Tiraspol refuses to discuss arming of military organizations not affiliated to peacekeeping forces.

The Transnistrian delegation to the Joint Control Commission (JCC) opposed the inclusion of the method of arming the military organizations not affiliated to the peacekeeping forces in the security zone.

The Transnistrian delegation to the Joint Control Commission (JCC) opposed the inclusion of the method of arming the military organizations not affiliated to the peacekeeping forces in the security zone in the agenda of Thursday’s meeting, even if the Moldovan delegation insisted on this. Ion Leahu, member of the Commission on behalf of the official Chisinau, has told Info-Prim Neo that owing to this refusal the meeting did not have even a small element of constructivism.

According to Leahu, no issue included in the agenda was solved at the ordinary meeting on October 1. “The agenda included insignificant problems that do not even deserve being discussed. They concerned only the internal work of the JCC,” Leahu said, specifying that only the Military Command’ reports on the situation in the security zone during the last two weeks were approved.

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