Allies of the Odessa organization "national Council of Bessarabia" from Eastern Europe are concerned that the authorities of Ukraine have the opportunity to build against her repression.
A number of local media first reported that the national community of the Odessa region on April 6 announced the creation of a "people's Parliament of Bessarabia" to uphold the wishes of local residents. At the founding meeting was attended by representatives of the seven key communities in the region (Bulgarian, Gagauz, Russian, Ukrainian, Gypsy, Romanian, Polish), only about 100 delegates.
because of this, the adviser to the head of the security service of Ukraine Markiyan Lubkivsky said that there is no "Happy" to be unable, because of such territorial entities, as "Bessarabian people's Republic" does not happen. On unreliable data, the SBU detained about 20 members of the constituent meeting. The leader of the " people's Parliament ", the head of the Union of Transnistrian citizens of Ukraine Dmytro Zatuliveter does not communicate.
"Were alarmed to hear news from Odessa. Participants of the constituent conference of the national Council of Bessarabia " under pressure. The purpose of the "people's Parliament" - the dialogue between the communities of Bessarabia, not separatism. I was in collaboration With the leader of the "Happy" Dmitry Zatuliveter. It is currently not connected, " - said Last news the press-Secretary of the European communications centre Anton Martins from Bulgaria.
"Media reports that he (Zatuliveter) has the ability to be under pressure. Strongly reject repression. Is it the power of the people to which we all want?", said Martins.
for its part, former Prime Minister of Moldova, head of the Moldovan National Congress of Industrialists and entrepreneurs of Moldova Vasily Tarlev believes that the development of a "people's Parliament of Bessarabia" shows a lively and active civil society development in the region." I believe that "people's Council of Bessarabia" will make its own significant contribution to the strengthening of national cultures, languages and education", he said.