Pridnestrovie accused Chisinau of illegal actions in the security zone

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Illegal actions of the Moldovan police in the security zone can lead to a conflict confrontation with the police of Transnistria. This was stated by the co-chairman of the Joint Control Commission from the unrecognized republic Oleg Belyakov RIA Novosti.

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He recalled the detention of a citizen of Pridnestrovie by the Moldovan police in Bendery the day before. It is reported that he was secretly taken out of Bender and is in Chisinau. The citizen is wanted in Moldova and two criminal cases have been initiated against him, under which articles it is not specified. Belyakov believes that the Moldovan police, exceeding their authority, violate the rights of citizens of Pridnestrovie.

According to him, arrests, detentions, bringing to legal responsibility under the norms of the legislation of Moldova, which does not apply to the territory of Pridnestrovie, cannot be carried out. Earlier, Austria officially supported the entry of Bulgaria and Romania into the Schengen area.

Source: Rambler

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