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Moldova: welcome to Romania?

Where are the roots ... of Sandu's underestimation and Dodon's overestimation



On the eve of the presidential elections in Moldova, in which there will be a second round for Igor Dodon, the current president of the country, and Maia Sandu, something extraordinary happened, as you know. Voennoe Obozreniye (Will the Nazi stunt of the Romanian ambassador to Moldova go unpunished??).

What happened is absolutely not surprising and, fortunately, did not have any consequences. No tragic, no other, although, perhaps, only for now ... But if we take into account the same property, this is the official, almost annual, cliché of post-socialist Bucharest regarding Moldova and the still not united Romania.

Although, as many people in Bucharest today believe, it is not a single one, too, just yet. Meanwhile, in the USSR, for some reason, the opinion of the Romanian leader in 1948-1965 was not widely spread. Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej (1901-1965) on the real politics of Bucharest, for example, in 1940-1944.


Apparently, the Kremlin did not dare to "remind" socialist Romania about a lot. About the occupation policy of Bucharest in Moldova during the war years and the obsessive Romanization of Moldovans, about the military alliance of Romania with the Nazis until the fall of 1944, as well as about how many times the Red Army broke through the front precisely in the areas of Romanian responsibility.

However, Moscow avoided relying even on the opinion of the Romanian communist leader. In addition, most likely, Soviet ideologists were trying to forget that in 1945 they hurried Stalin so much with the award of the Order of Victory to King Mihai of Romania for a very "timely" transition to the side of the allies from the enemy camp.

It is noteworthy that the position of Gheorghiu-Dej already in the post-socialist period was indirectly confirmed by the Bucharest newspaper Revista 22:

... Starting from the revolutionaries of 1848 (in Austro-Hungarian Transylvania and in "Austrian" Hungary itself. - Ed.) To the fascist Marshal Ion Antonescu and the communist Nicolae Ceausescu - almost all the leaders of Romania were anti-Russian. Only two exceptions are known: G. Gheorghiu-Dej, and Ion Iliescu, who signed the Treaty of Friendship with Russia (2003), which at first made it difficult for Romania to join NATO.

Forget Transnistria


However, it is not so important for us in Russia to stick to Dodon, but we must not forget that Romania joined NATO already in 2004. Being one of the first among the countries of the former Warsaw Pact, it was surpassed only by the Czech Republic. And this, we note, did not cause a proper reaction from Moscow.

The same inexplicable domestic "fraternal" pragmatism in relation to the old but dubious ally worked. But the term of the agreement "On Friendship" itself with Russia expired in 2013. And this, of course, further stimulated the "Great Romanian" revanchism.

But in particular, Bucharest's sophisticated Russophobic anti-Sovietism intensified. Not to mention the increasingly unbridled Romanian attempts to expropriate the right-bank Moldavia, also former Soviet, by the way.


Let us recall that such tendencies began only in the 2010s - many years after the bloody confrontation in Transnistria. But, as you know, "Chisinau" Moldavia, like almost all other former Soviet republics, Moscow also actually threw into the arms of the West. Although accompanied by a timid, but regular manifestation by the Russian Foreign Ministry of “official concern” with those embraces ...

So what did G. Georgiu-Dej note on the above issues?

... Bucharest politicians initially hatched - back in the 19th century - plans to capture or subjugate all neighboring border regions. Considering that if even a tiny minority there speaks Romanian or a related dialect, this is enough for the implementation of such plans.

... After 1918, and especially during the Antonescu period, this policy was carried out very rigidly in practice. Examples of this are the occupation of Banat (northeastern Serbia. - Ed.), Most of the Bulgarian Dobrudja (Danube northeast of post-war Bulgaria. - Ed.) And, of course, the plans of "Greater Romania" up to the Dnieper and even outside of it. Bessarabia, in Bucharest, has always been considered a purely, allegedly, Romanian-speaking region. And powerless backwater, occupying it soon after the collapse of the Russian Empire. So they "thanked" Russia for saving the Russian troops in 1916-1917. half of Romania, including its Danube part, from the German-Austrian occupation.

