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Dmitry Rogozin, angry at Plahotniuc: He is the reason for the travel ban in the Republic of Moldova

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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin says that the leader of the Democratic Party, Vladimir Plohatniuc, is the reason behind his ban on entering Moldova. The statements were made during an interview with the Russian TV channel “Rossia24”.

“Why is this happening? Moldova is a small country and very often becomes the object on which the West puts a lot of pressure, the Americans in the first place. In addition, the disaster from 1991 led to the formation of mafia groups. Finally, these mafia groups coalesced into a large group headed by one man, I have already pronounced his name, Mr. Plahotniuc, who controls absolutely everything in this country,” Rogozin said.

Reminder: After a failed attempt by Rogozin to come to Moldova this July to participate in the celebration dedicated to the 25 years since the beginning of the Dniestrovy Peacekeeping Operation, the Moldovan authorities declared Rogozin persona non grata in Moldova. Dmitry Rogozin has allowed himself to give defamatory assessments to the Republic of Moldova and, implicitly, to our citizens. Also, the Russian Deputy Prime Minister has had offensive opinions against the authorities of our country, which have a denigrating and a hypocrite character.

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The entry procedure on the left bank of the Nistru River will be simplified

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The leader of the self-proclaimed Transnistria, Vadim Krasnoselski, signed an order establishing simplified control procedures at the entrance to the region. The decision comes in the context of winter holidays. The simplified procedures will be valid for the period December 30 – January 15, IPN reports on the regional press.

Krasnoselski also wanted to temporarily open additional ways of crossing the means of transport with passengers through the following points: Valea Adâncă-Zagnitkov, Ploti-Krutîe, Vinogradnoe-Novîi Butorî, Gruşca-Nemirovka, Krasnî Oktiabri-Vetrujeni, Raşcov-Vadul -Rascov, Ţîbulevka-Ţehanovka, Teia-Calfa.

Passengers, citizens of Ukraine and of the Republic of Moldova, will present the identity document or the document confirming the residence visa in one of the neighboring localities. Also, at all checkpoints, a simplified regime of goods verification will be applied during this period, except for those that are forbidden in the Transnistrian region.

Source: IPN

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US Ambassador in Moldova: The publication of the Kroll II report is a good start

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Chief of the US Diplomatic Mission in Chisinau, James D. Pettit, believes that the publication of the second Kroll report is a significant achievement in the theft investigation in the banking system.

“The publication of this report is a significant achievement. It is a beginning. Before any investigation, the name must be hidden. This may create difficulties in the future to end the investigation,” said James D. Pettit during the “In PROfunzime” talk show.

He added that the Moldovan authorities have already taken steps to identify and recover money, but banking laws in other countries could slow down this process.

“I have the impression that they have taken a few steps to identify by which banks this stolen money has gone. Probably much effort is needed to continue this investigation because it is about cooperation with different countries. There are a few countries that cooperate quite well and in other countries there is no cooperation, perhaps because of banking laws,” added the US ambassador.

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Moldovan photographer, Ramin Mazur, winner of “Photojournalist” title within the EyeEm Photography Awards 2017

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The EyeEm photo community chose the best photographer of the year and the winners are split into five categories: “Architecture”, “Outdoors”, “Photojournalist”, “Portraitist” and “Street photographer” for the 4th consecutive year. This time, the photo contest broke its own records by the number of participants: more than 590,000 works from more than 88,000 photographers from around the world. This year, the main winner is the 19-year-old Sasha Dudkina from Moscow.

The Moldovan photographer as well as part of the Reportaje.Moldova.org team – Ramin Mazur, 30 – won with the title of “Photojournalist”.

The photo was taken in Penitentiary No. 17 in the Republic of Moldova.

Source: Cameralabs.org

Here are some of the works from Ramin’s “The Process” series, documenting the production of Hamlet in prison.

In Moldova, one of the highest per capita prison population in Europe has the highest long-term convicts. In order to shed light on the problems of the penitentiary system, the art center “Colosseum” staged a play in the country’s safest prison. Within a few months the prisoners studied the art of acting. Some of them have spent more than half their life behind bars. Through this production, the directors Mihai Fusu and Luminita Tika wanted to draw attention to the living conditions of the country, to the penitentiary system and, most importantly, to stereotypes.

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