Dodon promised to hold a referendum on the status of Transnistria

The President of Moldova , Igor Dodon promised to hold a referendum on the status of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic.

He stated this at a meeting with the press in the state house, according Bloknot-moldova.md.

According to Dodon, on the territory of the Republic of Moldova should not be any foreign troops.

We will remind, earlier it was reported that the Pro-Russian President of Moldova Igor Dodon has declared that he wants Moldova was a country without any foreign troops, including Russian.

On meet the press he said that the final decision on the status of Transnistria will be taken by the people in a referendum on the issue.

«In the discussions we will come up with an acceptable solution, and to leave him to the people, ask him for help referendum. Say Yes — well, no — no. The last word is for citizens of Moldova,» he stated.

The independence of Transnistria was proclaimed on 25 August 1991, and then between separatists and Moldovan troops began the short armed conflict that ended in the actual victory of the separatists, supported by Russian army.

Recall, January 5 Dodon for the first time since 2008, met with the leader of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldovan Republic Vadim Krasnoselsky. «Discussed a range of issues … have Agreed that our colleagues will develop a package approach in addressing a number of issues and that soon will meet again to discuss concrete solutions and time,» he stated.




Dodon promised to hold a referendum on the status of Transnistria 25.01.2017

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