04.06. The Cabinet of Ministers has decided to ease the quarantine from June 5, allowing catering establishments to work fully, churches to worship, people over 60 to leave their homes, and airlines to operate domestic flights.
04.06. The International Monetary Fund will consider a new loan program for Ukraine totaling $ 5 billion on June 9. The first tranche is expected to be $ 1.9 billion.
04.06. Moldova may suffer from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic much more than other European countries. A serious blow to the country's economy will be a sharp reduction in the volume of remittances from Moldovans working abroad. According to IOM, 27 percent of Moldovans of working age work abroad. In 2019, their remittances amounted to 16 percent of the country's GDP.