"The United States currently does not see a direct military threat to Moldova," the head of the press service of the State Department of the United States, Ned Price, at a briefing, APA reports.
According to him, Washington is “deeply concerned about the messages” on attributed to Russia to destabilize the democratically elected government of Moldova. ”
According to him, the United States is working closely with Moldova to create “political stability to counteract long -term efforts”.
“At the moment, we still do not see a direct military threat to Moldova. We are in close contact with Moldavian partners, – said Price.” We decisively support President Maya Sandu and look forward to continuing cooperation with the new government. “
On February 13, Moldova President Maya Sandu announced a briefing about the danger of destabilization in the country and urged parliament to provide additional powers to special services. According to her, the attacks are “preparing for Moldova” and the goal of “sabotage is to overthrow the constitutional system in order to transfer the country to Russia.”