Moldovan Police Department Supports the ODIHR Mission for the Upcoming Presidential Elections

Moldovan Police Department Supports the ODIHR Mission for the Upcoming Presidential Elections
30 September 2020 | 16:03

The General Inspectorate of Police (GIP), Moldova announced in a press release that the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) had opened an Election Observation Mission, which will ensure the stable running of the presidential elections in Moldova.

According to the briefing note, the Deputy Chief of the General Inspectorate of Police, Marin Maxian, had a meeting with the security expert of the Election Observation Mission, Valeriu Mija. The two leaders had planned an efficient coordination mechanism for the activities scheduled regarding this year’s Moldovan presidential elections.

“In this context, the General Inspectorate of Police has expressed its openness to provide the necessary support to permanent observers, but also to those of high rank and temporary status in the OSCE/ODIHR Election Observation Mission, who will monitor the electoral process on the territory of the whole country,” mentions the briefing note.

(GIP) representatives state that the responsible persons within the National Police will respond promptly in crises to any question to ensure the observers’ safety and security within the Mission.

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