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Merk Feygin: Moscow understands that the victorious army of Ukraine is a tool for solving all problems in the post-Soviet space

19 Feb, 2023
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Merk Feygin: Moscow understands that the victorious army of Ukraine is a tool for solving all problems in the post-Soviet space

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Moldova is now also suffering from Russian aggression: missiles are falling on its territory, and there is a problem with electricity. Maia Sandu said that Russia is preparing Moldova for the 2014 Ukraine scenario. What is the current situation in Moldova, and will Ukraine be able to help, as Volodymyr Zelenskyy said? Russian human rights activist and opposition politician Mark Feygin answered these questions in an interview with Unian.

"I am sure that Moscow has such plans. Of this, I have no doubt. There are pro-Moscow elements in Moldova, not to mention Transnistria. But now, the Russian Federation has no opportunity to implement these plans. All this could be done against the backdrop of success in Ukraine. We have resolved the issue with Ukraine, and now we have the next target.

As for Ukraine's assistance to Moldova, it is possible. I believe that in case of victory, this limitrophe zone will be crushed. All this will be decided differently there, immediately. Because hot, tens of thousands of units of the Ukrainian army that came out of the war can solve this problem in one day. Yes, and with the help of Romanian NATO forces, I don’t know. It will take a little, only a few tens of thousands. And for one day, those three thousand Russian servicemen who are supposedly there. No one will resist and fight. Where to fight? They will throw bombs at Tiraspol, and that will be the end of it.

Moscow understands that the victorious army of Ukraine is a tool for solving all problems in the post-Soviet space. That's how life works. Lost - you lose everything. Yes, the Ukrainian army will not go to Russia, will not go to Moscow. I don't believe in this, it will never happen. But it's heading west.

In Moldova, in contrast to Georgia, there is a more consistent government tuned to Euro-Atlantic integration. And Moldova sees that it cannot go on like this any longer, that missiles are flying over it, that it is necessary to decide all this once and for all. It is clear that all the predecessors of Maia Sandu were Moscow's corrupt puppets.

Both the Moldovan and Belarusian scenarios are very real. Moreover, these are two border countries with Ukraine. In case of victory, no one else can afford to allow themselves to continue being threatened by part of the union state from Minsk or Transnistria to the Odessa region.

This is an important element of geopolitical change in this regional space. And I think that it was no coincidence that Zelensky made this fact public in order for it to be a signal for some groups. This is a sovereign state. Why should there be some kind of separatist enclave there?"


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