Independence Day of the Republic of Moldova

27 August in 1991 the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova adopted the Declaration of Independence, following the example of the Baltic countries, Georgia, Armenia and Ukraine. A few hours after the document recognized the independence of Moldova Romania.

In December 1991, after the signing of Belovezhskaya agreements and the collapse of the Soviet Union, the new state — the Republic of Moldova — was recognized by several dozens of countries, including the U.S., Turkey, France, Germany and then Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Official Chisinau entered the CIS later. In 1992, the Republic of Moldova adopted at the UN, and then in the CSCE (OSCE), the Council of Europe, the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization, WTO.

On the day of the anniversary of the proclamation of independence of the Republic of Moldova patriotic organizations hold a solemn prayer service dedicated to Remembrance of Transnistrian conflict.

In the central square of Chisinau laying flowers at the monument of Moldovan politics of the 15th century and is believed to be the most outstanding historical figure in the history of Moldova — Stefan the Great West (Moldavia Stefan cel Mare) — Memorial and military glory. On the area of ??the Grand National Assembly held a solemn meeting devoted to the Independence Day of the Republic of Moldova.

At the end of the meeting and the official part of the celebration of the Moldavians and guests can try a different cultural and patriotic entertainment.