The member states, the European Commission and the European External Action Service (EEAS) support the achievement of the European objectives of the Republic of Moldova, as well as the need to go ahead with the process of domestic democratic reforms, promoted in accordance with the EU acquis, Romanian Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean said in Brussels on Monday. The head of Romanian diplomacy on Monday co-chaired, alongside French Minister for European Affairs Thierry Repentin, the 8th meeting of the Group for European Action of the Republic of Moldova. In this context, Corlatean also met with Natalia Gherman, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova. The Romanian FM said on the sidelines of the Foreign Affairs Council meeting that the Republic of Moldova citizens will be able to travel freely to the European Union in a few months. As for the visa regime for the Romanian citizens who want to travel to third countries, Corlatean told a press briefing hat Romania sent to the European Commission , continuing at the same time the significant bilateral cooperation with the United States.