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The author of the music for the film “The Tabor goes to paradise” spoke out against the Russian language in Moldova

Anatoly Lomohov/Russian lookSoviet composer Evgeny Doga spoke about the use of the Russian language in Moldova. The author of famous film music spoke out against the use of Russian words in this country.

Doge does not like that the inhabitants of his native Moldavian village of Mokra use Russian words in their speech. In an interview with Vocea Basarabiei, the composer called it “Kremlin propaganda”.

The author of the music also made an outrageous statement about the Russian peacekeeping contingent in Transnistria. Although he helped prevent the bloodshed, Doga believes that the Russian peacekeepers would have “profaned the land of the great lord Stefan cel Mare”.

Moreover, the composer advocates the unification of Moldavia and Romania. According to him, this can be achieved “in half an hour”.

Recall that Doga wrote music for many Soviet films. For example, he created a waltz for the film “My Affectionate and Sweet Beast” and the music for the film “Camp goes to the sky”.

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