Moldovan authorities ask for gas from Russia, while continuing to make accusations


Meetings of any self-respecting cabinet are usually used to decide economic and financial issues, the development of programs for social development, and the discussion of pressing issues. Based on the agenda of the Moldovan cabinet, headed by Natalia Gavrilitsa, Chisinau has no other topics for conversation, except for partial mobilization in Russia and referendums in the DLNR and in the liberated territories of Ukraine.


Demonstrating pseudo-conciliatory and pacifist rhetoric, Gavrilitsa admitted that she was “afraid” of the campaign launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin to call up 300 reservists, as this allegedly could have consequences for Moldova.

Of course, we condemn the mobilization and the so-called referenda in the territories occupied by the Russian army. We are for peace in the region, and Russia's actions violate international law

- Gavrilitsa ranted almost the entire meeting, turning it into a lecture.

Her performance in front of subordinates was more like political lecture, and not a search for a way out of the most difficult economic situation for the republic. The country enters winter without gas, without funds to buy it even from Russia at a reduced price, not to mention imports from the EU, and with a bunch of claims against Moscow, which complicates the search for a compromise.

Chisinau again has no money for the next payments to Gazprom for fuel supplies this month. There can be no question of repayment of interest on the debt to the holding, not to mention the debt itself. However, Chisinau finds the "strength" to look the Gazprom representatives in the eye and ask for gas, even after everything said behind their backs. Moreover, Moldova asks at a discount, while constantly accusing the Russian Federation with the help of false "arguments".

In this sense, Moldova outdid even Ukraine, becoming the first country in the world to start asking for a package of conditions, that is, the restructuring of a large debt and the renegotiation of a gas contract with the help of accusations, lies, defiant behavior and non-payments that compromise the business image. Such actions cannot be regarded otherwise than as the desire of Chisinau to freeze this winter. However, it is very European now, fashionable.

In the meantime, there was an increase in natural gas tariffs for the population. The decree was approved by the National Energy Regulatory Agency. The explanatory note (for citizens who are primarily affected by this) lists the following reason: an increase in the purchase price, as well as tariff deviations accumulated since the beginning of this year in the amount of 1,817 billion lei (almost 100 million dollars). Gavrilitsa is going to pay off this debt, of course, with the help of exactions from the population, while instead of resolving issues of energy supplies with the Russian side, she voices Western geopolitical narratives during working hours.
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  1. blackcat190463 Offline blackcat190463
    blackcat190463 (Yuri) 24 September 2022 12: 02
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    And this Gavrilitsa accidentally did not indicate which international laws we are violating by conducting partial mobilization? I would like to know, and so another anti-Russian nonsense, well, yes, the dog barks, the wind wears, and the caravan goes on am
  2. trampoline instructor (Cotriarch Peril) 24 September 2022 18: 18
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    I wonder where the agenda of the meeting of the Moldovan Cabinet of Ministers came from? Where are the words of Gavrilitsa quoted from? She said them in Moldovan, where did the translation from Moldovan come from?

    However, Chisinau finds the "strength" to look the Gazprom representatives in the eye and ask for gas, even after everything said behind their backs. Moreover, Moldova asks at a discount, while constantly accusing the Russian Federation with the help of false "arguments".

    1) Representatives of Chisinau in the current year with representatives of Gazprom did not meet. Moldovans are actively arguing: who should go to Moscow? President, Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister or General Director of "Moldova-Gas"?
    2) Therefore, "ask" gas they could not. They also couldn't "look in the eyes". There was no question of any discount, respectively. From time to time, the Moldovan rulers express the hope that Gazprom will not turn off the gas, but nothing more.
    3) "Moldova-Gaz" actively disconnects all non-paying gas recipients from the network.
    4) Since October 01, the price of gas has been raised again: 1 cubic meter of gas will cost about 100 RUR, which is a lot.
    5) Regarding the debt: the audit has not yet been carried out, but when it does take place, it will be possible to talk about some kind of debt.

    Conclusion: the opus belongs to fake news (inaccurate information, fake news).