South Ossetia is preparing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its foundation. We tell in our material what connects Pridnestrovie with this Transcaucasian republic.
The Parliament Speaker Alexander Korshunov congratulated physical culture workers, athletes and sports veterans on their professional holiday.
Deputy of the PMR Supreme Council for constituency number 10 Vladimir Pelin spoke about the work done over five years in the constituency and in the Committee on Social Policy. The interview was published by the "Pridnestrovie" republican newspaper.
Chairman of the PMR Supreme Council Alexander Korshunov told why the development of land reclamation and restoration of the entire land reclamation complex of the republic is an important strategic direction for the state.
Deputy of the Supreme Council, Chairman of the Committee on Economic Policy Oleg Vasilaty took part in two TV programs. The journalists of the “Question of the Day” program of the First Pridnestrovian were interested in issues related to the 2021 budget. On the TV channel TSV in the "Expert Opinion" program, the conversation was about land reclamation.
Regular issue of "The Deputy Hour" program was aired.
Major overhaul of the rural medical outpatient clinic and the territorial militia department was made in Parkany. The construction was initiated by Deputy of the PMR Supreme Council in Parkany constituency number 31 Ivan Nedelkov.
Chairman of the PMR Supreme Council Alexander Korshunov addressed Pridnestrovians on the occasion of the anniversary of the referendum on independence of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, which took place on September 17, 2006.
Workers of road service are working in Bendery in Kishinevskaya street. On the initiative of the Supreme Council Deputy for constituency No. 2 Yuri Kucherenko, the workers of "Kommunaldorservice" are preparing problem areas for asphalt paving.
New objects are included in the Unified State Register of Immovable Cultural Heritage Objects. These are 19 burial mounds in the village of Glinoe, which will be investigated by archaeologists, and a mosaic panel in the building of the former bus station in Bendery.