The Special Representative of the Albanian OSCE Chairperson-in-Office for the Transnistrian Settlement Process, Ambassador Thomas Mayr-Harting welcomed the meeting in Condrita between Moldovan President Igor Dodon and Transnistrian leader Vadim Krasnoselsky, expressing hope for further “constructive, forward-looking dialogue”, IPN reports.
“It is encouraging that this meeting took place and that the Sides focused on issues of particular relevance for the well-being of people living on both banks of the river, such as freedom of movement, the integration of telecommunication networks, improved internal banking connectivity and the establishment of a new trolleybus line between Bender, Varnita and the Severny district,” the Special Representative stated today in Vienna. “I hope this encounter will pave the way for further constructive and forward-looking dialogue between the Sides and lead to concrete results and mutually acceptable solutions in the coming months,” said Ambassador Mayr-Harting
“I am confident that all efforts that improve the lives of the people on both banks can count on the full support of the international community, in particular the mediators and observers participating in the 5+2 talks. For their part, the Albanian OSCE Chairmanship as well as the OSCE Mission to Moldova, under the leadership of Claus Neukirch, will also remain fully engaged,” Mayr-Harting concluded.