Interim Moldovan President Mihai Ghimpu and his predecessor Vladimir Voronin are expected to have a meeting soon.
During Parliament’s session today, Voronin asked for a discussion with Ghimpu. His request is believed to be a result of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Mevlut Cavusoglu’s appeal to communist deputies to stop boycotting Parliament’s sessions.
Despite his advice, communist deputies left the session room immediately after Cavusoglu finished his speech.
Voronin declared communists would decide if to resume participating in Parliament sessions only after his meeting with Mihai Ghimpu.
The latter mentioned he was ready to meet Voronin.
“We’re not enemies. We met before the session. He said “Good morning!” and I replied. I’m not going to use the same methods he did during his mandate” Ghimpu stated.
Currently, Ghimpu is having a visit in Brussels, where he is expected to talk with European officials about the constitutional reform, overcoming the crisis and maintaining political stability.