Moldovan Foreign Minister Tells Moscow Chisinau Will Not Revise Deals With EU, NATO

Europa Libera, 11 September 2019 19:00

Moldovan Foreign Minister Nicolae Popescu has said during a visit to Moscow that the government in Chisinau will not revise its agreements with the European Union and NATO.

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