In a parliamentary session held on Thursday for the investiture vote of the Government, Prime Minister-designate Marcel Ciolacu declared that Romania would firmly support the Republic of Moldova’s journey towards European Union (EU) membership. The premier emphasized Romania’s commitment to its neighbors across the Prut River and pledged to provide all necessary resources to help the pro-European administration and people of Moldova withstand Russian threats. He reaffirmed Romania’s role as the guarantor of Moldova’s European integration, security, and stability.
- “In our neighborhood policy, we will pay special attention to our brethren across the Prut River. Romania will wholeheartedly support the Republic of Moldova’s path to European Union membership. We will continue to provide all necessary resources to ensure that the pro-European administration and people of Moldova can withstand Russian threats. Romania has been and will remain the guarantor of Moldova’s European integration, security, and stability,” declared Ciolacu.
Regarding the conflict in Ukraine, Ciolacu stated that Romania would maintain its position against the illegal invasion initiated by the criminal regime of Vladimir Putin.
“We will continue to offer our full support, becoming an even more active player in international organizations and seeking to become a central pillar in the reconstruction process of Ukraine,” added the Prime Minister-designate.
Furthermore, Ciolacu emphasized that Romania’s place is within the European Union and NATO.
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“I want to be very clear: Romania’s place is within the European Union and NATO. Since 2004, we have been protected by the largest military alliance in the world. Since 2007, the European Union has provided us with over 50 billion euros, enabling Romania to develop,” underscored Ciolacu from the parliamentary podium.
On Thursday, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate convened for the investiture vote on the Government proposed by Prime Minister-designate Marcel Ciolacu. As per the agenda, Prime Minister-designate Marcel Ciolacu presented the government program and the list of ministers.
Debates took place, followed by the vote on the Parliament’s confidence in the Program and the entire Government list.