Disputes raised at the first meeting of the Joint Control Commission in 2019

Moldova.org, 12 January 2019 11:01

The Unified Control Commission focused its discussions at this year’s first session on the Moldovan delegation’s proposals to develop a Security Zone monitoring mechanism in line with the commitments made under the protocol signed in January 2017. The refusal of the representatives of Tiraspol to accept this approach has generated fierce disputes between the participants. […] The post Disputes raised at the first meeting of the Joint Control Commission in 2019 appeared first on Moldova.org.

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