Russia's president Dmitri Medvedev estimated on Monday that the Transniester conflict has every chance of being regulated, after a meeting with his Moldovan counterpart, Vladimir Voronin. At his turn, Voronin promised that he would keep the conflict under control.
Medvedev added that the recent crisis in South Ossetia proved how dangerous frozen conflicts can become and underlined that Georgian leaders behaved in a subjective manner. The two heads of state met at Sochi for the second time now after the informal meeting of the Community of Independent States.
The main issues on the agenda were the bilateral collaboration and the Transniester conflict, Itar-tass informs.