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President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced that Ukraine may soon enter into bilateral agreements with several states, as reported by The Kyiv Independent.
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The main challenges facing the Republic of Moldova following the Russian aggression in Ukraine were examined by Deputy Prime Minister Mihai Popșoi at a meeting with the special adviser to the president and the principal director for Europe of the US National Security Council, Michael Carpenter.
Organisers of a Slovak crowdfunding campaign said Wednesday they hoped to raise one million euros for ammunition for Ukraine, rejecting their government's refusal to send military aid to their war-torn neighbour, Kyiv Post reports.
The reforms that the Republic of Moldova is implementing to ensure the country's economic development and the possibilities of attracting new foreign investments are among the topics addressed by Prime Minister Dorin Recean in a discussion with the German Vice Chancellor, Minister of Economy and Climate, Robert Habeck, who is at Chisinau.
The votes on the $95 billion foreign aid and arms bills are expected to begin at 1:00 pm (1700 GMT), and embattled Republican Speaker Mike Johnson will need Democratic votes to get them passed, AFP reports.
The Republic of Moldova must use artificial intelligence tools to counter propaganda, disinformation and fake news, challenges launched from Moscow. The statement was made by the Deputy Secretary General of NATO, Mircea Geoană, in a video message at the "AI & Big Data" Conference in Chisinau. Also, the official said that NATO is working to establish clear policies for the use of new technologies with respect for ethics and fairness.
An IMF mission led by Clara Mira will be in Chisinau from April 22 to May 2. The members of the delegation will take stock of recent economic developments and the progress in the implementation of the program by the authorities and will update and evaluate the macroeconomic perspectives, informs the IMF representative in Chisinau in a press release.
19 April 2024
The settlement of the Transnistrian conflict can only take place peacefully, at the dialogue table and with the full reintegration of the eastern districts of the country into the unique spaces of the Republic of Moldova, within the borders recognized by the international community. It is the reaction of the Bureau for Reintegration, after the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, declared that the authorities in Chisinau would try to turn the Transnistrian region into a "hotbed of tension".
The G7 sent a pointed warning to Iran on Friday to refrain from sending ballistic missiles to Russia, saying that such a move would trigger "new and significant measures against Iran", Politico reports.
Tiraspol is not at all open to respect human rights, said the Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration, Oleg Serebrian, at the hearing in the Parliament of the Annual Report on the respect of human rights and freedoms in the Republic of Moldova. Oleg Serebrian referred to the people detained in the penitentiaries on the left side of the Nistru. The official says that the Chisinau authorities insistently request their release, but Tiraspol instead requests things that the constitutional authorities cannot assume.
The Parliament is preparing the necessary steps to establish the organization of the Republican Constitutional Referendum on the accession of the Republic of Moldova to the European Union as well as the presidential elections on October 20, said the Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu. According to the Parliament Speaker, after the voting of the project by the deputies, it will be sent to the Central Electoral Commission to start the procedure for holding the republican referendum in accordance with the legislation in force.
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Russian forces attacked Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with missiles in the morning of April 19, killing at least nine people, including three children, and injuring at least 29 others, the General's Prosecutor Office reported, The Kyiv Independent reports.
A loud blast heard near the Iranian city of Isfahan was caused by "air defense firing at a suspicious object," an Iranian senior military commander said, according to Iran's state-aligned Tasnim news agency.
18 April 2024
More than 100 local entrepreneurs, accompanied by 14 experts from the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, and Romania, convened today in Chișinău at the event titled "Local Businesses Heading towards the European Union," organised by the Small and Medium Enterprises Alliance.
Approximately 10,000 Romanian language textbooks will be edited this year for students enrolled in Romanian language learning courses.
During a forum dedicated to the European Patients' Rights Day held in Chișinău, Moldovan healthcare authorities underscored the paramount importance of upholding patient rights, dignity, and integrity.
The Ukrainian Prime Minister, Denis Shmyhal, recently declared that a Third World War could erupt if his country were to lose the war against Russia, as reported by Independent.
Prime Minister Dorin Recean delivered opening remarks at the "Artificial Intelligence & Big Data" Conference in Chisinau today.
The failure of the auction has tarnished the reputation of Chișinău International Airport.
EU leaders meeting in Brussels for a two-day summit reached an agreement on the urgent need to provide Ukraine with air defence capabilities.
The Moldovan Parliament and government are expected to approve the Anti-Corruption Court bill in the coming weeks, according to Prime Minister Dorin Recean's announcement on TVR Moldova.
Moldova is transitioning to a digital system for issuing birth and death certificates, following the approval of the "Medical Certification of Birth and Death" Information System by the government.
17 April 2024
The slow and drawn-out process of reforming Moldova's justice system is impeding the achievement of concrete results in high-profile cases, including the prosecution and justified conviction of those found guilty.
In a recent interview with Moldova 1, Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide declared Norway's imminent establishment of a diplomatic mission in the Republic of Moldova.
The Moldovan Cabinet of Ministers has approved the National Industrial Development Program, which establishes the strategic vision and key directions for the medium-term development of the country's manufacturing industry.
Today, the Moldovan capital honoured the memory of the victims of the 1903 Chișinău Pogrom, which claimed 49 lives and left hundreds wounded.
