The President of Moldova has asked Russia not to impose sanctions because of the situation with Rogozin
According to Dodon, sanctions hurt ordinary citizens who are not to blame.
Moscow. 5 Aug. INTERFAX.RU — the President of Moldova Igor Dodon turns to Moscow with a request to respond with sanctions on the decision of the Moldovan government to declare persona non grata, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
“I asked our Russian partners to refrain from measures and sanctions that will affect and will hit the interests of ordinary citizens and economic agents,” wrote an announcement on Saturday on Facebook after meeting in Tehran with Rogozin.
From possible trade and migration sanctions will not suffer the Ministers and MPs of the ruling group, and ordinary Moldovan citizens who are in no way to blame.Igor Downpression Moldova
According to him, the decision of the Moldovan government to declare Rogozin persona non grata in Moldova, aimed at “undermining the efforts of the presidents of Moldova and Russia for the return of the strategic dialogue and partnership between our countries.”
This week Moldova announced Rogozin persona non grata on its territory. The corresponding decree was adopted at the government meeting According to the decision, Russian Deputy Prime Minister denied entry to Moldova and transit through its territory.
The Moldovan foreign Ministry, in particular, was outraged by an interview with Rogozin, the TV channel “Russia-24” (VGTRK), “in which he made a number of insulting remarks about Moldova and its citizens”.