The President of the Parliament, Igor Grosu, states that the statements of the Bashkan of Gagauzia, who said that “arming Moldova would mean heating up the frozen conflict in Transnistria” are speculations fueled by Russia.
“It is the exponents of the Russian Federation who try to speculate, try to capitalize, yes, even capitalize on the misfortune of Ukrainians, because when you ask them in public what is your opinion about what is happening in Ukraine, give an assessment, say what is there, we say it’s a war, and they say it’s aggression”, declared the head of the legislature.
He also mentions that they are the exponents of the Kremlin, who have been fed ideologically, financially, and logistically for 30 years.
“And now he continues to promote the agenda of the Russian Federation. Their hypocrisy is so great that when yes, you saw, it was about some armored units that were supplied to the National Army and a word, even this person you mentioned, a word I did not hear about the Russian army which is illegally on the territory of the Republic of Moldova, I haven’t heard a word about the ammunition depot in Cobasna, which represents an enormous danger, it is the largest in Europe, with ammunition during, I have the impression, the Second World War, a part will have to be used on-site, it can no longer be transported,” he adds.
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When a foreign army is on your territory, when there are munitions, which present a direct danger to the security of the Republic of Moldova, here we do not see a political, civic attitude and position of these exponents, Igor Grosu also declared.
“It is the exponents of the Russian Federation who try to speculate, try to capitalize, yes, even capitalize on the misfortune of Ukrainians, because when you ask them in public what is your opinion about what is happening in Ukraine, give an assessment, say what is there, we say it is a war, an invasion of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, what do you think? And this person, and the general mayor of the capital, a pretended Romanian and unionist, it took him eight months to finally say that it was aggression”, concludes Grosu.