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Foreign agents are increasingly involved in the street protests in Chisinau organised by the Shor Party.
Moldova is often painted as small, struggling and stuck between the East and West. Its tourism industry was no different, at least until 2020. It has since borne the brunt of three global crises and has the battle scars to show for it.
Authorities in pro-Russian separatist republic claim Ukraine’s secret services planned to assassinate its president with car bomb.
"In a context of deep regional instability, the situation of the "frozen conflicts" is vulnerable to Russia's military presence and the unpredictability of its geostrategic actions..." w
Looking forward to the end of the war, whenever it happens, policymakers are already speculating on how many of the refugees and migrants are likely to stay and how many will return.
Protests in Chisinau, invasion claims and a propaganda offensive follow warnings that Russia plans to overthrow Moldova's pro-Western government.
Officials in Chisinau say Russian claim is part of ongoing hybrid war, following warnings Moscow plans to destabilise Moldova.
Russian President Vladimir Putin revokes a law that outlines Russia’s main foreign policy goals on February 21 that sets the stage for more aggressive Cold War-like relations with the West.
Putin cancels 2012 decree that supported Moldova’s sovereignty after warnings Moscow is plotting to destabilise Moldova.
UEFA Europa Conference League match to take place days after Moldovan President Maia Sandu revealed Russian plans to destabilise the country.
Maia Sandu seeks to bolster security, warning violent provocations are expected at opposition protests with the aim of bringing down the government.
Central bank expects further disinflation this year with the inflation rate set to return to the target band in Q2 2024.
Chisinau on high alert after Russia's Sergei Lavrov claims the West “has got its sights” on Moldova and country's president is "itching to join Nato".
President Maia Sandu's comment that her country may seek membership in “a larger defence alliance” sparked fury in Moscow.
Inflation reined in partly thanks to the gas-for-electricity deal reached by the authorities in Chisinau with separatist Transnistria.
The war in Ukraine had a seismic effect on the security, political and economic landscape of Southeast Europe.
Russia-backed separatists in Transnistria urge Moldovan MPs not to pass planned amendments to Criminal Code.
Moldova’s consumer price inflation eased to 31.4% y/y in November from 34.6% y/y in October, preparing the ground for more monetary relaxation.
The current energy crisis has been the biggest challenge for Moldova since the beginning of the Russian aggression against Ukraine. It has had to swallow bitter medicine and make itself once more dependent on Russian power shared with Transnistria.