Moldova strengthens security measures due to the threat of destabilization

The law enforcement agencies of Moldova have increased their efforts to maintain order in the republic in connection with the threat of destabilization. About this on Monday, February 27, the head of the Moldovan Ministry of Internal Affairs Anna Revenko.

In an interview with a TV channel TVR Moldova she noted that the situation in the country remains turbulent, against this background, control was strengthened at the international airport in Chisinau, the police presence in public places was increased, and monitoring of financial flows was organized.

As Revenko added, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova maintains contact with foreign partners and hold regular consultations on security issues.

Earlier, on February 16, the Moldovan parliament approved the program and composition of the government of Dorin Recean, who was nominated for the post of prime minister by President Maia Sandu after the previous government resigned on February 10. Speaking to parliament, Recean said that “difficult times” await Moldova. According to him, the government should reduce risks, ensure security in the country, as well as restore order and discipline in state institutions.

Prior to this, on February 14, Sandu appealed to parliament with a request to grant the country’s special services greater powers against the backdrop of an alleged threat of destabilization. According to her, the allegedly pro-Russian opposition wants to change power in the country by armed means, including the seizure of buildings and hostages.

In turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry noted that Moscow resolutely rejects Chisinau’s insinuations about Russia’s desire to undermine the situation in Moldova. The official representative of the department, Maria Zakharova, noted that such allegations have no basis and evidence and are built in the spirit of the techniques used by the United States, Western countries and the Kiev regime.

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