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Written by SOT.COM.AL 17 Mars 2023
A document recently leaked by international media shows the secret plan drawn up by Russia's security service, the FSB, which lays out detailed options to destabilize Moldova, including supporting pro-Russian groups, using the Orthodox Church and threatening disruption of natural gas supplies, writes CNN.
The document is allegedly designed to thwart Moldova's tilt toward the West, which includes closer ties with NATO and an application to join the European Union. The document refers to the importance of preventing Moldova from joining NATO. It was picked up and first revealed by a media consortium, including VSquare and Frontstory, RISE Moldova, Expressen in Sweden, Dossier Center for Investigative Journalism and other media outlets.
The document was allegedly written in 2021 by the FSB's Directorate for Cross-Border Cooperation. Its title is "Strategic objectives of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Moldova".
The document sets out a 10-year strategy for bringing Moldova, a former Soviet republic nestled between Ukraine and Romania, within Russia's sphere of influence. The plan includes making Moldova dependent on Russian gas imports and fueling social conflict, as well as trying to block Moldova's efforts to gain influence in the pro-Russian separatist region of Transnistria, where some 1,500 Russian soldiers are stationed.
Asked about the document on Thursday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Russia is not aware that such a document exists.
" I do not rule out that this is another fake news. Russia has always been and remains open to building good neighborly, mutually beneficial relations, including with Moldova. We are very sorry that the current leaders of Moldova are experiences completely unjustified and groundless prejudice against Moscow , "said Peskov.
Russia has accused Ukraine of planning to invade Transnistria, which borders southwestern Ukraine. The Russian defense ministry said last month that Ukrainians were stockpiling armor in several border villages. Moldova and Ukraine have rejected the claim.