Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Friday reported that there will certainly be a new joint meeting of the Romanian Government with the Moldovan Government, as his Moldovan counterpart agreed, adding that for the time being there is no date set for it, and Tulcea is a potential venue for the meeting.
“There will certainly be a joint meeting with the Republic of Moldova’s Government. I have invited the new prime minister, who said yes. (…) There has been such a meeting in Iasi, Romania, followed by another one in Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova. The next should be in Bucharest, but I did not hesitate to suggest Tulcea, and they were glad,” Ponta said Friday in Tulcea.
He added that there is currently no date set for the joint governmental meeting. “I told them to hurry up as good weather lasts,” said Ponta.
On Thursday, on the occasion of Moldova’s National Day, Ponta paid a working visit to Chisinau on an invitation from his Moldovan counterpart Valeriu Strelet.
Ponta and a ministerial retinue arrived in Tulcea at noon and embarked on the Naiada ship of the Tulcea County Council.
Later in the day, Ponta said in a Facebook post that the Danube Delta remains an ideal place for teambuilding with the Cabinet members to prepare the public policies for the remaining of the year.