Tag: Moldova

#Coronavirus – EU channels further assistance to Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

#Coronavirus – EU channels further assistance to Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus

| June 29, 2020

This week, an Emergency Medical Team of 10 doctors and nurses from Italy are preparing their mission to Armenia, via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism. They will provide further assistance in addition to last week’s deployed medical experts from Lithuania. In addition, in response to requests for assistance under the Mechanism, Poland has offered disinfectant, […]

Continue Reading

Today’s #Moldova is hell for investors, and not just because of #Coronavirus

Today’s #Moldova is hell for investors, and not just because of #Coronavirus

| April 24, 2020

Moldova, a small Eastern European country that gained independence from the USSR in 1991, gained a reputation as a country with which it is risky to do business. Presidents and governments often change here, and each new government considers it their duty to rewrite legislation and change the rules of the game for business as […]

Continue Reading

#Moldova – Chisinau Airport purchase may land Russian businessman #Goncharenko on World’s Forbes List

#Moldova – Chisinau Airport purchase may land Russian businessman #Goncharenko on World’s Forbes List

| December 30, 2019

At present, it is no secret to anyone that the requirements of the modern world are not limited to increasing the level of complexity and the amount of information that almost every adult needs to operate on a daily basis. A significant and ever-increasing role today is played by the need to reduce the time […]

Continue Reading

Political will was not enough for justice reform in #Moldova

Political will was not enough for justice reform in #Moldova

| November 29, 2019

The pro-reform Sandu government had the will to dismantle oligarchic power structures, but was taken down by limited political experience. Cristina Gherasimov  Academy Associate, Russia and Eurasia Programme @cgherasimov Maia Sandu in Germany in July. Photo: Getty Images. The lack of political will to carry out rule of law reforms is frequently the reason why […]

Continue Reading

#Moldova political heritage to sink in crime

#Moldova political heritage to sink in crime

| October 21, 2019

The latest events in the Moldova’s politics have drawn attention of the international community not only because of their rapid pace and uncertainty, but also due to the ongoing and ever-increasing penetration of crime in the Moldova’s political system that has become a phenomenon for the European country writes Olga Malik. The criminal nature of […]

Continue Reading

Dodon out for taking the Chisinau airport away from Rothschild for promising to sell it to Russians

Dodon out for taking the Chisinau airport away from Rothschild for promising to sell it to Russians

| October 14, 2019

Bargaining one trouble for another. Whose interests are noticeable in Dodon’s drift to terminate the Chisinau International Airport concession agreement? Termination of the Chisinau International Airport concession agreement has become the bee in the bonnet of the Moldovan President Igor Dodon.  It is he who is the driver of this legally doubtful process.  He has […]

Continue Reading

#Moldova weak democracy is a growing risk for Europe

#Moldova weak democracy is a growing risk for Europe

| February 28, 2019

The country’s politics have been captured by a corrupt elite, creating a worrying security risk on the edge of Europe. Cristina Gherasimov  Academy Associate, Russia and Eurasia Programme @cgherasimov A man walks to the polls on election day, 24 February, in Chisinau. Photo: Getty Images. The outcome of Sunday’s (24 February) election portends badly for […]

Continue Reading

Left Menu Icon