Moldova’s president has made some astounding accusations directed at Moscow, alleging that a moment the tiny nation is at its most vulnerable due to an energy supply crisis and nearby war, Russia is seeking to overthrow her government.
President Maia Sandu spoke days after pro-EU prime minister Natalia Gavrilita resigned under intense pressure, and following Friday’s Russian missile breach of Moldovan airspace after it was launched from a Black Sea warship toward Ukraine. All this comes at a moment that Europe’s poorest country is already enduring “multiple crises”.
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