In the capital of Moldova, Chisinau, paint was poured on the building in which the Russian Center for Science and Culture (Russian House) is located. On this subject writing TASS in reference to an anonymous representative of the center.
To the press service of the Chisinau police reported ” ” that on the night of February 24, an unknown person threw a can of paint into the center building. Police officers arrived at the scene and recorded an act of vandalism, a TASS source said. A criminal case has been opened. The man who poured paint on the building is wanted.
The exact date of the action is unclear, but February 24 marks exactly one year after the start of the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine. In addition, earlier Ukrainian and Moldovan authorities have repeatedly stated that Russia has a plan to destabilize the political situation in Moldova and carry out a coup in the country, but in Moscow such accusations were called “unfounded and unfounded”.
The Russian Center for Science and Culture (Russian House) represents Rossotrudnichestvo in Moldova, a Russian federal agency that put the aim is to strengthen “Russia’s humanitarian influence in the world”. How note in the Russian House itself, its tasks are to promote Russian culture, support compatriots in the country and strengthen the position of the Russian language.
In January, the German public prosecutor’s office opened an investigation into the Russian House in Berlin. As reported in the department, the center is being checked for violation of the law on foreign trade and payments in the context of sanctions against Russia. The Romanian authorities have also decided to suspend the activities of the Russian House in Bucharest. The Romanian Foreign Ministry noted that the institution “has turned into a propaganda tool”.
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