Yesterday, in Brussels, three agreements in the fields of customs, fiscal, and health care were signed between the European Union and the Republic of Moldova. Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița made the announcement on her Facebook page.
Gavrilița wrote that she signed the Customs and Fiscalis programs with European Commissioner for the Economy, Paolo Gentiloni, which will help standardize legislation and policies, improve administrative and IT capacities, and implement innovations in the customs field. The status of the country as a candidate and accession negotiations with the EU will require full alignment of legislation with the EU acquis.
The Prime Minister also mentioned that she signed the “EU for Health” Program (EU4Health) with Margaritis Schinas, the vice-president of the European Commission for the promotion of the European way of life. The agreement provides opportunities to improve the public health system, its digital transformation, and fight diseases such as cancer, and enhance the national public health system’s preparedness for emergency situations.