Moldova announced Rogozin persona non grata in response to the accusations against Plahotniuc

Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin

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MOSCOW, August 2. /TASS/. The scandal derailed the visit to Moldova, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin received Wednesday a new development.

The Deputy Prime Minister has called the organizers of the provocations of the leader of the ruling Democratic party of Moldova (DPM), Vladimir Plahotniuc, in response, the government of Moldova declared Russian policy “undesirable person” and banned him from entering the country.

“Everything was organized by plahotniuc”

Their suspicions in the address of Plahotniuc in connection with the failure of the visit to Chisinau and Tiraspol on 28 July, Rogozin said in an interview with Moldovan TV channel NTV: “We, naturally, do not want to give away any secrets, results of our investigation. It is. But I can now say that we have information that this provocation was Mr. plahotniuc. I didn’t do it. His goal was to push us to Romania, so did, as is usually done dealers, by proxy”.

Rogozin’s visit in Moldova on Friday was disrupted due to the failure of Romania to miss a scheduled flight with the Russian delegation. According to S7 airlines regular flight on the route Moscow – Chisinau was forbidden to enter the airspace of Romania service of air traffic under the pretext of being on Board a “sanctioned person”. The plane landed in Minsk, after which the Chairman of the Russian government went to Moscow regular flight “Aeroflot” from the capital of Belarus.