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Moldova, situated in the northeastern Balkan region of Europe, has its capital in Chișinău. Historically known as Bessarabia, it was part of Romania until 1812, then transitioned to a Russian province. After World War I, it returned to Romania but was acquired by Russia in the 1940s. Joining with Ukrainian territories, it evolved into the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic. In 1991, after the Soviet Union’s disintegration, it declared its independence as Moldova. While historically tied to both Eastern Europe and the Soviet sphere, Moldova has always maintained cultural and geographical connections with the European continent. Since its independence, Moldova has sought closer ties with the European Union (EU) through various partnerships and agreements, reflecting its European orientation. However, the nation has faced numerous challenges: establishing self-governance without a historical precedent, transitioning to a free market from a Soviet-controlled structure, and managing conflicts with the separatist region of Transdniestria, which controls significant portions of Moldova’s electricity. As Moldova navigates its 21st-century path, its relationship with the EU remains crucial to its aspirations for stability, integration, and growth. It’s no surprise that as of 2022, the EU is Moldova’s predominant trade ally, receiving 58.7% of Moldova’s exports and contributing significantly to its overall trade. Such data, including the impressive growth rates of exports and imports, emphasizes the burgeoning relationship between Moldova and the EU.

Chisinau, the Capital of Moldova, stands as a testament to the nation’s intricate connection with Europe. This city is rich with culture, art and architecture that spring from diverse cultures and influences. This interesting reality offers top class transportation, lodgings and activities, being the capital city, it is also a perfect middle ground to host an event of this importance, where Moldovan and European companies can exchange their views, dive into each other’s views and find new strategies to bring on business trades and economic partnerships. 

The Venue: Radisson Blu

This International event is held at the Radisson Blu hotel, a global institution of the hotellerie. Its position in the city center, close to parks, museums and attractions is the ideal location for business travelers. The Radisson has an equipped business center with conference and meeting rooms as well as a deluxe catering service. The dinners for this event will be hosted in the grand dining room accompanied by live music and speeches. 

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