The leadership of the Romanian Parliament will pay a working visit to the Republic of Moldova
The President of the Chamber of Deputies from Bucharest, Marcel Ciolacu, and the President of the Romanian Senate, Alina Gorghiu, will pay a visit to Chisinau at the beginning of next week.
Joint Commission for European Integration will meet in Chisinau: A resolution will be signed
A resolution on the European integration process of our country will be signed at the 9th Meeting of the Joint Commission for European Integration between the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova and the Parliament of Romania (CCIE), which will take place on March 28 in Chisinau. At the end, CCIE co-presidents, Petru Frunze and Andrei Daniel Gheorghe, will make press statements.
Another deputy leaves the BCS fraction and joins the Movement for the People
The deputy Irina Lozovan is leaving the Bloc of Communists and Socialists (BCS), but also the Party of Socialists from the Republic of Moldova. The announcement was made at midnight on social media. She said that she joins the "Movement for the People", which also includes the Shor Party, but remains an independent deputy.
Vadim Krasnoselski: Tiraspol is ready to work in any format. Reintegration Policy Office says dialogue will continue in "1+1" format
Tiraspol leader Vadim Krasnoselski says the authorities on the left bank of the Dniester are ready to work in any format, just to keep peace in the region. Moreover, he says the OSCE mission has an important role to play in this respect. Representatives of the Reintegration Policy Office in Chisinau also agree, saying that the OSCE mission acts as a mediator in the negotiation process and as a facilitator in maintaining dialogue on neutral platforms. However, at the moment, negotiations can only continue in the "1+1" format, says the Reintegration Bureau.
Marina Tauber says that the authorities in Chisinau would organize military provocations. Daniel Voda: These are false claims, promoting fear and disunity in society
"Șor" Party deputy Marina Tauber came out today in a press conference and declared that the Chisinau authorities would prepare a military provocation in the Transnistrian region. According to the parliamentarian, this alleged action would take place on the second day of Easter, April 17, and would involve the participation of at least 10 thousand Romanian citizens. In response, government representatives say that the information released in the public space by Tauber is nothing but a falsehood and part of a discourse to promote fear and disunity in society.
MFAEI welcomes European Council decisions on support for EU accession process
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration appreciates the decisions of the European Council reaffirming the European Union's continued support for the Republic of Moldova in the accession process.
Igor Grosu, in Bucharest: We are working to make Moldova attractive for investors
The authorities in Chisinau are doing everything they can to make Moldova attractive to investors - to create jobs, stimulate the economy and bring more prosperity to citizens. The message was delivered in Bucharest by Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu at a meeting with American and Romanian investors. The official invited investors to visit Moldova and establish new economic relations.
The EU-Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee adopts a declaration in support of Moldova's European course
Important day for the European future of the Republic of Moldova. Meeting in Brussels, the European Union - Republic of Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee adopted a Declaration, calling for accession negotiations to begin as soon as possible. According to a press release, this should happen after the nine recommendations made to Chisinau by the European Commission are fulfilled by the end of this year.
Klaus Iohannis: The Republic of Moldova will get additional support from the EU
President Klaus Iohannis said on Thursday that through Romania's involvement the Republic of Moldova would receive additional help from the European Union, pointing out that it was "unacceptable for this country to fall prey to disinformation, hybrid attacks and verbal threats from Russia," Agerpres reports.
Dorin Recean: Transnistrian conflict will be resolved only peacefully
The settlement of the Transnistrian conflict will be achieved only by peaceful means, and this is already happening, says Prime Minister Dorin Recean. The Prime Minister told a press conference held with his Romanian counterpart Nicolae Ciucă that Moldova would continue to ensure peace and security in the region and that the country's European course would not be an obstacle to the settlement of the Transnistrian conflict.
Nicolae Ciucă, in Chisinau: In Romania, there is political support at all levels for accelerating Moldova's EU integration process
From education, infrastructure, security, but also on the road to EU accession, Romania has shown that it shows its support for the Republic of Moldova and its citizens. The statements were made by Moldovan Prime Minister Dorin Recean after a meeting with his Romanian counterpart Nicolae Ciucă. For his part, the Bucharest official noted that Romania would continue to support the development of human capital in the Republic of Moldova.
What the chairwoman of the Legal Commission in Bucharest thinks about the situation in the Moldovan justice system: "Strong people must be brought into the system"
Moldovan MPs will meet their Romanian counterparts several times this week, demonstrating the close cooperation between the two legislative institutions. This was stated today by Veronica Rosca, Vice-Chair of the Legal, Appointments and Immunities Committee of the Moldovan Parliament, at a joint press conference with Laura Vicol, Chair of the Legal, Discipline and Immunities Committee of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies.