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  • New American Center Opens in Tiraspol
    New American Center Opens in Tiraspol

    On Monday, March 18, U.S. Ambassador William H. Moser and Shevchenko State University Rector Beril officially opened the new "Center for English Language and American Culture."  »

  • U.S., Moldova celebrate 20 years of FREEDOM Support Act
    U.S., Moldova celebrate 20 years of FREEDOM Support Act

    Twenty years ago, on Oct. 24, 1992, President George H.W. Bush signed the FREEDOM Support Act to assist countries of the former Soviet Union. Since then, Moldova has received $550 million from the United States to assist with building democracy and a free market system. 

  • Work Begins on Project To Rebuild Moldovan Road
    Work Begins on Project To Rebuild Moldovan Road

    Construction has begun to rebuild a 93-kilometer (60-mile) segment of the M2 national road between Sarateni and Soroca, a nearly $100 million project funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation. The road rehabilitation is aimed at helping Moldova modernize its road network as a means of boosting economic activity and productivity. Ambassador William H. Moser and Moldova Prime Minister Vlad Filat were on hand for the ground-breaking event on Sept. 18. 

  • Coaching the Moldovans at Baseball
    Coaching the Moldovans at Baseball

    A weeklong baseball camp featuring five top American baseball coaches comes to close Friday in Chisinau. The baseball camp was financed with a $30,000 grant by the U.S. Embassy, which included $15,000 worth of baseball ball, mitts, bats, catcher's gear, batting gloves and training equipment. All of the baseball gear was donated to baseball organizations in Chisinau and Tiraspol. More than 100 youth from Tiraspol, Chisinau and Balti have learned new skills and techniques from the American coaches, all of whom have collegiate or professional coaching experience. 

  • American Coaches 'Building Bridges Through Baseball'
    American Coaches 'Building Bridges Through Baseball'

    With a $30,000 grant from the U.S. Embassy, five top American baseball coaches traveled to Moldova the first week of June to train more than 100 players and a dozen coaches in Chisinau and Tiraspol. Called "Building Bridges Through Baseball," the project also provided baseball equipment valued at $15,000, including mitts, bats, catcher's gear, batting gloves and training equipment, which will be shared by teams in both cities. 

  • U.S. and Moldova Celebrate 20 Years of Diplomatic Relations
    U.S. and Moldova Celebrate 20 Years of Diplomatic Relations

    Ambassador Moser was joined by President Nicolae Timofti and former presidents Mircea Snegur and Petru Lucinschi as they celebrated the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and the Republic of Moldova. 

  • Ambassador Moser Leads Bike Ride Along the M2 Road
    Ambassador Moser Leads Bike Ride Along the M2 Road

    Ambassador Moser lead Moldovan PM Vlad Filat, other Moldovan government officials, and members of the Moldovan media on a 10-kilometer bike ride to highlight the very poor condition of the 93-kilometer M2 Road, which will shortly be rehabilitated as part of the $262 million Millennium Challenge Corporation Compact. 

  • Spring Fashion Walk 2012
    Spring Fashion Walk 2012

    Spring Fashion Walk 2012 is the first campaign of its kind in Moldova to promote apparel, footwear, and fashion accessories that are made in Moldova. This event was organized by the IWCM with the generous support of the American people through USAID. 

  • Ambassador Moser's Speech at the Public Administration Academy
    Ambassador Moser's Speech at the Public Administration Academy

    Ambassador Moser's Speech at the Public Administration Academy Last week the U.S. Ambassador delivered a speech on Human Rights at the Public Administration Academy. In his remarks Ambassador Moser stated that: "We live together and depend upon each other in a society. Stopping discrimination against minority groups is not only the right thing to do for the good of our society, but it is also an essential way we protect ourselves and those we love." 

  • Renovation at Special School for Hearing Imaired Children
    Renovation at Special School for Hearing Imaired Children

    Ambassador Moser visited School Number 12 for Hearing Impaired Children in Chisinau's Botanica District to celebrate the renovation of the school's main entrance and the addition of a new wheelchair ramp. The United States has invested over $20,000 in improvements for School Number 12 in addition to private donations from citizens of North Carolina, Ambassador Moser's home state. 

  • Happy Holidays from the Moser Family and the U.S. Embassy (State Dept.)
    Happy Holidays from the Moser Family and the U.S. Embassy

    From the Moser Family and the U.S. Embassy, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to the people of Moldova! 

  • Ambassador Moser's visit to Balti (State Dept.)
    Ambassador Moser's visit to Balti

    As part of the overall efforts of the U.S. Embassy to reach people in communities, outside of Chisinau, Ambassador Moser payed a one day visit to Balti. Watch the video to find out more about his trip. 

  • Mountain Quickstep Lights Up Moldova (State Dept.)
    Mountain Quickstep Lights Up Moldova

    The Mountain Quickstep bluegrass band toured Moldova from Nov. 15-17 as part of the U.S. State Department's "Rhythm Road: American Music Abroad" program. The band played to packed houses in Balti, Chisinau, and Comrat, introducing Moldovan listeners to the American traditional folk music of the Appalachian, Adirondack, and Smoky Mountain regions. Audiences were captivated by the lively and skilled banjo, mandolin, guitar, and fiddle playing, as well as the clog dancing that was a particular audience favorite. 

  • Millennium Challenge Corporation Irrigation Rehabilitation Projects (State Dept.)
    Millennium Challenge Corporation Irrigation Rehabilitation Projects

    On Thursday, October 6, Ambassador Moser and MCC Vice President Patrick Fine visited the village of Jora de Jos to review plans for the proposed renovation of several agricultural pumping stations. The renovation of these pumping stations is part of the $262 million dollar Millennium Challenge Corporation Compact, a 5-year assistance package from the United States to the Republic of Moldova. 

  • Good Advice About DV Lottery (State Dept.)
    Good Advice About DV Lottery

    Two happy families received their DV Lottery visas and shared their advices on how to apply for the Diversity Visa Lottery. 

  • Operation Provide Hope (State Dept.)
    Operation Provide Hope

    Operation Provide Hope is a U.S. State Department program that gives humanitarian assistance to countries of the former Soviet Union. As part of this project, the U.S. has given almost $26 million to the Republic of Moldova since 1992. The most recent shipments delivered medical equipment and supplies to hospitals in Balti, Cahul, Chisinau, and Tiraspol. The total value of these shipments was almost $4 million.