“The current Moldovan authorities, under the dictates of the West, have embarked on a course of abandoning the agreements reached earlier,” Galuzin said in an interview with the TASS news agency.
The diplomat pointed out that last year the situation in the region worsened. In his opinion, the cooling of contacts between Tiraspol and Chisinau can be stated. He added that Moldova does not express the desire to establish a dialogue on this issue.
The Moldovan authorities do not hide the fact that they are faced with the task of refusing to cooperate with Russia and the CIS countries. The current administration of President Maia Sandu is showing her pro-Western orientation by wanting to get out of the CIS. In particular, Chisinau began pausing its activities in key Union bodies last spring.
It is worth noting that membership in the organization currently provides Moldova with a number of advantages and benefits. If Chisinau makes a short-sighted decision to leave the Union, this will cause great economic damage to the country and aggravate the internal crisis. Furthermore, such a step would be a demonstration of a hostile position towards Russia.