... Soviet Moldavia is an absolute antipode to the backward, dying out, purely geographical Bessarabia of the Romanian period. And during the war years, she was plunged into deep poverty, being the gratuitous "breadwinner" of the German invaders and their Romanian convoy.

... If not for Stalin, Romania would never have returned to its structure Transylvania, occupied by Austria-Hungary and again torn away - with the help of Hitler in 1940 - by Horthy Hungary.

... The selfless help of the Russians and the policy of the Soviet leadership quickly transformed Moldova into an economically and socially developed republic. Many developing countries can envy its rates of economic development and social security. Moreover, there was and there is no "Russification" of Soviet Moldova, which former collaborators are trying to shout about - on the contrary, the Soviet leadership in every possible way encourages the development of Moldovan literature, science, and Moldavian art. Moreover, research is being conducted on cultural and artistic stories Moldova, and their results are published in Moscow, Leningrad, Kiev, Odessa, Chernivtsi. "


And forget the Thaw too


It is also characteristic that it was during the Gheorghiu-Deja period in Romania that "Great Romanian" nationalist allusions and, moreover, attacks on the separation of Moldova-Bessarabia and Romania were harshly suppressed. Therefore, at that time, Moscow did not attach serious ideological importance to the problem of the Romanian-Moldovan community.

As is clear from the book of G.E. Cojocaru, a famous Moldovan historian-Romanophile, "Thaw" N. Khrushchev and the problem of Bessarabia "(Chisinau, 2014), by the end of the 1950s. very close not only economic, but also cultural ties were established between Romania and the Moldavian SSR, and no one spoke about the threat of its Romanization in Bucharest, Chisinau and Moscow.

Therefore, for example, by the end of the period of the reign of Georgiu-Deja in the Moldavian SSR, there was also a fairly large subscription to Romanian printed publications - both special and mass. As for the assimilationist Romanian policy in Moldavia-Bessarabia, let us also turn to the Moldavian-Romanian two-volume study (1964-1973), that is, “Culture of Moldavia during the years of Soviet power”, begun under Georgiu-Deja.

It noted (vol. 1, part 1, Chisinau, 1975) that the population of Bessarabia resisted the imposition of nationalist ideology. Therefore, the publication and distribution by the Romanian authorities in the 30s in this region of the newspaper Kuvint Moldovenesc (Moldavskoe slovo) is characterized as “evidence of the ineffectiveness of the Romanization policy - evidence that after 10 years of Romanization the Bessarabian Moldovan does not understand Romanian and therefore you need to "approach" it in Moldovan language. "


The academic study emphasizes that if, despite the Romanization, the idea of ​​the “lack of independence” of the Moldovan language and the Moldovan nation, implanted for decades, the ideologists of the occupiers were forced to publish the mentioned newspaper (“Cuvint Moldovenesc”), “it means that Romanian politicians were forced to recognize the very existence Moldovan nation ”.

It is not surprising that almost immediately after the anti-communist coup in Romania, G. Georgiu-Deja in 1990 was quietly reburied from the mausoleum pantheon to the city cemetery on the outskirts of Bucharest. And it is all the more unsurprising that Deja's position regarding a certain “Soviet occupation” of Bessarabia and its allegedly “forcible” separation from “mother Romania” is now sealed with seven seals both in Bucharest and in Chisinau.
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  1. Ilya-spb
    Ilya-spb 3 November 2020 12: 10
    11
    Welcome to Romania?

    I remembered ... The Golden Calf. How Ostap crossed the border with Romania and how it all ended.

    I also remembered the rich word "branzuletka".
    1. Civil
      Civil 3 November 2020 13: 53
      12
      Just one question:
      And what can Russia, which itself is in an economic and political crisis, offer Moldova? Falling ruble, participation in the Cold War -2?
      1. Dart2027
        Dart2027 3 November 2020 18: 09
        -8
        Quote: Civil
        Falling ruble, participation in the Cold War -2?

