Sputnik Moldova head declared undesirable in Moldova
11:49 | 13.09.2023 Category: Social
Chisinau, 13 Sep. /MOLDPRES/- Sputnik Moldova news agency director Vitaly Denisov has been declared an undesirable person in our country for ten years. According to the procedures, he was deported from Moldova.
According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, this measure was ordered in relation to "his involvement in the internal affairs of the Republic of Moldova, a fact that endangers the information security of our country".
The Russian citizen was declared an undesirable person based on the act issued by the General Inspectorate for Migration of the MAI.
According to the Law on the regime of foreigners in the Republic of Moldova, a person can be declared undesirable if he has carried out, is carrying out or there are solid indications that he intends to carry out activities likely to endanger national security or public order.
Last February, the Intelligence and Security Service blocked the website sputnik.md "for promoting the interests of the Russian Federation".