Republik Moldau

Aktuelle Einsätze

EUBAM Moldova and Ukraine

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

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OSCE Mission to Moldova

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Mandatiert seit: 02/93

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Joint Peacekeeping Force

Beginn: 07/92

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EU Parliament ratifies political, trade agreement with Moldova (14.11.2014)

The move aims to create closer political ties and remove trade barriers between the European Union and the former Soviet republic, which borders Ukraine and EU member Romania.

OSCE/ODIHR opens election observation mission for parliamentary elections in Moldova (24.10.2014)

The mission is led by Ambassador Jan Petersen and consists of 11 experts based in Chisinau and 22 long-term observers to be deployed across the country. In addition, ODIHR will request 200 short-term observers to monitor proceedings on election day (30 November 2014).

Transdniester puts forces on alert (08.08.2014)

Pro-Russian separatists in Moldova's breakaway region of Transdniester have reportedly put their security forces on alert because of what they say is a military threat from Ukraine and Moldova.

Moldova asks Russia to withdraw troops (05.08.2014)

The Foreign Ministry appealed to Russia on August 5 to pull out its 1,500 troops and thousands of tons of weapons from Transdniester in accordance with commitments made at a 1999 summit of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

Moldova's planned EU pact upsets Russia (14.05.2014)

European Council President Herman Van Rompuy has invited Moldova to sign an association and free trade pact with the European Union on June 27 in Brussels.

Moldovans start visa-free travel to EU (28.04.2014)

As of April 28, Moldovans with a biometric passport can travel to the Schengen zone without visas, becoming the first of the six Eastern Partnership countries to do so.

France, Germany promise Moldova EU support (23.04.2014)

The foreign ministers of France and Germany, Laurent Fabius and Frank Walter Steinmeier, reassured Moldova Wednesday (23 April) that the EU stood ready to sign an association agreement with Chisinau this summer, and that the Union supported the country’s territorial integrity.