Serious Threat for Europe
Unfortunately, not a word from the ISHR Moldova Section was an exaggertion. On the contrary, the last year revealed the full extent of the Moldovan disaster and could no longer be covered up or glossed over before European and international bodies.
Four changes of government and five prime ministers within a year, systematic bank fraud in the billions, kickbacks in tens of millions, and Mafia fights on the upper level, as well as a hungry, exploited, people without rights, with 3 million people at rock-bottom. From there, Moldova now barely manages with its last strength to shout from the streets for help.
The Moldovan disaster is becoming increasingly visible, for example, through cries for help which are heard and met. Thorborn Jagland, the former Secretary General of the Council of Europe, stated in the last year that Moldova had turned into a serious threat to the entire European continent. It is well known that the European Union currently has to manage many serious problems. This is certainly one of the reasons that the small Moldova was pushed into the background, which one would only so happily as European success experience have had, but rather caught everyone off guard with the scale of the disaster.
However, precisely because our small, poor neighbors are not noticed with appropriate due diligence, it is now even more important to respond to the cries for help from Moldova.