Recent identification of several different types of RNA editing factors in plant organelles suggests complex RNA editosomes within which each factor has a different task. However, the precise protein interactions between the different editing factors are still poorly understood. In this paper, we show that the E(+)-type pentatricopeptide repeat (PPR) protein SLO2, which lacks a C-terminal cytidine deaminase-like DYW domain, interacts in vivo with the DYW-type PPR protein DYW2 and the P-type PPR protein NUWA in mitochondria, and that the latter enhances the interaction of the former ones. These results may reflect a protein scaffold or complex stabilization role of NUWA between E(+)-type PPR and DYW2 proteins. Interestingly, DYW2 and NUWA also interact in chloroplasts, and DYW2-GFP overexpressing lines show broad editing defects in both organelles, with predominant specificity for sites edited by E(+)-type PPR proteins. The latter suggests a coordinated regulation of organellar multiple site editing through DYW2, which probably provides the deaminase activity to E(+) editosomes.