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Moldova wants to join the EU by 2030



(Chisinau) Moldovan President Maia Sandu wants to join the European Union (EU) by 2030, “the only chance” to build a country protected from threats from the Kremlin, which she once again accused of wanting to overthrow the government .

“In 2030, Moldova must be a member of the EU, seize this chance to be part of the European family with the same rights,” said the head of state during a plenary session of parliament in Chisinau.

Endowed with candidate status since June 2022, this former Soviet republic neighboring Ukraine “has chosen the European path”.

“How long will it take us? It’s all up to us,” she added, as the government struggles to implement needed reforms after years of Russian rule.

“Moldova has just come out of captivity”, launched the 50-year-old president, attacking “traitors, thieves and oligarchs”.


Moldovan President Maia Sandu

And this country of 2.6 million inhabitants now says it is the victim of a “hybrid war”, with disinformation and orchestrated anti-government demonstrations.

At the initiative of the rallies that regularly shake the capital, is the party of the pro-Russian oligarch Ilan Shor, on the run since 2019.

Suspected of having found refuge in Israel, in his native country, he was sanctioned in October 2022 by Washington for corruption and interference for the benefit of Russia.

“The Shor party has been invested by the Kremlin and the Russian security services (FSB) with a clear mission: to lead Moldova into war”, judged Maia Sandu, accusing him of wanting to “overthrow the current administration”. .

The United States also accuses Moscow of “seeking to weaken the government of Moldova”, with the aim of installing a government committed to its cause.

Russia, for its part, denies any destabilization project, denouncing assertions “absolutely unfounded and without proof”.

“The Kremlin emanates only threats and blackmail. This is where war, suffering and poverty come from. The EU is our only chance to build a country in which citizens can decide their destiny”, concluded the Moldovan President.

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