Sergei Naryshkin: Nomination of Smirnov in Transdniestria is a Mistake / News / News agency Inforos
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Sergei Naryshkin: Nomination of Smirnov in Transdniestria is a Mistake

According to the head of the Russian presidential administration, Sergei Naryshkin, as a result of the 20-year rule by Igor Smirnov in Transdniestria, an atmosphere of personal power has been created, which led the republic into a state of profound socio-economic crisis.

“A huge difference has been formed between the situation of disadvantaged people and a small group of people close to Smirnov,” Naryshkin said. He noted that Russia has repeatedly recommended Smirnov, “to leave the way for new political persons, new leaders.” “Our recommendations were not accepted,” he said.

Moreover, according to Naryshkin, “Igor Smirnov uses existing administrative resources in order to restrict the major candidates, including the Obnovleniye Party leader, Anatoly Kaminsky.” “In our opinion, the Obnovleniye (renewal) program is feasible, specific, and can lead the country out of crisis,” Naryshkin said.

The head of the Russian presidential administration expressed confidence that “the inhabitants of Transdniestria will have enough will to make way for renewal of the republic.” “Russia is the guarantor of stability in the region and the republic’s population is close to us in spirit,” said Naryshkin.
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