Igor Grosu urged the Moldovans settled in Ireland to stay involved and to support the Republic of Moldova in its European path
The Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu had a meeting in Dublin with a group of Moldovans settled in Ireland. The head of the legislature spoke to them about the priorities for this end of the year and that the Parliament, together with the Government and the Presidency, are working so that, one day, the Republic of Moldova becomes a member country of the European Union, so that our villages and towns look like in European Union.
"For this we need justice reform, good laws for all our people regardless of whether they are at home or in the diaspora, investments, but also unity," said Igor Grosu.
The Parliament Speaker urged the representatives of the diaspora to continue to be involved and to support the Republic of Moldova in its European path, stating that the elections this fall are another important stage on our path to joining the European Union.
The Parliament Speaker of the Republic of Moldova, Igor Grosu, is in Dublin, where he is participating, on September 28-29, in the European Conference of Parliament Presidents from the member states of the Council of Europe.