Foreign Minister of the unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic Vitaly Ignatiev said that a possible exit could lead to military operations in the region Moldova from the agreement signed in 1992 on the principles of the peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in Transnistria.
Let us recall that on July 21, 1992, Russian President Boris Yeltsin and Moldovan leader Mircea Snegur signed an agreement on the principles of the peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in Transnistria.
According to Ignatiev, if the Republic of Moldova decides to legally withdraw from this Agreement, this step may become a prerequisite for military action.
“After withdrawing from the 1992 Agreement year, the situation in the region will return to a state of conflict between Moldova and Transnistria,” under Ignatiev said.
He clarified that the only effective means that can ensure physical security and peace for the half-million population of Transnistria is a peacekeeping mission, which includes Transnistrian and Russian forces.