Ukrainian President Zelensky on Ukraine’s potential involvement in Transnistria issue

The President made it clear that Ukraine could intervene in the issue of Transnistria, but only after the end of the war on its territory.

The further fate of Pridnestrovie will definitely be decided with the participation of Ukraine, since our country is a neighbor of Moldova.

The corresponding statement was made by the head of state Volodymyr Zelensky on press conferences in Moldova.

The President made it clear that the Ukrainian side could intervene in the solution of the Transnistrian issue, but only after the end of the war in Ukraine.

According to Zelensky, “it is necessary to speak from the position of a strong state that has recaptured its territories.”

“Then he will speak”he added.

Answering the question of media representatives what to do with the Russian troops that are now in the territory of Transnistria, the president said the following: “If they want to live, they will leave”.

After that, the journalists clarified whether the withdrawal of Russian troops would be carried out through the territory of Ukraine. The President replied that he “is not going to order a taxi for them, but there are ways.”

“He who wants to live always finds a way”Zelensky stressed.

Earlier, the head of state said that Ukraine does not plan to send troops to Pridnestrovie, since this is the sovereign territory of Moldova.

In turn, the Moldovan government expressed confidence that the victory of Ukraine in the war with Russia would solve the problem of Transnistria. At the same time, Chisinau intends to reintegrate the uncontrolled region “on the basis of a dialogue, taking into account the needs of residents on both sides of the Dniester.”


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Author: Artem Malinovsky

2023-06-01 17:28:00
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