In the 2004 census, of the 3.38 million people living in Moldova, 60% identified Moldovan as their native language; 16.5% chose Romanian. While 37% of all urban Romanian/Moldovan speakers identified Romanian as their native language, in the countryside 86% of the Romanian/Moldovan speakers indicated Moldovan, a historic holdover. 
The 1989 state language law of the former Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic declared that Moldovan, written in the Latin script, was the sole state language, intending it to serve as a primary means of communication among all citizens of the republic. The law speaks of a common Moldovan-Romanian linguistic identity.
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Moldovan language. Moldovan ( Лимба молдовеняскэ, limba moldovenească) is the official language of Moldova. It is almost the same as Romanian. The main difference is that Moldovan was written in the Cyrillic alphabet because Moldova was part of the Soviet Union until 1989. In 1989, Moldova became its own country and started to ...
The main difference is that Moldovan was written in the Cyrillic alphabet because Moldova was part of the Soviet Union until 1989. In 1989, Moldova became its own country and started to use the Latin alphabet, which is used in Romania. On 5 December 2013, the Moldovan government chose Romanian as the official language.
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Apr 23, 2021 · Moldovan is a variety or dialect of Romanian spoken in Moldova, northeast Romania, Transnistria, Ukraine and Russia. In 2014 there were about 2.2 million speakers in Moldova. There are about 151,000 speakers in Ukraine, mainly in the Odessa region, 96,000 in Russia, and about 156,000 in Transnistria, where the language is known as Moldovan.