Aleksandr Martynov (Transnistrian politician)

Aleksandr Martynov
Александр Мартынов (cropped).jpg
Prime Minister of Transnistria
Assumed office
17 December 2016
PresidentVadim Krasnoselsky
Preceded byPavel Prokudin
Personal details
Born (1981-01-12) 12 January 1981 (age 40)
Tiraspol, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union (now
Political partyIndependent

Aleksandr Martynov or Alexandr Martynov (born 1 January 1981[1]) is a Transnistrian politician, the Prime Minister of Transnistria since 17 December 2016 under the presidency of Vadim Krasnoselsky.[2]


Alexandr Martynov was appointed Prime minister of Transnistria on 17 December 2016. He placed the payments of pensions and salaries on the top of its agenda, along with tariffs and taxes for companies. He also promised free access to public transportation.[3] As soon as January 2017, he announced his will to emulate the Russian economic model and favor Russian ties.[4]

In February 2017, he managed the financial turmoil and the pressure from Moldova to invade the country and gain back the land.[5] In July, he criticized Ukraine's and Moldova's move to establish joint custom checkpoints at the border of Transnistria.[6] In August 2017, he asked the Russian forces not to go through Transnistria in the Russian military intervention in Ukraine.[7]

In October 2017, he announced an 11% increase in the national industrial production.[8]

Related pages


  1. ^ Moldova chronology, Worldstatesmen.org
  2. ^ "Александр Мартынов возглавил правительство Приднестровья" [Alexander Martynov takes over the government of Transnistria] (in Russian). Rambler. December 17, 2016.
  3. ^ Cristi Vlas, Transnistria has a new prime-minister and prosecutor general, Moldova.org, 19 December 2016
  4. ^ Transnistria to use Russia’s experience to revive economy — PM, Tass.com, 27 January 2017
  5. ^ Sam Morgan, Transnistria’s economic woes present Moldova with opportunity, Euractiv.com, 23 February 2017
  6. ^ Yuri Zoria, Ukraine helps Moldova regain control over border in Transnistrian region, Euromaidanpress.com, 21 July 2017
  7. ^ Kremlin considering deployment of troops in Odesa region to set up "corridor" to Transnistria – MP, Unian.info, 9 August 2017
  8. ^ In Transnistria the industry grew by 11%, Stroyka.md, 21 October 2017
Political offices
Preceded by
Pavel Prokudin
Prime Minister of Transnistria

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