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War and EU acceptance: Why did Ukraine succeed where Bosnia failed?
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How has Europe reacted to Brussels backing Ukraine over EU candidacy?
"Europe isn't just geography. It's a set of values and Ukraine is fighting for them."
Brussels backs Ukraine and Moldova as candidates for EU membership
EU national leaders will have the final say at a summit in Brussels on 23-24 June. Georgia, meanwhile, was told it wasn't ready yet.
Ex-Moldovan President Igor Dodon arrested on suspicion of corruption
According to the judiciary, Dodon is under is under investigation for corruption, treason, illicit enrichment, and "illegal party financing". Ten addresses were raided on Tuesday, and cash, documents and valuables seized.
EU Commission deputy: Response to Ukraine refugees showed 'Europe at its best'
Margaritis Schinas made the remarks at a conference on refugees at Davos as she urged the bloc to face "reality" and agree a new policy toward migrants and asylum seekers.
What is life near Transnistria amid fears war will spread to Moldova?
“I don’t know where we would go if the Russian troops came here. There is nowhere to run.”
Moldova is Ukraine's most fragile neighbour, says UN chief
There are fears the war in Ukraine could spread to Moldova's pro-Russia breakaway region of Transnistria
EU to increase military support to Moldova amid Transnistria fears
Fears are growing the Ukraine war could spill over into Moldova.
Where is Transnistria and why does it matter?
Three explosions rocked the pro-Russia breakaway region this week, targeting two radio towers that broadcast in Russian, sparking fears it could be dragged into the war in Ukraine.
Why does Transnistria risk being dragged into Russia's war in Ukraine?
Tensions have increased in the territory bordering Ukraine where Russia has a military presence, and which has long been engaged in a so-called "frozen conflict".
Help to Ukrainian refugees arriving in Moldova and Poland surges
From UNHCR to German businesses and private citizens, attempts are being made to ease the trouble of hundreds of thousands seeking shelter in Europe as the war in Ukraine enters its second month.
Moldova is holding its breath as the war in Ukraine threatens its neighbours
Militarily neutral but with European aspirations and with an economy heavily dependent on both the West and Russia, Moldova is Ukraine´s most fragile neighbour. As the war in Ukraine continues to threaten its neighbours, find out how Moldova is living the crisis.
For Soviet-Afghan war veterans, Ukraine is a conflict 'without honour'
Iurie Cibuc, 62, was proud to fight for the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. He doubts that a new generation of Russian soldiers feel the same about the war in Ukraine.
'Tensions intensifying': Fears grow Ukraine war may spread to Moldova
The citizens of the country on Ukraine's western border are concerned that the Russian advance on Odesa might mean trouble with Moldova's own breakaway territory of Transnistria.
Prayers for 'mercy and peace' at Chisinau cathedral
On Sunday morning the pews in Chisinau Cathedral were filled, as the Patriarch of Chisinau and head of Moldova's orthodox church, Mitropolitul Vladimir, led prayers for peace in Ukraine.
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Staying neutral: Moldova's PM Natalia Gavrilița says yes to joining the EU but no to NATO
Tens of thousands of refugees continue to cross into Moldova following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. In this Global Conversation, Euronews' Sándor Zsíros spoke to Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița about the war and the ongoing fallout.
Moldova faces humanitarian crisis, says PM, needs urgent financial aid
Europe's poorest country has 120,000 Ukrainian refugees inside its borders. Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița tells Euronews the country is struggling to cope.
In Moldova's east, Maia Sandu's EU membership bid divides opinion
On the border wth Transnistria, the Russia-backed breakaway region, some Moldovans favour Russian links over European.
Blinken pledges US support for Moldova amid Ukraine war
US secretary of state Antony Blinken met the President of Moldova after calls for international assistance in dealing with Ukraine refugees
Georgia's EU bid raises existential question: Where does Europe end?
Europe's geographical boundaries have been defined by territory but also politics, culture and religion.
Moldova officially asks to join the European Union
Moldova asks to join the European Union - a week after Russia invades Ukraine
Moldova says it will pay gas debt to Russian giant Gazprom
Russian gas giant Gazprom threatened to cut supplies to Moldova within 48 hours.
Visit Transnistria: The breakaway state that's in the Champions League
If you’re looking to visit somewhere really off-the-beaten-track, the self-declared independent state of Transnistria should have you fumbling for your passport.
Moldova gets first non-Russian gas delivery amid energy crisis battle
The delivery came four days after the eastern European country declared a one-month state of emergency to secure gas supplies amid a crisis over rising prices.
Moldova's parliament declares state of emergency over gas crisis
Moldova has declared a state of emergency to secure gas supplies amid a crisis over rising prices.
Meet the nationalist who wants to see Moldova and Romania as one state
Many Romanians would like to see Moldova and Romania as a single country. Most Moldovans don't agree.
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Moldova's new prime minister discusses the country's "renewed energy"
"We have massive support from the people and this is what inspires us to move forward." - Natalia Gavrilița, Prime Minister of Moldova.