Tue. Mar 9th, 2021

Sunday’s presidential election has been interpreted as a referendum on the direction of Europe’s poorest country, with Dodon representing closer links with Russia and Sandu with the EU. READ MORE :

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4 thoughts on “Moldova election: Could pro-EU candidate Maia Sandu oust Putin’s pick Igor Dodon on Sunday?”
  1. There is one right thing to do: reunification with Romania. It’s a matter of historical justice. Moldova was always a part of Romania, culturally, geographically, politically, except for the periods it was occupied by Russia or Soviet Union. I’s not a State, since it was always a region, and it will never be a functional State, maybe a less messy place but still not a nation.

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