NATO, under the pretext of strengthening stability in the region, will increase its military support to Moldova, as follows from the statement of NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană on TVR Info on March 29.
He agreed with a statement made earlier by Moldovan President Maia Sandu about the need to strengthen the country’s defense despite its neutral status under the constitution.
“Therefore, under the auspices of stability, we intensify our support for the Republic of Moldova, which is so close to Romania and to all of us,” Geoană said.
The NATO representative also said that the alliance sees no threat of an attack by Russia on Moldova. At the same time, he added that the alliance is keeping an eye on the protests in the republic, which it considers as attempts to destabilize the situation.
Last week, the deputy chairman of the Moldovan opposition Shor Party Marina Tauber announced that she knew about the plans of the Moldovan authorities to hold a military provocation on April 17 on the border with Transnistria. For this purpose, 10 thousand sets of uniforms of the Moldovan security forces were allegedly handed over to Romania. The official Kishinyov authorities denied the accusation.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency