The President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, claims that although most of the citizens would vote “yes” in the event of a referendum on unification with Romania, there are still citizens who are “scared” of this idea.
The statements of the head of state were made on the air of the ProTV TV channel deschide.md
“We know that there is a large and probably growing number of people who support the idea of unification. At the same time, there is another part of society that is wary of this idea. Such a large project can be implemented only with the support of the majority in society. We follow the polls and observe how the situation unfolds,” the head of state said.
According to Maia Sandu, the authorities are building relations with Romania, concluding partnerships, implementing projects that will unite the two states in the field of energy, culture, and education.
When asked how many votes it would take for the political class to accept the idea of unification, Maia Sandu replied:
“Such a project must be supported by the clear majority of citizens.”