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Sergei Gavrilov, "We are well aware that now Moldova is influenced by various political structures from outside"


The decision of the Moldovan Government to declare Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin persona non grata destabilizes the development of relations between Moscow and Chisinau. This was stated by the chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Russian Federation on the development of civil society, the issues of public and religious associations Sergei Gavrilov, writes "The Parliamentary Newspaper".

The deputy also emphasized that Dmitry Rogozin dealt with solving problems in Pridnestrovie 25 years, defending the rights of Russian compatriots, dealing with the settlement of the conflict of several decades. According to the Parliamentarian, the announcement of Dmitry Rogozin as persona non grata is a powerful blow to the political and economic relations between Russia and Moldova.

On the eve the Moldovan Government announced Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin persona non grata. The Russian foreign ministry expressed a protest to the Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova.