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TIRASPOL, March 23. /TASS/. Moldovan President Igor Dodon and Transnistrian leader Vadim Krasnoselsky plan to hold a working meeting in Moldova’s capital of Chisinau on March 30.
"I have received an invitation to meet with Igor Dodon on the outskirts of Chisinau on March 30," Krasnoselsky told reporters adding that he had accepted the invitation. He also emphasized "the need to continue the negotiating process to solve all issues at the negotiating table."
The first meeting of the new leaders of Moldova and Transnistria took place in the Transnistrian city of Bendery on January 4. "I believe that the first meeting was useful," Krasnoselsky said. "We discussed specific steps that need to be taken to normalize relations."
Meanwhile, Vasily Shova, Moldovan presidential adviser for settling the Transnistrian issue, told TASS that the two leaders had agreed to hold a meeting but the date could be changed.