Kosachev praised the inter-parliamentary dialogue with Moldova

In Russia interested in expansion of inter-parliamentary cooperation with Moldova, although the dialogue is going through difficult times, said the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev on Monday at a meeting with Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic Andrei Neguta.

Kosachev recalled that in 2008 ceased to operate Russian-Moldovan inter-parliamentary Commission, which aims to develop cooperation between the two countries. "However, the Federation Council members continue to contact colleagues," he said. Information about the meeting is posted on the website of the TV channel of the Federation Council "Together-RF".

"We are certainly interested to fully intensified Interparliamentary dialogue between the two countries. Of course, this dialogue has experienced and is still experiencing difficult times given the fact that in the Parliament have different points of view on the development of parliamentary cooperation with Russia. We actively cooperate with those political forces, first of all, call a party and a faction of socialists who advocate that this cooperation has been most active," - said the MP.

In turn negutsa told that in Moldova followed the preparations for the adoption of amendments to the Russian Constitution, and noted their importance. "Try to learn what is possible in terms of Moldova's political system, for us it is important, too. We are also discussing what would need to change in our Constitution," said the Ambassador.

Also negutsa told about how preparations in the Republic for the presidential elections.

Presidential elections of Moldova planned in the Republic on 1 November. Incumbent President Igor Dodon has not yet made a decision on whether he will run for a second term.