8 October 2001 BUCHAREST, 6 October (BASA-press)–“The political developments in Moldova have been contrary to the expectations suggested by the ‘bridges of flowers,’ because Moldovans, who are still indoctrinated by the Stalinist education, elected a neo-Communist and pro-Russian leadership and turned their back to the traditional and European culture and went to those who invaded […]

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