Moldova Country Overview

Moldova Country Overview

Europe
Moldova. A landlocked country in Eastern Europe, bordering Romania to the west and Ukraine to the east. It was one of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union until 1991. Its official name is Republic of Moldova. Administrative division Moldova is divided into 9 counties or judeţe, a municipality (the capital) and two territorial units. Bălţi, Cahul, Chişinău (municipality), Edineţ, Găgăuzia (autonomous territorial unit), Lăpuşna, Orhei, Soroca, Stânga Nistrului (territorial unit), Tighina, Ungheni. Geography According to thesciencetutor.org, Moldova is a state in Southeastern Europe. It borders Ukraine to the North, East and Southeast and with Romania to the West and Southwest. The capital is Chisinau (Kisinev). Nestled as a border strip between Romania and Ukraine, landlocked although very close to it, the territory of Moldova is a fertile loess plain that is delimited by the course of the Dniester and Prut rivers. The country includes only a small area of historic Moldova, named after the River Vltava, and is made up of the northern part…
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Moldova 2007

Moldova 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Moldova. According to CountryAAH, Chisinau is the capital city of Moldova. Russia's trade boycott of Moldova in 2006 put the country in a difficult economic position. Moscow threatened with continued wine embargo and raised energy prices unless Moldova acknowledged the Russian-speaking breakaway Republic of Transnistria as an equal part of a federation, where Russian troops would stay for good. But just before New Year, the EU and other donors decided to offer Moldova equivalent to SEK 9 billion over three years to develop education, legal systems, health care, agriculture, infrastructure, etc. It was twice as much money as the Moldovan state budget. Half will be given as loans and half as grants, and the money will be paid out as reforms are implemented. According to abbreviationfinder: MD is…
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