Personal assistants in Chisinau municipality, who were previously dismissed by the municipal authorities, will be rehired by the Agency for Management of Highly Specialized Social Services.
EU leaders are gathering today in Brussels for another summit during April 17-18.
Thirteen individuals, including seven children, have tragically lost their lives, and over 25 have sustained injuries following an attack on the Al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza on Tuesday, according to officials from the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, as reported by
16 April 2024
In the first two months of this year, the Republic of Moldova exported goods worth over 600 million dollars, by 12 percent less compared to the same period last year. The data show that the European Union is still the main economic partner of our country.
Meteorologists have issued a yellow code of sudden weather change, in connection with a cyclone near the territory of the country. The warning comes into effect on Wednesday, April 17 and will be in place until Thursday, April 18.
President Maia Sandu reacted after the Constitutional Court decided that the referendum on EU accession is constitutional and that it can take place on October 20, the same day as the presidential elections. According to the head of state, the Republic of Moldova needs unity, the involvement of every party, civic organization, citizen to guarantee peace and well-being for Moldovans.
The incidents in the Transnistrian region are intended to sow unrest in society, said the Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration, Oleg Serebrian, in the show "La 360 de grade" on Radio Moldova. The official claims that there are several hypotheses as to who would be behind the multiple incidents, but in the opinion of the authorities it would be groups from the Transnistrian region guided by external forces.
A new case of measles was registered in the Republic of Moldova. According to the National Public Health Agency (ANSP), it is about a three-year-old child, staying with his family in a temporary placement center for refugees in Popeasca village, Ștefan Vodă district.
A fire raged through one of Copenhagen’s oldest buildings on Tuesday, causing the collapse of the iconic spire from the 17th-century Old Stock Exchange as passersby rushed to help emergency services save priceless paintings and other valuable, AP reports.
The solemn opening of the 2024-2025 school year will take place on Sunday, September 1. And the last bell will ring for students on Saturday, May 31, 2025, announced the Minister of Education and Research, Dan Perciun.
A woman from the Drochia district is under criminal investigation in a case initiated on influence peddling. According to the National Anticorruption Center (CNA), she would have asked for a bribe worth 1,800 euros to help a man obtain a driver's license more easily.
The need to identify new investments, which would increase the potential for transporting gas through the vertical corridor, which has already helped the Republic of Moldova to diversify its gas supply sources and reduced its dependence on the Russian Concern Gazprom, was discussed by the Minister of Energy, Victor Parlicov, at the informal meeting of the Ministers of Energy from the European Union, which is held in Brussels.
The authorities in Orhei and the local community are looking for Ana-Maria, aged 19, last seen on April 12. Ana-Maria, five months pregnant, disappeared after she got into a car on 31 August Str. in Orhei.
In the nine localities, where new and partial local elections will take place on May 19, 13 polling stations will be opened. According to the Central Electoral Commission, the most polling stations, three in number, will be opened in the town of Cealîc, Taraclia district. At the same time, two polling stations will be opened in the localities of Tîrnova, Dondușeni district and Bucovăț, Strășeni district.
15 April 2024
The Russian Federation is trying to take advantage of the difficulties that the Republic of Moldova is going through, caused by its aggression in Ukraine, to divert us from the European path, said in an interview for Moldova 1 TV, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mihai Popșoi, who is in Strasbourg at the PACE spring session. The head of Moldovan diplomacy states that our European partners, including those from the Council of Europe, appreciate the efforts of the citizens and of the country's leadership to fundamentally reform our country.
A 28-year-old Moldovan man died after he was electrocuted by the police following altercations in a gas station in South Carolina, USA. The information was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Moldova. According to the institution, the American authorities are to issue the mortuary passport for the repatriation of the lifeless body of the young man.
Ukraine needs external support and not just words, said the President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Theodoros Rousopoulos. According to the official, the war-torn country needs ammunition, which will allow it to defend the most fundamental right of all, provided for in the European Convention on Human Rights - "people's right to life".
Europe removed a record number of dams and other barriers from its rivers in 2023, a report has found, helping to restore its disturbed waterways to their natural states, reports The Guardian.
A resident of Chisinau was detained by CNA officers in a case of influence peddling. The man would have claimed that he has influence over officials from the Customs Service and that he can persuade them to speed up the process of importing used cars from the European Union.
17 cases of measles have been confirmed at a placement center for refugees in the municipality of Chisinau, announced the deputy head of the General Directorate of Medical Assistance, Vladimir Bolocan, at the operational meeting of Chisinau services. He also stated that there are also three sporadic cases of measles infection in the municipality.
Raids in Orhei in a case of illegal possession of weapons and ammunition. According to the General Police Inspectorate (IGP), the law enforcement officers raided four residences in the localities of Jora de Jos and Jora de Mijloc in Orhei district.
A dramatic rise in European energy prices is inevitable if the Russian destruction of Ukrainian energy infrastructure continues unabated, the former chief executive of Ukraine’s state-owned oil company has warned, The Guardian reports.
The Delegation of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova participates in the spring session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE). The meeting takes place between April 15-19, in Strasbourg. Several topics will be included on the agenda, including Kosovo's application for membership in the Council of Europe, the death of Alexei Navalny and the systematic persecution of protesters in the Russian Federation and Belarus.
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