The signs of “vaccine diplomacy” in Moldova: Romania’s advantages over Russia.

Moldova, Chisinau: A photograph of a health worker made by Alex Iordache vandalized in the Cathedral Park.
© Pierre Crom

“At the background of Russia that is limping, Romania can articulate a robust “vaccine diplomacy “, which, in addition to increasing its popularity among Moldovan citizens, will contribute to diminishing Russian influence …”

Source: Author’s compilation
Moldova, Chisinau: A man sells flowers. © Pierre Crom
Moldova, Transnistria (Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic), Tiraspol: Local residents wait for a bus on Suvorov square. © Pierre Crom

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