The head of the PMR proposed to sign a special document on guarantees of peace and security in Pridnestrovie
TIRASPOL, 31 August – RIA Novosti. The head of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Republic of Moldova (PMR), Vadim Krasnoselsky, at a meeting with the chief editors of local media on Wednesday, announced his proposal to the participants to sign a special document on guarantees in the 5 + 2 negotiation format. The press service of the Pridnestrovian leader reported that there was peace and security in Pridnestrovie.
Chisinau and Tiraspol participate in the “5+2” format Transnistrian settlement negotiations as parties to the conflict, Russia, Ukraine, the OSCE – as mediators, the European Union and the USA – as observers. The last round of negotiations in the 5+2 format took place on 9 and 10 October 2019 in Bratislava. In February, Ukraine suspended the activities of military observers in the peacekeeping operation in the Dniester. OSCE Chairman-in-Office Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau said at a briefing in Chisinau at the end of March that it is still difficult to discuss when and under what conditions the next meeting in the 5+2 format will take place.
“When I talk to ambassadors, serious people, everyone is talking about peace. If you are talking about peace, then let’s sign a document – that’s the idea. It’s one thing to talk, another to support the desire to keep the peace with another signature. We prepared such a project and invited everyone to work “, – said Krasnoselsky.
According to him, so far everyone is reading, everyone seems to agree, there are positive reviews. “We must maintain peace and in this way. This is an example of what results can be achieved at the negotiating table, in this case peace. The position of peace must be secured by the signature of this or that official, ” stressed the Pridnestrovian leader.
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