“Chancellor Olaf Scholz talked today with the President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu. The meeting focused on exchanging ideas on the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine and on the effects of the conflict on the Republic of Moldova”, announces the Government of Germany, according to a statement posted on the website . own and viewed by the MEDIAFAX agency.
“The chancellor emphasized that the Government of Germany and the European Union will continue to offer support to the Republic of Moldova,” states the Government in Berlin.
“Today I had a meeting with Olaf Scholz, the Chancellor of Germany. I thanked him for supporting Germany and for the vote of confidence in favor of our status as a candidate for integration into the European Union, as well as for the help he gives us to make against the consequences of Russia’s war in Ukraine. We discussed the deepening of relations between the Republic of Moldova and Germany in the fields of energy, economy and security,” Maia Sandu said via Twitter.
Maia Sandu also had a meeting with the German Minister of Development, Svenja Schulze, who announced, according to the Tagesschau.de website, additional assistance in the amount of 60 million euros intended for the Republic of Moldova, to deal with the energy crisis.