Krasnoselsky Offers to Sign a Document on Peace and Security Guarantees

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Transdniestrian leader Vadim Krasnoselsky announced an offer to the participants of the 5+2 negotiations to sign a special document on guarantees of peace and security in Transdniestria, the press service of the Transdniestrian leader report. “When I talk to ambassadors, to serious people, they all talk about peace. If you talk about peace, let’s sign a document – that’s the idea. It is one thing to talk and quite another to sign a desire to maintain the peace. We’ve prepared such a draft and offered everyone to study it,” said Krasnoselsky, reports According to him, so far, everyone is studying it, everyone seems to agree, there are positive reviews. “We must also achieve peace in this way. This is an example of what can be achieved at the negotiating table, in this case – peace. The position of peace is secured by the signature of an official,” the Transdniestrian leader stressed. Negotiations on the Transdniestrian settlement in the 5+2 format involve Chisinau and Tiraspol as parties to the conflict, Russia, Ukraine and the OSCE as mediators and the European Union and the US as observers. The last round of talks in the 5+2 format took place in Bratislava on October 9 and 10, 2019. In February, Ukraine suspended the activities of military observers in the peacekeeping operation on the Dniester. The OSCE chairman-in-office, Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, said at a briefing in Chisinau in late March that it was difficult to discuss when and under what conditions the next 5+2 meeting would take place.