The Republic of Moldova is a country between Ukraine and Romania in Eastern Europe. In 1991, it gained independence after the dissolution of the USSR. Prut and Dniester rivers pass through. Neighbors; Romania and Ukraine. The area is; 33,700 km2. Its capital is Chisinau.
Cities of Moldova
Moldova's Telephone Code: +373
Moldova's Currency: Moldova Leu
Chisinau, Tiraspol, Beltiy and Bende Kiş
Most people work in industry, the rest work in other jobs. Viticulture, fruit and vegetable growing are done on fertile soils. The most important agricultural products are ; wheat, corn, sunflower, sugar beet and tobacco.
Besides the food industry, consumer goods, electrical appliances and construction materials industries are also developing. Apart from the thermal power plants in the country, there is a hydroelectric power plant on the Dniester River. In Moldova transport is provided by rail and through the Dniester River. The only airport is the capital city Chisinau.
Moldova's Export Products
Insulated Wire, Sunflower, Wheat, Wine and Seats.
Moldova's Import Products
Refined Oil, Packed Drugs, Cars, Insulated Wire and Lightweight Rubber Knitted Fabric.
Moldova's Export Countries
Romania, Russia, Italy, Germany and Great Britain.
Countries Imported by Moldova
Romania, China, Ukraine, Russia and Germany.
Nations Living in Moldova
64% of the population are Moldovans, 14% are Ukrainians, 13% are Russians and 4% are Turkish Gagavuz people.
Languages spoken in Moldova
Official languages are Moldovan, Romanian. Gagauz people speak Gagauz, their own language.