TASS: Moldovan president vows to close NATO’s Chisinau office if it opens in April as planned17 February 2017 | 15:26 | FOCUS News Agency
"The agreement (on establishing a NATO Liaison Office in Chisinau) was signed and approved by the parliament," Dodon said. "According to the law, NATO is eligible to open its office, but I have warned them that if they rush and open it this year, then we will close it down next year, after the parliamentary elections."
Dodon added that "Moldova is a neutral state" "which has no need for either NATO offices or the OSCE’s (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) offices."
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