Political Relations

Republic of Tajikistan established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Moldova on January 26, 1993.

The Tajik-Moldovan relations are characterized by a spirit of mutual trust, identity or community of views on major international and regional issues.

In November 2002, President of Moldova Vladimir Voronin made an official visit to the Republic of Tajikistan. Following the visit were accepted the interstate, intergovernmental and interdepartmental documents, including the basic document – the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation, which is favorable framework for a multi-faceted cooperation between two countries.

The President of the Republic of Tajikistan in the formal and informal summits of the CIS countries had several bilateral meetings with the officials of the Republic of Moldova, during which they discussed various aspects of bilateral relations.

Priorities of multilateral contacts between two countries are viewed in the context of the overall objectives defined in the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States, such as the strengthening of security and stability in the CIS, promoting the further development of integration processes.

The legal base of bilateral relations between the Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Moldova includes 14 intergovernmental and interdepartmental agreements in the field of trade and economic cooperation and mutual protection of investments, information and etc.

An important element in coordinating of development and deepening of multilateral cooperation is the Tajik-Moldovan Intergovernmental Commission on Trade-economic and Scientific-technical Cooperation, established in 2004.

 

MAIN BILATERAL VISITS:

7-8 November 2002 – official visit of Vladimir Voronin, President of Moldova to the Republic of Tajikistan.

October 5, 2007 – bilateral meeting between Vladimir Voronin, President of the Republic of Moldova and Emomali Rahmon, President of Tajikistan within the framework of (in the fields) CIS summit in Dushanbe (Tajikistan).

Priorities multilateral contacts between the two countries are viewed in the context of the overall objectives, such as strengthening security and stability in the CIS, promote the further development of integration processes defined within the Commonwealth of Independent States, which are members of both states.