On Tuesday, there was the sixth meeting of the President of Moldova Igor Dodon, with the leader of Transnistria Vadim Krasnoselsky, which took place in the Holercani official residence.
The parties continued discussion of topic issues on the agenda and outlined some for the future, aif.md reports.
– We pointed out that the current situation in the process of the Transnistrian settlement requires both parties to maintain a constant dialogue and more carefully study the issues on the agenda.
During the meeting we discussed some details of the 5+2 meeting in Bratislava and the progress in implementing the agreements known as Berlin plus. We exchanged views on the practical steps that are being taken to implement the agreements reached.
We also discussed a number of other issues of an economic and social nature affecting the interests of residents and economic agents on both banks of the Dniester, including the expansion of the free movement of people, goods and services throughout the Republic of Moldova.
We narrowed the gap to develop approaches for their subsequent implementation,” Igor Dodon said following the results of the conversation.
According to him, during the dialogue, a common interest was noted about avoiding complications in the Security Zone that could violate peace and stability in the Republic of Moldova.
Igor Dodon and Vadim Krasnoselsky reiterated the importance of the ongoing peacekeeping operation on the Dniester as a guarantee of peace and security in the region. In addition, in the run-up to the Bavarian Conference, scheduled for November 4-5, the parties reiterated their readiness to continue an open dialogue at various levels and venues, which will help establish confidence between the people of both banks of the Dniester.
They agreed that, along with official contacts, the activity of public institutions is an important factor contributing to the advancement of the political settlement process.
“At the end of the meeting, we once again emphasized that there is no other alternative to dialogue and confidence-building which open up opportunities to discuss more complex issues on the agenda of the negotiation process of the Transnistrian settlement,” Igor Dodon summed up.
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