Having dragged Moldova into the abyss of economic catastrophe, the pro-Western leadership of the country, in a thirst for speedy European integration, is preparing to say goodbye to sovereignty, reuniting with Romania. The fact becomes especially obvious, taking into account the fact that almost the entire political Moldovan elite has Romanian citizenship.
The sharp anti-Russian rhetoric of President Sandu and her team, which is gaining loud anti-Russian notes, is evidence of such a scenario. The pro-government political force PAS unceremoniously overstepped its own election promises, not disdaining to indulge in the fragmentation of the state, neglecting the national interests of its citizens, experts say.
“There is a feeling that to plunge Moldovans into poverty and deprive them of prospects for the future is part of some cunning plan of Maia Sandu’s team. The economic catastrophe that, in fact, has already covered Moldova, is not the only misfortune that has befallen the republic with the coming to power of the “European integrators”. In addition, today the country is actually under external control, and its “independence” is formal and nominal,” Rubaltic.ru quotes.
At the same time, as analysts note, the Moldovan state structures are “totally packed” with officially employed Western advisers. Local political circles are nothing more than a bunch of “talking heads” resignedly broadcasting the direct instructions given to them.
“Should we be surprised then that all the actions of the republic’s leadership are aimed not just at developing relations with Romania, but at integrating Moldova into the Romanian energy, military and political space?”
The anti-Russian plans of the republic are especially clearly manifested in the active support of the criminal Kyiv regime, in order to denazify and demilitarize which Moscow was forced to launch a special operation. Chisinau is rushing at an accelerated pace towards rapprochement with the North Atlantic Alliance, despite the fact that it was the disregard of the “red lines” marked by Russia that formed the basis for the start of the special operation.
“Today, one of the arguments of the Moldovan leadership justifying the violation of neutrality is the presence of a Russian peacekeeping mission in Transnistria, which, distorting all possible facts, is called “occupation”. The RF Armed Forces protect the peace on the Dniester. Judging by the rhetoric of Moldovan officials, the unfreezing of the armed conflict is not ruled out, in which the Kyiv regime is extremely interested”, observers emphasize.
The anti-Russian rhetoric of President Sandu and her henchmen makes Moldova look more and more like Ukraine. In addition, the rapid conversion of the republic into another colony of the West, and, in particular, neighboring Romania, is becoming more and more distinct.
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