Moldovan President Maia Sandu does not rule out that a "geopolitical opportunity" will arise over the next few years to resolve the Transnistrian region issue.
RBC-Ukraine reported this regarding Infotag.
"For us, as before, the main goal is to maintain peace and stability in the country. We are trying to resolve the issue step by step, without much noise... Residents of the left bank also want to live in peace, and they are scared now because the region borders Ukraine. We will demonstrate the positive effects of European integration - and I cannot imagine how they can refuse it," the president said.
According to Sandu, the main problem is the presence of Russian troops.
"We see the Kremlin's servants here expressing concern about Moldova's neutrality from morning to evening. But Moldova's neutrality status is violated exclusively by Russia. No other country violates neutrality," Sandu said.-
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 11/02/2024