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Moldovan parliament speaker, vice president of German Bundestag discuss subjects of common interest

16:13 | 16.02.2024 Category: Official

Chisinau, 16 February /MOLDPRES/ - Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu today discussed topical subjects and of common interest with Vice President of the German Bundestag Katrin Göring-Eckardt. The Moldovan speaker highlighted the active cooperation between the parliamentary friendship groups from the two countries, which allows discussions and exchanges of opinions on diverse subjects, the parliament’s communication and public relations department has reported.      

„The justice reform, the combating of fakes and the fight against the oligarchs represent also a commitment given to the citizens, as well as a commitment on our European integration way. The parliament is fully committed to completely fulfill all the three left recommendations of the European Commission,’’ Igor Grosu said. 

The parliament speaker stressed that Germany’s experience was useful. The officials agreed on the two countries to cooperate in combating the phenomenon of misinformation. At the same time, the parliament speaker reviewed the projects through which Germany, in the last three years, had backed the efforts of Moldova’s transformation in such sectors as the good governance, regional development, agriculture, energy efficiency, defence and public order. In the context, Igor Grosu voiced gratitude that, starting from 1 May, a German low cost air company would make flights to Cologne and Stuttgart. ‘’We rely on the coming of German investors to Moldova’s market, as the development of the economy and the attraction of investments is our another priority,’’ the parliament speaker said at the meeting with the vice president of the German Bundestag.  



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