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Moldova is a small and densely populated country, which shares its borders with Romania and Ukraine. Moldova is open to economic investment in various local sectors and food & beverages is a major industry. The country has signed free trade agreements with over 40 countries including the EU member states. Moldova is in top 20 countries in the world for average Internet connection speed and the country is connected 96% with 3g/4g network. The local currency is Leu and Moldova’s proximity to the Black Sea gives it a mild and sunny climate.
Visa requirements for Moldovan citizens are administrative entry restrictions imposed on citizens of Moldova by the authorities of other states.
As of May 2018, Moldovan citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 121 countries and territories, ranking the Moldovan passport 45th in terms of travel freedom (tied with Turkish passport) according to the Henley Passport Index.
On 28 April 2014 Moldovan citizens were granted visa-free entry to 26 Schengen Area countries as well as Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus and Romania, countries that are applying the Schengen policy and also Monaco, San Marino, Andorra and Vatican City, countries that have no immigration control.
Visa waiver applies only to holders of biometric passports.