He stated that it is quite possible to open its consulate in Kyiv, even though they can not get support. If there will be such need and desire, Transnistria will have its representation in Ukraine.
“Moreover, if there is a desire, we will open a representation in Kyiv,” Vadym Krasnoselsky said.
According to him, it is necessary as many people leave for earnings or to visit relatives in Ukraine and Russia, so they need protection there.
Krasnoselsky said that Moscow agreed to open Transnistria's representation, but due to the non-recognition, it is neither a consulate nor an embassy, it is just an NGO. Such organization might be opened in Kyiv.
Transnistria is a self-proclaimed state, which the international community recognizes as part of Moldova. The independence of it is only partially recognized by the republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia, as well as by the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.