Moldova
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What languages are spoken in Moldova?

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03/09/2018

Romanian is the official language in Moldova, but many of the population there can also speak fluent Russian, English or French

Romanian is the official language, but many people can also speak Russian and English

1. Romanian language (more than 80 %)

2. Russian language (cca. 15 %)

3. Ukrainian language (cca. 10 %)

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

The so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian invaders.
1. Romanian language (more than 75 %)

2. Russian language (cca. 15 %)

3. Ukrainian language (cca. 10 %)

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

The so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian invaders.
1. Romanian language (more than 75 %)

2. Russian language (cca. 15 %)

3. Ukrainian language (cca. 10 %)

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

The so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian invaders.
Romanian is the language of Moldova.
Romanian and Russian.
About three-quarters of the people in Moldova speak "Romanian/Moldovan". Most linguists consider Romanian and Moldovan essentially identical. The primary difference may be political: in 1989, the Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic (part of the USSR) declared that Moldovan was the official national language, while in 1991, the Declaration of Independence of Moldova stated that the official language was Romanian.
1. Romanian language

2. Russian language

3. Ukrainian language

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

Retain that the so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian origin accepted exclusively by communists and persons without any culture.
Examples: Romanian (Moldavian is not a true language, it is only an illusion of Russians), Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Gagautz.

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11/27/2017

The 1 Official language of Moldova is Romanian, spoken by about 80% of the population.


Russian has semi-official status as an inter-ethnic language.


Recognised regional languages are:

  1. Gagauz
  2. Ukrainian
  3. Russian

Romanian Sign Language is the sign language used by deaf people in Romania. It is related to French Sign Language.


English is the most widely studied foreign language, but very few people can speak it fluently.

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11/14/2013

1. Romanian language (more than 75 %)

2. Russian language (cca. 15 %)

3. Ukrainian language (cca. 10 %)

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

The so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian invaders.

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11/14/2013

Examples: Romanian (Moldavian is not a true language, it is only an illusion of Russians), Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Gagautz.

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11/11/2011

1. Romanian language

2. Russian language

3. Ukrainian language

4. Gagauz language

5. Bulgarian language

Retain that the so-called Moldavian language is only a political fiction of Russian origin accepted exclusively by communists and persons without any culture.