MOSCOW, April 26. /TASS/. The latest news from Transnistria causes concern, the Kremlin is closely monitoring how the situation is developing there, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Tuesday.
"We are closely monitoring how the situation is developing there [in Transnistria]. Certainly, the news that comes from there causes concern," Peskov told reporters when answering a question from TASS.
In response to a clarifying question, the Kremlin spokesman noted that Russian President Vladimir Putin is not yet scheduled to contact his Moldovan counterpart Maia Sandu amid the escalation of the situation in Transnistria. "No, so far no contacts are planned, there are no such plans," Peskov said in reply to a corresponding question.
The spokesman did not answer a question about who might be behind what is happening in Transnistria, explaining that he had nothing to add on the topic.
Earlier on Tuesday, two radio antennas of the regional radio center were blown up in the village of Mayak, in the Grigoriopol district of Transnistria. The day before, the building of the Transnistrian Ministry of State Security was shelled with hand grenade launchers. There were reportedly no casualties in either case. In March, Transnistrian government agencies received several anonymous reports of bombs planted at schools, medical facilities, shopping centers and other facilities.