Vladimir Sandaza. The delegation of Moldova and Transnistria in the joint control Commission (JCC is the governing body of peacekeeping operations) on Thursday agreed on a meeting agenda so that the Commission's work began again in normal mode after a seven-month pause, told reporters the head of the Transnistrian Delegation Oleg Belyakov.
in the Joint control Commission composed of the delegations of Russia, Moldova and Transnistria. As observers in the work of participating Authorized Ukraine and the OSCE mission in Moldova. The co-chairs of the JCC (heads of delegations) make decisions on the basis of consensus. This year marks 23 years since the beginning of the peacekeeping operation in the unrecognized Republic. World in conflict area support a common peacekeeping force, which includes 402 Russian soldiers, 492 Transnistria, 355 Moldovan and ten military observers from Ukraine.
"in the approved agenda included more than 45 questions concerning the situation in the area of security, including 34 reports of the joint military command (commanding General of peacekeeping forces)," said Belyakov.
according to his statement, adopted the agenda included the issue of free movement of people in the area of security where, however, had insisted the Moldovan delegation.
"We have placed this item on the agenda based on the fact that the accumulated lump of certain events that occurred in the area of security, increases the likelihood of bringing to the aggravation of the situation," said co-chair of the JCC.
Transnistria, 60 percent of its inhabitants are Russians and Ukrainians sought to secede from Moldova even before the collapse of the USSR, fearing that the wave of nationalism Moldova joining Romania. In 1992, after the failed attempts of the authorities of Moldova force to solve the problem, Transnistria was in fact not controlled by the Chisinau area.