sâmbătă, 8 august 2020

The scenario in Belarus can be repeated in Chisinau

Tomorrow, August 9, there are presidential elections. Lukashenko, the current president, seems to be no longer to Moscow's liking. This is after several members of a Russian group were arrested. His main opponent, a lady no one has heard of before, has a good chance.
I do not know whether Lukashenko will leave by vote or as a result of protests. But I fear that Lukashenko, who has ruled Belarus since 1994, will not relinquish power. Russia may try to destabilize the situation.
If Lukashenko loses power in Belarus, next on the list is Igor Dodon. That's because Putin is tired of him. Proof that his last visit was not even received. He only met Kozak. The situation in Belarus is similar to the situation between Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu.
This, Maia Sandu, does not say anything bad about Russia. Proof that they got along. Not to mention the visits to the Russian Embassy. She herself said she was not against Russia.
What must be clear, for us in Romania, is that, no matter who comes out, between these two, it will not be in favor of Romania.
Certainly Maia Sandu will not be against Romania like Igor Dodon, but she will not be a good friend either. We must learn our minds and not say our hope in the politicians in Chisinau. One I say in Bucharest, when I come to beg for money, and another I do in Chisinau.

Paul Szasz Sebeș

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