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dispute over the self-proclaimed republic of Transdnestr in Moldova could be resolved only through direct negotiations between the two concerned parties
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday that the dispute over the self-proclaimed republic of Transdnestr in Moldova could be resolved only through direct negotiations between the two concerned parties. "We are ready to continue working on the proposals that have been put on the negotiation table," Lavrov said. "We are certain that a final settlement could be achieved only through direct negotiations between Chisinau [Moldova] and Tiraspol [Transdnestr]." "Russia calls for ... an approach that would ensure the transparency of the process," the Russian minister said. "Unilateral decisions" only set the negotiations back, he said. Moldovan President Vladimir Voronin approved a law outlining the main conditions of Transdnestr's legal status July 29, 2005. The law established Transdnestr as an autonomous region of Moldova, with its powers fixed in the Moldovan constitution and laws. Russia sharply criticized the law at the time, saying it was a unilateral move on the part of Moldova, and that the country was trying to impose its authority on the republic.
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