Russia starts limiting its import of meat from Moldova as a reaction to the European Union Association Agreement signed on 27 June.
Sources: Moscow Times
Sources: Moscow Times
Moldova says that Russia has fired missiles over the country at targets inside Ukraine, condemning the missile flyover as a violation of its sovereignty, and also summons the Russian ambassador for an official explanation.
Russian Major general Rustam Minnekayev says that the goal of the military operation is now to seize territory in Southern Ukraine in order to create a land corridor from Crimea to Ukraine's border with Transnistria, a pro-Russian unrecognized breakaway state that is internationally recognized as part of Moldova.
6 people, including 3 children, have been killed and 5 injured in a gas leak explosion in an apartment block in Moscow, Russia.
Moldova and Russian energy firm Gazprom extend their supply contract, following accusations of Russia raising oil prices against Moldova.
The European Union accuses Russia of "weaponizing" gas prices in order to "bully" Moldova after negotiations between the two countries failed following the expiration of a Moldovan contract with Gazprom. The Kremlin denied the accusations.
Supporters of President-elect Maia Sandu gather in Moldova to call for the resignation of the Russia-backed government and a new parliamentary election.
Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov says Russia will "definitely" expel British diplomats.
Romania offers neighboring Moldova a $65 million (60 million euros) loan to help stave off economic collapse and keep the former Soviet Republic on a pro-European course, provided the Moldovan government implements major reforms. Government funds were needed to cover more than $1 billion that "disappeared" from three Moldovan banks in November 2014. In the frigid capital Chișinău, 15,000 people from both the pro-European and pro-Russian sides of the political divide, protested on Sunday against the current government and demanded new elections. Prime Minister Pavel Filip, who took office last week, is the country's sixth PM in a year.
The European Union signs pacts with Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova in a move strongly opposed by Russia.
Russia gives the alleged proof of chemical weapons use by militants in Syria to United Nations Security Council.