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PACE resolution calls for a solution to the Transnistrian conflict based on full respect for Moldova’s territorial integrity and sovereignty


A session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) in Strasbourg on 4 October passed a resolution on Moldova. The resolution stated that the pace of reform has been slowed because, in parallel with working on its democratic institutions, Moldova has had to build its national identity and deal with a separatist regime and foreign troops on the Transnistrian part of its territory.

The parliamentarians said the priorities now should be improving the functioning of those democratic institutions, reinforcing the independence and efficiency of the judiciary, ensuring the freedom and pluralism of the electronic media, strengthening local democracy, raising economic performance, coupled with good social protection, and fighting corruption and the trafficking of human beings and organs.

Finally, the PACE resolution called for peaceful solution to the Transnistrian conflict – one which is based on full respect for Moldova’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and in accord with the popular will as expressed in fully free and democratic elections.
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