Russian world is uniting, and the people’s desire for unity can not be stopped. This statement was made by Foreign Minister of Pridnestrovie Nina Shtanski. At the same time web publications draw attention not only to the professional quality of the Transnistrian politician, but also to her model looks. Glamorous foreign minister of the unrecognized republic of Transnistria Nina Shtanski urges Vladimir Putin to make her country following the conquest of “Russia in Eastern Europe”. 36 -year-old minister is a Member of the Security Council under the President of Pridnestrovie, heading the Foreign Ministry in “purely pro-Russian way.” Nina Shtanski loves candid black dresses and appreciates Russian president Vladimir Putin. She supports Russian Crimea and doesn’t mind Russian president to do the same with Transnistria, with more than half a million of Russian people wedged between strife-torn Ukraine and Moldova.
Nina Shtanski was born April 10, 1977 in Tiraspol Moldavian SSR. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Transdniestrian State University. December 24, 2012 she defended thesis for the degree of Candidate of Political Sciences on the theme “Problems of the conflict in Transnistria / Moldova: international aspects”.
From 2002 to 2009 she worked in the Supreme Council of Dniester Moldavian Republic as leading specialist on staff of the Supreme Council of the PMR, Assistant to the Chairman of the Supreme Council, Political Advisor to the Chairman of the Supreme Council. From 2009 to 2011 was involved in social and educational activities – was an adviser to Yevgeny Shevchuk – at that time a deputy of the Supreme Council of the PMR and the President of the public movement “Revival”. She taught at the Institute of History, State and Law of the Transdniestrian State University.
December 30, 2011, after the inauguration of President of PMR E.V. Shevchuk, was appointed a special representative of the President of TMR in the negotiating process, interaction with the diplomatic missions and international organizations.
January 24, 2012 was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs of Transnistrian Moldovan Republic. February 1, 2012 by the Decree of the President of TMR was charged a special representative of the President of TMR in the negotiating process, interaction with the diplomatic missions and international organizations.
Nina Shtanski is the Author of more than ten scientific publications in Russian, Transnistrian scientific publications relating to the settlement of the Transnistrian-Moldovan relations.