Ştefan Muşoiu: ‘Romania supports the Republic of Moldova on the irreversible path for taking the place among the members of the European Union’ – News by sources
Romania supports the Republic of Moldova on the “irreversible” road to occupying the seat among members of the European Union, said the chairman of the European Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies, Stefan Muşoiu, who is on a working visit to Chisinau with a delegation.
“The visit of the country is an opportunity to reconfirm the special relationship between us, and to ensure Moldovan counterparts of openness and support in the processes of transformation, modernization and implementation of reforms in the Republic of Moldova,” Musoiu said in a statement. of the Chamber of Deputies sent on Friday.
He emphasized the importance of interparliamentary cooperation, especially at the level of specialized committees, “as an essential tool in the transfer of expertise and good practice in the field of European affairs”.
Deputies Ana-Maria Cătăuţă, Nicolae Georgescu and Silviu Nicu Macovei are part of the delegation of the Commission for European Affairs, from Thursday to Saturday in Chisinau. The Romanian Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova, Daniel Ioniță, also attended the meetings.
Romanian officials attended the plenary session of the Parliament in Chisinau, had talks with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova Natalia Gavriliţa, with the Vice President of the Parliament in Chisinau, Mihail Popşoi.
The program of the visit also included a joint meeting with counterparts from the Committee on Foreign Policy and European Integration of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova.
On this occasion, Ştefan Muşoiu reaffirmed the firm and consistent support to Romania for the comprehensive reform program of the necessary European Republic of Moldova.
“We welcome the option for European values, which we also support. Only through them can we strengthen the democratic status and improve the lives of Moldovan citizens, who want rapid progress in raising the level of well-being, political stability, modernization of society and the state.” , transmitted. Muşoiu, according to the communiqué, reports Agerpres.ro.
The discussions focused on cooperation at all levels, joint projects of strategic interest, increasing resilience to current and future challenges and boosting the connection of the Republic of Moldova to the European space, the quoted source also shows.
“However, our cooperation is oriented towards the future. We support you and we do not want the Republic of Moldova to succeed in following the irreversible path to occupying the place among the members of the European Union, together with Romania,” Ştefan Muşoiu said, according to the communiqué.