Will Moscow interfere in Moldova’s internal political affairs? Lavrov dissatisfied with 1+1 negotiation process

Moscow intends to continue to interfere in Moldova’s internal political affairs. This was made clear by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov during his speech at the “government hour” in the State Duma.

Speaking about the Transnistrian region, the Russian official expressed dissatisfaction with the current “1+1” negotiation process and said that “Russia will do everything possible to resume the “5+2″ format”.

Sergey Lavrov called the frozen and “failed” project, according to some experts, one of the victims of official Chisinau’s anti-Russian policy and blamed Western countries for it.

“The process of Transnistrian settlement by the 5+2″ group, where Russia is both guarantor and mediator, is frozen. The West does not want to convene it, understanding that Mrs Maia Sandu will do whatever she is told, and it is possible to try to solve the problem without the Russian Federation, and indeed without any internationally recognised mechanisms. We will do everything to reverse this trend and resume the political process,” said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.


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