Moldova for Moldavians

Moldova is a small state in Eastern Europe. It borders Ukraine and Romania. This country is a member of such important organization and treaties as the NATO, OSCE, EU, and others.

Moldova is a picturesque country. Its green hills, pastoral villages, calm lakes and vast sunflower fields are full of original fascination that is predetermined by long and bright history of these territories. The country has some of the best vineyards in Europe. One can buy here perfect vine for several dollars, while the same bottle will cost dozens of dollars in other European countries. The Moldavian capital, Kishinev, is one of the most beautiful and ancient cities in the country. It has a lot of sights including magnificent castles, green parks, historical monuments, and towers.

The only official language there is Moldavian, which is explained by the fact that this country does not have any large expatriate community. In other words, the ethnic composition consists practically from Moldavians alone. At the same time, it does not mean that there are no foreign people living in Moldova. Most of all, they are Ukrainians, Russians, and Romanians. Obviously, these immigrants are to learn the official language of the country they move in. But, equally, they bring particles of their native culture. That is the way the Russian language has penetrated into Moldova. As a result, there appear numerous language courses for those wanting to learn Russian. In the meantime, there are also people who can not attend them. The only way for them to learn this language is to hire a professional tutor. Fortunately for Moldavians, the Internet contains a great number of such specialists who are ready to teach any student by Skype.

At the same time, participating in different world and European organizations leads to close business connections with corresponding countries. Results of such connections are made in the form of various agreements and contracts that should be concluded in English. This situation causes necessity in qualified translation services. To this end, Moldova has a great number of translation firms with highly experienced employees who are always ready to render any materials from English into Russian. The most popular translation subjects, however, are financial, economic and legal documents.

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