Joint Control Commission considers problems, challenges from perimeter of Security Zone
16:27 | 01.12.2022 Category: Official
Chisinau, 1 December /MOLDPRES/ - The Joint Military Command unveiled its report, which shows the situation in the Security Zone for the period 23-29 November 2022, at a today’s weekly meeting of the Joint Control Commission (JCC), held in Bender, the Reintegration Policies Bureau has reported.
As for the abusive maintenance of the posts of the Transnistrian power wielding structures, the sides resumed discussions on the taking of a clear-cut decision on the issue.
Moldova’s delegation formulated conclusive proposals for the draft decision, which is to ensure the withdrawal of all illegal posts and the armed staff abusively set in the area of responsibility of the Joint Peacekeeping Forces.
The participants in the meeting tackled the distribution of obviously false information in the media from the left bank of Dniester on an alleged ‘’kidnapping’’ of a citizen in the Bender municipality, which would have been brought for discussion at the previous meeting of the Joint Control Commission. Moldova’s delegation disclosed the propagandistic and misinformation intentions of Tiraspol’s representatives, which are aimed at distracting the attention from the settlement of the pressing problems from the Security Zone. An addressing signed by the members of the Moldovan delegation reads that the actions of the policemen deployed in Bender were carried out in accordance with Moldova’s legislation and without the violation of the principles established in the ceasefire agreement from 21 July 1992.
A new meeting of JCC is scheduled for 8 December.