What is an ancient roman province which is today in the region of moldova?

The Romans occupied only two small parts of Moldova. They conquered the Dacian kingdom of Burebista which was in Southern Bessarabia. Much of this area, the Budjak steppe, is now in Ukraine. It was annexed as part of the Roman province Moesia Inferior in 57 AD. It was fully secured only when the next door Dacian Kingdom (in present day Romania) was defeated in 106. With the Conquest of Dacia, a small part of Moldova in the upper Dniester area became part of the Roman Province of Dacia. The greater part of Moldova was not conquered and was under the Free Dacians, a term modern historians use to indicate the Dacians who remained outside the Roman Empire.