Moldovans ‘condemn Russian aggression against Ukraine,’ says Sandu
Maia Sandu (Photo:REUTERS/Vladislav Culiomza/File Photo)
Moldova has been completely on the Ukrainian side and condemns the Russian invasion from the very beginning, the President of Moldova Maia Sandu said on March 17.
"Moldovans have never sided with murders, and never will,” Sandu said on Moldova-1 TV channel.
“We have condemned Russian aggression against Ukraine from the first days of the war.”
The president added that Russia is trying to interfere with Moldovan internal politics.
"We have clear evidence that they want to overthrow the democratically elected by Moldavians government in Chisinau,” Sandu said.
“We went out and spoke out openly to let people know who our friends are and who our enemies are," Moldovan news site News Maker quoted Sandu as saying.
Earlier, Sandu said that Russia would not be a threat to her country as long as Ukraine was repelling the invading force.
The Moldovan parliament officially condemned Russian aggression against Ukraine on March 2.
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