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Our country project - Moldova to join EU by 2030 - president says

12:19 | 21.05.2023 Category: Political

Chisinau, May 21. /MOLDPRES/- Our country project is for the Republic of Moldova to join the European Union by 2030. President Maia Sandu made the statement today at European Moldova National Assembly, held in the Great National Assembly Square (PMAN).

The head of state said that integration into the European Union is not only a commitment, but the desire of the people, which is supported by the European partners. "Europe is not a political slogan, it is our people's chance to live in peace, tranquility and plenty. It seems a long way, which requires the work of the whole society and will ensure the future of our children. No one can stand in the way of our development, only the people are masters in our house. Moldova must be a member of the EU in the next seven years. Moldovans must be European not only in values, but also in deeds", said Maia Sandu.

"Today we gathered in PMAN to say that Moldova is European, we want those who live on this land to be free in their homes. In 34 years we have resisted despite all the obstacles, we are a country that deserves its place in the European Union", said Maia Sandu.

Maia Sandu addressed the citizens with messages in Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian, Gagauz and Bulgarian. 

Citizens from all over the country gathered today in the center of the capital at the event. It brought together citizens who want to support the country's European path.

The European Moldova National Assembly is being held today in the Great National Assembly Square in Chisinau and in 33 other European cities. President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola is participating in the event held at the initiative of Maia Sandu.


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