16 July 2019

Dodon: Moldova will have good relations with Russia

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Moldova’s President Igor Dodon said on Sunday he is sure his country’s new government will have good relations with Russia. reports citing TASS.

"In the past 2.5-3 years, Moldova’s government has practically blocked all contacts with Russia and we have had relations only at the level of presidents. I am sure we will have very good relations with Russia under the new government," he said in an interview with the Vesti Nedeli with Dmitry Kiselev weekly news roundup on the Rossiya-1 television channel.

Earlier, Dodon noted that Moldova’s relations with Russia would largely depend on who heads his country’s government.

The political crisis in Moldova is about to be settled after the Democratic Party that had controlled the country’s government said on June 14 it was going into opposition. Its supporters unblocked entrances to the governmental buildings. The new government of Maia Sandu gathered for its first meeting on Saturday.

2019.06.16 / 21:36
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