A recognition that the direction of the reforms is the right one


Prime Minister Nicolae Ciucă said that he received “with satisfaction” the report on Romania from the MCV, presented on Tuesday by the European Commission.

“This confirms, for the first time, the fulfillment of the recommendations and objectives of the Mechanism, as was provided for in the Decision establishing the MCV, adopted at the time of Romania’s accession to the EU. For the Government of Romania, this report and the developments it involves encourage us to continue the course established in supporting the independence of justice, the anti-corruption fight, in a sustainable manner and with continued good results, for the benefit of Romanian society. All of these are essential because they meet the expectations of Romanian citizens. Based on today’s report, the monitoring of Romania will take place, just like in the case of the other EU member states, through the General Mechanism at the European level regarding the rule of law”, says Nicolae Ciucă.

The Prime Minister adds that the report is “a recognition” and “a confirmation” at the European level of the fact that the direction of the reforms followed in the last period is the right one.

“Also, since the Commission’s evaluation is not based only on recent developments, but, obviously, on a sustained accumulation of progress that Romania has registered since the establishment of the Mechanism, we have an important recognition of the maturity reached in the functioning of the competent institutions . We did not walk this road alone. I have constantly benefited from the very pragmatic cooperation with European Commission experts. The competent Romanian authorities have maintained a cordial and constructive dialogue with them, which will be continued on the same basis of openness and trust within the European horizontal instruments in the field. 15 years after accession, the conclusions of the report reflect Romania’s efforts and the entry into a logic of consolidating our European status. We remain firmly anchored in Romania’s clear and long-term pro-European vision, a European vision based on unity, democracy, rule of law and values ​​shared equally by all member states, based on the same instruments,” said Prime Minister Nicolae Chick.

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