Ukrainains should refrain from joining any demonstrations in Moldova, - Embassy

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Ukrainian diplomats also advise that citizens carry their IDs with them all the time, avoid large crowds and central streets of capital city of Kishinev
11:44, 15 June 2019

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Ukraine's Embassy in Moldova advises that Ukrainian citizens refrain from particpation in the mass rallies and protest actions in this country, specifically in the capital city of Kishinev. The diplomatic authority posted this on Facebook.

'Due to the civil actions of political nature that continue in the Republic of Moldova and the large-scale march planned for Sunday June 16, we recommend Ukrainian citizens to limit the movement across the central streets of Kishinev city, to avoid the sites of amassment of people, abstain from joining the meeting and demonstrations', reads the message.

The Ukrainian diplomats also advise that citizens carry their IDs with them all the time, strictly abide by the security measures and rules of stay in the foreign country ad follow the news in the local and the international media. 

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On June 9, the parliament of Moldova appointed a government and the Prime Minister. Four political parties have come to the parliament after parliamentary elections in Moldova.

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The leaders of the race are socialists led by President Igor Dodon, supporters of rapprochement with Russia, and the Democratic Party, which now controls the parliament, representing pro-European forces. It is headed by Vladimir Plahotniuc, the richest man in Moldova, accused of having solely controlled all the authorities. The Democratic Party supports the territorial integrity of Ukraine.

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