|28 Jun. 2018||
On 28 June 2018 took place the closing ceremony of another NATO-sponsored project focused on the disposal of pesticides and dangerous chemicals in the Republic of Moldova.
|20 Feb. 2018||
The Moldovan Armed Forces are looking to develop and improve their cyber defence capabilities, so as to be able to face sophisticated and emerging cyber threats that may affect the military information networks management and security. On 13 February 2018, NATO and the Republic of Moldova launched a multi-year project to support these efforts under the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.
|8 Dec. 2017||
NATO Deputy Secretary General, Rose Gottemoeller, inaugurated the new NATO Liaison Office in Moldova today (Friday 8 December 2017).
|23 Nov. 2017||
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (23 November 2017). He praised NATO and Moldova’s 25-year-old partnership and reaffirmed the Alliance’s respect for Moldova’s neutrality. “Today we discussed how NATO and Moldova can build on our achievements,” Mr. Stoltenberg said. The Secretary General also announced the inauguration of the new NATO Liaison Office in Chisinau next month, calling it “another step forward in our partnership.”
|30 Mar. 2017||
The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip to NATO headquarters on Thursday (30 March 2017) and discussed with him the partnership between the Alliance and the Republic of Moldova. The Secretary General thanked Prime Minister Filip for his country’s contribution to NATO’s KFOR mission in Kosovo. He also welcomed Moldova’s commitment to uphold the values shared by all European democracies. The Secretary General highlighted that NATO and Moldova have jointly agreed a framework for working together and stressed that all cooperation activities with NATO have been requested by the government of Moldova.
|7 Feb. 2017||
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller welcomed the Moldovan President Igor Dodon to NATO headquarters on Tuesday (7 February 2017) for talks on the partnership between the Alliance and the Republic of Moldova. Ms Gottemoeller thanked Moldova for its contribution to NATO’s KFOR peacekeeping mission, which also gives Moldovan troops valuable practical experience. She explained how the partnership between NATO and the Republic of Moldova helps improve people’s lives, for instance with training for almost 2,000 Moldovans in areas such as fighting corruption in the defence sector, border security and civil emergency planning.
|29 Nov. 2016||
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip at NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (29 November 2016), for talks on how to strengthen the partnership between the Alliance and Chisinau. The two leaders signed an agreement to pave the way for the establishment of a NATO Liaison Office in Chisinau. This civilian office will help promote practical cooperation and serve as a platform for dialogue.
|19 Oct. 2016||
Three projects aiming to build Moldova’s defence capacities were launched on 6 October 2016. Two projects concern cyber defence and the third seeks to promote the role of women. Developed within the NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme, the projects support implementation of the Defence and Related Security Capacity Building Initiative for Moldova.
|6 Oct. 2016||
NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme launched three projects in support of Moldova’s defence capabilities on Thursday (6 October 2016) in Chișinău. Through the SPS Programme, the Alliance is engaging Moldovan scientists and experts in practical cooperation, forging research networks and supporting capacity building in the country.
|4 Oct. 2016||
Practitioners, think-tankers and high-level government officials gathered on 3 and 4 October 2016 to discuss defence-related border security issues in the breakaway regions during a conference in Chisinau, Moldova. The workshop – the second in the series – offered the opportunity to identify shared experiences and lessons learned. It also allowed to create a community that addresses issues beyond the event itself and promotes practical attempts towards long-term solutions in the field of border security.