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26 years of cooperation between the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations

26 years of cooperation between the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations

On the 2nd of March 1992, the UN General Assembly adopted the Resolution by which the Republic of Moldova became a member of the United Nations.

Through the 26 years period of its membership, the Republic of Moldova has managed to prove itself as a full-involved actor in achieving the organization's objectives in various fields, such as sustainable development, maintaining international peace and security, respect for human rights and so on.

The Republic of Moldova has made its contribution through its experts and continues to hold membership in a number of important United Nations bodies, such as the Committee on Population and Development, the Commission on Social Development, the Committee Against Torture, UN Economic and Social Council.

At the moment, more than 20 specialized agencies, funds and programs have offices in Chişinău, which have assisted and continue to support national authorities in promoting reforms in the various sectors of the national economy.

During the 26 years of work in the UN, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, as well as the country’s diplomatic missions accredited to the UN’s offices in New-York, Geneva and Vienna, have had an important role in promoting national interests and priorities thus contributing to the continuous advancement of the dialogue with the international organization.


The current activity of the Embassy

  • “MărțiShop 2018”

    On 11 March 2018, the Association of Moldovans in Great Britain organised a cultural and charity event called “MărțiShop 2018” in London.

  • IMO 70th anniversary

    The International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrated its 70th anniversary with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on 6th March 2018, at IMO Headquarters in London.


    On 2nd March 2018, Mr. Vilen Murzac, Charge d`affaires a.i. of the Embassy and H.E. Dr. Kevin M. Isaac, High Commissioner of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland signed the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Moldova and the Government of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis on the abolition of the visa regime for holders of diplomatic, official, service and ordinary passports.