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Moldova announces Russia’s Deputy PM persona non grata
16:01, 2 August 2017
Moldova announces Russia’s Deputy PM persona non grata

Dmitry Rogozin was banned from crossing Moldova’s borders

16:01, 2 August 2017

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Moldova announced Deputy prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Rogozin persona non grata and barred him from crossing Moldova’s borders, as RIA News report.

“I suggest making Russia’s Deputy PM Dmitry Rogozin a persona non grata and ban him from entering our country’s territory,” Moldova’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrey Galbur said in a Cabinet meeting.

Related: Moldovan Parliament demands from Russia to withdraw troops

Most of the ministers supported this decision.

Rogozin was prohibited the entrance to the country and transit through its territory, as the Moldova’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration press service informed.

It is noted that earlier Rogozin accused the head of the ruling party, Vladymyr Plahtoniuk, of jeopardizing his visit to Chișinău and Tiraspol.

“His aim was to create a confrontation between us and Romania, that’s why it was done, as the doers usually do – with someone else’s hands,” Rogozin said.

He emphasized, that by disrupting his negotiations with president Igor Dodon, Chișinău lost thousands millions of dollars.

As it was reported earlier, Romania did not let a plane with Russian vice prime minister on board enter Moldova's territory. The desicion was made because Rogozin is under anti-Russian sanctions. 

Related: Moldovan government requires replacement of Russian peacekeepers with international observers

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