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Deputy Prime Minister Eugen Crapov said Wednesday the number of Russian peacekeepers will also be reduced from seven to four at the checkpoint in Trans-Dniester where the man was shot on Jan. 1.

Crapov says a joint decision was made by the 1,500-member peacekeeping force, of which 500 are Russian, with the rest from Moldova and Trans-Dniester.

Trans-Dniester broke away in 1990 over fears that Moldova planned to reunite with Romania.

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