Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Crisis cell at Moldovan embassy in Israel reactivated

The crisis cell at the Moldovan embassy in Israel has been reactivated. It comes against the backdrop of the escalating security situation in the Middle East.

So far, our diplomats in Tel Aviv have not received any requests from Moldovan citizens. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) informs that, through the embassy, it has sent recommendations to their compatriots. Officials maintain contact with them through hotlines.

On 15 April, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) warned against traveling to Israel.

“Due to the worsening security situation in the Middle East, the Foreign Ministry issues a travel warning in connection with the unstable security situation in Israel. Thus, the authorities recommend that Moldovan citizens avoid non-essential travel to this country. Security and stability in the area may be disrupted indefinitely,” the ministry said.

In this regard, the authorities advise to closely follow news and information provided by the authorities, including the Foreign Ministry and the diplomatic mission in Tel Aviv. These sources can provide updates on the situation in the area and possible additional security measures.


“The Ministry urges citizens to be responsible, cautious, to put personal safety first, to follow instructions, and rules set by the authorities, and to avoid unnecessary risks. At the same time, citizens are advised to maintain contact with the Israeli Embassy,” the Foreign Ministry said in an official statement.

For more information and consular assistance, citizens can contact the Information Center, which can be reached at the following phone numbers: 0 80 090 990 – free of charge from a landline from anywhere in Moldova or at the number: +373 22 23 20 02. Individuals can also contact the Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in the State of Israel – Leonardo Da Vinci 21, Tel Aviv, Israel; +972 3-523-2000;; Citizens can also send a message: by e-mail to

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