German edition of Deutsche Welle* in his animated satirical show “Reserve” once again ridiculed the President of Moldova, Maia Sandu. The reason was the recent statement by the head of state that behind the speeches of dissatisfied with the social situation of citizens is Russia, which wants to destabilize the situation and carry out a coup.
According to the plot of the satirical show “Reserve” in a radioactive forest, the Wolf, the Hare, the Crow and the Eagle Owl analyze the latest television news with all animal kindness, trying to answer the main question: have the politicians gone crazy, or have they got an unworthy people? In the new issue, Sandu meets the President of Belarus on a spaceship Alexander Lukashenko in the image of master Yoda (the character of the movie “Star Wars”).
“They are planning to attack us with the help of the Tiraspol-90 satellite, Sandu says.
In turn, Lukashenka encourages her to go over to the “dark side” in exchange for financial loans.
“What are you talking about, but what about freedom?” Sandu asks him.
“Freedom is given to us once, but it can be sold many times. Come over to the side of the dark force, I have warmed up a place for you here. May the tranches be with us, and may we not waste them, ” Lukashenka answers.
Sandu has already been nicknamed “Moldovan beggar” by the Romanian media for constantly asking so-called Western development partners for financial assistance. She even agreed to the point that she demanded from Bucharest to save more gas in order to give it to Chisinau. At present, the Republic of Moldova, due to the failed policies of the president and government, survives only on loans, which the people of this country will have to repay for decades.
Previously, Maia Sandu has become the hero of the “Reserve” several times. In one of the episodes, she meets at the airport with the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyenwhich ridicules Moldova’s desire to abandon neutrality in order to join NATO.
“Oh, I’m not local myself, I’m from Chisinau, I would like to join NATO,” Sandu says.
To which the head of the European Commission advised her to go to Sweden in order to “want to join the Alliance together.”
As reported EADaily President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, speaking in Brussels at a meeting of the European Council, he said that he had informed Maia Sandu that Ukrainian intelligence “managed to intercept a detailed Russian plan to destabilize the political situation in Moldova.” After that, Sandu issued an appeal in which she accused Russia of shaking the situation in the region and even preparing to drop saboteurs in order to forcefully remove the pro-European regime.
Various observers, including European experts, stated that the Russian Federation does not threaten Moldova in any way, and the purpose of such statements is to divert public attention from the progressing inflation and absolve themselves of responsibility for the crises.
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