French President Emmanuel Macron has sent a video message to the citizens of Moldova, announcing his upcoming visit to the country for the second summit of the European Political Community (EPC) on June 1. In the video, Macron highlights the importance of the summit and the shared interests between France and Moldova in various areas, including energy, migration, security, infrastructure, defense, and geopolitics.
“I have a brief message to tell you that on June 1, we will be in Moldova for the second Summit of the European Political Community. In Moldova, we will discuss energy, migration, security, infrastructure, defense, and geopolitics, because we share the same continent. One year ago, I proposed the creation of the European Political Community because I am convinced that we need this forum to bring together all the leaders, to provide a new framework for our continent, to decide for ourselves, and to build a stronger and more united Europe. On June 1, we will discuss all these topics, we will have very important meetings, and I hope we will make important decisions for today and for our common future,” said Macron.
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The European leader expressed his gratitude to the President of the Republic of Moldova, Maia Sandu, for accepting the invitation to host the second EPC summit in the country. The hosting of the event reaffirms that Moldova is not alone and enjoys the support of its external partners in preserving freedom and peace.
The Republic of Moldova will host the European Political Community Summit on June 1, 2023, bringing together 50 European presidents, prime ministers, and high-ranking officials for the first time. The summit will take place at Castel Mimi in the village of Bulboaca, Anenii Noi district, located approximately 35 kilometers away from Chisinau.
The European Political Community is a pan-European governmental forum established last year in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It serves as a platform for European leaders to discuss and identify solutions to the most pressing issues facing Europe, such as security, stability, and energy resilience.