In Moldova, the Russian language enjoys a substantially higher status than in Ukraine

MOLDOVA

In Moldova, the Russian language enjoys a substantially higher status than in Ukraine, Vladimir Frolov, Board Chairman of the Priznanie [Recognition] Fund for Russian-Ukrainian Humanitarian Ties, stated during the Fund’s presentation here.

He remarked that if this situation starts changing, Russia will start reacting accordingly, though, he stressed, one of the Fund’s chief tasks is development of Russian-Ukrainian, and since now – Russian-Moldovan, relations “without whatever ideology”, as well as rendering assistance to dialog with various political forces in Moldova.

As Frolov put it, the new authorities in Moldova are “an interesting but complicated political group, whose outlooks are in no harmony with those of Russia’s on many issues”.

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