International Organization of Supreme Audit Institution (INTOSAI) is an international organization of Supreme Audit Institutions in terms of control and external audit of public finances. For more than 50 years, INTOSAI has provided an institutional framework to promote the exchange of knowledge and experience, improving global public external audit and therefore helps to strengthen the image, competences and prestige of different ISA skills on national level and beyond.


The INTOSAI hypothesis, that is fully supported by the Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova is the following: "Experientia mutua omnibus prodest", which means "mutual experience is beneficial for all".

INTOSAI was founded in 1953 at the initiative of Emilio Fernandez Camus, President of the SAI of Cuba, while at present INTOSAI has 192 Full Members and 5 Associated Members. INTOSAI is an autonomous, independent, non-political and non-governmental organization, with special consultative status besides Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.

INTOSAI official working languages are German, English, French, Arabic and Spanish.

The Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova became a member in 1994.


The Court of Accounts is part of the following INTOSAI Working Groups:

  • Working Group on Key National Indicators;
  • Working Group on Public Dept.


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