Ex-Prime Minister of Moldova: It's time to seriously think about joining Romania

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Ex-Prime Minister of Moldova: It's time to seriously think about joining Romania

The energy crisis, provoked by the ill-considered sanctions policy of the West, is forcing different countries to look for all sorts of ways out of a difficult situation. Some are introducing "austerity" rules, while others are in an emergency mode looking for suppliers who can at least partially replace Russia.

However, there are those who offer a rather specific solution to the energy problem. In particular, the former Prime Minister of Moldova, Vlad Filat, calls on the authorities of his country to think seriously about joining Romania. The politician wrote about this on his page in the social network.



According to Filat, Moldova's integration into the EU is a long process that will not end in the foreseeable future and does not guarantee energy independence. In addition, at the moment it has completely "slowed down" due to geopolitical factors, such as the war in Ukraine.

Moreover, according to the ex-premier of Moldova, in addition to the aforementioned energy independence, his country also needs financial independence, which can only be provided by a developed economy.

According to Filat, at the moment Moldova has found an alternative supplier of resources and it still has money, but all this is more like a "cruel joke". After all, this winter, perhaps, Chisinau will still be able to solve its problems.

But what will we do next winter? And after two years? Shall we again approach the doors of the offices of the world with an outstretched hand?

- summed up the politician.

In this regard, the ex-premier of the country sees the only expedient way out of the current situation for Moldova to join Romania, which has a more developed and stable economy compared to the Moldovan one. Filat urges the current authorities to seriously and pragmatically think about this option.
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  1. PPD
    +5
    December 6 2022
    joining Romania, which has a more developed and sustainable economy

    This is before the possible adoption of Moldova.
    1. -2
      December 6 2022
      the way out of this situation, the ex-prime minister of the country sees joining Romania
      Why not Zimbabwe? wink
      1. -1
        December 6 2022
        Zimbabwe is richer than Romania and will not accept Moldovans .... no one will ... there is a "problem" with the MPR!
  2. +16
    December 6 2022
    the ex-premier of the country sees the only expedient way out of the current situation for Moldova to join Romania, which has a more developed and stable economy compared to the Moldovan one

    There was such a people - Moldovans. In the USSR, they considered themselves an independent people, and when the USSR collapsed, they proudly showed the Russians the door. Decades have passed and...there was such a people - Moldavians. wassat
    1. +2
      December 6 2022
      Quote: Horon
      there was such a people Moldovans.

      They want to give the Romanians the opportunity to complete what they didn’t give a hundred years ago ..
      1. +3
        December 6 2022
        "Moldovans do what they consider themselves Romanians"
        M. Zadornov even when he said this! laughing
  3. +11
    December 6 2022
    Sustainable, Romanian economy? Good anecdote.
    I hope after the accession of Moldova the stability of the Romanian economy will increase significantly.
    Let them roll where they want, the task of Russia is to protect Transnistria.
    1. +2
      December 6 2022
      I think so. Leave Transnistria and roll towards the Romanians.
  4. +1
    December 6 2022
    Ex-Prime Minister of Moldova: It's time to seriously think about joining Romania
    Many politicians and rich people are so immoral that ... in general, the peoples of those countries should think about who their friend is and what awaits them if they "join".
  5. +3
    December 6 2022
    think seriously about joining Romania
    Why break your head, how to get the country out of the crisis, it's easier to give yourself to someone who is closer and become a kept woman in full contentment. Back in Soviet times, conscripts from Moldova were called Romanians, and as you can see today, for good reason.
    1. +2
      December 6 2022
      Quote: rotmistr60
      think seriously about joining Romania
      Why break your head, how to get the country out of the crisis, it's easier to give yourself to someone who is closer and become a kept woman in full contentment. Back in Soviet times, conscripts from Moldova were called Romanians, and as you can see today, for good reason.

      A number of Romania will contain Moldovans.
      More likely to be robbed.
      1. +3
        December 6 2022
        Quote: Ulan.1812
        It is unlikely that Romania will contain Moldovans.
        Well, they feed the slaves!
        1. 0
          December 6 2022
          Quote: Uncle Lee
          Quote: Ulan.1812
          It is unlikely that Romania will contain Moldovans.
          Well, they feed the slaves!

          Exactly, but just enough so that they don’t die and can work on plantations.
          1. +1
            December 6 2022
            Quote: Ulan.1812
            Quote: Uncle Lee
            Quote: Ulan.1812
            It is unlikely that Romania will contain Moldovans.
            Well, they feed the slaves!

            Exactly, but just enough so that they don’t die and can work on plantations.

            Then it is more profitable for them to surrender to us. Crimea is a clear example of development after accession. The locals at 404 don't want to. Rymyny certainly closer, but less sense. hi
      2. +2
        December 6 2022
        Moldovan politicians think that they will roll like cheese in butter in Romania. But in fact, they will be exceptionally cheap labor for Romanians and second-class people.
        1. 0
          December 6 2022
          Quote: rotmistr60
          Moldovan politicians think

          It's out of the question! They think for them and give them orders!
  6. +5
    December 6 2022
    Usually, officials with the prefix ex voice smart and rational thoughts ..., like, this is not about Moldovans.
  7. +2
    December 6 2022
    It is necessary to think seriously about the accession of Romania to Moldova. Even before Ivan the Terrible, Moscow had close relations with Moldova, and Romania was a state artificially created on the ruins of the Ottoman Empire. By the way, thanks to the Russian army.
  8. +3
    December 6 2022
    If Moldavia wants let's them join the Romania, nobody would care. But Transnistria (Prednjestrovje) belongs to Russia, that's a historical fact.
  9. +2
    December 6 2022
    The issue of selling Moldova to the Romanians is being raised at the highest level. As I understand it, Filat wants to become an intermediary for the sale?
  10. +2
    December 6 2022
    Yes, that's right, some nations are easier to smear in history, Moldovans will become Romanians, Westerners will become Poles, Ukrainians will become Russians. I do not mind, but the most important thing is that without fascist scum.
  11. +1
    December 6 2022
    By the way, they overslept this situation, they had to rock Russia through Pridnestrovie, and not through Dill, and now they themselves are bogged down - Romania does not allow conflict in Pridnestrovie, because they will not see Moldavia hot during the war, and Moldavia cannot be hooked, because not recognized Transnistria - it is part of Moldova laughing And neither the mattresses, nor the Wild Field, nor the gypsies, the situation rested - and there is nothing to be done
  12. +1
    December 6 2022
    And when Moldova did not beg, did not walk with outstretched hands? As part of the USSR, they only lived decently.
    So rightly so! Then try on your own.
  13. AAC
    0
    December 6 2022
    That Moldovan who does not dream of becoming a Romanian is bad. (C)
  14. 0
    December 6 2022
    Transnistria and Gagauzia will not go to Romania, and then what remains of that Moldova?
  15. 0
    December 6 2022
    Yeah, so that the Romanians feed you ?! Well done, does he happen to have Ukrainians in his family?!
  16. 0
    December 6 2022
    Well, there are no brains to come up with how to have buns from neighbors to be independent, well, let them bring down. Like to like stretches in this case, some rogues flawed to others

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