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September 16, 2019

PM Dancila meets Moldovan counterpart Filip, Parliament Chairman Candu in Chisinau, on Tuesday

Romania’s Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, accompanied by a delegation of Romania’s Government is paying  a visit to Chisinau on Tuesday for a meeting with Prime Minister Pavel Filip and for an official meeting with Chairman of Moldova’s Parliament Adrian Candu.

According to a press statement released by the Romanian Government, the main components of the visit are reconfirming Romania’s support for the European path of the Republic of Moldova, continuing joint projects and strengthening the bilateral economic relations.

“I want to assure Moldovan officials and citizens that Romania will continue to firmly support the Republic of Moldova’s efforts on its European path. Romania’s Government will offer support for boosting the reforms process, including in terms of the priorities taken up by Moldova under its association agreement with the European Union. Our joint projects are meant to contribute to a tighter connection of the Republic of Moldova in the European space and also improve the citizens’ lives,” Dancila is quoted as saying in the statement.

Dancila and her counterpart Filip are scheduled to meet representatives of the Siret-Prut-Nistru Euroregion and inaugurate the Association of Romanian Investors of the Republic of Moldova.

The governmental delegation is  made up of Deputy PM and Minister of Regional Development and Public Administration Paul Stanescu, Economy Minister Danut Andrusca, Healthcare Minister Sorina Pintea.

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