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MOSCOW, June 06 /ITAR-TASS/. Discussions on the Transdniestrian settlement involving heads of working/expert groups from Moldova and Transdniestria will be continued during the conference on confidence-building measures review in the Transdniestrian settlement due to be held in Germany’s Freising on June 9-11, the Russian foreign ministry said on Friday after a regular round of Transdniestrian settlement talks in the 5+2 format.
“A regular round of Transdniestrian settlement talks in the 5+2 format was held in Vienna on June 5-6,” the ministry said. “The talks touched upon issues of the freedom of movement of people, services and capital in the region, the economic situation in Transdniestria and possible steps to improve it, and the situation around Transdniestrian schools offering Moldovan language classes in Latin alphabet.”
“Discussions on these subjects will be continued with participation of heads of working/expert groups from Moldova and Transdniestria during the conference on confidence-building measures review in the Transdniestrian settlement due to be held in Freising, Germany, on June 9-11,” the ministry said. “The date of the next round will be appointed after the conference.