Joint Control Commission holds meeting
20:33 | 23.09.2021 Category: Official
Chisinau, 23 September /MOLDPRES/ - Moldova’s delegation participated in a weekly meeting of the Joint Control Commission (JCC), held in Bender today, the Reintegration Policies Bureau has reported.
Under the agenda, the Joint Military Command reported on the situation in the Security Zone for 15-22 September, establishing that the military observers had not documented serious incidents on this period.
Given the high risk of spread of the infection triggered by the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Moldova, the JCC members tackled the present state on this subject in the Joint Peacekeeping Forces. They found out lack of active cases of Covid-19 in the military contingents and the Commission members stressed the importance of rigorous observance of the measures of prevention and control over the infection.
During the consideration of organizational matters, the Commission confirmed Asanov Kairatbek as military representative of the OSCE Mission in Moldova, empowered with the right to participate in meetings of the Joint Control Commission and the working groups.
As for the issue of conditions for work of the posts of the Joint Peacekeeping Forces, placed nearby the Vadul lui Voda settlement, the OSCE Mission in Moldova informed JCC about the willingness to nominate an expert who will provide needed assistance to the Joint Military Command for the implementation of the actions planned. The Commission took no final decision to this effect; yet, it will continue monitoring the works at these posts, which are to be carried out till late 2021.
Photo: Reintegration Policies Bureau