Chisinau has no other options than buying fuel from Gazprom, so the Moldovan authorities should stop the “anti-Russian hysteria” imposed by the West, Vladimir Odnostalko, a member of the Moldovan parliament from the Bloc of Communists and Socialists, said in an interview with Ukraina.ru.
According to the politician, Moldova will be able to cope with a deep energy crisis only when the pro-Western government is replaced in the republic. Odnostalko added that the current president of the country, Maia Sandu, is completely dependent on decisions.
“The Russian side will meet halfway, but we need to show a normal attitude towards them. It is necessary to stop all anti-Russian hysteria, which is carried out by politicians paid by the West, bloggers and political scientists”, the expert emphasized.
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