The official Chisinau agitates Tiraspol to dialogue to resolve the economic issues of Transnistria, according to a statement released on Thursday a statement to the media Bureau for reintegration of the Moldovan government.
before in Chisinau media released a letter from the head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Transnistria Nina Shtanski representative of UNDP in Moldova Dauphin, Perceval, which assesses the socio-economic situation of the region and reported on economic blockade of Transnistria from Moldova and Ukraine.
Thursday Transnistrian employees of the foreign Ministry became aware of the authenticity of this letter. In the Transnistrian Foreign Ministry stressed that " part of the action of public authorities of the Republic of Moldova expressed in the creation of prohibitions for the Transnistrian imports and exports, including the refusal to issue phytosanitary certificates and licenses to manufacture, and result in failure of the arrival of funds in the budget and the extension of poverty of the inhabitants."
Moldovan Bureau for reintegration has urged the leadership of the Transnistrian region to solve problems through dialogue.
"A truly effective solution is only responsible and constructive dialogue, as well as the continuation of negotiations in the format" 5 2 ", which provides more opportunities to the authorities of Moldova and external partners to help overcome economic and other issues in the Transnistrian region. Now the dialogue with partners in the negotiations in order to find solutions to overcome economic decline in the region, " the statement reads.
Transnistria, 60% of the population are Russians and Ukrainians sought to secede from Moldova even before the destruction of the USSR, fearing that the wave of nationalism Moldova will join Romania. In 1992, after the failed attempt of the authorities of Moldova the power to solve the problem, Transnistria was in fact beyond the control of the Chisinau area.
international recognition Tiraspol received, but actively sought. Moldova this option does not suit, it offers Transdniestrians autonomy from a single country.
in the negotiations on the Transnistrian settlement participate Moldova and Transnistria as parties to the conflict, Russia, Ukraine and the OSCE as mediators, the European Union and the USA as observers.