Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu met Republic of Moldova Parliament Chair Andrian Candu on Wednesday; the Romanian official took the opportunity to voice his support for further progress of the authorities in Chisinau, 'firstly as regards the strict application of the Association Agreement with the European Union, so that the Republic of Moldova preserves its advanced status within the E
Energy Minister Andrei Gerea and Republic of Moldova Economy Deputy Minister Valeriu Triboi, coordinator of the energy sector, on Tuesday talked about completing the necessary projects for the interconnection of the natural gas and electricity networks of Romania and the Republic of Moldova, shows a Energy, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and Business Environment Ministry release.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bogdan Aurescu, on Monday stated that the upcoming Riga Summit would also be a very good occasion for the Government in Chisinau to come up with a progress report, since the Summit is scheduled to take place in late May, when the new Executive in the Republic of Moldova will mark almost 100 days since validation.
The Republic of Moldova remains a major priority on Romania's agenda, including from the standpoint of the preparations for the Eastern Partnership Summit of Riga, Secretary of State for European Affairs George Ciamba said on Wednesday, during a meeting with Republic of Moldova Foreign Affairs and European Integration Deputy Minister Iulian Groza.
The Moldovan minister of Foreign Affairs, deputy premier Natalia Gherman said she is absolutely certain that the projects for the Republic of Moldova's getting European and modern will be voted by all the political parties as soon as they will be tabled in the Chisinau Parliament.
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President Klaus Iohannis on Wednesday welcomed at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace Moldovan Deputy Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Natalia Gherman, with the Moldovan Minister reasserting on the occasion the determination of the Chisinau Government to carry on along the country's pro-European track.
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During a two-day official visit to neighbouring Moldova, Romania's new President, Klaus Iohannis, said Romania remains an "anchor of stability in the region" as well as a "partner of neighbouring Moldova and Ukraine on their path to Europe".