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Moldovan president has meeting with Romanian foreign affairs minister

14:35 | 23.07.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 23 July /MOLDPRES/ - President Maia Sandu Maia Sandu today had a meeting with Romania’s Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu, on a working visit to Moldova, along with a delegation of the Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry, the presidential press service has reported.  

„We discussed the re-launch of the dialogue at the governmental level, after the swearing in office of the new government in Chisinau, as well as the resumption and adaptation of the bilateral programmes on economic development, infrastructure, environment or in the social sector, proceeding from the present context in Moldova and the ambitious programme on the society’s transformation,’’ the Moldovan president said.  

The head of state appreciated the Bucharest authorities’ openness for deepening and strengthening the relation with Moldova, noting that there is a very good cooperation between Moldova and Romania now. ‘’Thus, we can edify a strong and mutually advantageous partnership, based on a sincere dialogue between our countries, a partnership which will provide real solutions to the problems of our citizens, will create opportunities of development and will get us closer even more,’’ Maia Sandu noted.

At the discussions, the Moldovan president thanked the Romanian foreign affairs minister for the substantial support on behalf of Romania in combating the COVID-19 pandemic, especially for the significant donations of vaccine. Today, Moldova received a new consignment of more than 100,000 Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, provided by Romania, which thus becomes the biggest individual donor for Moldova.   



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