President Maia Sandu stated that she had not received letters from the so-called leader of the Transnistrian region Vadim Krasnoselsky.
Moreover, she noted that she does not plan a meeting with him and does not see the need for it, reports unimedia.info
“I didn’t see any letters. We do not recognize the elections, they are unconstitutional, we do not consider them legitimate or worthy of consideration,” Sandu said.
The Head of State noted that she does not plan a meeting with Krasnoselsky and does not see “the need for it”.
“I’m not planning a discussion or a meeting. All the discussions that we are conducting in the context of solving certain problems of citizens on the left bank are conducted with the Bureau for Reintegration. Sometimes, when serious problems arise, as happened when there was a gas crisis, and when it was unclear whether gas would be supplied after November 1, the Prime Minister and Mr. Krasnoselsky had a telephone conversation about the situation and what we can do next.
I'm not planning a meeting and I don’t see the need for it. The position of the authorities was very clearly expressed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as required by the rule, and we qualified these gestures as unfriendly. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs asked all embassies not to participate in the event beforehand, and those who were identified as potential observers were returned home from the airport,” said Maia Sandu.
Earlier it was reported that Vadim Krasnoselsky sent a letter to President Maia Sandu. He called for a “personal meeting or a meeting in a format acceptable to both sides” to restore dialogue between the two banks of the Dniester.