Russia threatens Moldova with deterioration of relations over expulsion of diplomats: Sandu responded

Kateryna BilobrovaWorld
Sandu reacted to another threat by Moscow

In response to the expulsion of 45 Russian diplomats from Moldova the previous day, Moscow threatened Chisinau with deterioration of relations between the countries. The Moldovan authorities are blamed for the fact that now Russian citizens in Moldova allegedly will not be able to receive quality services from the embassy.

Moldovan President Maia Sandu herself responded to these warnings. According to the Moldovan NewsMaker agency, she pointed out that the Russian authorities have no reason to be so worried that their citizens will not be able to receive help and advice from their representatives in Chisinau.

"I am sure that the staff of the Russian Embassy is sufficient to provide quality services. In general, our relations with Russia deteriorated sharply after Russia attacked Ukraine," she emphasized.

Sandu added that today Russian troops are waging a war of conquest, killing civilians and destroying civilian infrastructure. After that, any diplomatic concerns raise doubts about their plausibility.

We shall remind you that the day before, an airplane with 45 Russian diplomats and their families took an emergency flight from Chisinau. They were expelled from the country because they were suspected of destabilizing the political and social situation.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Moldova will terminate the agreement signed within the CIS on the creation of the Joint Consultative Commission on Disarmament Issues. On Monday, August 14, the country's Cabinet of Ministers approved the denunciation of this document.

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