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ПЕРЕГОВОРНЫЙ ПРОЦЕСС В 2018 ГОДУ: ПРОГРЕСС В ДЕТАЛЯХ И ПОЛНАЯ НЕОПРЕДЕЛЕННОСТЬ В ГЛАВНОМ ВОПРОСЕ
NEGOTIATION PROCESS IN 2018: PROGRESS IN DETAILS AND COMPLETE UNCERTAINTY IN THE MAIN QUESTION

Author(s): Zurab Todua
Subject(s): International Law, Government/Political systems, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: Editura Universitatii LUCIAN BLAGA din Sibiu
Keywords: Transnistria; conflict; negotiation process; success in private matters; a new conflict resolution plan;

Summary/Abstract: As we know, this process has last for middle 90’s of XX century. Many political scientists did their best to understand all tips of Transnistria, but it’s still ‘open’ and disputable, because of lack of information.In 2018, after a long break, in the negotiation process on the Transnistrian settlement, the parties managed to achieve some progress. An agreement was established on the recognition of university diplomas issued in Transnistria; on cooperation in the field of telecommunications; about neutral car rooms; resolved controversies around schools that are under the jurisdiction of Chisinau. These agreements should seriously simplify the daily life of people living on both banks of the Dniester and create prerequisites for their further convergence.At the same time, noting the progress in the negotiations, it should be noted that there is no progress on the main issue - the achievement of a comprehensive settlement of the conflict.Moreover, today there is no settlement plan.This means that the main topic of negotiations is still frozen. And, it seems, this circumstance, to a greater or lesser extent, suits everyone.Perhaps the time has come when it is time to start developing a new settlement plan.Without such a plan, minor and private issues can be discussed and considered endlessly.

  • Issue Year: II/2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 122-130
  • Page Count: 9
  • Language: Russian