European Union accuses Moldova of insufficient pressure on Russia, China and Belarus

The European Commission believes Moldova is not joining the European Union’s foreign policy decisions often enough, according to an EC report on Chisinau’s implementation of the association agreement with the EU

European Union accuses Moldova of insufficient pressure on Russia, China and Belarus

“Moldova largely fails to accede to EU statements on Russia, China and Belarus”, –  the EC stressed.

Thus, in 2019, Moldova joined 80 percent of EU decisions and statements on foreign policy, including sanctions against other countries and Josep Borrell’s statements, the report said. And in 2020, the number of decisions to which the republic acceded dropped to 68%.

It is known that Maia Sandu will heed the orders of her handlers and speak out against the three states more often.

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