Moldova remains a vulnerable state, including from the security point of view, and at present we cannot say for sure whether our country’s neutrality will be respected in the future.
This was stated by President Maia Sandu during a press conference, reports tv8.md
“Obviously, we want our neutrality to be respected, but, as I have already said, we are still a vulnerable country, including from the security point of view. We want and hope that it will be respected. We have a situation that Russian troops are illegally present on the territory of Moldova, and this is already a violation of the neutrality status,” President Maia Sandu said.
“We cannot be certain whether neutrality is to be respected. We have no international guarantees, as well as other countries that are in our situation,” the head of state added.
As for the situation in the Transdniestrian region, the President said that the information about serious changes there is incorrect, but there are risks.
“The situation can change very quickly, so we remain alert,” Sandu said.