The bonds between Romania and the Republic of Moldova are more than special, on Friday said Prime Minister Mihai Tudose, on his first visit to Chisinau since the commencement of premiership.
“In Chisinau – the bonds between Romania and the Republic of Moldova are more than special, a feeling sensed by the whole delegation. We are expecting for an extremely good visit!” Mihai Tudose wrote on his Facebook page.
In the debut of his visit to the Republic of Moldova, the Romanian Premier had a private conversation with his Moldovan counterpart, Pavel Filip, followed by talks in the plenum of the two governmental delegations. A joint press conference is soon-to-be delivered.
Mihai Tudose’s official delegation includes the Deputy Premier Sevil Shhaideh, Minister of Regional Development, the Deputy Premier Marcel Ciolacu, the Justice Minister, Tudorel Toader, the Delegate Minister for European Affairs, Victor Negrescu, the Romanian ambassador in Chisinau, Daniel Ionita and the State Secretary in the Internal Affairs Ministry, Dr. Raed Arafat.
The managing directors of Transgaz and Transelectrica, Ion Sterian and Corina Popescu are also present in Chisinau.
PM Tudose pays one-day visit to Chisinau to meet counterpart Filip and Parliament President’s Candu
Prime Minister Mihai Tudose is paying a one-day visit to the Republic of Moldova on Friday, where he is scheduled to meet his counterpart in Chisinau Pavel Filip and President of Parliament Andrian Candu.
According to the scheduled announced by the Executive’s Press Office, in the first part of the visit, PM Tudose will have a tete-a-tete meeting with Pavel Filip, followed by discussions in the plenary of the two governmental delegations. At the end of these discussions it’s scheduled a joint conference of the two prime ministers.
Afterwards, the head of the Executive in Bucharest is to attend, in the Great National Assembly Square, Chisinau, the donation ceremony of 96 school minibuses, granted by Romania’s Government to authorities of the Republic of Moldova.
The visit includes a working lunch offered by the Moldovan PM, in the honor of Romania’s Prime Minister.
At noon, Mihai Tudose is to meet the President of the Republic of Moldova’s Legislative, Andrian Candu, at the headquarters of Parliament in Chisinau.
In a phone conversation on Thursday with President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Romania’s Prime Minister Mihai Tudose said that Romania will continue its assistance programmes to the Republic of Moldova and its support for Moldova’s pro-European path, official sources tell AGERPRES.
According to the quoted sources, Tudose told Tusk that Romania will continue to be the most involved EU member state in persuading Moldova to keep on its European road.