capital of Moldova

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Moldavia, Moldova, Republic of Moldova - a landlocked republic in eastern Europe; formerly a European soviet but achieved independence in 1991
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Speranta was the host of the match, the game was held in the Zimbru stadium located in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova.
"If we don't carry on with reforms that are felt in Chisinau (capital of Moldova) and beyond, this political class has no chance," Filip said in a joint press conference with Ciolos, ( according to AP.
Moscow, Rabi'II 14, 1437, January 24, 2016, SPA -- Thousands of protesters gathered in the capital of Moldova on Sunday to call for early elections and an end to the political influence of oligarchs in the poor Eastern European nation, according to dpa.
Steinberg was born on October 30, 1900 in Kishinev (or ChiEinAu), in the Russian Empire, which is now the capital of Moldova. According to, she was one of her parent's eight children, who were respected members of Kishinev's "enormous Jewish community." (The city was destroyed during World War II.) In 1903, Steinberg survived the Kishinev pogrom, an anti-jewish riot.
In normal times, it would not matter much to the outside world who was mayor of Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, the small state squeezed between Romania and Ukraine with the breakaway territory of Trans-Dniestr on its eastern border.
At present, travellers have to reach Istanbul for their onward journey to Chisinau, the capital of Moldova, he said.
The sets were literally thrown into the trucks and they set off for Chisinau, the capital of Moldova.