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Committee for State Security of the Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic

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Committee for State Security of the Moldovan Soviet Socialist Republic (Russian: Комитет государственной безопасности Mолдавский ССР), also referred to as the KGB of the MSSR or the CSS of Moldova, was the security agency of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, being the local branch of Committee for State Security of the USSR.[1] On 9 September 1991, the KGB of the MSSR was transformed into the Ministry of National Security (now the Information and Security Service of the Republic of Moldova).[2] Established in 1954, its rights were limited by the early 1960s, with the KGB border guard, once subordinated to the Moldovan KGB, reported directly to party leaders in Moscow. From July 1972 to its disbandment, the KGB was part of the Council of Ministers of the MSSR.[3] From 1940 to 1991, all chairmen of the KGB were army generals. Today, modern Moldovan intelligence services are mostly based on the structure of the KGB, specifically its 5th Division.[4]



  • Leadership (chairman, vice chairs, party committee)
  • Secretariat
  • 1st Division (intelligence)
  • 2nd Division (counterintelligence)
  • 4th Division (secret-political)
  • 5th Division (economic)
  • 7th Division (surveillance)
  • 8th Division (encryption-decryption)
  • 9th Division (protection of party and government leaders)
  • 2nd Special Department
  • 3rd Special Department
  • 4th Special Department
  • 5th Special Department
  • Manufacturing Department
  • Communication Department
  • Investigation Department
  • Archive Department
  • Prison Department
  • Human Resources Department
  • Mobilization Department
  • Auxiliary units

Notable people investigated by the KGB


  • Iosif Mordovets (May 6, 1954 – March 30, 1955)
  • Andrei Prokopenko (March 30, 1955 – July 11, 1959)
  • Ivan Savchenko (1959–1967)
  • Piotr Chvertko (1967–1975)
  • Arkady Ragozin (December 17, 1975 – January 19, 1979)
  • Gavriil Volkov (January 19, 1979 – January 23, 1989),
  • Georgiy Lavranchuk (January 23, 1989 – June 23, 1990),
  • Fyodor Botnar (June 23, 1990 – August 29, 1991)
  • Anatoly Plagara (August 29, 1991)


  1. ^ Brezianu, Andrei; Spânu, Vlad (2010-05-26). The A to Z of Moldova. Scarecrow Press. ISBN 9781461672036.
  2. ^ "КГБ Молдавской ССР". Retrieved 2017-09-18.
  3. ^ Sovetul Suprem, Moldavian S. S. R. (1972-12-28). "Zasedanii︠a︡ Verkhovnogo soveta Moldavskoĭ SSR, stenograficheskiĭ otchet".
  4. ^
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