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Moldovan PM meets Greek foreign minister

13:43 | 09.09.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 9 September /MOLDPRES/- Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița had a meeting with Nikos Dendias, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, on a working visit to Moldova. The two officials discussed ways to boost bilateral cooperation in the political, economic and social fields, the government's communication and protocol department has reported.

Natalia Gavrilița reminded that the Republic of Moldova signed the Association Agreement with the European Union in 2014, during the Presidency of the Hellenic Republic of the EU. During that period, the liberalization of the visa regime for Moldovan citizens was achieved and the Association Agreement and the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement were signed.

"Greece offers significant support for the advancement of the Republic of Moldova on the European path. We continue to rely on support for joining the common European space, especially in the field of mobility, transport and connectivity, "said the Prime Minister.

During the discussion, the two officials reviewed the two agreements of major importance for the citizens of the Republic of Moldova who are established or work in Greece:

- bilateral agreement in social security that was signed yesterday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration;

- advance negotiations on the Agreement on the conversion of the final text of driving licenses, which has been approved by the Greek side.

In the context of the desire of both parties to boost economic and trade exchanges, Gavrilița proposed to resume the work of the Moldovan-Greek Intergovernmental Commission for Economic, Trade and Technical-Scientific Cooperation.

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