The President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, and the Head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, had a meeting in Brussels. The two political leaders spoke about the European integration of the Republic of Moldova.
“We emphasized that for us, European integration is not an abstract term. It is a work plan to build a state with functional, strong institutions and to improve the situation in the country through concrete cooperation projects (…) The citizens of the Republic of Moldova have been convinced for many years that the European Union has always been by of us, both in good times and in worse. Cooperation with the EU has brought and continues to bring concrete benefits to our citizens. The Free Trade Area with the EU has allowed for increased trade, job creation at home in our country, and increased Moldova’s resistance to both domestic and foreign economic shocks. Cooperation with the EU is essential for our country, both in terms of strengthening institutions and in mitigating the effects of the economic crisis “, Maia Sandu announced on Facebook.
An important topic of discussion was the vaccination of Moldovan citizens.
“We discussed the importance of faster access to anti-Covid-19 vaccines for the citizens of the Republic of Moldova and the need to provide the health system with protective equipment, the importance of financial assistance for our country in the coming years, and the Eastern Partnership for our closeness to European values and standards. Ms. Ursula von der Leyen assured us that we can continue to rely on all the support from the EU both regarding the vaccination of our citizens and with reference to the continuous financial assistance to implement the planned reforms “, Maia Sandu also revealed.
Maia Sandu and Ursula von der Leyen also talked about how farmers and entrepreneurs affected by the Covid crisis and the drought can be helped, but also about the fight against corruption that Moldovan citizens want.
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