Moscow expects that the new Moldovan government will improve the political situation in the country, Russian Presidential Envoy for Trade and Economic Ties with Moldova, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak told reporters on Saturday.
“We are certainly satisfied that reason has prevailed over the reckless approach of the former regime,” he said. “I hope that the newly formed parliamentary coalition and Moldova’s new government will have enough political wisdom and prudence to continue the dismantling of the criminal regime and improve the political situation in the country,” Kozak added.
“It will make it possible to resolve political differences through transparent and reliable political institutions based on the true will of the people,” the Russian envoy noted.
Kozak pointed out that Russia, the United States and the European Union had managed to take a common stance aimed at supporting democratic processes in Moldova.