Romanian President Klaus Iohannis said that he sees no possibility of his country's military intervention in the event of a Russian attack on Moldova.
He said this on the sidelines of the summit of the European Political Community in Moldova, NewsMaker reports.
Johannis explained this by saying that Romania is a NATO member and Moldova is a neutral country.
At the same time, he added that Romania could help Moldova improve its defense capabilities by training and equipping the national army.
"In military terms, I don't see any possibility for us to intervene in the conflict. But we can help with the training of the military, and support with equipment and weapons. There are many ways in which we can intervene and we are doing it to help Moldova," the Romanian president said.
Author - Olena Madiak, 01/06/2023