proposed mechanism of taxation, which is similar to Russia, should improve the situation for the better and be understood by economic agents of the republic and investors, said Yevgeny Shevchuk.
It is planned to create a state automated system "Electronic government" in Pridnestrovie this year. This issue was discussed at the government session on Monday.
According to a Russian expert on information technology development Anna Zavtur, as part of the State automated system "Electronic government" there will be established a unified system of cooperation between ministries and agencies, to ensure higher-speed processing of documents and information. In addition, the activity of bodies of executive power will become more open to the public.
"Every department should have the people responsible for e-government," said Anna Zavtur.
"I urge all to consider this issue as one of the priorities," said in turn Prime Minister of Pridnestrovie Pyotr Stepanov. He believes that e-government will "help one form the basis for the provision of quality services to the people not to toss problems from corner to corner."
According to the Prime Minister of the Republic, "the electronic document processing lets us see when the document is received and where its execution is delayed."
Pridnestrovian Moldavian Union believes that the rebirth of the republic is possible only within the Customs Union and Single Economic Space. Members of the public organization of Pridnestrovie support the view of the President Yevgeny Shevchuk, expressed recently at an official meeting.
"The idea of Eurasian integration of Pridnestrovie is fully supported by the will of the people expressed in a referendum on September 17, 2006. The entire logic of the historical development of the state, beginning with the founding of the republic to the present day, suggests that Pridnestrovie is an integral part of the Eurasian civilizational space," said the President of the PMR. He stressed that the Eurasian aspirations of Pridnestrovie are the foundation of the national idea. The course toward the Eurasian integration, as outlined Yevgeny Shevchuk, has become the main leitmotif of the foreign policy of our state.
The Head of State touched on this theme at his meeting with students of the Pridnestrovian State University. Yevgeny Shevchuk said: "Our national idea is freedom - the freedom of choice we have stand for more than 20 years. This idea is in the freedom to choose how, where and with whom to live. This freedom predetermined our choice in the 90's, during the collapse of the Soviet Union. This idea is common to all mankind, but it is especially close to Pridnestrovians who know how to defend freedom."
According to the Union of Moldavians of Pridnestrovie, different peoples in different times interpreted their national ideas differently. In czarist Russia, for example, the national idea was expressed in the slogan: ''For God, Tsar and Fatherland!''. In Soviet times the national idea was expressed by the slogan: ''For Communism!''. You can give many more similar examples. But in each of them "national idea is a short formula that reflects the core aspirations of the people."
"Once again we have the opportunity to openly listen to messages from the president that "the basis of the Pridnestrovian national idea" is the Eurasian integration, enshrined in the new edition of Foreign Policy Concept of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic," noted the public organization.
The development and adoption of a new Foreign Policy Concept of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic is dictated by the time and the new realities and modern processes in the world - stressed the Union of Moldavians.
Of course, Pridnestrovie, unlike Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, is not the locomotive of economic integration in Eurasia. But the Union of Moldavians of Pridnestrovie considers being a reliable link and a part with the own "worthy human resources" as the only true course in this process, which aims to create the conditions and prerequisites for the qualitative improvement in living standards of not only Pridnestrovie, but also all members of the emerging Eurasian Union.
"And it does not go counter to the free choice of Pridnestrovians made in referendum in September 2006. This is the foundation. This is the vector. This is the course toward the Eurasian integration, which should become "the main leitmotif of the foreign policy of our state," as was defined by Yevgeny Shevchuk while commissioning the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to draft a new version of the Foreign Policy Concept of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic," notes the Pridnestrovian social organization.
And in order to implement the national idea defined by the president, to overcome "poverty" and to achieve prosperity and development of the PMR in the present and future, the Union of Moldavians considers it necessary for all civil society, regardless of personal beliefs and ideologies of each of various groups - political parties and movements, to unite around the voiced national idea.
Young dancers from the Pridnestrovian city of Bendery are preparing for a trip to the International Children's Art Festival to be held in Poland, director and choreographer of Dance ensemble "Alliance" Lada Kelbuts told the "New Region".
According to her, the dancers will take part in the event outside the CIS for the first time. "The festival will gather more than 2,000 dancers, and our main task is to see the dancers of high-level skills, to compare and determine our competitiveness on a global level," said Kelbuts.
She noted that the exemplary ensemble of dance "Alliance" participated in various activities in Russia, Ukraine and Moldova.
