President Maia Sandu said on Wednesday that the government in Chisinau would no longer humiliate itself in front of the Kremlin, as in the past, but defend the interests of the citizens of the Republic of Moldova and tell the truth, adding that the Republic of Moldova would no longer allow itself to be “humiliated” by Russia, but would speak openly about Moscow’s pressure on Chisinau. The website said. NewsMaker.md.
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“Moscow continues to show disrespect to the citizens of the Republic of Moldova, but the Chisinau government, which represents the citizens of the Republic of Moldova, no longer humiliates itself in front of the Kremlin, as it happened in the past, but defends the interests and interests of citizens. When we see disrespect from Moscow, we are talking about attempts to destabilize the situation in the Republic of Moldova. Looking at it,We has said it loud and clear, we have not hidden the details like other governments have done.hasists has spoken about this at the “Points of Reflection” in Vosia Besarabi when we said that it is not a country that allows itself to be ridiculed.
The head of state says that the Republic of Moldova has become more resilient, thanks to the support provided by development partners – support, including nearly 50 European leaders, during the first-ever summit in Chisinau on June 1. , including Presidents and Prime Ministers from across the European continent and the EU leadership.
“Today we are very flexible, first of all, a few months ago we were not dependent on Russia, but because we have more friends, more attention is paid to the Republic of Moldova. , which we saw at the summit,” declared Mia Sandu.
Mia Sandhu accuses Russia of “disrespect” / Zakharova of “lying”
NewsMaker.md recalls that President Maia Sandu recently said during a television program that relations between the Republic of Moldova and the Russian Federation, despite the efforts of the Chisinau government, are not based on respect. The head of state said that illegal troops stationed in the separatist Transnistrian region, political sanctions and Moscow’s continuous interference in Chisinau’s internal affairs are proof of this fact.
President Mia Sandhu’s statements were rejected by Moscow. Maria Zakharova, spokeswoman for the Russian MFA, characterized the statements as false, saying that Russia “always” values the Republic of Moldova and its people.
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