Republic of Moldova, Republica Moldova, Respublika Moldova, Moldova Respublikasi
3,558,000 (2014 census)
No population results from Transnistria, which unilaterally declared independence from Moldova in 1990, recognized only by Russia and other breakaway territories
98% (2010 UNESCO)
Belarusan (20,000), Crimean Tatar (1,860), Hungarian, Standard German (7,000), Tatar, Vlax Romani
The number of individual languages listed for Moldova is 10. All are living languages. Of these, 3 are institutional, 4 are developing, and 3 are vigorous.
See full country report.