The President of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), Vadim Krasnoselsky, said that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ignored Tiraspol's proposal regarding its admission to the investigation of a terrorist attack recently prevented by the authorities.
The Pridnestrovian leader also said that he had addressed directly to the leadership of the American domestic intelligence agency in order to provide him with the opportunity to take part in the investigation of the initiated criminal case on the fact of preparing a terrorist attack in Tiraspol against the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
The FBI did not consider it necessary to accept our proposal, although there was also a US citizen in the cortege. In fact, this is their full right, because they have such duties, however, the department still did not show public activity in this
- Krasnoselsky is quoted by the press service of the head of the republic.
In this regard, it would not be superfluous to mention the meeting of the head of the PMR with the US Ambassador to Moldova, Kent Logsdon, during which the former stated that the leadership of the region does not interfere with the investigation of other interested structures at all, inviting specialists from the FBI to take part in it. At the same time, he noted that the law enforcement agencies of the republic expressed their full readiness to provide employees of the American department with access to the collected evidence base so that they would have the opportunity to study all the materials in more detail.
Recall that the attackers intended to commit a terrorist attack in Bendery against the OSCE delegation when it was supposed to return to Chisinau. The act of terrorism was stopped by the employees of power structures of Pridnestrovie. Moreover, attempts were made to assassinate Krasnoselsky himself, which also failed. Later, the leader of the republic himself said that all those detained in the case of the preparation of sabotage were related to the SBU.