        What Romania can offer someone?
        1. Civil
          Civil 3 November 2020 19: 53
          0
          Quote: Dart2027
          Quote: Civil
          Falling ruble, participation in the Cold War -2?

          What Romania can offer someone?

          Elementary - higher salaries and pensions, for example. EU for example. Not a visa-free Tajikistan.
          1. Dart2027
            Dart2027 3 November 2020 21: 40
            -1
            Quote: Civil
            Elementary - higher salaries and pensions, for example.

            I remember there was a conversation on this topic, but the question of how they relate to prices remained unresolved.
            Quote: Civil
            For example

            And there everyone is so expected.
          2. EvilLion
            EvilLion 5 November 2020 08: 39
            +2
            Have your wives returned to your Kiev from Moscow roads for euro salaries?
      2. Karabin
        Karabin 3 November 2020 19: 23
        +4
        Quote: Civil
        And what can Russia, which itself is in an economic and political crisis, offer Moldova?

        Transnistria for example. As a dowry for marriage with Romania. wink
        1. Turanov
          Turanov 3 November 2020 21: 27
          -2
          Quote: Karabin
          Quote: Civil
          And what can Russia, which itself is in an economic and political crisis, offer Moldova?

          Transnistria for example. As a dowry for marriage with Romania. wink

          Yes, Transnistria remains like a bone in their throat (Romania and Ukraine ..) .. I wouldn't be surprised if it starts there too .. Difficult times begin for Russia ..!
      3. Olgovich
        Olgovich 4 November 2020 14: 00
        +1
        Quote: Civil
        Just one question:
        And what can Russia, which itself is in an economic and political crisis, offer Moldova? Falling ruble, participation in the Cold War -2?

        You ask yourself, do you answer? lol

        Russia gives Moldova a MARKET for its products, an inexhaustible market.

        And also the hope for the preservation of the identity and values ​​of the people.

    2. Igor Semenov
      Igor Semenov 4 November 2020 13: 13
      +5
      The episode of Ostap's border crossing has two sides. For Comrade Bender, it all ended in the collapse of ideals. And for the Romanian border guards, everything ended very well. laughing
  2. bandabas
    bandabas 3 November 2020 12: 14
    13
    You just need to radically change foreign policy. There should be no "brothers", "our partners" and other names. At the moment, these are our potential opponents.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 3 November 2020 12: 31
      10
      There should not be any unfaithful ones, there are a lot of vector "brothers" !!!
      Step to the side, jump in place ... everything from the client category, instant flight to the category of a suitcase without a handle, and this is in the softest version.
    2. Dimy4
      Dimy4 3 November 2020 12: 32
      10
      At the moment, these are our potential opponents

      They are opponents for you and me, but for the entire top leadership they are just partners in making money.
      1. bandabas
        bandabas 3 November 2020 13: 40
        +4
        I do not argue. De jure, de facto. Breastfeeding will continue.
    3. Fan-fan
      Fan-fan 3 November 2020 13: 23
      0
      You just need to radically change foreign policy

      And for this it is necessary to change Lavrov and his immediate superior.
      1. bandabas
        bandabas 3 November 2020 13: 41
        +5
        Who will replace them? They are "stone".
        1. Fan-fan
          Fan-fan 3 November 2020 13: 44
          -2
          If this continues, then we will really see them in the stone, i.e. "grateful" descendants will teach them a lot of monuments.
          1. bandabas
            bandabas 3 November 2020 13: 51
            -1
            And so it will be. While we will be stupidly silent.
            1. Xnumx vis
              Xnumx vis 3 November 2020 16: 04
              -3
              Quote: bandabas
              And so it will be. While we will be stupidly silent.

              You are not silent! laughing Your artistic whistle is heard ten kilometers away .. belay whistler ... belay
      2. Karabin
        Karabin 3 November 2020 19: 31
        +6
        Quote: Fan-Fan
        And for this you need to change Lavrov

        Who changes the Horse at the crossing? Even if Sad. wink
    4. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 3 November 2020 14: 07
      +2
      Quote: bandabas
      There should be no "brothers", "our partners" and other names.

