Kyiv summons ambassador in Moldova in wake of pro-Russian Dodon leading in 1st round of elections
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has summoned for consultations the country’s Ambassador to Moldova, Ivan Hnatyshyn, according to the Ukrainian president’s spox Svyatoslav Tsegolko.
"Important information. Ukrainian Ambassador to Moldova has been summoned to Kyiv for consultations," Tsegolko tweeted Monday.
He did not specify the reason for the move and what issues would be discussed.
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