Regular Round of Negotiations in the Format of the Permanent Conference to Take Place in Dublin

Regular Round of Negotiations in the Format of the Permanent Conference to Take Place in Dublin

On November 28-30, 2012, Dublin will see a regular round of negotiations in the format of the Permanent Conference. It is the final round to be carried out under auspices of the Irish OSCE Chairmanship.

The meeting will discuss socio-economic issues. In particular, agenda includes issues relating to cooperation of the sides in the banking sphere, problems of foreign economic activity of the Pridnestrovian enterprises, relations in the sphere of telecommunications and utilization of radio frequency spectrum.

 It is expected that the sides will continue consideration of free movement of people. This block contains, in particular, issues of transfer of permissive documents to the Pridnestrovian side allowing international cargo and passenger road transportation, opening of movement along the bridge on the Dniester near villages Bychok and Gura-Bykului and resumption of the full-scale passenger railway communication via territory of Pridnestrovie. 

Other topical issues of bilateral relations will be touched upon as well.

Results of Dublin round of negotiations of the Permanent Conference will be known on Friday, November 30. It is expected that participants of the consultations will hold joint on-line briefing for mass media during which they will tell about results of the meeting and give answers to the journalists' questions.

Let us remind that in the course of the recent meeting of political representatives of Pridnestrovie and Moldova Nina Shtanski and Yevgeny Karpov, which took place on November 14 in Tiraspol, the Pridnestrovian side handed over the Package Proposal to its partners in the talks.  Pridnestrovian initiative is aimed at creating special space of trust between the sides based on joint solution of a range of socio-economic problems. The Pridnestrovian side expects to get Moldova's official response to its proposals in Dublin.