Moldova will switch to standard or winter time on the last Sunday of October and clocks will be set back one hour, IPN reports. According to the Government’s press service, 3am will become 2am.
According to the Government, the switch takes place in accordance with the UN Economic Commission for Europe’s proposal, simultaneously with the EU member states
In March 2019, the European Parliament voted to scrap the twice-a-year custom of by an hour in spring and autumn by 2021. Member states could choose whether to remain on “permanent summer” or “permanent winter”.