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Dodon reacts on claim about withdrawal of Russian troops
16:05, 21 July 2017
Dodon reacts on claim about withdrawal of Russian troops

According to him, this statement is the provocative aggravation of the situation in region

16:05, 21 July 2017

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The President of Republic of Moldova Igor Dodon condemned the statement of the Parliament with the demand to withdraw the Russian troops from Transnistria. He reported this at Facebook.

‘I strongly condemned the next provocation. These actions aim to worsen the relations with Russia and the erosion of the achieved success with the Russian Government on the issues of the export of Moldovan products, the situation with the migrants, regional cooperation, educational and humanitarian programs’, the president claimed.

According to him, such actions of the Parliament are the provocative aggravation of the situation in the region, especially before the arrival of the Deputy of the Representative of Government of Russia Dmitry Rogozin to Moldova.

The Parliament of Moldova adopted the statement with the demand to withdraw the Russian troops from the territory of the country on July 21

‘I strongly condemned such provocations. I emphasize that Moldova is the neutral state and the decisions of such issues should be made within peaceful and constructive approach, without provocations and in the context of the union of two banks of Dniester and in no way by such provocative statements’, Dodon concluded. 61 parliamentarians voted in affirmative for this decision. The opposition left the building of the Parliament as the mark of the protest.

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