The Moldovan government intends to expel from Transnistria Russian peacekeepers. Resorting to the help of the UN. Nothing has been done apart from statements to the press, but it was enough to call the Ambassador to the foreign Ministry. And transfer in Kishinev requests. All is quiet yet, but already there is a truth behind nedokoncena.
photo: Mikhail Kovalev
In Moscow on the initiative of the Moldovan government to contribute to the agenda of the UN General Assembly the issue of withdrawal of Russian troops from Transnistria was considered “provocative” and “ignoring the true root causes and realities of the limited presence of Russian troops on the Dniester”. This was announced the Ambassador of Moldova in Russia Andrey Negutsa. As reported on Saturday, himself a diplomat, Deputy foreign Minister Sergei Ryabov “thesis expressed the point of view of Russia and requested that I accurately conveyed this concern to the government of Moldova, yesterday I did through the note”.
“Reaction yet, – said the Ambassador. – Sergey said that if this item is enabled, it will adversely affect bilateral relations.”
In a statement the Russian foreign Ministry issued yesterday, and said: “the Initiators of those actions that do not meet the aspirations of a considerable part of Moldovan citizens should be aware of their inevitable negative impact on bilateral cooperation and on the Transnistrian conflict settlement process”.
On this subject spoke and the President of Moldova Igor Dodon. “Someone from overseas moving pawns on the geopolitical chessboard, and here in Moldova, it may affect the whole society, can happen tragedy like the one that took place in 1992,” said Igor Dodon on the eve of the 26th anniversary of independence of Moldova.
In his opinion, “the biggest mistake” can become the decision of Moldova to join one of the sides of this new cold war, which, according to policy, has unleashed a world power.
“In this volatile geopolitical context, there is a scenario which is being discussed more and more, and which provides for the stationing of foreign troops on the Dniester, most likely from NATO military headset” – added Igor Dodon.
However, he noted that, according to the opinion polls, the majority of citizens in favor of friendly relations with Moscow and the entry into NATO.
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