Politics of Moldova

Watching and Waiting

Into the Unknown

Moldova watchers and regional analysts alike are keenly trying to make sense of the new ruling coalition that has taken power in Chisinau. Made up of pro-European reformists and pro-Russian parties, the new government is seen as an unholy alliance and somewhat of a dark horse.

#Romania2019.eu/Moldovan Deputy PM Leanca: Romania's Presidency of EU Council is an unique opportunity to intensify the EU-R.Molodva relation

The Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union is an unique opportunity to intensify the EU - the Republic of Moldova relationship, starting with boosting the political dialogue and supporting the reform process up to speeding up the implementation of energy interconnection projects and infrastructure projects by building bridges and highways, Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister for In

Dodon Urges Moldovans in Russia to Vote in Election

Moldova's pro-Russian President, Igor Dodon, has called on all members of the huge Moldovan diaspora in Russia to vote in the next Moldovan elections on February 24, 2019, whether or not they have issues with their Russian work and residence permits.

He has promised that Moscow will turn a blind eye to such problems if they come home to vote.

Moldova Seeks to Warm Ties With Moscow

A Moldovan diplomatic mission will arrive in Moscow on Thursday for the first inter-ministerial talks since April 2017, when Moldova froze ties with Russia after accusing Russia of trying to kill the ruling pro-Western Democratic Party's leader, Vlad Plahotniuc.

Moldova also claimed that its officials were harassed by the Russian authorities every time they visited the country.