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Leadership of Moldova's government, parliament shows determination in fulfilling conditions filed by European Commission

15:24 | 17.06.2022 Category: Political

Chisinau, 17 June /MOLDPRES/ - The leadership of the government and parliament showed determination in the process of advancing in the carrying out of the reforms in key sectors, such as: justice, combating corruption and public administration. Statements to this effect were made, after the European Commission had come up with the recommendation to give Moldova the status of country candidate for accession to the European Union.  

Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita stressed that Moldova was by one step closer to the fulfillment of the country project of this generation – accession to the European Union’s family. ‘’Our citizens deserve to live in a country where the human rights and the supremacy of law are fundamental values. We look into the future with confidence and optimism and we are ready to work, in order to get to the standards of the European countries. From now on, we expect a complex and long-lasting process, but which will be aimed at a clear-cut goal – getting the status of EU member. We have every determination to advance on this way, for the benefit of our citizens,’’ the PM said.    

For his part, Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu welcomed the European Commission’s recommendation to give Moldova the status of country candidate for the European Union. ‘’We are aware that we still have much to do, but we are determined,’’ the speaker stressed.  

The European Commission’s College today adopted the opinions on the applications of Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia to become European Union member states. The European Council is to hold a meeting on 23-24 June and adopt a decision on the status of those three countries.


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