Republik Moldau

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Joint Peacekeeping Force

(Sonstige)
Beginn: 07/92

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OSCE Mission to Moldova

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Beginn: 02/93

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EUBAM Moldova and Ukraine

European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine (EU)
Beginn: 11/05

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Moldovan president says court's suspension of his powers 'shameful' (02.01.2018)

Moldova's pro-Moscow president, Igor Dodon, has rejected a Constitutional Court decision to temporarily suspend his powers amid a standoff over ministerial appointments with his opponents in Chisinau's pro-Western government.

EUBAM announces new mandate and Head of Mission (06.12.2017)

On 1 December 2017, the European Union Border Assistance Mission to the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine (EUBAM) announced the appointment of a new Head of Mission, Slawomir Pichor of Poland, and the adoption of a new mandate. In its new phase, the EUBAM will further target its efforts to monitor...

OSCE hails 'substantial progress' in Transdniester settlement talks (28.11.2017)

[…] The OSCE said in a statement that representatives from Moldova and Transniester attending talks in Vienna on November 27 "confirmed progress on several of the eight issues previously identified... and made a commitment to finalize the remaining issues at the beginning of next year."

Moldova to reopen talks with breakaway Transnistria (15.11.2017)

The authorities in Moldova are to resume negotiations with the breakaway region in Vienna on November 27-28 in a “5+2” format, encompassing Russia, Moldova, Transnistria, Ukraine and the OSCE, plus observers from the European Union and the United States.

Moldova seeks Russian troop withdrawal from Transnistria (23.10.2017)

The UN General Assembly is to discuss by the end of October Chisinau’s request for Moscow’s forces to leave Transnistria, a pro-Russian breakaway area of eastern Moldova, as the Russian troops continue manoeuvres in the separatist region.

Moldova's President says lawmakers, government trying to usurp his powers (13.09.2017)

Moldova's pro-Russia president, Igor Dodon, has accused parliament and the country's government of attempting to limit his powers as supreme commander of Moldova's armed forces in the interest of foreign powers -- warning that the alleged effort will lead to mass street protests.

Moldovan party accuses president of treason, files lawsuit (30.08.2017)

A Moldovan political party says it has filed a criminal complaint accusing President Igor Dodon of treason and of fomenting divisions in the interest of Russia. In a statement posted on its website, the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) said that it had filed the suit with the Prosecutor-General's...

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