Geostrategic magazine

(Moldavia) La Moldavia accetta il prezzo dell’indipendenza energetica. Chisinau ha compiuto cambiamenti storici per allentare la pressione energetica russa. Riuscirà a mantenere la rotta?


For years Moldova has been one of Europe’s most vulnerable countries.

Lacking resources of its own, it has been importing all its natural gas from Russia and three quarters of electricity supplies from the Russian-backed and occupied Transnistrian breakaway republic.

The war in Ukraine, Europe’s crippling energy crisis, and the Kremlin’s pervasive threats against its pro-European Union (EU) government have prompted it to make historic changes to limit its energy dependence on Russia.

Moldova Accepts the Price for Energy Independence – CEPA