Numerous congratulations on the 30th anniversary of the republic come to the address of the leadership and residents of Pridnestrovie. Leaders of friendly countries, public and political figures, representatives of the scientific community, clergymen, members of various organizations and enterprises wish peace and prosperity to Pridnestrovians.
The unity with the Pridnestrovian people is mentioned in the congratulatory telegrams from representatives of fraternal republics, who like the PMR year after year defend their right to independence. The Head of the Artsakh Republic Arayik Harutyunyan wishes Pridnestrovie development and political stability. The President of South Ossetia Anatoly Bibilov writes that Pridnestrovie has been faithful to the chosen path of freedom and independence for thirty years.
Deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation sent their congratulations to the PMR President and residents of the republic. Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Artem Turov writes that holiday unites everyone who has invested a particle of their own soul in the formation and development of Pridnestrovie. Patriotism and loyalty to universal human values, respect history and culture, interethnic harmony ensure the unity and cohesion of the people of Pridnestrovie. The Head of the United Russia faction Sergei Neverov noted that Russia is grateful to the people of Pridnestrovie for preserving historical memory of the exploits of a Russian soldier on the banks of the Dniester, for tireless concern for preservation of the Russian language and culture. Sergei Chizhov called Pridnestrovie a part of a large Russian family. Our states are linked by history and common views. We are grateful that you keep in touch with the Russian world. Farit Mukhametshin, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on International Affairs of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation, expressed confidence in strong connection between Pridnestrovie and Russia as a guarantor of peace in the republic in a congratulatory telegram.
Telegrams from all over the world are flying from those who were born and once lived in Pridnestrovie. They write: despite the distance, we remember our Motherland and empathize with its fate. One of these telegrams is from Bishop Vikenty, a native of Bendery, now the ruling bishop of the Zlatoust diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church.