The Moldovan government took a big step yesterday, approving a plan to eliminate conscription, but does the country really need a professional army? From Ziarul de Garda, a news and analysis site.
An article last month alleged that the EU was planning to destroy Romanian vineyards, and that the Moldovan ones would be next. From Ziarul de Garda.
Report stressed the need to tackle high-level graft, recover the money lost in the ‘theft of the century,’ and prosecute the culprits.
Decision comes a year after a series of international raids allegedly foiled an attempt on the life of Vladimir Plahotniuc.
As the centennial of the “Great Union” approaches, the issue continues to divide people on both sides of the border.
Lithuania also engrossed as a parliamentarian quits amid allegations of working for Russian interests.
As Dodon warns of impending ‘civil war,’ his government inks military pact with Romania.
Spats in Chisinau over the country’s East-West orientation continue as well between embittered president and government.
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