Ilan Șor Receives Russian Passport

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He said this in an interview with a Russian blogger. In late April, some Moldovan opposition parties agreed at a forum in Moscow to create a political bloc called ‘Victory’ ahead of the presidential election and Moldova’s referendum on European Union accession in autumn 2024. The bloc members intend to put a single candidate for the post of head of state, develop ties with the Russian Federation and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). The Moldovan authorities suspected the politicians who had visited Moscow of treason and arranged hours-long interrogations upon their arrival home. The EU imposed sanctions against Șor.