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Moldovan PM says reforms' agenda ambitious, bold

14:20 | 06.12.2021 Category: Political

Chisinau, 6 December /MOLDPRES/ - It is crucial for Moldova’s citizens, as well as for the development partners to have confidence in the state’s institutions, which must have predictability and stability in the policies promoted. Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita today made statements to this effect at a news briefing held jointly with Deputy Director-General of the Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations Katarina Mathernova, after a meeting at the government.     

The PM noted that ‘’one of the principal priorities of the cabinet’s reforms’ agenda remains to be the justice reform, which will contribute to the strengthening of our institutions, making them more efficient, more transparent and more open for citizens,’’   

„Our agenda of reforms is ambitious and bold. Under the Association Agreement with the European Union and the one on the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area with EU, we have already a clear-cut agenda for the next four years and we fully commit to implement all measures needed for modernizing our country, based on the best European practices,’’ the prime minister said.   

Natalia Gavrilita also said that ‘’the sides discussed the active role Moldova is willing to have within the Eastern Partnership, especially within the Associated Trio. Or the Eastern Partnership Summit due this month is an excellent opportunity to continue the discussions in various formats, on the political and economic dimension,’’ the PM specified.         

For her part, Katarina Mathernova stressed that ‘’she has the feeling that the dynamic of development unfolds quite quickly in Moldova, taking into account all events from the last period.’’ ‘’Since my last visit to Chisinau, you have faced an energy crisis and I am happy to confirm that we were by your side and we were able to help you. We helped you concretely, which shows that Moldova matters for the European Union,’’ the European official said.     

“We will continue this dialogue. The Moldovan government has come up with a quite clear agenda of reforms. Or, despite the crisis – pandemic, energy, you fulfill your commitments, which means that we can enhance our assistance in continuation, just as we do it at present,’’ Deputy Director-General of the Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations Katarina Mathernova, on a working visit to Chisinau, added.   


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