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Dodon claims Moldova won’t join NATO, denies possibility of Pridnestrovia conflict
19:10, 14 August 2017
Dodon claims Moldova won’t join NATO, denies possibility of Pridnestrovia conflict

The president emphasized that his country will stay impartial and won’t become a member of any military blocs

19:10, 14 August 2017

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President of Moldova Igor Dodon claimed, that his country will stay impartial and won’t become a member of NATO or any other military block. The president said this in his briefing on August 14, commenting his trip to the military range in Bulboaka, according to Interfax.

Related: Dodon calls on Russia not to sanction Moldova over Rogozin

“Moldova shouldn’t participate in military activity neither in the West, nor in the East. We won’t take part in NATO or any other military bloc. We are an impartial country. Moldova won’t take part in any military activity or regional conflicts,” Dodon said.

At the same time the politician emphasized that he didn’t think a new conflict in Pridnestrovia possible.

“I have enough authority to block any actions that could lead to destabilization,” he said.

Related: Dodon claims that Ukraine Russia conflict hinders Moldova

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