According to the diplomat, experience shows that the deployment of NATO contingents in the territory of a certain country or the pumping of Western weapons does not add sovereignty and security, but rather brings disaster closer.
“Ukraine’s sad experience from the Moldovan land, I think, is seen very clearly,” Galuzin said.
The deputy minister noted that the intensification of cooperation between Chisinau and NATO countries in the military and military-technical spheres is a factor that further undermines the security of Moldova itself.
Earlier, Moldovan Foreign Minister Nicu Popescu said Chisinau believes the country should continue to develop cooperation with NATO, despite the republic’s neutral status. “We are interested in strengthening our resilience, including with the assistance of NATO,” Popescu wrote on his Telegram channel.