Shor's party is calling for the resignation of Moldova's government and president.
Moldova’s industrial output plunged by 14.4% y/y in July, when the activity in the manufacturing sector reached the lowest level seen in the past decade except for the March-April lockdown months in 2020.
Maia Sandu tells UNGA that presence of Russian troops in breakaway Transnistria region violates Moldova' neutrality and increases security risks.
Record inflation of over 30% has also dragged down households’ capacity to consume.
Fugitive involved in $1bn bank frauds organised protest against President Maia Sandu and Moldova's reformist government amid high inflation and stagnating economy.
Talks on a listing of Moldova Agroindbank on the Bucharest Stock Exchange are in progress as the bank seeks to raise funds for future development.
Russian-owned Air Moldova says it will challenge Civil Aviation Authority's decision that thwarted plans to relaunch Chisinau-Moscow flights in court.
Soaring natural gas prices kept Moldova's inflation on upward trajectory despite central bank's rate hikes.
After EU extended military aid to Moldova, ambassador Vitaly Tryapitsyn talked of risk of "hot scenario" in Moldova's Russia-backed separatist Transnistria region.
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov talked of “protecting” Russian-speakers in Moldova — indicating a possible repeat of the invasion playbook used in Georgia and Ukraine.
A severe drought comes on top of international inflationary pressures and the impact of the war in neighbouring Ukraine.
Failure to make the up-front payment may result in disruption of gas supplies in the first days of September.
The price of natural gas quadrupled compared to July 2021 and the price of electricity increased by 59%.
Both crops are in high demand given the disruption caused by the war in neighbouring Ukraine to international food markets.
Inflation reached 31.8% in June and the outlook is gloomy as energy price hikes have yet to be fully passed through to consumer goods prices.
Comments from Moldovan separatist republic's foreign minister seen as preparing the ground for potential recognition by Russia as war rages in neighbouring Ukraine.
Sluggish justice reform progress and soaring costs of living have eroded support for President Maia Sandu and her reformist government.
After February 24, when the first Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, looking at a map of Europe is no longer what it used to be.
Only a hike in cereals exports helped Moldova avoid an even bigger trade deficit.
Only when the Western Balkans is integrated into the EU, and the EU reforms itself, can Brussels really turn its attention to Ukraine or other potential accession candidates.