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EDITORIAL: The EU Sanctions Lukashenko, the Moldovans Finance Him

EDITORIAL: The EU Sanctions Lukashenko, the Moldovans Finance Him

In recent days, European authorities have decided on new sanctions against Belarusian leaders over abuses by the Lukashenko regime against its citizens: journalists, activists, opposition politicians arrested a…
30 June
Japan Offers Moldova a 15 Million Euros Grant to Improve Fire Prevention Equipment

Japan Offers Moldova a 15 Million Euros Grant to Improve Fire Prevention Equipment

The Moldovan government approved on Wednesday, June 30, the signing of the Grant Agreement between Moldova and Japan on the improvement of fire prevention equipment, it is shown in the Government note. Accordin…
30 June
The Supreme Court Maintains the Court of Appeal’s Decision to Oblige the Electoral Commission to Open more Polling Stations Abroad

The Supreme Court Maintains the Court of Appeal’s Decision to Oblige the Electoral Commission to Open more Polling Stations Abroad

The Central Electoral Commission is obliged to open more than 190 polling stations abroad for the upcoming parliamentary elections after the Supreme Court of Justice maintained the Court of Appeal’s decis…
23 June
EDITORIAL: Biden and Putin at Moldovan Borders

EDITORIAL: Biden and Putin at Moldovan Borders

Last Wednesday, June 16, 2021, humanity was watching the meeting of two presidents of states. The dialogue between the two was organized in Geneva, Switzerland, but the border between their two worlds remains o…
21 June
President Sandu Meets Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Her Official Visit to Rome

President Sandu Meets Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Her Official Visit to Rome

President Maia Sandu met with Italian President Sergio Mattarella on Friday, June 18, during her official visits to Rome. According to the Presidency, their discussion focused on the Moldovan diaspora in Italy…
18 June
The Central Electoral Commission Goes to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeal Obliged them to Open More Polling Stations for Diaspora

The Central Electoral Commission Goes to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeal Obliged them to Open More Polling Stations for Diaspora

The Central Electoral Commission goes to the Supreme Court of Justice after the Court of Appeal annulled their decision to open only 146 polling stations abroad and obliged the institution to increase them to a…
18 June
Germany and WHO Makes a New Donation of Medical Equipment to Moldova

Germany and WHO Makes a New Donation of Medical Equipment to Moldova

Moldova received another donation of medical equipment from the Federal Republic of Germany and the World Organization of Health, the Ministry of Health announces. A number of 100,000 goggles, 300,000 robes, an…
16 June
NATO Calls on Russia to Withdraw its Troops from the Breakaway Transnistria Region

NATO Calls on Russia to Withdraw its Troops from the Breakaway Transnistria Region

The Heads of State and Government of 30 member states of the North Atlantic Alliance submitted a Declaration in Brussels on Monday, June 14, calling on Russia to withdraw its armed forces from the territory of…
16 June
Russia Accuses Moldova of Undermining Peacekeeping Operation in the Breakaway Transnistrian Region

Russia Accuses Moldova of Undermining Peacekeeping Operation in the Breakaway Transnistrian Region

Russia’s State Duma accuses Moldova of “undermining peacekeeping operations” in the breakaway Transnistrian region. At the same time, they claim that the Ukrainian authorities have a role in &…
16 June
Controversial Businessman Veaceslav Platon Was Fully Acquitted

Controversial Businessman Veaceslav Platon Was Fully Acquitted

The controversial businessman, Veaceslav Platon, sentenced in 2017 to 18 years in prison for allegedly obtaining, through illegal schemes, about 1 billion lei (47 million euros) from the Banca de Economii bank,…
14 June

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