“No need to meddle in Transdniestria, no need to try to unleash hysteria on the border and no need to whip up the situation because citizens of the Russian Federation live there,” Rogozin said.
It is not worth indulging in illusion if Russia protects its own citizens. “Of course, it [Russia] does. Don’t try to test our patience and our strength,” he said.
Russia will do its duty till the end and it will do all “to be a reliable and stable peacekeeper and partner in Tiraspol and in Chisinau”, Rogozin said.
Many people in the Moldovan capital look at Russia with interest and sympathy, he said, adding that a year ago he saw hundreds of thousands of people, who greeted Russian envoys.
Most of people stand for security despite hyperactivity of Russian adversaries, Rogozin said.