– The border service of Moldova were not allowed into the country, the Russian expert Mikhail Delyagin.
“Mikhail Delyagin denied entry to Moldova, as it could not explain the purpose of the visit”, – said the correspondent of “Interfax” on Friday in a press-service of the Border service of the country.
Director of the Russian Institute of globalization problems Mikhail Delyagin was expelled from Russia the evening before. At the Chisinau airport, he was informed that the entry into the country is prohibited, then the same flight was sent back to Moscow, wrote on Friday in social networks, the Chairman of fraction of Party of Communists of Moldova (PCRM) in the Parliament Inna Shupak.
According to her, Delyagin was invited PCRM and the Party of the European left to participate in the international conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the October revolution, which was held on Friday, the Moldovan Communists.
Supac called “riding insanity” the fact that “the Moldovan border guards photographed the text of the speech of the Russian scientist, “the Actual lessons of the great October Socialist revolution”.
“What, now in Moldova prohibited materials about the revolution? Or the border police, thus enlightened?” – asks questions of the Deputy of Parliament of Moldova.
This is not the first case when the Moldovan authorities have banned the entry of Russian figures of culture, science and reporters. In July, the entrance was closed by a large group of artists who were sent to Transnistria to participate in the concert on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the peacekeeping operation in the region. At the same time Vice-Premier of the Russian Federation, the representative of the President of Russia on Transnistria, Dmitry Rogozin, was declared a persona non grata in Moldova. In September, were denied entry to Moldova journalist of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” Daria Aslamova, a little earlier – the chief editor of the newspaper “Arguments and facts” Igor Cherniak. They had intended to Kishinev to interview the President of Moldova Igor Dodon.