EUBAM and Moldova’s Bureau of Migration and Asylum launched a campaign aimed at foreigner travelers’ awareness of their rights
Moldova’s Bureau of Migration and Asylum this week launched an awareness campaign aimed at foreign travelers to the country. Visitors to the country are being informed on their rights and obligations upon arrival to Moldova.
Besides offering information for foreign citizens who decide to live in the Republic of Moldova, the campaign also informs visitors on their rights to work, receive social protection, start a family and access education.
The EU Border Assistance Mission (EUBAM) partnered the Bureau of Migration and Asylum in the campaign, supporting with the design, printing and distribution of 25,000 leaflets in English, Russian and Romanian.
In 2016 over 4.6 million foreign citizens entered Moldova, an increase of 24.6% on the year before.
The EU Border Assistance Mission (EUBAM) is an advisory, technical body funded by the European Union within the context of the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument. IOM acts as its implementing partner.