India–Moldova relations

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Indian–Moldovan relations
Map indicating locations of India and Moldova



The Indian–Moldovan relations refers to the bilateral relationship between two countries, the Republic of India and the Republic of Moldova. India recognized Moldova at 28 December 1991 and in the following year, both established relations.

The Indian embassy to Moldova is accredited from Bucharest, Romania; while Moldova maintains an honorary consulate in New Delhi and a consulate in Mumbai.

Both countries have taken steps to deepen their ties, which is still maintained in a modest level. Both countries have been found supporting each other at many international platforms like the United Nations through reciprocal support mechanism. India-Moldova bilateral trade has been rather modest. During 2012-13 bilateral trade was measured at US$ 9.63 mn (Exports US$ 8.94 mn, Imports US$ 0.69 mn). During 2011-12, bilateral trade reached US$ 8 million (India’s exports were US$ 7.5 mn and imports were US$ 0.5 mn).[1] Recently India has loaned to Moldova in over 5 million rupees to develop its economy.

In 2015, President of India Pranab Mukherjee congratulated Moldova on the National Day of Moldova at August 27.[2]


  1. ^ "India–Moldova relations" (PDF). (48.9 KB)
  2. ^ "President of India's message on the eve of National Day of Moldova". (48.9 KB)

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