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Moldova, Georgia to exchange experience on actions carried out in European integration process

15:25 | 24.11.2022 Category: Political

Chisinau, 24 November /MOLDPRES/ - Georgia and Moldova will exchange experience as to the actions carried out in the European integration process. Georgian Foreign Affairs Minister Ilia Darchiashvili today made statements to this effect at a news conference held jointly with Deputy PM, Foreign Affairs and European Integration Minister Nicu Popescu in Chisinau.

The Georgian diplomacy head stressed that the two countries had very good cooperation relations. ‘’The status of future member of the European Union unites us even more in our aspirations and activities. We today discussed the way of coordinating the actions, in order to exchange knowledge on the European integration way. We established the joint agenda of work and the intention to consolidate the economic relations and the ones in the tourism sector. We also discussed the effects of the war in Ukraine. We are solidary with and support the Ukrainian people,’’ Ilia Darchiashvili said.     

For his part, Deputy Prime Minister Nicu Popescu said that the sides today had discussed the common process of accession to the European Union. ‘’Both countries received recommendations on behalf of the European Commission, which we carry out. We discussed the separatism – a problem which regards both states. At the same time, we established that we would hold a forum of business people in next spring,’’ Nicu Popescu said.    

This is the first working visit to Moldova by Georgia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Ilia Darchiashvili. His agenda includes meetings with President Maia Sandu, Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu and Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita.  

 

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