According to him, the republic is part of about 330 CIS agreements, many of which need to be revised. Some no longer work, are not used or are of no use to the good of Moldova.
Popescu explained that Moldova intends to join the EU, in this sense, all foreign policy goals and participation in international organizations will be subordinated to European integration.
The minister also said that many agreements signed during the republic’s stay in the CIS are currently being analyzed. This list will be published. Only through the Ministry of the Interior is it planned to withdraw from about 20 agreements.
Earlier, the speaker of the Moldovan parliament, Igor Grosu, said that the decision on Moldova’s participation in the CIS will be taken after the end of the conflict in Ukraine.
For his part, former President Igor Dodon believes that Moldova will not survive without cooperation with Russia and the CIS. He pointed out that the authorities, headed by President Maia Sandu, want to change the vector of politics. However, the refusal to interact with Russia led to higher prices and a crisis in the economy.