The foreign Ministry called the UN GA resolution on Transnistria propaganda swing
MOSCOW, June 23 — RIA Novosti. Moscow sees the resolution of the UN General Assembly on the withdrawal of Russian troops from Transnistria as a promotional move of the Kishinev politicians. This is stated in the comments of the Department of information and press of the foreign Ministry.
The Agency notes that the adoption of the resolution “could undermine the fragile progress that has been made in recent months on the track of the Transnistrian settlement”.
In addition, diplomats recalled the statement of the President of Moldova, Igor Dodon, who said that the resolution would seriously undermine the Moldovan-Russian relations. From this it follows that the Moldovan leadership is no unity in relation to this document, concludes the Ministry of foreign Affairs.
“In this regard, see the initiative as a blatant publicity move part of the political leaders in Chisinau seeking motivated incitement of anti-Russian sentiment to score points in the eve of the upcoming parliamentary elections,” the statement said.
The foreign Ministry stressed that Russia is counting on the responsibility of international partners regarding any steps on frozen conflicts, which include the conflict on the Dniester.