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Having failed to influence the Moldovan political elites, Moscow is hoping agricultural sanctions will sour Moldovan swing voters on the EU.
The Republic of Moldova has broken Moscow-backed Gazprom's gas monopoly after completing the first phase of a new pipeline connecting it to the EU energy market.
Ten shipments of fruits and vegetables from Belarus have been banned from being imported to the territory of Russia.
That is how broadcast regulators in Moldova characterized Russian-language news programs last month as they slapped sanctions on Russia-produced shows, going so far as to ban international news channel Russia-24 from the Moldovan airwaves for six months.
Moldova is celebrating the completion of a natural-gas pipeline from Romania that will reduce its reliance on Russia for energy supplies.
The Iasi-Ungheni gas pipeline, to link Romania with the Republic of Moldova, will officially be inaugurated at the end of August this year, following the first gas exchanges to be operated in early September, according to a Department for Energy release remitted to Agerpres.
Only a week into Russia's ban on food imports from the West, some exporters are looking for ways around it, some politicians are seeking compensation for their countries, and some commentators are grousing about the economic effects.
The KMG International oil company has invested more than 1.5 million dollars in healthcare and environment projects over the last six years, within the social responsibility programme styled 'Together for everyone', a company release informs.
Ghana midfielder Elizabeth Addo set up a goal for Spartak Subotica as the Serbians went goal-crazy to register a 19-0 victory over Moldovan side Goliador Chisinau to advance to the round of 32 in the Uefa Women's Champions League on Monday night.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 06:04 am
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