Moldovan and Transnistrian Presidents met after nine years long interruption

New Moldovan president Igor Dodon met on January 4 with the Transnistrian leader, Vadim Krasnoselsky, and discussed the current problems of citizens on both sides of the Dniester river.

Dodon stated in a briefing that the visit purpose was to establish contacts with the new leadership of the Transnistrian region and collaboration mechanism in solving problems faced by citizens.

“Mr. Krasnoselsky specified subjects which interested Transnistrian side, I refer to recognition of diplomas, registration of transport vehicles and telephone connection. At the same time, we also discussed some subjects, such as: solving the problem of farmlands situated beyond the road, problem of schools in Transnistria and admission into the region of some officials of the country. Similarly, there will rake place a few meetings at the level of experts within the next few weeks, so that within a month to be drafted an action plan,” said Igor Dodon.

Also Dodon said, that “he is confident that in the upcoming months, inhabitants of both banks of the Dniester will feel the beneficial changes on common interest themes”.

After military conflict in 1992 Moldova had split on two parts. Eastern regions separated from the central government and proclaimed Transnistrian Moldovan republic. Since that time Moldova remains divided. The dialog between two governments often interrupts for years. The previous visit of the President of Moldova in Transnistria was made by Vladimir Voronin in 2008.

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