The Russian vice-PM, Dmitri Kozak, arrived at Chisinau, where he had the first meeting with the state president, Igor Dodon. Subsequently,the two officials made some press-declarations. Kozak thanked the ACUM and PSRM MPs for making a governing coalition.Also, the Russian official was pretty clear that if the political crisis will remain unresolved, Moldova's situation might destabilize.
'In the first place I want to congratulate Moldovan people with the political crisis resolving, which passed peacefully, even though there was a risk for destabilization. I want to thank the president Igor Dodon, ACUM Block members and the Socialists, who managed to form a coalition', declared Kozak.
PUBLIKA.MD reminds that in the evening of the June 7, when was expiring the legal mandate term to form a parliamentary majority, the vice-PM Dmitri Kozak was permanently calling Socialists on the phone. More than that, the speech was going in a high-raised voice. This fact was declared by the talk-show of TV 8, Natalia Morari.
As a result, on June 8, Igor Dodon, Maia Sandu and Andrei Nastase formed an alliance wanted by kozak, and subsequently they started to apply the conditions that were rejected by Vlad Plahotniuc, requested by Russians through Dodon, for an alliance with the Democrats.