Chisinau, Dec 1 /Agerpres/ - The Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Pavel Filip, participated on the November 30, at the reception organized in Chisinau on the occasion of the National Day of Romania.
Moldovan officials intend to "cross the Prut" with the Unirii (Union) Motorway running from Targu Mures to Iasi in Romania and on to Ungheni in Moldova, which they want to further extend to reach Chisinau, Moldova's capital city.
Moldova's pro-Russian President, Igor Dodon, has called on all members of the huge Moldovan diaspora in Russia to vote in the next Moldovan elections on February 24, 2019, whether or not they have issues with their Russian work and residence permits.
He has promised that Moscow will turn a blind eye to such problems if they come home to vote.
Home to some 700,000 inhabitants, Moldova's capital, Chisinau, may not be the most aesthetically pleasing of European capitals, but its unique mix of brutalist architecture, modern high-rises and plenty of green space give it a charm of its own.
The pro-European road is the only solution for the Republic of Moldova and for the prosperity of the Moldovan people, Romania's Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Thursday at a joint news conference with her Moldovan counterpart Pavel Filip at the end of a joint meeting of the two national governments.
The Republic of Moldova and Romania have a special relationship, they share "a common linguistic space, a common cultural space, and a common realm of values," Moldovan Prime Minister Pavel Filip said on Thursday in Bucharest.
Bilateral, economic and commercial relations between Romania and the Republic of Moldova need to be boosted, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Thursday at the start of the the two countries' Government sitting.