The Embassy of Romania, the U.S. Embassy and office of NATO in Kishinev were picketed by deputies and municipal advisers of Party of socialists, activists of "Young Guard", and also representatives of civil society. The executive secretary of Party of socialists deputy Vlad Batryncha, the deputy of the party of socialists Oleg Lipsky, the leader of "Young Guard" Victor Polyakov, the deputy of PSRM Eduard Smirnov, the municipal adviser of Party of socialists Gayk Vartanyan and others made a speech at meetings.
They noted that the leaders of the neighboring country supported the parliamentary majority created in Moldova by blackmail and other illegal ways which doesn't represent neither interests of the people, nor the people. "Whose "brothers" how you speak, you see yourself? Moldavians, people or oligarchs and thieves? We urge you to reconsider in the shortest possible time policy in relation to Moldova and not to support this criminal power any more. Be near the people and support early elections which are wished by most of citizens of the country", - he told.
The deputy of PSRM also noted that if the Romanian authorities decided to support the power operating in Moldova because pursue idea of liquidation of the state, they should understand that this plan is doomed to a failure. "We want to live in our country and we will live and if you want to be partners and friends of Moldova, respect it. We urge you to reconcile to that Moldova as the state, was, is and will be", - he added.
In turn the deputy of the party of socialists Oleg Lipsky paid attention to the policy of double standards applied by Romania. "At your place you conduct one policy, and in relation to other countries – absolutely other. If you wish well to this state, help the people, but not the power", - he told.
The protest proceeded at office of NATO in Kishinev. Participants of the action condemned the hidden arrangements between Moldova and North Atlantic alliance and noted that wish to see our republic sovereign and independent, peacefully coexisting with other countries, but not howling against any states.
"We in the Republic of Moldova don't need military planes. We don't need the American generals. We don't need NATO instructors. These people have nothing to do in the Republic of Moldova. Moldova - the neutral state. We won't participate in wars in which NATO is engaged worldwide. Down with NATO!", - Vlad Batryncha told.
In turn the leader of "Young Guard" Victor Polyakov called for respect of the Constitution of RM in which it is accurately stated that Moldova is the sovereign and independent, uniform and indivisible state. At the same time the deputy of PSRM Elena Hrenova noted that "in those countries where the foot of soldiers of NATO went, there is nothing except ruin and wars". "Our Moldova has to remain blossoming. NATO isn't necessary to us!", - she told.
Protesters called for observance of the supreme law of the country and respect of the rights of citizens and at the U.S. Embassy. People called the United States of America the chief puppeteer of authorities in power.
"the USA made the decision not to support Moldavian