He wrote about this in Telegram, commenting at the request of TASS on Chisinau's receiving the status of an EU candidate.

“Now they ran ahead of the locomotive.

Trying to please their new masters, not being in the EU, they are ready to join the European sanctions against our country.


Let them try.

Then they can be 100% sure that they will not receive from us not only “expensive” energy and other resources, but none at all.

Let them enjoy the sanctions before they get into the EU," Medvedev warned.

Earlier, the speaker of the Moldovan parliament, Igor Grosu, said that Chisinau would support EU sanctions against Russia.