Josep Borell, at the Schuman Forum: We are preparing a civilian mission in the Republic of Moldova to strengthen the country's capacity against hybrid threats
The European Union is currently preparing a civilian mission for the Republic of Moldova with the aim of supporting this country in dealing with hybrid threats, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, said on Tuesday. In a keynote speech at the Schuman Forum for Defense and Security, Borrell spoke about the importance of partnerships in the strategic motto for security and defense of the European Union, giving the example of military operations and missions, but also the EU's civilian missions.
The situation in the Republic of Moldova could be discussed at the next meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council
The situation in the Republic of Moldova could be discussed at the next meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council. This proposal was made by the head of diplomacy from Bucharest, Bogdan Aurescu, at the meeting of foreign affairs ministers from EU member states - the Foreign Affairs Council, held yesterday in Brussels. Bogdan Aurescu emphasized the need to increase the assistance of the European Union for strengthening the resilience and security of the Republic of Moldova and the general support for the advancement of the accession process. The Romanian foreign minister also referred to the importance of the rapid establishment of the civilian mission of the European Union in the Republic of Moldova.
Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will sign two agreements in Moscow
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping continue talks in Moscow today, economic cooperation being the focus of attention on the second day of the Beijing leader's visit to Russia, reports Agerpres.
Biden signs bill declassifying US intelligence on the origins of Covid-19
U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday signed a bill that requires Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines to declassify information related to the origins of COVID-19, the White House said, Reuters reports.
Igor Dodon's lawyers escape fines. Another court panel of the CSJ annulled the court's conclusions
Former president Igor Dodon's lawyers will no longer pay court fines. Another court panel from the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) annulled the court's decisions by which these sanctions were applied to them. This was announced today by the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office.
The number of cases of viruses, flu and COVID-19 in schools and kindergartens is decreasing
More than 8,500 cases of viruses, flu and COVID-19 were registered in schools and kindergartens in the country during the past week, according to the data presented today by the Ministry of Education and Research, which states that the figures are decreasing compared to the period 6-13 March, when more than 9,000 infections were reported.
Nicu Popescu: The Republic of Moldova is preparing a list of 25 people who will be sanctioned for violating human rights in Ukraine
The Republic of Moldova started to gradually join the sanctions imposed by the European Union on the Russian Federation for aggression against Ukraine and will sanction more Russian citizens "in a few weeks", announced the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nicu Popescu, in an interview with Radio Free Europe.
Parliament Speaker of the Republic of Latvia is coming to Chisinau
The Parliament Speaker of the Republic of Latvia Edvards Smiltēns will be on an official visit to the Republic of Moldova from March 21 to 23, reads a press release from the Legislative. The Latvian official will have meetings with the country's leadership - the president of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, the Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu, the Prime Minister Dorin Recean and other officials.
Poland is installing a barbed wire fence and anti-tank barriers on the border with the Kaliningrad region
Poland is strengthening its border with the Russian Federation: the Poles have installed a barbed wire fence and anti-tank barriers on the border with the Kaliningrad region. The fence is two and a half meters high and three meters wide. This action was taken following Russia's attacks in Ukraine.
Supreme Security Council meets to discuss the emergency situation in justice field
The members of the Supreme Security Council are meeting today, starting at 1 p.m. to discuss the emergency situation in the judiciary. The decision was taken by the president of the country, Maia Sandu, after the General Assembly of Judges postponed the appointment of the members of the Superior Council of Magistracy (CSM).