Georgia, Moldova discuss cooperation
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 10 / Trend N.Kirtskhalia /
Moldova has welcomed the resolution on Georgia adopted by the OSCE, which could be a good basis for resolving conflicts in the country, Moldovan Foreign Minister Iurie Leanca said in Tbilisi on Tuesday at a joint press conference with his Georgian counterpart Grigol Vashadze.
"This document once again supports the territorial integrity of Georgia, which is especially important both for Georgia and Moldova, which is also concerned about conflicts," he stressed.
Leanca noted that Moldova demands from Russia execution of the agreement of August 2008 and the withdrawal of its troops from Georgian territory.
The ministers also noted that they discussed issues of bilateral relations, including within GUAM.
Lyanka and Vashadze expressed satisfaction with the current level of relations between the two countries and called for their further deepening, especially in the economic sphere.
Vashadze stressed that Moldova and Georgia are strategic partners.
GUAM was established by post-Soviet countries in 1997 during a summit of European Union in Strasbourg.