      Here, and misunderstandings went -If a resident of Russia (citizen) wants to go to Turkey for tourism purposes, a short business trip or a visit, then he falls under the rules of visa-free entry. In order to cross the border, he will only need a valid passport; Russians do not need to apply for a visa to Turkey in advance. The same is true in Moldova. And now to Bulgaria Citizens of Russia need a visa to visit Bulgaria, for which they must apply to the visa centers of Bulgaria or the visa departments of the embassy.
  3. anjey
    anjey 3 November 2020 12: 23
    +6
    In Moldova, nevertheless, there is a counterbalance to the general Romanization of the country, Russians, Ukrainians, Gagauz, Bulgarians, only they are disunited and live in their own enclaves, without good support from outside, although Turkish influence is now strong on the Gagauz people, and once in the early 90s they proudly declared, that they will defend their cities and villages from the Romanians, perhaps a new Romanian wave of the western annexation of Moldova has come.
    1. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 3 November 2020 13: 05
      0
      Quote: anjey
      Russians, Ukrainians, Gagauz, Bulgarians, only they are disunited and live in their own enclaves, without good outside support

      The West is luring away young people, especially after leaving school. They offer hundreds of places in any specialty, support during training and after. Those who went there to study, get used to that way of life, and in Moldova now it is not particularly possible to get a good job, so they travel to European countries after studying there ...
      1. 210ox
        210ox 3 November 2020 13: 25
        +5
        Yes, they have before their eyes the example of Romania. No matter how much we talk about the backward, downtrodden, gypsy country, in recent years they have noticeably moved their economy. And Dodon, no matter how much he said, halva, it didn't make them sweeter in their mouths. Here is the result.
      2. anjey
        anjey 3 November 2020 13: 25
        0
        Yes, Russian influence by our effective managers from politics and economics has been reduced to nothing in the post-Soviet space, for them this is an extra expense item and nothing more, maybe they want to achieve a rise in Russia itself and then start attracting and enthralling the youth of the former Soviet republics, let God would be even so, but time sometimes works against us.
      3. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 3 November 2020 14: 17
        0
        Quote: Starover_Z
        The West is luring away young people, especially after leaving school. They offer hundreds of places in any specialty, support during training and after.

        He pinches off Russia, the former peoples of the USSR and the Russian Empire in a small piece. History, faith, spiritual ties are destroyed. The West needs new adherents, new enemies of Russia. And by the way, they do it. The last "from the Mohicans" of the great power Belarus and Moldova remained.
  4. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 3 November 2020 12: 30
    +4
    As they say, missed, so missed ...
  5. KCA
    KCA 3 November 2020 12: 32
    -6
    Romania has become a developed European power? Who in their right mind can go there? My friend was there in the late 90s, so there was no ice in Russia in those years, but she returned simply in shock, she says there are not even cars on the street at all (and they like to show us all the photos of empty streets from the DPRK). I don’t know how it’s now, is there anything other than the Dacia Renaissance plant and oil rigs working?
    1. Deniska999
      Deniska999 3 November 2020 12: 37
      +8
      For the sake of fairness, I would like to note that 90 years have passed since the late 20s. During this time, a lot can change.
      1. KCA
        KCA 3 November 2020 13: 09
        -1
        Especially for the worse looking at Tribals or 404s
        1. Fan-fan
          Fan-fan 3 November 2020 13: 25
          0
          Stop driving a blizzard, but do you know that the salary of a janitor in Lithuania is 1000 euros?
          1. 72jora72
            72jora72 3 November 2020 13: 54
            +3
            Stop driving a blizzard, but do you know that the salary of a janitor in Lithuania is 1000 euros?
            Do you know what he pays for public services from 200 to 600 euros?
            1. MBRSS
              MBRSS 3 November 2020 22: 38
              +2
              Do you know what he pays for public services from 200 to 600 euros

