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2007ko urtarrilaren 1etik aurrera, Europar Batasuneko, Estatu Batuak, Kanada, Suitza eta Japonia, herritartasuna Moldaviako Errepublika sartu ahal bisa barik.
Frantziako herritartasuna edo transiting bizi Moldavia pasaportea bat eduki behar du.
Pasaportea baliozkotasuna Moldavia lurraldean sartu sarrera-data 6 hilabete baino gehiago izan behar du.
Egonaldiaren epea ez gainditzea 90 seihileko bakoitzeko egun.
Egonaldia baimendutako gehienezko iraupena gainditzen kasuan, isuna da bidaiariaren eta 3 urte inadmissibility inposatutako zerbitzatzen izango da.
Moldovan lurralde data pasaportea jartzen denean mugan zeharkatu zigilu bat erakusten. Bisitari Hegazkina, urrats hau burutu mugan guardia Chisinau aireportuan. Iristean autoz, ziurtatu funtzionarioek gaindiko diren urrats hau burutzeko baimena bakarrak bakarrik pasatzeko.
Kontuz: sarrera Transnistria ez sorrarazten buffer horren aplikazioa, bidaiariaren behartuz, iristerakoan, bere egoera arautu Chisinau migrazioa bulegoan.
2001eko irailaren 1etik, Moldovan agintariek eskatzen Moldavia aurkezpena, dirutan, US $ 250 (edo bihurgarriak moneta baliokidea) gutxienez Errepublika egonaldia nahi duten atzerritarrak. Kreditu-txartelak ez dira baliabideen froga. Zenbateko horretatik ez aurkezteko Moldavia lurraldean sartu sarrera ukatzea.
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5293 - One of the key things I've noectid from talking with friends and just watching people in general is whether you want to grow your own audience or lease it, you need to have something people not only want, but will come back for and you have to find a way to get it in front of them in a way they understand and connect with it. In this day and age there is so much competition for attention that without providing real value, people will leave. In the end you have to find out why someone would care about what you have. It can be emotional, educational, informative, stimulating or even offensive, but if it doesn't do something for them, then they'll leave. When someone goes to a site they ask; whether they realize it or not, Why should I care? and we need to be ready with the answer fast, or they're gone. You can come up with the cure for cancer, but if you leave it locked away in a cave in the middle of the desert, for all extents and purposes you still have nothing. Traditional media companies have become too comfortable with being the know-it-all in the community and telling people what is and isn't important. Between the technology readily available today and the general social attitude, that is not the case anymore. In fact, companies that take that approach are often considered as out dated and/or promoting an agenda. Without connection, promotion and communication you're sunk. People may argue, We'll the community looks to us as an authority , honestly, for the most part no they don't which is why they see declining subscription and audience numbers. The audience that they still have (which is older) may have money, but they are literally dying off or getting on the digital JR Maglev with everyone else. Look at it like this, the majority of people today that read say a newspaper are 55+, but that's a sliding scale. In 20 years, the people that are 35 now and are fully on the tech train will be 55+. They are not going to start picking up a newspaper because they've suddenly hit a certain age. In 20 years or so print will be a luxury, not a necessity. In 20 years when I ask my kid to give me a book, odds are she'll ask me if I want it beamed, e-mailed, downloaded or whatever they're doing then. For her a book will automatically be considered electronic. When I tell her to hand me a book she'll probably say something like, Oh you mean a printed one? . People care about the message more than the medium. Here are a couple examples. Stories went from being told and remembered, to being written on scrolls by scribes and monks, to the printing press to digital (might have missed a few steps the the gist is there). Second example: Music. Minstrel to phonograph, to record, to eight track, to cassette to CD to straight digital. And if you want to look at video, good luck finding a retailer that carries a VCR tape anymore. It just seems like it media companies have to give people what they want in a format they like (bait the hook with a worm and not sandpaper), find a way to make sure people will see it (fish where the fish are) and give them a reason to come back (chum the water). A friend show me a recent poll in Time Magazine where 69% of the participants felt they could readily find a substitute for the newspaper if it were to go away. He also went on to say, This number is only going to rise if we don’t find a way to become a significant player in meeting the informational needs of “People”.i.e. we don’t have to figure out a way to save Newspapers (the media), we have to figure out how to get valuable information to people and that is a job we have done for many years, we just have to focus more on the job and less on one particular media. Interesting topic, thanks for putting it out there!