Moldova announced Rogozin persona non grata
CHISINAU, 2 Jun — RIA Novosti. The government of Moldova at the meeting on Wednesday decided to declare persona non grata Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
According to Galbur, Rogozin recently made several statements, which “are denigrating, offensive and hostile character”. He cited the example of an interview that Deputy Prime Minister gave channel Rossiya24, which allegedly “allowed offensive” words to the citizens and authorities of Moldova.
“These statements are contrary to the nature of the relationship that is trying to build Moldova with the Russian Federation”, — the Minister added. Prime Minister of Moldova Pavel Filip also said that “Rogozin made a Declaration of unacceptable.”
Earlier Rogozin has accused the leader of the ruling party of Moldova, Vladimir Plahotniuc in the disruption of his visit to Chisinau and Tiraspol.
“His goal was to push us to Romania, so did, as is usually done dealers — proxy”, — said Deputy Prime Minister. Rogozin stressed that disrupt his talks with President Igor Dodon, Chisinau lost hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Romanian authorities on 28 July under the pretext of finding a “sanctioned person” on Board was not given to cross the country’s airspace the plane S7, which from Moscow to Chisinau flying 165 passengers. The plane on which the Russian delegation headed by Rogozin went to Moldova, was forced to go to a reserve airfield in Minsk.
Rogozin himself has stated that the route of his flight was fully coordinated with the Moldovan authorities, calling the situation a “wild and provocative”.