              so what? I pay 6,5 tr for a communal apartment in winter, and there will be even more. This is a third of my income, even a little more.
    2. Freeman
      Freeman 3 November 2020 13: 29
      11
      Quote: KCA
      Romania has become a developed European power? Who in their right mind can go there? My friend was there in the late 90s, so there was no ice in Russia in those years, but she returned simply in shock, she says there are not even cars on the street at all (and they like to show us all the photos of empty streets from the DPRK). I don’t know how it’s now, is there anything other than the Dacia Renaissance plant and oil rigs working?


      2020 is in the yard, and your 90s are not over.

      THE OFFICIAL SALARY IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA IN 2020 IS:
      Average salary - 7 813,1 Moldovan lei per month (427 $)

      Minimum salary - 2 Moldovan lei per month ($ 775) for the real sector
      Source: National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova - statistica.gov.md

      THE OFFICIAL SALARY IN ROMANIA IN 2020 IS:
      Average salary - 5 Romanian lei per month ($ 225)

      Minimum salary - 2 Romanian lei per month ($ 230)
      Source: Data of the National Institute of Statistics of Romania - insse.ro
      ====================
      Taken from the site: https://ktogdeskolko.com


      So, the Romanian "European poverty" seems very attractive against the background of the Moldovan "poverty".
      1. Liam
        Liam 3 November 2020 13: 31
        +3
        Quote: Freeman
        Quote: KCA
        Romania has become a developed European power? Who in their right mind can go there? My friend was there in the late 90s, so there was no ice in Russia in those years, but she returned simply in shock, she says there are not even cars on the street at all (and they like to show us all the photos of empty streets from the DPRK). I don’t know how it’s now, is there anything other than the Dacia Renaissance plant and oil rigs working?


        2020 is in the yard, and your 90s are not over.

        THE OFFICIAL SALARY IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA IN 2020 IS:
        Average salary - 7 813,1 Moldovan lei per month (427 $)

        Minimum salary - 2 Moldovan lei per month ($ 775) for the real sector
        Source: National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova - statistica.gov.md

        THE OFFICIAL SALARY IN ROMANIA IN 2020 IS:
        Average salary - 5 Romanian lei per month ($ 225)

        Minimum salary - 2 Romanian lei per month ($ 230)
        Source: Data of the National Institute of Statistics of Romania - insse.ro
        ====================
        Taken from the site: https://ktogdeskolko.com


        So, the Romanian "European poverty" seems very attractive against the background of the Moldovan "poverty".

        And Russian "wealth" too
        1. Freeman
          Freeman 3 November 2020 16: 23
          0
          Liam (Liam) Today, 13:31
          And Russian "wealth" too


          To be fair, I must say that their taxes are "horse".

          The income tax rate in Romania is 10%.
          Until 2017, salary deductions were 16%.

          Social contributions include:
          labor insurance tax - 2,25% (withheld from the employer);

          pension fee - 25% from an employee;

          medical insurance - 10% from employee.

          The total amount of fees, together with income tax, reaches 45%.

          Information taken from: https://ostrovrusa.ru/srednyaya-zarplata-v-rumynii


          But the minimum wage is "clean", all the same more than in Moldova or Russia.

          The minimum wage in Romania is 1 lei per month net (235)
          The amount is equivalent to 260 euros (18 424 rubles).
          Information taken from: https://ostrovrusa.ru/srednyaya-zarplata-v-rumynii
          1. Liam
            Liam 3 November 2020 16: 52
            +3
            Quote: Freeman
            The total amount of fees, together with income tax, reaches 45%.

            In general, this is not much. Is it less in Russia?
            And in any case, it doesn't matter how many taxes there are. It is important how many people receive clean
            1. Freeman
              Freeman 3 November 2020 17: 13
              0
              Quote: Liam
              Quote: Freeman
              The total amount of fees, together with income tax, reaches 45%.

