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March 25, 2023

Romania not involved in Moldovan protests

“Romania, as a state, did not participate in the protests of April 7”, the general prosecutor of R. Moldova, Valeriu Gurbulea announced yesterday. “Only some forms,” as well as a “cyber attack on the servers of state institutions” were registered from Romania, along with “attempts to trespass the border between Moldova and Romania,” he added, quoted by Unimedia.md and Hotnews.

Valeriu Gurbulea told a press conference that “the April 7 protests had an organized character”: “We have evidence proving that some of the students who participated in the protests were paid. We registered many attempts to enter the country by people belonging to radical groups.”

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