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Moldovan Parliament demands Russia withdraw troops

Another thorn in Russia’s side, Moldova.

Russia has de facto occupied the area called Transnistria, officially the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, since 1992 and Moldova wants them gone. 

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The most parliamentarians voted in affirmative for this decision

15:25, 21 July 2017

The Parliament of Moldova adopted the statement with the demand to withdraw the Russian troops from the territory of the country on July 21 as Interfax reported.

’61 parliamentarians of 101 from the governing coalition, liberal and liberal-democratic parties voted for adoption of the document’ the message reported.

It is noted that the parliamentarians of the opposition socialist party left the building of the Parliament as the mark of the protest. They claimed that this document is the geopolitical provocation at the end of the parliamentary session.


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