The MGSN informs: Measures established to manage civil aircraft activity on June 1st- 2nd

In the context of the European Political Community Summit 2023, the Republic of Moldova will host around 50 European heads of state and government and EU officials. 

Thus, taking into account the need to serve state aircraft in close terms and the capabilities of the airport infrastructure with those of the ground handling companies, air operators were informed of the following: 

The airspace of the Republic of Moldova will be declared a temporary restricted area for civil aircraft flights and other airspace use activities from 00:01 a.m. local time on June 1st, 2023 until 07:00 a.m. local time on June 2nd, 2023. Only aircraft carrying official delegations to the European Political Community Summit will be allowed;

Also, during this period of time, only aircraft involved in the official delegations transportation to the second European Political Community Summit will be allowed to park at Chisinau International Airport. 

The organisation of the Summit in the Republic of Moldova was a decision of the Prague EPC meeting in October 2022. At the June 1st event, participants will discuss joint efforts for peace, defence of democracy, strengthening energy interconnection and global security.

The MGSN-EPC includes the communicators from the national public order, security and national defence institutions: Ministry of Internal Affairs with the General Police Inspectorate, Border Police, General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, General Inspectorate for Migration, General Inspectorate of Carabineers, MIA’s Academy ‘Stefan cel Mare’; State Protection and Guard Service; Security and Intelligence Service; Ministry of Defense; General Prosecutor’s Office; Civil Aviation Authority; National Administration of Penitentiaries.

The MGSN-EPC recommends everyone to get informed from official sources.

For further details:
Media Group for Security News

on the European Political Community Summit

Tel: +373 22 255 255 /+373 67 255 255Fax: +373 22 213 016