Republic of Moldova
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For Moldova, original region of Romania, see Moldova
The Republic of Moldova (previously known as Moldavia) is a landlocked enclave in Eastern Europe, surrounded by Romania and Ukraine.
It originally became part of Romania as a result of the Moldavia-Romania War that ended April 15, 2008. This war was really an Union through agreement between the two governments. After being ruled for 10 months by the government of Romania, Moldavia was liberated and reestablished as an independent nation as a result of Moldavian Independence War conducted by Switzerland. Then after Moldavia was taken over by Ukraine, with Romania negotiating the release of all of Moldavian territories, giving the country independence.
The original borders of the Republic of Moldova are:
Original Regions of Republic of Moldova
Republic of Moldova consists of 4 original regions.
The original territory of Republic of Moldova is composed of several regions:
Northern Basarabia, Chisinau, Southern Basarabia, Transnistria (occupied by ),
Its current territories are listed below:
The population of Moldova is 196 citizens.
The main language in Moldova is Romanian with newspaper articles being written in this language. The main working language of the government is Romanian, although some articles are also written in English.
- Updated: November 9th, 2018
Country trading embargoes
After regaining its independence, Republic of Moldova has had a president in each month except on July and August of 2009 when the country was being occupied.
December 2018 Government
The following lists the breakdown of the Congress of Republic of Moldova as elected by the people on 25 January 2019:
The following is a list of parties [ 7 ], ranked by the party membership.
- Poland, expires Mar 20, 2019
- Spain, expires Feb 21, 2019
Republic of Moldova is currently at war with:
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