“A successive line. Everything that we are doing in a “5+2” format, everything that we are doing within the UN: Transnistria has to become Moldova’s full part. This is completely obvious both in the political and economic sense,” he noted.
Klimkin stressed that Ukraine has reasons to consolidate the efforts in this direction with the Moldovan side.
“We are gradually working on eliminating the Russian troops in Transnistria. Everyone understands that they (Russians, - ed.) have created a certain zone which is even worse than Russia – it is some kind of a mixture of the Soviet Union. And do not forget Zakarpattia. Who organized these alleged arsons? People from Transnistria, who are controlled by FSB, did this,” he added.
As we reported earlier, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the resolution on withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of the Republic of Moldova.
The resolution was put on the vote with the support of Canada, Georgia, Romania, Ukraine and Estonia.
It is worth mentioning that Igor Dodon, the President of Moldova, condemned the adoption of the document. He believes that the voting in the UN General Assembly is just another anti-Russian demarche of Moldova’s Government.