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 Translation for 'Moldova' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   Moldova | -
SYNO Moldavia | Moldova | Republic of Moldova
геог.
Moldova {noun} <.md>
Молдова {ж}
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Translation for 'Moldova' from English to Bulgarian

Moldova {noun} <.md>
Молдова {ж}геог.
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Usage Examples English
  • Moldova's state-owned national radio-TV broadcaster is Teleradio-Moldova (TRM), which includes the TV channels Moldova 1 and TV Moldova Internațional (until 2013) and the radio channels Radio Moldova and Radio Moldova Internaţional (with broadcasts in Romanian, English, French, Spanish and Russian).
  • On 5 June 1990, the Moldavian SSR ("RSS Moldovenească") changed its name to Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova ("RSS Moldova").
  • In 2006, during a visit in Moldova, Caramitru claimed that Moldova is still a part of Romania, leading to a diplomatic row between Romania and Moldova and Caramitru being declared a "persona non grata" in Moldova.
  • Although Moldova left the Eurasian Patent Organization, the Intellectual Property Agency of Moldova signed a Cooperation Agreement between Moldova and the Eurasian Patent Office in 2017.
  • Vladimir Gaidamașciuc (born 11 June 1971) is a retired footballer from Moldova who played as a midfielder for various clubs in Moldova, Ukraine and Russia.

  • Racu was raised in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova. Has one sibling Dorin. He holds two citizenship moldovan and swedish, also speaks fluently four languages: English, swedish, romanian and Russian.
  • Se has served as a member of the Parliament of Moldova since 2009.
  • Official relations between Moldova and NATO began in 1992 when Moldova joined the North Atlantic Cooperation Council.
  • Czech Republic–Moldova relations refer to foreign relations between the Czech Republic and Moldova . Moldova has an embassy in Prague.
  • It's one of the most christian village in moldova. Also this village is very Eurosceptic. Many of the locals miss the Soviet era.

  • Grinăuți-Moldova is a commune in Ocnița District, Moldova. It is composed of three villages: Grinăuți-Moldova, Grinăuți-Raia and Rediul Mare station.
  • TVR Moldova broadcasts in Moldova from the local Chișinău studio.
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