The Republic of Moldova is the last gas reserve! It will last for a few days
The statement was made after Barna, who received a negative opinion for the MFA, was asked what his position is in the gas crisis in the Republic of Moldova.
“Today, Moldova received an offer from Gazprom five times more than in the contract until September. It is very clear that there is a huge pressure on Moldova that has been reserved for a few days and it is a time when Romania must intervene. The fact that the Iași – Ungheni gas pipeline works is a good thing and we can give them this support, but beyond that – we also welcomed the initiative of Mr. Aurescu, the current Minister of Foreign Affairs, to request European support for gas resources for Moldova, because at the moment they are with their backs to the wall and the partner they can rely on is called Romania “, said Dan Barna at the hearing in the parliamentary commissions.
He also talked about the relationship between Romania and the USA
He also spoke about the development of a lobbying relationship for Romania in the USA.
“The relationship with the USA and the role of consistent strategic partner that we are talking about and we all agree with this cannot be established if we do not develop a real lobbying relationship, a lobbying mechanism of ours in the USA. We have Romanians from the US diaspora in very important institutions, world-class professionals in banks, in the data center, in all the places where it really matters, or that we are not using them as a lobbying resource on what Congress should be. American, on what I use the place where decisions are made, Visa Waiver and the other things we need in relation to the US, it would be much easier to build if we had a lobby not in Hungary, which is very successful in this area , but at least of Poland or of the other states that have a consistent representation of their interest as a state, legitimate interest, in the relationship with the USA “, Dan Barna also said.
We remind you that Dan Barna received a negative opinion from the committees, after 20 votes “against” and 11 “for”.