The Kremlin has not received reports from Transnistria with a petition to help, said the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.
"I since the crack of dawn too read media messages, but unfortunately, I was not aware of any specific complaints about how they treated, by whom, through what channels, Etc., Etc., for this reason, nothing can tell you" - quoted Peskov news Agency.
66 public organizations of Transnistria declared on the first day of the week about the decision to go with complaints to the President of Russia, if the Republic loomed the Danger of a new war. The decision was taken at a General meeting of these organizations, it stated that they have plans to request the Russian Federation to act as a guarantor of peace and to take the side of the Republic in the negotiation process, using whatever measures: political, economic, diplomatic, sanctions, and, if need be, military. This idea was voiced at the meeting the head of the Union of women of the PMR Tatiana Dolishnya. In September last year the Minister of foreign Affairs of Moldova Natalia Gherman from the rostrum of the UN General Assembly said that the Russian Federation must withdraw its peacekeepers from Transnistria, and they will be replaced by an International civilian mission. However, Moscow considers attempts by Moldova and Ukraine of the extrusion from Transnistria Russian peacekeepers unfriendly shares, undermining the foundations of the peacekeeping operation.