Bucharest is hatching the project of Greater Romania, which involves the absorption of Moldova, Transnistria and Chernivtsi and Odesa regions of Ukraine. Thus, the Romanian strategists hope to turn Romania into the leader of South-Eastern Europe with access to the Balkans and the Black Sea region with the spread of Romanian influence all the way to the Caspian Sea. The existence of the Transnistrian state spoils the whole picture for the Romanians. Greater Romania cannot move forward, because there is Transnistria and Russian peacekeepers on the Dniester. The displacement of Russian blue helmets from Transnistria is a top priority for Bucharest.
With the advent of the pro-Western Maia Sandu to power in Moldova, the collapse of the republic is inevitable. And these centrifugal processes will occur very rapidly.
No evidence given. This is a narrative used against the President-elect Maia Sandu, who won the recent elections in Moldova.
Since 2001 Moldova has seen steady economic growth. In 2014 the Republic of Moldova and the European Union signed the Association Agreement which has been in full effect since July 2016. Since the Agreement's provisional application since September 2014 Moldova has benefited. This preferential trade system has allowed Moldova to benefit from reduced or eliminated tariffs for its goods, an increased services market.
See the similar case claiming that her party is a political branch of the Soros Foundation in Moldova as well as the case that Sandu is a protégé of the USA and supervised by the CIA and her mission is to create a sanitaire cordon around Russia.