The Moldovan authorities see no signs that would indicate a Russian military threat. This was announced on Monday, May 2, by the press officer of the Ministry of Defense of the country, Alla Diaconu.
how she commented on the publication of the British edition of The Times, which refers to the allegedly planned “attack” of Russia on Moldova.
As the representative of the department emphasized, all Moldovan state institutions have been working on high alert since the beginning of the Russian special operation and are closely monitoring the situation.
“At the moment, there are no signs that Moldova is in danger,” she said in a comment to TV8.
Diaconu noted that not only the authorities of Moldova, but also foreign partners of the country adhere to the same position.
Earlier, on April 27, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about the anti-Russian policy of Western countries. In his opinion, the West is pursuing a policy of containing Russia, because it believes that such a large and independent country is a danger to them simply by the fact of its existence. At the same time, as the head of state pointed out, the “enemies” of Russia, who have relied on Russophobia, themselves pose a danger to the whole world.
Putin also expressed confidence that all the tasks of the special operation to protect civilians in Donbass would be fulfilled.
Russia launched the operation to protect Donbass on February 24. The tasks of the special operation include the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, the implementation of which is necessary to ensure the security of Russia. The decision was made against the background of aggravation in the region as a result of shelling by the Ukrainian military.