‘Karabakh conflict needs immediate resolution’ – Moldovan Former PM Exclusive

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Read: 521     11:59     21 March 2018    

by Seymur Mammadov

‘Azerbaijan and Moldova enjoy very good prospects for further development of bilateral relations. We have always been friendly countries and maintained  good traditions’, said MP of the Republic of Moldova, the leader of the Socialists Party fraction of Moldova, former PM, Zinaida Grechanaya, in an exclusive interview to defence.az.


The former PM says today Azerbaijani investments have found a way to Moldova.

‘Upon the Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s instructions, some new social facilities are being built in Moldova, especially in the Autonomous Region of Gagauzia. It, in turn, demonstrates support towards Moldovan people and the Autonomy of Gagauzia. We have other projects and other ideas too.

Today it is obvious that there is a large-scale construction process going on in Gagauzia. Though a small region, it is thanks to this region that Moldova and Azerbaijan enjoy favorable and friendly ties’, noted Grechanaya.

Former PM also stressed that the implementation of these projects will contribute to the increase of trade turnover between our countries.

‘Last year our president Igor Dodon was on an official visit to Azerbaijan and also attended the 6th Global Baku Forum. I think that all these visits and meetings will give an additional impetus to the development of our reciprocal bonds’, emphasized Grechnaya.

Speaking about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, former PM said that it must be resolved peacefully.

‘These two peoples used to live together, had friendly and brotherly relations, as well as common families. The Karabakh conflict needs an immediate resolution because it is a bleeding wound. We also have our own problem – the Pridnestrovsk conflict, but this problem is not of great magnitude as the Karabakh one. The unity of our country is very important for us, as this issue has remained unsolved since 1992. For us this is painful too’, Grechanaya concluded.

Ereb Tinayev

Sabina Hasanova



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‘Karabakh conflict needs immediate resolution’ – Moldovan Former PM Exclusive

2018/03/1521620208.jpg
Read: 522     11:59     21 March 2018    

by Seymur Mammadov

‘Azerbaijan and Moldova enjoy very good prospects for further development of bilateral relations. We have always been friendly countries and maintained  good traditions’, said MP of the Republic of Moldova, the leader of the Socialists Party fraction of Moldova, former PM, Zinaida Grechanaya, in an exclusive interview to defence.az.


The former PM says today Azerbaijani investments have found a way to Moldova.

‘Upon the Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s instructions, some new social facilities are being built in Moldova, especially in the Autonomous Region of Gagauzia. It, in turn, demonstrates support towards Moldovan people and the Autonomy of Gagauzia. We have other projects and other ideas too.

Today it is obvious that there is a large-scale construction process going on in Gagauzia. Though a small region, it is thanks to this region that Moldova and Azerbaijan enjoy favorable and friendly ties’, noted Grechanaya.

Former PM also stressed that the implementation of these projects will contribute to the increase of trade turnover between our countries.

‘Last year our president Igor Dodon was on an official visit to Azerbaijan and also attended the 6th Global Baku Forum. I think that all these visits and meetings will give an additional impetus to the development of our reciprocal bonds’, emphasized Grechnaya.

Speaking about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, former PM said that it must be resolved peacefully.

‘These two peoples used to live together, had friendly and brotherly relations, as well as common families. The Karabakh conflict needs an immediate resolution because it is a bleeding wound. We also have our own problem – the Pridnestrovsk conflict, but this problem is not of great magnitude as the Karabakh one. The unity of our country is very important for us, as this issue has remained unsolved since 1992. For us this is painful too’, Grechanaya concluded.

Ereb Tinayev

Sabina Hasanova



Tags: Moldova   Nagorno-Karabakh   exclusive