Republic of Moldova, bankrupt, but with its tail up
Nicu Popescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Moldova, who studied in Moscow and Budapest, recalled that the official language is Romanian and hints that this would make it easier to integrate into the European Union, although the neighboring state is always in food . .
At the same time, geography, but also the fact that we have the same culture and language as Romania, shortens the road of the Republic of Moldova to Europe, says Deputy Prime Minister Nicu Popescu, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the second Romanian state.
“Our connection with Romania also means that our language is also an official language in the EU. This means that European legislation is already translated into Romanian and our path to Europe is shorter than in the case of the other countries in the EAP (Eastern Partnership-No), which have to translate these laws.
At the same time, if we do not look at the trade statistics, we will see again that the Republic of Moldova is the state with the highest degree of integration of our economy on the European market “, said recently the head of the Moldovan diplomacy.
“We hope that Moldova will join the EU. To achieve this, we need to strengthen state institutions, fight corruption and modernize the economy, “he said, adding that his state expects the December EPA summit or reconfirms EU support for the area.
However, compared to other countries that were invited to join the EU, such as Serbia in 2009, the Republic of Moldova does not even enjoy this status. In the case of Serbia, 12 years have passed since then and it is not clear when this will happen.
The Republic of Moldova is still a member of the CIS, as well as in the PaE, but still fails to get out of the food.
In the case of the Republic of Moldova, still a member of the CIS, along with Belarus, Uzbekistan or Tajikistan, things are even more complicated. Fellow states in the EEA, Georgia and Ukraine, have been leaving the CIS for some time in order to have a clear path to possible European integration, without interference from the Kremlin.
Nicu Popescu’s statements would also excite the unionists.
The position of Deputy Prime Minister Nicu Popescu was also strengthened on December 1 by Maia Sandu, the president of the second Romanian state, who had a very warm message on the occasion of Romania’s National Day.
Maia Sandu says that the two states are linked by spirit, but she does not forget that the rapprochement must be strengthened by material deeds.
“On Romania’s National Day, we thank you for your friendship and for all the good things we have done and will do together! The historical past binds us, it does not bind the common culture and the Romanian language, and in front of us we have a future that may not come even closer. We will do it through the people who have found their purpose on one side or the other of the Prut, through mutual investments, through roads and bridges “, Maia Sandu transmitted on Facebook.
Also, Maia Sandu shows that Romania is for the Republic of Moldova a state of a person whose generosity depends.
“Dear Romania, for your birthday, you want to stay strong and generous. To be a distinct voice in the world and in a united Europe, and a model country for which democracy and the well-being of the people are fundamental. Let’s move forward together.
Happy Birthday Romania! Happy birthday, dear Romanians! ”
Brother, brother, but in the end, it’s all about interest!
The twisted neck policy is what has characterized the state on the left bank of the Prut, more than 30 years since its declaration of independence. When it comes to addressing Western partners, the Republic of Moldova suddenly reminds itself of Romania.
But when looking Russia’s goodwill, The Republic of Moldova respects the wishes of the citizens and who do not like the reunion with Romania and declares itself for the independence of the state.
This was stated by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova, Nicu Popescu, in an interview given to the radio station “Эхо Москвы”, following a recent visit to Moscow, Noi.md reports.
To the question of the presenter, Alexei Venediktov, “What do you think about the union of Moldova with Romania?”, Nicu Popescu answered: “The majority of the population of the Republic of Moldova does not want union with Romania. We are emerging from that political mandate… I am not just Nicu Popescu, I am the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Moldova, of an independent state. ”
Courage defined the elites who made history. He who hides behind the voice of many, but without memory, to justify his helplessness, risks losing everything.
Maia Sandu acknowledged that the Republic of Moldova has lost 1 million employees in 30 years.
In addition to the twisted neck defect between West and East, the foreign minister also added pride.
The fact that the Republic of Moldova is independent, but in bankruptcy, according to the mandate received by the PAS.