Which institutions are responsible for national security and safety in the Republic of Moldova?

National security and safety are vital for a country that aims to provide its citizens with a secure and stable environment for development and prosperity. Here are the structures and institutions responsible for national security, defense, and safety in the Republic of Moldova:

  1. Supreme Security Council (CSS) – an advisory body that analyzes the activities of ministries and departments related to national security and provides recommendations on foreign and domestic policy issues of the state.
  2. National Army – ensures national defense by preventing and countering military threats and aggression against the country based on principles of sufficiency and modernization.
  3. The General Inspectorate of Carabinieri (IGC) maintains, ensures, and restores public order, protects critically important objectives, and prevents and combats terrorism.
  4. The Intelligence and Security Service (SIS) protects citizens, society, and the state from risks and threats to national security.
  5. The General Police Inspectorate (IGP) maintains, ensures, and restores public order and security, prevents and combats crimes and offenses.
  6. The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (IGSU) ensures the protection of the population and property in cases of natural and ecological disasters, accidents, and catastrophes, as well as outbreaks, fires, and epidemics.
  7. The General Border Police Inspectorate carries out the state’s policy in the field of integrated state border management, prevention, and combating.

Strong and resilient public institutions signify a strong state and protected individuals who can be secure in the present and future of their families and our common country.


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