The U.S. Embassy Chisinau is pleased to announce a call for grants proposals from potential implementing partners for the 2016-2018 English Access Microscholarship Program (Access). Deadline is August 1, 2016.
During the Falcon Medic exercise, 20 American soldiers from the 60th Troop Command Medical Detachment of the North Carolina National Guard trained their Moldovan counterparts on proper combat medical procedures. The exercise culminated with donation of medical supplies.ALSO: Photos
Lieutenant General Ben Hodges, Commanding General of U.S. Army Europe, visited Moldova May 14-15 to meet with U.S. and Moldovan soldiers participating in Dragoon Pioneer 2016. General Hodges observed on-going construction at a joint project at the Tiganesti Monastery.
On March 19, 2016, a donation of 3900 textbooks and more than 670 educational classroom posters arrived in Moldova from North Carolina. This shipment of educational materials is one of the many acts of goodwill and cooperation.
NEWS FROM THE EMBASSY
07/20/2016 U.S. Embassy Charge d’Affaires Julie Stufft delivered remarks to open a two-day seminar on regional cooperation and strategic communication today.
Ambassador Pettit met with Andrei Galbur, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Moldova, on June 28 in Chisinau to discuss bilateral issues.
The U.S. Embassy Announces a Grants Competition for English Language Teaching Programming in Moldova
The Embassy of the United States of America announces an open Grants Competition for English teaching organizations in Moldova.
Statements on Ukraine
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