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European Commissioner for Transport appreciates agenda promoted by Moldovan authorities

14:27 | 26.11.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 26 November /MOLDPRES/ - Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu today had a meeting with European Commissioner for Transport Adina Valean, on a visit to Moldova, the parliament’s communication and public relations department has reported.   

In the beginning, Igor Grosu referred to the Moldovan parliament’s priorities and thanked the EU institutions for the constant support provided to efforts of advancement on all dimensions.   

”The European Union has always been by the side of our citizens and now, more than ever, we felt this support, having the pandemic crisis and the energy one. In this respect, I offer sincere thanks for the financial support, as well as the technical one. At the same time, the Moldovan authorities closely cooperate with EU in the process of advancement of the key reforms, such as justice, combating corruption, economic development,’’ the speaker said.   

Another important subject discussed deals with the development of roads’ infrastructure. In the context, the parliament speaker stressed that the investments in this sector were extremely important and would contribute to the creation of better conditions for the citizens, business environment and the commercial relations.   

The officials reviewed also aspects from the transports field. In particular, they referred to the speeding up of a string projects in the railway, sea and aviation sectors.  

Adina Valean reconfirmed the EU’s support for Moldova. She appreciated the agenda promoted by the Moldovan authorities and namely the orientation to the European values and advancement of the country’s modernization process.  

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