Our relationship with Moldova

The New Zealand Embassy in Moscow has been accredited to Chişinău since April 2013.  The visit by the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy the Rt Hon Jim Bolger in April 2014 was the first high level visitor from New Zealand since the establishment of the accreditation. Most of the engagement between our two countries occurs in the multilateral context, in particular the United Nations, where we both share similar positions on issues such as nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.

Moldovans and New Zealanders also share a love for rugby with the All Blacks being well-known in Moldova. During his April 2014 visit to Chişinău, Special Envoy Bolger met with senior officials of the Moldovan Rugby Union. Although two-way trade is limited, it has been increasing in recent years.

Trade (year end December 2014)

Total trade in goods 

$1.05 million

 

Exports to Moldova

$817,945

Top exports: Fish (65.35%)

Imports from Moldova

$235,099

Top imports: Apparel (30.45%)

GDP

US$7.92 billion

 

Embassies

New Zealand is represented in Moldova by the New Zealand Embassy in Moscow.

Moldova does not currently have representation in New Zealand.

News & Events

ANZAC Day service 2017 in St Petersburg

Russia

Anzac Day is Australia’s and New Zealand’s National day of remembrance and commemorates our fallen, wounded and veterans of all military conflicts and peacekeeping operations.

Moscow - Anzac Day 2016

The Australian and New Zealand communities in Moscow, along with representatives of other Embassies and Diplomatic Missions, gathered early on 25 April at the New Zealand Embassy for the traditional Memorial Service to commemorate Anzac Day.

New Zealand Wine Tasting at Moscow Embassy

New Zealand’s Ambassador to Russia, Hamish Cooper, and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) hosted a New Zealand Wine Tasting event at the Embassy on 24 November