Sandu said there was no political instability in Moldova due to the government’s resignation.
CHISINAU, February 15 – RIA Novosti. Moldovan President Maia Sandu said there was no political instability in the country or a crisis linked to the government’s resignation.
Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa announced her resignation on February 10. With him, the entire government automatically resigned. Sandu nominated former Interior Minister Dorin Recean, his adviser in the field of security and national defense, as a candidate for prime minister.
“We do not have political instability, the new government will be approved tomorrow (February 16 – ed.), reforms demanded especially by European institutions are underway for Moldova to move forward on the path to European integration. There is no political crisis. Chisinau, there should be no fear about it,” said Sandu TVR1 ‘also.
He added that the new government will focus on the security of citizens and the state, economic development and economic growth.
Rechan was the Deputy Minister of Information Technologies and Communications in 2010-2012, and then served as the Minister of Interior until 2015. He worked as a consultant in the field of data and information analysis in various international organizations between 2016-2022. Rechan has served as the President’s Defense and National Security Adviser and Secretary of the Supreme Security Council since February 2022.
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