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MOSCOW, July 1. /TASS/. The nature of relations between Russia and Moldova will depend on how Chisinau position on the Russian peacekeepers changes, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said at the Government Hour of questions and answers in the State Duma lower house of parliament on Wednesday.
"I’ve met the other day with Moldovan Acting Prime Minister Victor Osipov and we plainly told him that our economic and trade relations with Moldova would largely depend on changes in their position on the Russian peacekeepers, the rotation of our military group stationed in the Trans-Dniester region for ensuring safety of armament depots," the deputy prime minister said. According to him, the main problem is that "there’s nobody to talk to" in Chisinau, because authorities in Moldova have been constantly changing.
"I hope that we will be able to settle a number of issues by the autumn," Rogozin said.