              In general, this is not much. Is it less in Russia?
              And in any case, it doesn't matter how many taxes there are. It is important how many people receive clean


              In Russia, the employee himself pays only income tax on wages - 13%.
              The rest of the taxes and fees (to the pension fund, medical insurance, etc.), the employer pays for the employee.
              In the Russian Federation, the minimum wage is legally set at 12130 rubles. In Moscow - 20361 rubles.
              And from them, the employee still needs to pay 13% of the income tax.
              1. Liam
                Liam 3 November 2020 17: 15
                +1
                Quote: Freeman

                In Russia, the employee himself pays only income tax on wages - 13%.
                Other taxes and fees (to the pension fund, medical insurance, etc.), the employer pays for the employee

                In Romania, as in the rest of the world, the same
              2. forest1
                forest1 4 November 2020 07: 36
                +3
                In any case, the employer pays another 30 percent for you. Some of which I could give you. But in reality, he is also forced to give them to the state, reserving this money. It makes no difference whether you pay or this money is someone else for you. We have 43 percent of them 45
    3. Bagatur
      Bagatur 3 November 2020 17: 05
      0
      Works! If you don't believe me, compare the salaries of the Russian Federation with Rumania.
  6. Victorio
    Victorio 3 November 2020 12: 56
    +2
    yes, the victory of the Sandu will finally change Moldova.
  7. prior
    prior 3 November 2020 12: 59
    16
    Modern Russia has nothing to offer either the world or its neighbors, except for natural resources.
    As a result, there are no friends and allies, only partners.
    But for partners, Russia has one pose - kneeling - buy our oil and gas, well, please, well, we are cheaper for you ...
    Therefore, even for Moldovans, even Romania is more attractive than Russia.
  8. rocket757
    rocket757 3 November 2020 13: 07
    +2
    I'm not surprised at anything ..... over and over again.
    However, nothing will change in our direction, because there is NOTHING to change!
    1. cniza
      cniza 3 November 2020 15: 32
      +4
      Should have changed? my ex and I failed our work at all, that's the result ...
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 3 November 2020 16: 06
        +6
        Failed, this can be said about those who had some plans, strategy .... the current ones had NOTHING to fail!
        1. cniza
          cniza 3 November 2020 16: 15
          +3
          Should we just watch and do nothing? I think that this is not right, we need to work, our Foreign Ministry works very badly with the former ...
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 3 November 2020 16: 24
            +4
            We had a major backlog, in all the former. We lived together for a long time in sorrow and joy! This is not forgotten at once.
            However, it is possible, it is possible to destroy it, with the proper skill.
            1. cniza
              cniza 3 November 2020 16: 44
              +1
              So they destroyed it with our prosperity and hope that they did not forget our kindness, but no, they took the youth away from us, beckoned with sweet promises ...
              1. rocket757
                rocket757 3 November 2020 17: 21
                -1
                All one to one, we had our own problems above the roof and we did not show many, such an attractive option.
                And beyond the hillock, rivers of milk, jelly banks .... lace panties, besides! So it drove them there ...
                1. cniza
                  cniza 3 November 2020 17: 26
                  +2
                  It was not sweet to us ourselves, but much was not finalized ...
                  1. rocket757
                    rocket757 3 November 2020 17: 56
                    0
                    Then there were OUR PEOPLE!
                    And now, the virus of independence has brought many brains into a pan.
                    Now we need to heal!
                    Although, time is a good example, the best doctor in such cases. Only we need to become GREAT, the country, the government, must become a mother for its people, and not an evil stepmother, as it is now.
                    1. cniza
                      cniza 3 November 2020 18: 10
                      -2
                      And we have no choice, we will have to treat ...
  9. Avior
    Avior 3 November 2020 13: 30
    +3
    There was such
    ... Soviet ideologues tried to forget that in 1945 they hurried Stalin with the awarding of the King of Romania Mihai with the Order of Victory


    1. Freeman
      Freeman 3 November 2020 17: 24
      +1
      Quote: Avior
      There was such
      ... Soviet ideologues tried to forget that in 1945 they hurried Stalin with the awarding of the King of Romania Mihai with the Order of Victory


      And that was

      Photo of King Mihai I during the ceremonial presentation of the aircraft (1946). By order of J.V. Stalin in 1946, the king, as an avid pilot, was presented with a PO-2 aircraft. In the center is Marshal Tolbukhin.


