In Tirana, the Moldovan president talked about the importance of European unity in the face of security threats

President Maia Sandu, alongside leaders from across South-East Europe, reiterated their unwavering commitment to supporting Ukraine and fostering regional cooperation for a safer and more resilient Europe at the Ukraine-South Eastern Europe Summit held in Tirana. “As we enter the third year of conflict, our solidarity remains steadfast – standing by Ukraine means bolstering our nations while striving for peace, security, and democracy across our continent,” the Moldovan head of state stressed.

During the summit, President Sandu discussed with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine, emphasizing Ukraine’s enduring resistance against Russian aggression and exploring shared aspirations for a European future.

“In the face of Russia’s unwarranted and unjust aggression over the past two years, I conveyed Moldova’s staunch support for Ukraine’s quest for victory and sustainable peace,” President Sandu stated. “Just recently, Moldova dispatched a new shipment of humanitarian aid, comprising electrical and medical equipment, glass, and food supplies, to the city of Mykolaiv. Moldova and its citizens remain committed to providing the utmost support to our neighbor, who bravely stands against Russian incursion, safeguarding our collective peace. The Tirana Summit provided another platform for Moldova to amplify calls to the international community to bolster support for Ukraine,” Maia Sandu said.


Furthermore, President Sandu held bilateral discussions with summit host Prime Minister Edi Rama of Albania and President Jakov Milatović of Montenegro. During these deliberations, leaders reaffirmed their dedication to strengthening bilateral ties, fostering regional collaboration, and progressing toward European Union integration.

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