Moldova is not happy about Russian voting booths in Transdniester

Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat says he regrets Russia’s announcement that it will open voting booths in Moldova’s separatist Transdniester region for the upcoming Russian elections.

Filat said in Prague on November 29 that his government had specifically asked Moscow not to organize polling areas in Transdniester.

“This is a regrettable situation but it will not slow down our efforts to improve…our bilateral ties [with Russia],” Filat said.

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