Valeriu Balan. Moldova can become the experimental military testing ground for NATO, if not refuse imposed by the West European integration and will not retain their priority relations with Russia, said the Moldovan leader of socialists Igor Dodon.
the agreement on Association of Moldova with the EU was initialed at the end of November last year, at a conference of the member States of the EU program " Eastern partnership " in Vilnius. In early summer, the European Union has graduated from the technical preparation for signing the agreement about unification with Moldova, which is scheduled for June 27.
Dodon said on Thursday, speaking in the capital of Russia at the III international parliamentary forum " fresh dimension parliamentary dialogue in the modern period "that the current authorities in Moldova and the vast number of Inhabitants of the state are different geopolitical integration and this discrepancy suggests the possibility of bringing to social unrest.
" Aiming at joining the European Union, the authorities ignored the opinion of the majority of residents of the state which stands for integration into the Customs Union. No referenda in Transnistria, Nor in the Gagauz autonomy, Nor hundreds of thousand of signatures collected in support of the TC, have not stopped the suicide rate Chisinau on European integration at any cost. And the cost is able to be huge - complete loss of territorial integrity of States, inter-ethnic strife and social unrest such as those that occurred in Ukraine ", said Dodon.
The politician expressed an opinion that relations with Russia must become a priority for Moldova, both States have historically been linked closely enough.
" in this case, the very fate of our country. Moldova will either be an integral state quite close to Russia, or we will lose unity, and a large part of our territory will become a tasty morsel for Bucharest and experimental military testing ground for NATO ", said Dodon.
He expressed confidence that Moldova urgently need to hold a national referendum on the foreign policy vector of the state.
The party of socialists of Moldova, with the three parliamentary seats, for a month already holds in the country protests, which have put forward the requirement to initiate a referendum for joining the CU.
in September 2006, More than 97% of the Transnistrian population voted in a referendum for independence from Moldova and for accession to Russia.
in February in the Gagauz autonomy held a referendum on the problem of choosing the vector of foreign policy of Moldova. More than 98% of the participants voted for the integration of Moldova into the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.