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Ukraine’s Ambassador to Moldova summoned to Kyiv for consultations

Source : 112 Ukraine

Leading Candidate for Presidency in Moldova Igor Dodon, said earlier occupied Crimea belongs to Russia
18:41, 31 October 2016

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Ukrainian Ambassador to Moldova was summoned to Kyiv for consultations. The Press Secretary of the President of Ukraine Svyatoslav Tsegolko wrote this on Facebook.

"Important information. Ukrainian Ambassador to Moldova was summoned to Kyiv for consultations”, wrote Tsegolko.

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Earlier it was reported that the leader of the presidential race of Moldova, Chairman of the Party of Socialists, Igor Dodon, on the eve of elections to be held in the country on October 30, said that the occupied Crimea belongs to Russia. In particular, he said it on the air of RTR Moldova TV Channel during a joint meeting with the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party Marian Lupu.

Later, Dodon explained what he meant by saying on TV debates that the Crimea belongs to Russia, and promised if he is elected president, he will "carefully consider" the issue.

Related: Presidential elections take place in Moldova

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