In a recent conversation between Moldova’s Prime Minister, Dorin Recean, and his Ukrainian counterpart, Denys Shmyhal, both countries solidified their dedication to advancing reforms for their integration into the European Union. As per an official statement from the Chisinau Executive, both leaders reaffirmed their commitment to the necessary reforms to achieve EU integration.
A pivotal moment in the discussion was the European Commission’s decision to recommend EU member states to initiate accession negotiations for both Moldova and Ukraine. Prime Minister Recean extended congratulations to the Ukrainian people for their definitive step towards a peaceful and prosperous future within the European Union family.
The dialogue between the officials extended to various key areas on the shared agenda, focusing primarily on collaborative efforts in energy, security, infrastructure, and transportation. This strategic conversation underscores the ongoing partnership between Moldova and Ukraine, aiming to bolster mutual growth and development across multiple sectors.