Disinfo: The current leaders of Moldova are the puppets of Soros and the West


Moldova comes under complete Western external control after the defeat of Dodon. Despite the fact that Moldova is an independent country with certain state attributes, in reality, it is not a subject of politics but an object of influence from external forces. The Party of “Action and Solidarity” was created by the "chicken from the Soros nest". It is led by Maia Sandu, a former employee of the World Bank and a member of the Council of the Soros Foundation in Moldova.

This Party is ideally suited for external control – the leaders of this Party are nothing more than the wooden soldiers of Urfin Jus.


This is a mix of several recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives against Moldovan president Maia Sandu and the widespread narrative about George Soros and the West fully controlling the “non sovereign” Moldova.

These claims are an attempt to discredit President Maia Sandu and her Party by portraying them as Western puppets prior to the snap election that took place on 11 July 2021, where her former political formation secured the majority of seats in the Parliament, receiving more votes than pro-Russian Bloc of Communists and Socialists. Allegations against Moldovan NGOs, including those who receive funding from Western countries, are baseless and not backed by any evidence, and are connected to a long-standing pro-Kremlin stance that frames political oppositionindependent media and civil society organisations as Western Trojan horses and “foreign agents”.

See other examples of pro-Kremlin disinformation about Moldova, such as claims that foreign diplomatic missions managed the dissolution of the Moldovan Parliament, that Maia Sandu and PAS pledged to liquidate hundreds of villages in exchange for money, that the country can lose its sovereignty if pro-Western forces come to power, that Western foundations prepare the informative destabilisation of Transnistria, or that the Eastern Partnership is the EU’s colonial tool and the source of conflicts in post-Soviet states.