Speaker meets representatives of Moldovan diaspora in Greece
13:19 | 21.10.2021 Category: Official
Chisinau, 21 October /MOLDPRES/- Speaker Igor Grosu began visit to the Hellenic Republic on the occasion of the participation in the European Conference of Speakers from the member states of the Council of Europe, the paarliament's communication and public relations department has reported.
Grosu met with Moldovan citizens residing in Greece. He thanked our fellow citizens for their involvement - both in the 2020 and 2021 elections, when they mobilized and voted in large numbers, forming queues from the early hours of the morning.
"Even if they are away from home, people care about what happens at home. I told them that the new Parliament has voted and will vote on laws that clean up the corruption system, laws that allow a favorable business climate, with clear rules, in order to attract foreign investments ", he said.
The meeting focused on Social Security Agreement between the Republic of Moldova and the Hellenic Republic, which was signed a month ago in Chisinau. This is an important document for our citizens who have worked or are working in Greece and which must be ratified as soon as possible.
"We have given them assurances that we will work to help solve the problems facing the diaspora, but at the same time we will build a society and a country in which they want to return. All these are possible if we do them together ", Igor Grosu said.
Also, the speaker participated in a ceremony organized by the Association of the Descendants of the Heroes of the Hellenic Revolution of 1821, during which he was awarded a symbol prize on the 200th anniversary of the Hellenic Revolution.
Igor Grosu held talks with Konstantinos Maravegias, chairman of the parliamentary friendship group between the Hellenic Republic and the Republic of Moldova in the Greek parliament.
Today and tomorrow Grosu will participate in the European Conference of Speakers of the member states of the Council of Europe and will have meetings with counterparts from other countries.