The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has congratulated Igor Dodon’s victory in the presidential elections in Moldova. About it reports a press-service of the Kremlin.
Putin noted that “the results of the vote testify to the broad support of voters line Igor Dodon at achieving socio-economic stability in the country and building a balanced foreign policy priorities”.
Putin expressed his attitude to a constructive dialogue and active joint work on the development of Russian-Moldovan relations.
Putin invited Dodon to visit Russia for a visit.
November 13 second round of elections in Moldova Pro-European candidate Maia Sandu ahead of the candidate of the Party of socialists of Moldova Igor Dodon. Earlier, the Dodon on the channel RTR Moldova stated that annexed Crimea belongs to the state of the occupier of the Russian Federation.
In the Moldovan capital Chisinau to protest came a few hundred people who disagree with his victory in the presidential elections the Kremlin-backed candidate from the Party of socialists of Dodon
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