“I met with President of Transdniestria Shevchuk at the Russian House
of Government today,” Rogozin said on his Twitter page on Monday.
“We discussed issues facing the republic’s economic life and social
support for the residents of this independent republic, which is home to
150,000 Russian citizens, in detail. I confirmed the inviolability of
the status of Russia’s peacekeeping mission in this region to the
guest,” the deputy premier said.
Rogozin also said he had informed Shevchuk of the main results of Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat’s visit to Russia.