Moldova's governmental delegation discusses priorities of bilateral agenda in Moscow
17:42 | 08.10.2021 Category: Official
Chisinau, 8 October /MOLDPRES/ - A delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister Vladislav Kulminski, on a working visit to Moscow, has had meetings with Russian Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Andrey Rudenko, Deputy Kremlin Chief of Staff Dmitry Kozak, the head of the Federation Council’s committee international affairs, Grigory Karasin, the government’s communication and protocol department has reported.
At the meetings, the sides made a detailed and constructive exchange of opinions on the entire spectrum of subjects on the agenda of the bilateral relations. Deputy PM Kulminski informed about Moldova’s interest in developing a pragmatic bilateral cooperation, based on mutual respect. Moldova speaks out for an open and constructive dialogue, including on the issues on which we have different positions.
The officials stressed the importance of advancing the political dialogue, including between the foreign affairs ministries and in terms of parliamentary contacts. The sides also discussed the subject on resuming the work of the inter-governmental commission for commercial and economic cooperation.
The officials also ascertained the importance of negotiations, in order to sign the contract on purchasing natural gas.
A special subject was the Transnistrian conflict settlement process.