Iulian Rusu, the director of the National Anticorruption Center, the Minister of Justice, Sergiu Litvinenco and the interim general prosecutor, Dumitru Robu, pay a working visit to Brussels.
In a meeting with European officials, the head of the NAC mentioned that “our country will make every effort to follow the steps proposed by the European Commission in the Opinion, especially in the part of investigating the causes of corruption and confiscation of illegally obtained assets”, and The Minister of Justice stated that “the things to be done will only be for the benefit of our citizens, who want to live in a country without corruption”.
“We will make every effort to take the steps proposed by the European Commission in its Opinion, in particular as regards the investigation into the causes of corruption, the confiscation of illegally obtained assets. We will continue to provide anti-corruption expertise for draft regulations in our efforts to prevent further acts of corruption. ” The statement belongs to the director of the National Anticorruption Center, Iulian Rusu, and was made in Brussels, during meetings with European officials.
In Brussels, Justice Minister Sergiu Litvinenco held talks with the Deputy Director-General of the European External Action Service (EEAS), Luc Devigne, the Deputy Director-General of the Migration and Home Affairs Department (DG HOME), Olivier Onidi, and the Director-General of the Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR), Maciej Popowski.
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European officials welcomed the initiated reforms, including the pre-vetting reform, which was developed and implemented jointly with the development partners of the Republic of Moldova. The parties agreed that the following reform processes should also be promoted in coordination with our country’s partners and with the expertise of the Venice Commission.
Several current issues and issues related to the justice sector and the fight against corruption were discussed during the June 20 meetings with Luc Devigne, Deputy Director General of the European External Action Service (EEAS), Olivier Onidi, Deputy Director General of the Department for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME), Maciej Popowski, Director-General of the Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) and Didier Reynders, European Commissioner for Justice.