Moldova in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest
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Moldova entered the Junior Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 2010.
|National selection events||National Final|
|Best result||6th: 2011|
|Worst result||11th: 2013|
|Moldova's page at Eurovision.tv|
| For the most recent participation see|
Moldova in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013
On 30 June 2010, TRM announced its debut in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. They were the first country making its debut since Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia and Lithuania debuted in 2007. Since 2010 Moldova took part four times in the contest (including 2013).
In 2014, there were rumours about Denis Midone's return to the competition, who had previously represented Moldova in the 2012 contest. Had Moldova sent Denis to Junior Eurovision, his entry would have been the song "Spune Mi Ceva (Chemistry)", but since any possible Junior Eurovision participation were not confirmed by TRM, Moldova withdrew from the contest, and Denis Midone did not return.
|2010||Ștefan Roșcovan||"Ali Baba"||Romanian, English||8||54|
|2011||Lerika||"No, No"||Romanian, English||6||78|
|2012||Denis Midone||"Toate vor fi"||Romanian, English||10||52|
|2013||Rafael Bobeica||"Cum să fim"||Romanian, English||11||41|
|Did not participate from 2014 to present|
Commentators and spokespersonsEdit
|2010||Rusalina Rusu||Paula Paraschiv|
|2014-2019||No broadcast||Did not participate|
- "Exclusive: Moldova plans to debut at Junior Eurovision". escdaily. 2010-06-30. Archived from the original on 2011-02-18. Retrieved 2010-06-30.
- García, Belén (2 June 2014). "Junior Eurovision:Denis Midone (2012) wants to come back for Moldova". esc-plus. Retrieved 2 June 2014.
- Moldova in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest Official EBU Page