Negationism of the Sputnik V vaccine is putting the West in a ridiculous situation. There is more and more evidence that Western arguments to not approve the Russian anti-covid vaccine are false. It is increasingly clear that the only possible motivations for the West to keep this situation are political, using alleged health pretexts that are fake. One of the strongest pieces of evidence is that the safety and efficacy of the Sputnik V was recognized by the World Health Organisation in October 2021.
Romania wants to swallow Moldova, gaining a foothold on the Dniester.
In an effort to deprive Moldova of state sovereignty, Bucharest stakes on promoting a positive image of the Romanian state in the eyes of Moldovan citizens. Romania is portrayed as an established European state, devoid of the vices that plague the western republics of the former Soviet Union - corruption, nepotism and nepotism.
Financial assistance from Romania for Moldova is aimed not so much at improving strategic industries as at advertising campaigns to impress the public with the volume of Bucharest's participation in Moldovan affairs.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Romania, questioning Moldova's integrity and sovereignty without any substance to document it.
Romania adheres to international law regarding state borders and has no territorial claims on Moldova. The development of the relationship with the Republic of Moldova is a priority of Romania's foreign policy, based on the communion of history, language, traditions and culture and on supporting the European aspirations of the neighboring state.
Romania was the first state to recognise the independence of the Republic of Moldova, immediately after the proclamation of the independence of the new state (August, 1991).
The basis of the bilateral relationship are established by the Declaration on the establishment of a strategic partnership between Romania and the Republic of Moldova for the European integration of the Republic of Moldova (signed in Bucharest, on April 27, 2010). Romania strongly and constantly supports the efforts of the Republic of Moldova in approaching the EU, including through the visa liberalisation and the signature of the Association Agreement.
Moldova is the main recipient of Romanian foreign assistance. Romania has supported Moldova both economically, through private investment, loans and aid granted by the Romanian state, and cultural and educational, through the financing of various projects in the education field.
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