“We quickly found out where all this comes from. This is part of a tools arsenal to instill fear and panic in society and promote destabilization,” the parliamentary speaker said confidently.
Grosu argues that if Moldova receives a positive response to the launch of EU accession negotiations, the country will continue to fight the challenges coming from Russia. According to Grosu, hybrid attacks, the actions of organized criminal groups or the embargo on Moldovan products are just some of the ways Russia is using to destabilize the situation in our country. “The element of disinformation will remain,” Grosu said on the air of the InPROfunzime program.
Besides, he claims that Russia is also behind the Telegram channel that published threats against schools in the capital. “The latest attack concerned schools. This is part of a tools arsenal to instill fear and panic in society, to promote destabilization. We quickly found out where all this comes from,” the Parliament speaker said.
The authorities are investigating information published in an anonymous Telegram channel about potential security threats in the capital’s schools. The Education Ministry assured that the education system was operating normally and in safe conditions.
“State authorities blocked the channel, which was intended to destabilize the situation and sow panic in society. The security threats were not confirmed. The competent authorities continue to clarify the circumstances of the case.
We appeal to parents, teachers and students to remain calm and vigilant and not allow the educational process to be jeopardized,” the Education Ministry said.