The Romanian Foreign Ministry mentioned in a press release that there are no arguments showing the new political alliance would carry on the reforms on European path.
In the same message it is emphasized that the financial support of Romania is strictly conditioned by the concrete actions that the Moldovan politicians will take. The statement also mentions that the Bucharest authorities will follow the interests of the citizens, the way in which the strategic bilateral projects are realized and the implementation of the Association Agreement with the European Union.
The Socialist Party and the Democratic Party signed an agreement yesterday to create a parliamentary majority and constituted the Social-Democratic Platform for Moldova. All the MPs of both parties signed the document.