People said to have been bullied at Chisinau airport in Transnistria 12:03

Oleg Belyakov, Co-Chairman of the Joint Control Commission (JCC) of the unrecognized Republic of Transnistria Moldova, described Chisinau airport as a “colander” where people are exploited. This was reported by RIA News.

Thus, Belyakov commented on the increased checks of passengers arriving from Russia. The events began in early April, when Moldovan politicians and social activists attending a congress in Moscow were detained at Chisinau airport.

“We cannot help but express some of our concerns” <...> “It is very worrying that the small potential of a useful object turns into a kind of ‘colander’ where people are exploited at the highest level,” Belyakov said.

Before that, Igor Dodon, former president of Moldova and leader of the Socialist Party expressed Confidence that serious protests may occur after the presidential election.

Previously Sandu in the name The Moldovan parliament launched a referendum on joining the EU.

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Source: Gazeta


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