The President of the Parliament, Igor Grosu, held discussions with his counterparts at the International Platform Crimea Parliamentary Summit in Prague, as reported by MOLDPRES through the Legislative Communication and Public Relations Division.
Igor Grosu spoke with the President of the Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament), Lauri Hussar, regarding the positive bilateral relations in recent times. Igor Grosu expressed his gratitude for Estonia’s participation in the 4th edition of the Support Platform for the Republic of Moldova, which took place in Chișinău on October 17, 2023. He also appreciated Estonia’s prioritization of cooperation with Moldova. Igor Grosu stated, “Estonia is an important partner for us in implementing sectoral reforms, such as digitalization, strengthening the rule of law, enhancing cybersecurity, and Moldova’s strategic communication capabilities, including our European integration journey.”
During his visit to Prague, the Moldovan Speaker had a meeting with the Vice President of the Swedish Parliament, Kerstin Lundgren, during which they discussed the regional situation and progress on the nine recommendations from the European Commission. Igor Grosu expressed hope that the strong collaboration between the two countries will continue, with Sweden being one of the most significant donors to Moldova. He noted, “Sweden is an important partner in our European integration journey, providing expertise in aligning national legislation with EU acquis.”
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The visit concluded with the customary meeting between the President of the Parliament, Igor Grosu, and the Moldovan community residing in Prague. They discussed the political situation back home, local elections, Moldova’s accession to the European Union, the commencement of negotiations, the progress of reforms, direct and affordable flights, and combating propaganda. These conversations took place at a traditional-style restaurant serving Moldovan cuisine, owned by a family that hails from Ungheni and has been living in the Czech capital for over 15 years. Igor Grosu emphasized, “I once again realized that our diaspora is closely connected to everything happening in our homeland, and I asked them to continue helping us and to be our ambassadors wherever they are.”