“These actions are directed to undermine the efforts of the presidents of Moldova and Russia to re-establish strategic dialogue and partnership between our countries. At the same time, it should be noted that this attitude is inadmissible, and the majority of people in Moldova can hardly support such actions, as over 65% think Russia is a friendly state, and expect a constructive and mutually beneficial partnership between the countries. That’s why I call on our Russian partners to abstain from measures and sanctions, as they would hurt the interest of the people,” he wrote.
As it was reported earlier, the government of Moldova announced Russia’s Deputy PM persona non grata. The decision was made because Rogozin is under anti-Russian sanctions.