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Moldovan president to visit Germany

12:31 | 17.05.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 17 May /MOLDPRES/- President Maia Sandu will pay an official visit to Berlin on 19-20 May. It is following an invitation of President of the Federal Republic of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, aimed at giving a new impetus to bilateral relations between the two states, the presidential press service has reported.

On the first day of the visit, on 19 May Maia Sandu will have a meeting with President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier, after which the two heads of state will hold a press conference. In the afternoon, Maia Sandu will have a discussion with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Also, Maia Sandu will participate in hearings on the Republic of Moldova in the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs and in the Committee on European Affairs, and will have meetings with deputies from the factions CDU / CSU, SPD, Green Party of the Bundestag.

In Berlin, Maia Sandu will discuss several topics, such as: improvement of bilateral relations between Germany and Moldova, political and security situation in the country and the region, support we need to mitigate the consequences pandemic, stronger economic cooperation, improving conditions for the Moldovan diaspora in Germany.

Also, Maia Sandu will participate in a public discussion entitled Moldova - a new beginning, organized by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. This will be preceded by a meeting with Mr Norbert Lammert, President of the Foundation and Gerhard Wahlers, deputy secretary.

The Moldovan delegation includes Cristina Gherasimov, presidential adviser on foreign policy and Veaceslav Negruța, economic adviser.

 

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