Congratulatory telegrams addressed to the leadership and people of Pridnestrovie from the leaders of friendly states, foreign politicians, public figures, heads of organizations were read out during the festive concert dedicated to the 33rd anniversary of the formation of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.
President of the Republic of Abkhazia Aslan Bzhaniya expressed confidence that the established Pridnestrovian-Abkhazian relations, based on mutual assistance and friendship, would remain fruitful and continue to develop for the benefit of the two states. “The leadership and people of the republic every day overcoming difficulties and solving complex tasks, make every effort to ensure a decent life in an independent and free country. You managed not only to preserve, but also to multiply the best heritage of previous generations,” the telegram says.
The Head of South Ossetia Alan Gagloev wished prosperity to Pridnestrovie and noted the development of constructive cooperation between the republics. He expressed confidence that this interaction will continue to be built on a solid foundation of long-standing traditions of friendship, mutual respect and mutual assistance.
The video postcard was sent to the Pridnestrovians by the Duma Vice Speaker Sergey Neverov, stressing that courage, will, love for the Motherland will help overcome any hardships.
Congratulations to the President of the PMR and the people of Pridnestrovie came from representatives of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation. Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, Deputy Alexander Babakov noted in his address, "The Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, having overcome armed aggression, blockades and sanctions, strives for prosperity, political and economic stability, social justice."
The First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Education, deputy Alena Arshinova noted in a video message to the people of Pridnestrovie that she was proud that as a person and citizen she took place in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic and as part of the Russian parliament she is doing everything to support our talented, purposeful and strong the spirit of the people.
Special Representative of the State Duma on Migration and Citizenship, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on the Commonwealth of Independent States, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots, Deputy, Director of the Institute of CIS Countries Konstantin Zatulin in his welcoming address emphasized, “The Republic, born in fire, sacrificed in blood, called and recognized by life itself. Russians, Ukrainians and Moldovans, people of different nationalities, united by the citizenship of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, all these years resisted attempts to cross out their right to choose. I would like to wish courage to all Pridnestrovians. We do not abandon our people!”
Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Labor, Social Policy and Veterans Affairs, deputy Marina Orgeeva wished well-being, progressive development and prosperity, preservation and enhancement of good traditions, development of spirituality and culture.
Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots, deputy Artyom Turov wished Pridnestrovians peace and good news, and Pridnestrovie prosperity in a congratulatory video.
Member of the State Duma Committee on Budget and Taxes, deputy Sergey Chizhov in a congratulatory telegram noted, “The Russian-Pridnestrovian partnership, which I promote as a representative of the citizens of the Russian Federation living in the republic, based on the traditions of friendship and mutual respect, allows us to implement strategically important projects in various spheres… May peace and harmony reign in your republic!”
“September 2 is a special day for every Pridnestrovian. Thanks to hard work and efforts, Pridnestrovie lives and develops. I am sure that a bright and happy future awaits Pridnestrovie, because the main value of the republic is a free, close-knit people, united by the ideas of statehood and historical and cultural traditions!
Chairman of the political party "Russian People's Union" Sergei Baburin wished the people of Pridnestrovie peace, well-being and confidence in the future, strength and development of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, strengthening its potential.
Chairman of the Coordinating Council of the All-Russian Public Organization “Lawyers for Human Rights and Decent Life” Alexander Brod emphasized, “For 33 years, the heroic and hardworking people of Pridnestrovie have defended the right to life, freedom and independence. I continue as a human rights activist to see my task as protecting the rights of the citizens of Pridnestrovie, strengthening cooperation between your country and Russia, finding friends and like-minded people of Pridnestrovie.”
President of the International Association of Russian-Speaking Lawyers, President of the Guild of Russian Lawyers Gasan Mirzoev in turn emphasized, “We must bow on this day before the blessed memory of those who laid down their lives in the fight against aggressors, defending the right to freedom and independence of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. May your the region will be forever young, flourishing and beautiful, and the life of every family is filled with warmth, joy and confidence in the future”.
Hero of Russia Alexander Rutskoi noted in his congratulation, “As a person who was directly involved in many events related to the formation of Pridnestrovie, I am pleased to see how the Pridnestrovian statehood is strengthening and developing.”
“I have no doubts that a bright, happy future awaits Pridnestrovie, because its strength is in the spirit of freedom, the unity of the people will to win the energy of creation, not destruction. You are a nation united by the value of statehood, spiritual, historical and cultural traditions,” said Natalia Narochnitskaya, Russian state, public and political figure, in a telegram.
Congratulatory words were addressed to Pridnestrovians by the President of the SPF, twelve-time world chess champion, deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Anatoly Karpov, wishing Pridnestrovie prosperity, and Pridnestrovians success in all endeavors. "The citizens of the PMR for 33 years now have been carefully preserving the enduring, universal values, principles and views on which, perhaps, any state is based - interethnic friendship, loyalty to one's roots, preservation of history and cultural heritage, the right to determine one's own path," the Russian parliamentarian.
Congratulations came from the Union of Cossacks of Russia and other public associations. Telegrams from various senders keep coming.