The executive president of PLUS, DragoÈ Tudorache, ®l®ãdeamna of the President of the Republic of Moldova, Igor Dodon, not to use Europe in the election ammunition and ® tell him that an unequivocal confirmation of the European path of Moldova, translated® into clear and assumed reforms.â I notice that President Dodon is already ® in the election campaign.

And that he chooses European diplomats and Brussels as a political student. As a Romanian politician, I have seen such attitudes before in Dragnea, TÄriceanu and the other as them® in our political class. They also used Europe and invented imaginary enemies to justify contrareforms ® in justice or other® abuses against the rightful status. In light of this experience, as rapporteur of the European Parliament for the Republic of Moldova,® I cannot de®tt to ® Mr Dodon - and his government – not to use Europe and its genuine desire to help Moldova as an electoral ammunition. It's not fair, it's not justified, it's not ®-e-®nèelept and he doesn't serve Moldovan citizens, DragoÈ Tudorache said on Facebook.DragoÈ Tudorache resumes his appeal ® repeated repetitions for Moldovan politicians to respect their own commitments and no longer gives negative interpretations to relations between Chièinäu and the rest of the European statesâ.â I said it®in repeated times and I am willing to repeat the idea of any time needed. There is no desire or intention of isolation from Brussels to the Chièinä. There are only right ® waits, which have occurred® following commitments of the political factor in ChièinÄu and which are recalled®in the context of actions either unimplemented or unexplained and, as a result, by the non®neles for Political partners of the Republic of Moldova.If Moldovan politicians ® really want a closeness to European construction, all they have to do is ® their own commitments. Things are so simple, no more, no less. And these expectations from Moldovan politicians exist for the simple fact that we are extremely concerned about the good functioning of the Republic of Moldova and® the improvement of economic and social conditions for Moldovan citizens. This is the focus of European policy towards Moldova and any other approach does not cause attention to be distracted from what matters. So i expect from Mr Dodon an unequivocal confirmation of the European path of the Republic of Moldova, translated® into clear and assumed reforms. I expect moldovan politicians to stop playing negative interpretations to relations between Chièinäu and the rest of the European states. It is time for responsibility and a European future for Moldovaâ, DragoÈ Tudorache concluded.