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  • Happy Birthday, Peace Corps!

    Happy Birthday, Peace Corps!

    The Peace Corps, established by President John F. Kennedy in 1962, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Moldova. The celebration started on June 15, when Peace Corps volunteers began walking across the country. It continues with activities through August.

  • U.S. Defense Agency
Boosts Moldova Border Security

    U.S. Defense Agency Boosts Moldova Border Security

    The U.S. government, through the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, recently donated approximately $23 million worth of equipment to Moldova's border police to help the country secure its borders from illegal trafficking in human beings, narcotics, arms and other contraband.

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  • U.S. Embassy Commemorates 110th Anniversary of 1903 Pogrom

    U.S. Embassy Commemorates 110th Anniversary of 1903 Pogrom

    The U.S. Embassy joins the people of Moldova and the Jewish community in commemorating the 110th anniversary of the tragic 1903 pogrom which killed nearly 50 Moldovan Jews, and injured or displaced countless others.

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  • U.S. Donates disaster response vehicles

    U.S. Donates Disaster Response Vehicles

    Today Ambassador Moser participated in a commemoration event on the "Day of the Rescuer" to remember those fallen in the line of duty. In conjunction with the event, the U.S. donated 11 disaster response vehicles to the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Situations.

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  • Statement (June 18, 2013)
    Statement (June 18, 2013)

    The United States supports the June 17 statement by OSCE Chairperson-in-Office Ukrainian Foreign Minister Leonid Kozhara regarding the Transnistrian authority's so-called legal act on its border. We denounce any unilateral action by either side of the Transnistrian conflict and continue to urge a non-violent settlement of the conflict with a special status for Transnistria within Moldova's sovereign borders. 

  • Commanding General of the North Carolina Army & Air National Guard Visits Moldova
    Commanding General of the North Carolina Army & Air National Guard Visits Moldova

    The commanding general of the North Carolina Army & Air National Guard, Major General Greg Lusk, visited Moldova recently as part of the ongoing bilateral relationship between Moldova and North Carolina. During his visit, General Lusk met with Acting Minister of Defense Vitalie Marinuta, Commanding General of the Moldovan Armed Forces Brigadier General Vitalie Stoian, as well as several unit commanders of the Moldovan Army.    »

  • 2013 annual competitions for the Fulbright Program
    2013 Annual Fulbright Program Competitions

    The U.S. Embassy in Moldova is pleased to announce the 2013 annual competitions for the Fulbright Scholar Program, Fulbright Faculty Development Program and Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program for the 2014-2015 academic year.   »

  • U.S. nurses helping to improve Moldovan healthcare system
    U.S. Nurses Helping to Improve Moldovan Healthcare System

    Two National Guard and three civilian nurses from North Carolina are sharing expertise this week with their Moldovan counterparts at the Ministries of Defense and Health. The American nurses are donating their time to work with the Ministry of Defense, the Military Hospital, the College of Medicine, the Nursing Association, and Straseni Medical personnel. 

  • U.S. Sends 10 Moldovan Women to Regional Conference on Policing
    U.S. Sends 10 Moldovan Women to Regional Conference on Policing

    Ten women police officers from Moldova recently participated in a U.S. Government-sponsored conference in Tbilisi, Georgia, to sharpen their leadership and practical police skills. The "Women in Policing" conference, held March 4-6, involved 140 female police officers from Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. 

  • U.S. Embassy Statement on Moldovan-Administered 
Latin-Script Schools in Transnistria
    U.S. Embassy Statement on Moldovan-Administered Latin-Script Schools in Transnistria

    The U.S. Embassy in the Republic of Moldova commends the efforts of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Mission to Moldova to support the Transnistrian settlement process. The OSCE's recent report on Moldovan-Administered Latin-Script Schools in Transnistria contains recommendations that can facilitate education-focused working group discussions and progress between the two sides. Access to education is essential, and both Chisinau and Tiraspol should put the interests of children first to solve this problem. The U.S. Embassy views resolution of the Latin-script schools issue as an achievable objective that all parties in the 5+2 settlement process support. 

Meet Ambassador Moser

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The American Resource Center

  • The American Resource Center (State Dept.)

    75, Alexei Mateevici str. 2nd Floor
    MD-2009, Chisinau
    Tel: 22/851705

    The American Resource Center (ARC) is administered by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Chisinau, Moldova. The mission of the ARC is to provide information about the United States of America – its society, politics, history, economy, democratic traditions, holidays, and other issues of interest to the Moldovan audience.

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