Vadim Krasnoselsky during the videoconference meeting that opened the working week of the President informed his interlocutors about the results of Moscow meetings held at various venues: “I would like to briefly summarize the results of my working visit to Moscow that took place last week, from Tuesday to Friday. I'll start with the political situation, namely the negotiation process. This topic was discussed in the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation, in the Federation Council and in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Everywhere they support the negotiation process and consider it necessary, as well as the continuation of the work of the "5 + 2" format, as well as the political meetings "1 + 1" and, of course, the reanimation of the activities of the working groups. They are concerned in Moscow about the restrictions on the movement of vehicles across the Pridnestrovian-Ukrainian border and is closely following the actions of the Moldovan side. By and large, if Moldova is consistent and implements the agreements on transport that it signed in 2018, then, in principle, there will be no blockade as such. That is, our legal entities and individuals will have the opportunity to register vehicles and move freely across the Pridnestrovian -Ukrainian border. Nevertheless the general message is that any disputes, any disagreements should be resolved only at the negotiating table. Any actions of restrictive nature are unacceptable and inappropriate.
The supply of energy resources to the territory of Pridnestrovie was discussed in Moscow. According to general agreements, the entire supply and distribution of energy resources in Pridnestrovie will be carried out on the same terms, on the basis of which the prices for gas, electricity, the cost of housing and communal services will not increase in the PMR this and next year. This is very important for a general understanding of the situation and for ensuring its stability.
The next moment, on which it was possible to reach an agreement, is the delivery of the Sputnik V vaccine to the territory of Pridnestrovie. We are talking about 100000 doses. The delivery will be carried out in two batches by 50000 doses.
They drew attention in Moscow to the observance of human rights, more precisely, to the facts of their violation by Moldova. We are talking about restricting freedom of movement and illegal detention of our citizens. It is planned to hold a large round table in Moscow in November with the participation of public figures, namely those who deal with the topic of human rights. Many experts, including foreign ones, will be invited to the meeting. We will discuss in detail all the facts of restricting the rights of citizens living on the territory of our republic.
Of course, other issues were also touched upon - this is citizenship, this is maternity capital, this is also medical insurance certificates. These issues are constantly included to the agenda".