Dodon emphasized that the suggestion to include this issue to the agenda of the UN General Assembly will “remain just at declaration level”.
“The government of Moldova has already started backing out, as they had admitted their mistake, that the peacemaking operation in Dniester can’t be intervened with, and so they corrected the declaration. It shows unprofessionalism of Moldovan officials,” Dodon said.
He emphasized, that withdrawal of Russian troops doesn’t correspond to Moldova’s interests and isn’t supported by the majority of people.
As it was reported earlier, Moldova asked the UN General Assembly to consider withdrawal of Russian troops from Transnistria during the 72nd session of General Assembly.