NATO concerned over political crisis in Moldova, EU calls for dialogue

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European Union Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini reacts to Question on Iran Nuclear deal, during a news conference in Brussels, Belgium, 15 May 2018. This evening, High Representative is convening a meeting with the E3 Foreign Ministers (Heiko Maas, Foreign Minister of Germany, Jean-Yves Le Drian, Foreign Minister of France and Boris Johnson, Foreign Minister of the United Kingdom), followed by a meeting of the four with the Foreign Minister of Iran, Mohammad Javad Zarif.

NATO concerned over political crisis in Moldova, EU calls for dialogue


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NATO reaffirmed in a statement its continuing support to the Republic of Moldova in the reform of its defense and security institutions, after expressing its concerns on the political crisis.
“We call on all political forces in the country to exercise calm and restraint, and to resolve their differences through dialogue, in full respect of the rule of law”, is said in the statement.
“In light of the developments following the decisions taken yesterday by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova, the European Union strongly reiterates its call for calm and restraint. Dialogue between democratically elected representatives must remain the key to finding a solution to the current political crisis.”, is said in the statement by Commissioner Johannes Hahn and the chief of foreign affairs Federica Mogherini.

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