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New Moldovan President demanded Russia to withdraw its troops from Transnistria2012-03-16 17:52
New president of Moldova Nicholas Timofti has demanded Russia to withdraw its peacekeeping troops from Transnistria.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RBC, new persident of Moldova, Nicolae Timofti, elected today, February 16, has demanded Russia to withdraw its peacekeeping troops from Transnistria.
Nicolae Timofti has also called for development peaceful solution of the Transnistrian conflict by political means, through negotiations, with the help of partners involved in the negotiations on the Transnistrian settlement in the 5+2 format (Russia, Ukraine - the guarantor countries, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) - the mediator, the European Union and the U.S. - observers, Moldova and Transnistria - parties of the conflict), the edition reported.
Recall, as reported by the Polit.ru, March 16, Nikolae Timofti scored 62 votes out of 101 during voting in the Parliament of the Republic. By law, to become president, a candidate must obtain at least 61 votes of the MPs.
Timofti's victory has become possible due to the fact that the ruling coalition had managed to agree on the support with the oppositional Socialists (three deputies, headed by Igor Dodon). In addition, independent deputy Michael Pegodya had agreed to support this candidacy. At the same time, Moldovan Communists, who are the main opposition force in the parliament, had boycotted the vote.