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Moldovan president meets delegation of US Congress

16:46 | 21.05.2022 Category: Official

Chisinau, May 21 / MOLDPRES /- Today President Maia Sandu had a meeting with a delegation of the US Congress, which was on a working visit to Chisinau. The discussion addressed issues related to security developments in the country and the region, the major economic impact of the Ukrainian war on Moldova and Moldovan-US bilateral relations, the presidential press service has reported.

The head of state thanked the United States for the close cooperation between our countries, for the modernization projects of the Republic of Moldova carried out with American support and for supporting the democratic processes. The President also thanked for the additional support announced by the USA in the context of the war in Ukraine, already received in Chisinau. Members of the US Congress expressed their appreciation for the reaction of the authorities and for the involvement of Moldovan citizens in the refugee crisis in Ukraine. They assured that the United States will be with Moldova in mitigating the consequences of the war, in economic recovery and in ensuring energy security. They welcomed the reforms undertaken by the governing team and stressed, in context, the importance of cleaning up the judiciary and fighting corruption.

Maia Sandu said that despite the difficulties the country is going through, reforms remain a priority, especially in the context of our European path. She said she wanted to step up bilateral co-operation between Moldova and the United States, including through the development of trade relations, and that she relied on US support for modernizing the country in the fight against corruption and strengthening democracy.

Photo: Presidency

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