In a phone conversation on Wednesday, Romania's Prime Minister Viorica Dancila and her Moldovan counterpart Pavel Filip agreed that a joint meeting of the two national governments will be held by the end of 2018, according to spokesman for Romania's government Nelu Barbu.
Moldova's pro-Russian President Igor Dodon said on Tuesday that Russian Patriarch Kirill will visit Moldova from October 27 to 28 - a shorter visit than the four-day trip that was initially announced.
The Russian Patriarch has cancelled his planned sermon in Tiraspol in the breakaway region of Transnistria.
The Ukrainian Security Service, SBU on Monday published a list of 206 individuals who it claimed have been fighting for private military company Wagner in Syria and eastern Ukraine, among them three Moldovan citizens.
The new name revealed among the Moldovan fighters on the list was 47-year-old Serghey Prida from Soroca in north-east Moldova.
Civil Aviation Group SRL, which includes the Romanian airline Blue Air, won the privatization process of Moldova's airline, Air Moldova, by offering 50 million Moldovan lei. (1 euro = 0.2379 Moldovan lei)
According to a Blue Air release, Civil Aviation Group also took over Air Moldova's debts worth 1.2 billion Moldovan lei.
A real and serious problem in the Republic of Moldova is Russian propaganda, in the context in which Kremlin's policy is that of keeping the region in the eastern vicinity (of the European and Euro-Atlantic space - ed.n) in a so-called grey area, the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) leader, Maia Sandu, said in a debate on the situation of security in the eastern vicinity of the Euro-At
AGERPRES special correspondent Florentina Peia reports: President Klaus Iohannis had a bilateral meeting in New York on Thursday on the high-level segment of the 73rd Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Pavel Filip, in which they discussed the ways of deepening and expanding bilateral cooperation within the framework of the
The Moldova director of the rights organisation Amnesty International, AIM, Cristina Pereteatcu, has told BIRN that they believe 48 Turkish residents in Moldova are under surveillance by the Moldovan authorities - and could share the same fate as seven Turkish teachers recently expelled from the country.