Poroshenko said that Ukraine will fulfill its obligations to Transnistria
The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said on the last working day of the week that Kiev is not going to abandon commitments to Transnistria.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine had adopted laws that provide for the denunciation of a number of agreements with Russia in the military sphere, as well as among them the agreement on transit through the Ukrainian territory of the Russian military in Transnistria. Following the adoption by Parliament of the law of the foreign Minister of the unrecognized Republic of Transnistria Nina Shtanski said that the Ukrainian authorities so eroded by some of their country's status as guarantor of the Transnistrian conflict ". In the Transnistrian MFA termination of the agreement by Ukraine called disturbing signal, which must not only concern Transnistria.
"Ukraine will strictly adhere to all the commitments that We own shoulders took. We have no obligations to miss in Transnistria Russian military. We are not going to do it. We have no obligation to support or to help Russian presence in Transnistria, and We are not going to do it. But in the format "5 2" or in a different Ukraine, on my behalf and maybe when my part will do all they can in order to start again the territorial integrity of Moldova and to do all they can to provide a reasonable standard of living for all who live there