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Moldovan diaspora

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

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  3. ^ [1] Istituto nazionale di statistica latest figures at 131,000 on Dec 31st 2010.
  4. ^ Spain 2011 Census
  5. ^ 15.000 de cetateni moldoveni traiesc in Romania | Ziarul Financiar
  6. ^ Ethnic composition, religion and language skills in the Republic of Kazakhstan
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  8. ^ http://www.statistics.gr/portal/page/portal/ESYE/BUCKET/A1605/Other/A1605_SPO15_TB_AN_00_2006_07_F_EN.pdf
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  10. ^ 2000 Census
  11. ^ Belarus Census 2011
  12. ^ PMLP - Iedzīvotāju reģistrs
  13. ^ Lithuanian Census 2011
  14. ^ 5.01.00.03 Национальный состав населения
  15. ^ Estonian Census 2011
  16. ^ Statistics for Sweden (Swedish
  17. ^ ҲАЙАТИ МИЛЛӢ, ДОНИСТАНИ ЗАБОНҲО ВА ШАҲРВАНДИИ АҲОЛИИ ҶУМҲУРИИ ТОҶИКИСТОН ҶИЛДИ III
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