Estonian Prime Minister urges EU to include Moldova in aid efforts for Ukraine

As Brussels extends assistance to Ukraine, Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas emphasizes the importance of not overlooking Moldova, which finds itself in a precarious situation, SIA reports citing portal.

"Given Moldova's vulnerable position, being at the epicenter of unfolding events in this small nation, it is crucial to bear this in mind while extending support to Ukraine," the head of the Estonian government said in a statement to media.

On February 28 that parliamentarians from the breakaway region of Dnestria expressed plans to seek assistance from Russia. In a draft resolution addressed to the Russian Federation Council and the State Duma, deputies underscored the escalating pressures on Moldova.

Previously, the European Commission had expressed concerns about the conflict between Moldova and Transnistria.

Peter Stano, spokesperson for the European Union's Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, urged both parties to engage in a constructive dialogue to address the ongoing challenges in the region.

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