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Nobody in Moldova will take risk of recognizing Crimea as part of Russia now — president

January 17, 2017, 17:56 UTC+3

Moldova’s President Igor Dodon voiced hope that in the near future "Russian-Ukrainian relations will resume as friendly and brotherly ones"

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Moldova’s President Igor Dodon

Moldova’s President Igor Dodon

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MOSCOW, January 17. /TASS/. Moldova should maintain friendly relations with Ukraine, so nobody today will take the risk of recognizing Crimea as Russian territory now, Moldova’s President Igor Dodon told a TASS news conference in Moscow on Tuesday.

"I have not changed my stance (on Crimea), and I will not. But one has to be aware that we are to build friendly relations with Ukraine. As for the official recognition of certain things … I believe that nobody in Moldova will take such a risk today," Dodon said.

He voiced the hope that "in the near future, at some stage Russian-Ukrainian relations will resume as friendly and brotherly ones."

"It will be good for all," Dodon added.

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