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European Union External Action presented factsheet on EU-Moldova relations


Since 28 April 2014, Moldovan citizens with a biometric passport can travel to the Schengen area without a visa. More than 1.5 million Moldovan citizens have benefitted from the visa free regime so far. In the last 10 years, nearly 1,900 students and academic staff exchanges have taken place between Moldova and the EU with the support of Erasmus+. Also, over 3,600 young people and youth workers from Moldova have been involved in EU- funded joint exchanges, training and volunteering projects.

The above as well as other interesting facts were presented in the factsheet on the EU-Moldova relations published on the European Union External Action’s website.

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