EU to Moldovan Political Parties: Start Talking
According to a segment published by the Xingua News Agency in China, the EU has suggested to the political parties involved in the Moldovan Crisis to dialogue. The suggestion was made by Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolonek during his visit to Moldova.
Mr. Topolonek also stressed the importance of Moldova being in the European fold and that any attempts to block it "would be regrettable". He also met with members of the opposition. Another topic was the need to "improve relations between Romania and Moldova".
The President of Moldova Vladmir Voronin of the PCM [Moldovan Communist Party] welcomed the visit and thanked the EU as well as Mr. Topolonek. Mr. Voronin also stated that he welcomed the proposals by the EU.
According to Radio Romania International [in previous Now Public articles], Romania has decided that it will "dialogue with the Moldovan People".
The underwriter still has pending some invitations to the parties involved for an interview to discuss the Moldovan Situation. At the present time, the PL [Liberal Party] has responded but did not make any commitments. There will be more information when and if there is an interview.