Moldovan diaspora

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The Moldovan diaspora is a diaspora of Moldovan ancestry, including, depending on definition, ethnic Moldovans or citizens of Moldova of any ethnic origin. Very few of them have settled in other parts of the world, but there is a significant number of them in some countries, mostly in the former Soviet Union, Italy, Spain, Romania, Portugal, Greece, Canada and the United States.

List of countries with Moldovan diaspora[edit]

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