Moldavia


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Russian's intrusion in Moldavia on 4th July 1853 and taking over the Bucharest on 25th July 1853 was the moment that forced the Romanian leaders to take attitude for or against Russia, and for the Sublime Porte, Great Britain and France a "casus belli".
The statement read that the woman broke down, begged to be sent back to Moldavia and threatened to kill herself if authorities didn't allow her to leave.
Russian media said citing the country's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Russia is ready to hold such consultations with all three countries (Ukraine, Moldavia and Georgia) that have signed the association agreement with EU in order to adapt economic policy.
In the future the EU will deal more with the so-called good-neighborly policy, mostly in the direction of enhancing the relations with Ukraine, Moldavia and Georgia.
meetings with Presidents of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, Moldavia - Nicolae Timofti, Azerbaijan - Ilkham Aliyev, Lithuania - Dalia
Riyadh, Rabi'II 12, 1435, Feb 12, 2014, SPA -- A two-day workshop on Saudi relations with Romania, Bulgaria and Moldavia began in Riyadh last night with a select group of diplomats, politicians and academics from the kingdom and the three countries.
Russian-speaking Lieberman, who was born in Moldavia, has friendly personal ties Putin.
1) Nine EU countries: Germany, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia, and five non-member countries: Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, Ukraine and Moldavia
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Accredited Ambassador to Moldavia Akbar Qassemi underlined the need for the further expansion of bilateral relations between Iran and Moldavia, specially in media fields.
Of the Romanian historical provinces of Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania that constitute the bulk and backbone of modern Romania, the latter is by far the richest in Gothic architecture, which makes sense historically as Transylvania was in the Middle Ages an eastern extension, albeit more or less autonomous, first of the Kingdom of Hungary, and later, until 1918, of Austria-Hungary.
YouTube had previously broadcast a videotape for a purportedly Ukrainian person saying that a group of people from Ukraine, Moldavia and Belarus want to come to Syria to fight alongside the government forces.
ISM will represent MPS printing and converting machines in the following countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
This is my first day in school after my parents and I returned home to Moldavia, the land of my birth, from external exile in Siberia and Central Asia.
The list of ten tourist destinations also includes the coast of Latvia, as well as a few less known tourist spots in Spain, Moldavia, Croatia, Greece and the Canary Islands.