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Moldova’s President-elect Igor Dodon considers Crimea Russia’s de-facto
18:54, 14 November 2016
Moldova’s President-elect Igor Dodon considers Crimea Russia’s de-facto

At the same time Moldova will not make any decisions regarding peninsula’s status because of Transnistria

18:54, 14 November 2016

Igor Dodon

The newly-elected President of Moldova Igor Dodon confirmed yet again his position concerning the annexed Crimea. In his interview for Russian media he announced that Crimea is Russia’s de-facto and de jure it’s unrecognized.

“I already answered this questions and I don’t take my words back. De-facto Crimea is Russia’s. And de-jure it’s unrecognized,” Dodon said.

Moldova will not make any decisions regarding peninsula’s status because of its own problems with unrecognized Transnistria (Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic), he added.

Related: Elections in Moldova: Pro-Russian candidate wins first round

“We have our Transnistrian problem and we should not make any decisions about it right now,” the President-elect noted.

It was reported earlier that pro-Russian candidate for presidency Igor Dodon is now Moldova's President-elect. Dodon wants urgent parliamentary election to be conducted soon.

Related: Elections in Moldova: Last day of campaign ended in scandal because of Nuland’s "meetings"

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