      And so ... lol

      Deputy Chairman of the Allied Control Commission in Romania, Colonel-General Ivan Zakharovich Susaykov, during the celebration of the second anniversary of Romania's break with Germany, gives a "light" to King Mihai I of Romania. September 1946
  10. parusnik
    parusnik 3 November 2020 16: 01
    +4
    Storf from V.V. Mayakovsky "Soviet Alphabet": Rome, stands on the Tiber, Romanians are looking for something to vibrate. This is how the poet wrote about the annexation of Bessarabia by Romania in 1918.
  11. Turanov
    Turanov 3 November 2020 21: 35
    -5
    If "baba" wins in Moldova, then nothing good is foreseen for Russia.
    Everything is already familiar, Merkel, Tymoshenko, Hillary, etc. There is a light on the way Tikhanovskaya ..)))
    Thank God in Russia, while the women have calmed down, they understand us Russian men. wink
    1. mister-red
      mister-red 3 November 2020 22: 51
      -1
      Quote: Turanov
      If "baba" wins in Moldova, then nothing good is foreseen for Russia.

      I will say more - nothing good for Moldova either. Alas, not everyone understands this.
      By the way, this woman was involved in the adoption of laws that led to the theft of $ 1 billion from Moldovan banks, and this is no less than 1/5 of the budget. And this money was hung on the population.
      1. Liam
        Liam 4 November 2020 00: 54
        +5
        Quote: mister-red
        By the way, this woman was involved in the adoption of laws that led to the theft of $ 1 billion from Moldovan banks

        And why drive fakes here? Maia Sandu is the only Moldovan politician who has never been directly or indirectly involved in any corruption scandal. A billion was stolen by the rest of the Sharashka office - Plahotniuc, Dodon, Filat, Shor, Leanca, Lucinschi and other scum
        1. andrew42
          andrew42 9 November 2020 13: 10
          0
          Yes Yes. In 1990, Yeltsin was also the "most uncorrupted" functionary of the CPSU, a fighter against Kremlin rations. This very "non-corruption" is just PR, and the club with which those striving for the trough stroking each other, continuing to push and climb to the trough. All these "democratic" Sandu & Co. are the same, only smaller and more modern.
  12. Alexex
    Alexex 3 November 2020 23: 51
    -2
    Sew on Romania early .. the battle for power in the 2nd round will be ...
  13. Senka naughty
    Senka naughty 4 November 2020 01: 19
    -2
    Romanians bring down from Romania to earn money throughout Europe, they have Turks in their country, this is a satellite country, they would have to keep their pants .. article, delirium of a madman.
  14. NF68
    NF68 4 November 2020 17: 27
    +1
    One of the poorest countries in the former USSR will visit one of the poorest countries in the EU.
  15. Plastmaster
    Plastmaster 5 November 2020 06: 20
    0
    Quote: rocket757
    There should not be any unfaithful ones, there are a lot of vector "brothers" !!!
    Step to the side, jump in place ... everything from the client category, instant flight to the category of a suitcase without a handle, and this is in the softest version.

    But I think that the management has a multi-vector direction, which anyone can buy. The people probably have a different opinion.
  16. Vadim_888
    Vadim_888 5 November 2020 21: 08
    -1
    At the end of the health, an article about "friends" of Russia in Europe, otherwise they all have Bulgaria to blame
  17. Eug
    Eug 10 November 2020 07: 41
    0
    I have the impression that a lot of private Russian money has been invested in the former republics. That is why they are being pushed hard from Russia. One of the ways to legalize exported capital in the West.