"The festival will present two dances: "The Safari Park Vacation" and "The Naughty Corn" - a stylized number with the Moldavian flavor," said the director of the ensemble.
Kelbuts added that at the festival our young dancers will have the unique opportunity to socialize with their peers - dancers from other countries.
More than a hundred people aged between 6 and 20 go in for dances in an exemplary ensemble of dance "Alliance" at the clothing company "Vestra". The juniors - 16 teenagers- will take part in the 7-days festival in Poland.
Para-athletes from Pridnestrovie became winners of the Tiraspol II Open Cup in table tennis among the wheelchair athletes and athletes with the musculoskeletal system disorder.
As the winner of the tournament in the 4 - 5 competitive class Dmitry Kuzuk told the correspondent of "New Region", athletes from the Republic of Moldova and Pridnestrovie took part in the competitions.
"2 months ago para-athletes met at a tournament in Bendery. But during this short period, virtually all participants have grown in tactics and technique of the game," said Kuzuk.
He stressed that the tournament finalists were defined in 4 hours of tense duels. For example, parasportsman from Kishinev Valentin Frunze became the winner in the 1 - 3 competitive class. In the 6 - 10 competitive class, the gold medal went to Dmitry Abrash from the Pridnestrovian town of Dubossary.
In the match for the absolute championship of the Cup of Tiraspol, there met two parasportsmen - Dmitry Abrash (6 - 10 grade) and Dmitry Kuzuk (4 - 5 grade). The Benderyan defated the Dubossarian parasportsman in 4 sets with the score 3-1.
"For the people with disabilities sport is one of the aspects of social integration. And the activities conducted for people with physical abnormalities enable the public to see the diversity of life of people with disabilities and to show their potential," said the Absolute Champion of the Tiraspol II Open Cup in Table Tennis among para-athletes Dmitry Kuzuk.
The event was sponsored by the sports club "Tiras-rocket."
Mr. Andrew Thomas - our regular listener from the UK - visited Pridnestrovie last week. He learned about Pridnestrovie thanks to our radio broadcasts and decided to come and see how people live in our country, to meet and socialize with Pridnestrovians. Andrew spent four days in Pridnestrovie, and shared his impressions in an interview with my colleague Andrew Smolenski. He asked our guest from England to tell about the purpose of his visit and Mr. Andrew Thomas told: “I am 58 years old. I have always been interested in Europe and indeed the world. I am radio amateur which means that we talk to people all over the world including people of Transnistria (Pridnestrovie), Moldova and Russia and Ukraine.”
Andrew Thomas marked that with the help of his radio station it is possible to talk to people of the middle of America, India and even Japan. It is pleasure for Mr. Thomas to visit different parts of the world and to have personal contact with inhabitants.
At the age of 14 years Andy heard thanks to his mother about radio stations. She showed him a magazine about short waves and the radio stations that informed about culture, geography and language. As a boy Andy wrote with excitement to the radio stations and was happy when he received responses. This way he felt being a part of the world.
Later the young British enthusiast decided to study electronics and radio. Now he has the possibility to communicate with specialist individual stations all over the world.
For the first Andrew visited Soviet Union in 1984. After 2000 he returned to Russia. His interest was always the space and the history if Yuri Gagarin, Sergei Korolev, Kondratyuk. Andrew told us the he was impressed by the fact that the memories about Gagarin and the first space flight are still alive in our time in people’s minds. The children of Russia, Ukraine and Pridnestrovie grow up knowing about these magnificent events and this is according to our guest very important.
Andrew let us know about his impressions from Tiraspol. He said that the atmosphere of our capital is similar with the atmosphere of the Russian cities. Such things as “Obmen Valut” (exchange), the Cyrillic script, the structure of the streets with trees and very wide pavements reminded our guest of many cities in Russia and Ukraine. Andrew found our city very clean. He told that he saw a city which functions correctly, that the instruments of government, the flag and the police forces are visible. Andrew informed that passing the Pridnestrovian border was not difficult. When Andrew went from airport to Tiraspol he saw Russian peacekeepers and so he came to a conclusion that Russia gives a guarantee to Pridnestrovie.
Our British guest wished to the people of the PMR peace, prosperity and good contact with the world. Andrew was sure that our country has a great potential. He thinks that it is time to find an atmosphere of common trust and peace. He promised to tell his compatriots about our region.
As radio amateur he wished our listeners at the end of program: “73!”