Tiraspol, May 12. /Novosti Pridnestrovya/. Employees of the Financial University under the Government of Russia highly appreciated the activities of the Pridnestrovian Government during the pandemic.
Representatives of the Russian university shared their views after Prime Minister Alexander Martynov`s report on the situation in Pridnestrovie.
“Simple analytics that showcase your Government's clear, focused, transparent and consistent policies. This is interesting, especially when you consider the circumstances that you work in. On the one hand, relatively small scale of the republic's economy, on the other hand, significant, large-scale challenges, risks and threats that you face both inside the country and outside it,” Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Alexander Linnikov said.
Professor of the Department of Political Science, Chairman of the Professors' Club, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Doctor of Political Sciences Yakov Plyais noted the effectiveness of governing the country in conditions of international non-recognition.
“Pridnestrovie, like other unrecognized states - Abkhazia, South Ossetia and others, not only on the territory of the post-Soviet space, has major challenges. A lot comes down to the fact that something needs to be signed and agreed upon, and therefore it is much more difficult for them. And in these conditions of non-recognition, it is also much more difficult to develop. The fact that you succeed and is doing this does you a big credit, and with our Russian help, Pridnestrovie generally occupies a very important part, a strategic position,” the professor said.
A Government delegation from Pridnestrovie is on a working visit to Moscow. According to the Government press service, meetings with representatives of ministries and departments of the Russian Federation are planned in the Russian capital. Questions of economic interaction and scientific cooperation with Russian experts, as well as the fight against COVID-19 will be raised. A dialogue with business representatives on attracting investments to Pridnestrovie is planned.