Moscow is unlikely to be able to accept the statement of the President-elect of Moldova on the withdrawal of Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria, Russian FM Lavrov said.
Russian FM Lavrov threatens Moldova with serious consequences if weapons stored in Transnistria will not be guarded by Russian troops
Lavrov on the Sandu's calls for the withdrawal of the Russian contingent from Transnistria, said that good relations should take into account the previously reached agreements
"We no longer have human resources to expand capacities in hospitals in Moldova." Moldova's government today declared a state of emergency that will at least run until January 15, 2021
The breakaway region of Transnistria in Moldova yesterday staged parliamentary elections for the seventh Supreme Council since 1992, in which the turnout was only 27.79%. It is the lowest voting turnout recorded in the history of the region
Kremlin: changing the status quo in Transnistria could lead to very serious destabilization
The Russian military should be withdrawn from Transnistria and the weapons they are guarding should be removed - President-elect of Moldova Maia Sandu
Moldovan President-elect Maia Sandu said that the government of Ion Chicu should resign.
The Russian Foreign Ministry considers Sandu's statement on the need to withdraw Russian peacekeepers from Transnistria as undermining the settlement process in the region
Sandu said she will continue to seek the withdrawal of Russian troops from Transnistria
The EU extended the restrictive measures it has imposed on representatives of the separatist government in Transnistria. But observers noted that the list of individuals sanctioned includes people who are no longer part of Tiraspol's administration
CEC of Moldova approved the election results and Sandu's victory
The former Democrat Party's leader is no longer in Turkey. The Prosecutor General's Office announced about receiving an official response from the Ankara authorities. Vladimir Plahotniuc was in Turkey and left its territory on October 4
Dodon said he intends to challenge the election results in court
The incumbent President of Moldova Dodon congratulated Maia Sanda on her victory in the presidential elections. Urged his supporters not to go to protests
Maia Sandu has been elected as president of the Republic of Moldova - CEC final results
President of Ukraine congratulated Maia Sandu
Presentation by the Central Electoral Commission of the official preliminary results on the conduct of the presidential elections
10 month ago
Moldova Elections. 95.38% of protocols counted. Sandu - 52.16%, Dodon: 47.84%
"On behalf of everyone who dreams of a European Moldova". Nastase congratulated Sandu on winning the elections
The Central Election Commission (CEC) reported that 70.4% of the ballots have already been processed. According to preliminary calculations, Maia Sandu leads with 52.16% of the votes in Moldova. Igor Dodon got 47.9% of the votes
10 month ago
Maia Sandu accused the authorities of the poor organization of the presidential elections in Moldova
10 month ago
Moldova, SPERO Exit Poll. Presidential election: Sandu (PAS-EPP): 55% (+7); Dodon (*~S&D ID): 45% (-7); +/- vs. 2016 election result
WatchDog exitpoll: Sandu - 54.7%, Dodon - 45.3%
Igor Dodon claims the victory. "I call you to calm. That's it, the election is over "
Dodon said that in the coming days he will announce "serious changes within Moldova".
Dodon called on his supporters and Sandu supporters to calm and promised not to allow destabilization in Moldova.
Dodon said that he is ahead of the competitor in voting on the territory of Moldova by a large margin.
First poll in Moldova presidential election run-off hands vote to Maia Sandu (centre-right, pro-EU), 54% over Igor Dodon (incumbent, 'independent', pro-Russia), 46%
Preliminary results of the 2020 presidential election: Turnout - 52.47%