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"I will work to cancel this agreement and find out whether the alliance members are ready to uphold and sign an agreement that would ensure Moldova's neutral status," Dodon said.
In late November 2016, Moldova's prime minister and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg signed an agreement on establishing a NATO Liaison Office in Chisinau. The document was later ratified by the country's parliament.
Igor Dodon slammed the agreement, saying he would "block any (NATO infiltration) attempts as well as prevent any dubious joint military exercises." However, the deal took effect prior to his inauguration as the president of the republic.
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