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Moldova's National Commission for European Integration analyzes progress in carrying out action plan for implementing EU's recommendations

14:50 | 24.11.2022 Category: Official

Chisinau, 24 November /MOLDPRES/ - President Maia Sandu today morning summoned the National Commission for European Integration (CNIE) to a meeting. The participants in the event discussed the progress made as to the carrying out of the action plan for the implementation of the conditions filed in the context of giving Moldova the status of country candidate for EU and established the subsequent priorities of European integration.   

According to the presidential press service, the Commission members analyzed the level of implementation of the decisions taken at the previous meeting, held in last August, when the action plan was approved and the inter-institutional mechanism of coordinating the European integration process was discussed. The participants in the meeting also set more measures which must be carried out till the end of this year and ways of speeding up the progress made on some of the actions.  

The CNIE members found out that, at the moment, eight out of those 35 actions due to be finished till late 2022 had been carried out. In next December, another 11 actions are to be finished, while 16 of them have poor chances to be fulfilled. The action plan for the implementation of the conditions filed in the context of giving Moldova the status of country candidate for EU contains 60 actions in all.    

President Maia Sandu said that it was important that most measures left for 2023 should be adopted and implemented till early next spring, in order to be able to invite the European Commission as quickly as possible to assess the country’s progress. In the context, the head of state noted that more work and more involvement was needed on behalf of all institutions, in order to advance in a sustained pace, despite the current complicated circumstances.  

The meeting’s agenda was also focused on anticorruption measures at all levels through the carrying out of pro-active and efficient inquiries, as well as through getting a reliable review of the criminal prosecutions and convictions. The participants in the meeting also referred to the completion of the reform of public money management, putting emphasis on the improvement of public procurements at all levels of governance. An important aspect discussed was also the fulfillment of the commitment of Moldova’s ‘’de-oligarchization,’’ which is also one of the recommendations made by the European Commission in last June.      

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