The capital of Moldova, Tashkent, has been dubbed the ‘Hotel of the World’ due to its location and quality of its hotels.

Its popularity is on the rise with the country’s tourism industry being booming thanks to its booming population.

Moldova has more than 200 hotels and more than 50 tour operators.

The capital city, Tarnopol, has a top rating of 100.

In terms of tourist arrivals, the capital city of Tashks has more people than the capital of Moscow, with more than 1 million tourists.

But the capital is still the second most popular destination in the world for international tourists with over 5.4 million visitors making its debut in 2016.

The Moldovan capital of Tbilisi has been the most visited destination in Russia, attracting over 5 million visitors in 2016, with the number of foreign visitors continuing to grow.

In the past five years, the number and number of visitors from the United States has also risen, with over 9.5 million visitors visiting Tbilis capital in 2015.

The country has a large number of international tourists, with a high number of people coming from Europe and the US.

Tourism to the Moldovan Capital is Growing, but With More Issues The Moldova Tourism industry is booming, with its popularity increasing by the year due to Moldovan’s rising population.

However, some issues exist.

The first and foremost issue is the health of the country, which is plagued by high levels of disease.

In 2017, Moldova recorded an estimated 17.7 million infections, which means that one in five people in the country is infected with HIV/AIDS.

Moldovan has a high rate of HIV infection, with 80% of people who are infected being between the ages of 15 and 64.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says that one out of every three people in Moldova is infected, which puts the country at the highest risk for the spread of HIV/AIDs.

While the WHO says that the number may be reduced, it has warned that the country still has a long way to go to reach the level of eradication.

The government has also stated that it will not be able to eradicate the spread by itself.

In an effort to fight the disease, the Moldova Government has launched the “Health for All” campaign, which aims to promote public health measures.

This includes the adoption of the Global HIV Strategy 2020, which states that a national HIV strategy is required to fight HIV/aids.

The campaign aims to ensure that people are educated about the disease and get tested to be able avoid infection.

According to the country and the Moldovans Health Ministry, the country currently has 2,974 new HIV diagnoses per day.

However the number is not up to date due to the ongoing pandemic.

There are currently around 200,000 people living with HIV in the capital, Tbilissar, with most of these people living in Tbilizas capital city.

Moldovas government has announced that it is going to increase its investment in HIV and AIDS research, but has yet to give a date.

The Ministry of Health has also announced that the government will increase its support for the fight against HIV/ AIDS, but it does not yet have any specific plans to increase that support.

In addition, the Ministry of Justice has announced it will increase the number for the HIV testing service provided by the National AIDS Program.

In February 2018, the government announced that they are going to expand the countrys National AIDS Service to include the country itself, and also establish a new HIV/ AIDs treatment center in Tashkas capital city to assist the country.

There have also been reports of the government to expand its support to all Moldovs people who live with HIV and AIDs.

With the help of the international community, the authorities have also announced they are planning to create a new center for HIV/ and Aids treatment in Tarmas capital, in addition to creating a new hospital for the country to offer medical treatment.

However in May 2018, this initiative was postponed due to political tensions in the state.