The VGTRK correspondent was denied entry to Moldova for five years

The VGTRK correspondent was denied entry to Moldova for five years


MOSCOW, January 21. Moldavia was included in the black list of VGTRK journalist Alexander Balitsky and banned him from entering the country for five years. This is stated in a statement posted on the website vesti.ru.

“Previously, our colleagues and I am from Chisinau already sent and here is the incident that happened now, once again demonstrates the desire of the Moldovan authorities to close most of the information flows, at least to put them under control in the face of the large-scale protests and power crisis, which has continued here for more than a month,” said balitskii.

January 20, the Parliament of Moldova, which hosted the procedure of approval of the government, the riots took place. Thousands of opposition supporters, who believe the illegal Cabinet, stormed the building. Then the Parliament building was picketed by thousands of supporters of the opposition Party of socialists, “Our party” Civil platform and the DA (“the Dignity and truth”). As a result, the government of Paul Philip was approved for six minutes.

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