The Moldovian language falls into the Balkan-Romanic sub-group of the Romance languages. The contemporary linguists, referring to the language criteria do not put it into a separate group. Dacian-Romanian language is considered its dialect.
The contemporary Moldovian writing is based on the Latin alphabet and only a competent translator can understand all refinements of this writing and prevent future mistakes. So if you need such a service, especially related to documents, it is highly recommended that you contact the respective specialists.
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The idea that the Moldovian is different than the Romanian language is strongly encouraged in the Moldovian autonomous soviat socialist republic (founded in 1924). This includes the use of Cyrillic for writing. In 1932 the writing is officially changed to Latin and the spelling becomes identical to the standard Romanian. The trend is changed in 1938 when the Cyrillic writing is announced official again.
The contemporary Moldovian writing is based on the Latin alphabet and only a competent translator can understand all refinements of this language and prevent future mistakes. So if you need such a service, especially if it is related to documents, it is highly recommended that you contact the respective specialists.