Moldova sees support from Azerbaijan in the crises we are going through. Grosu: We bet on attracting investments

The Republic of Moldova is counting on attracting investments from Azerbaijan in sectors such as agricultural processing, energy efficiency, IT, logistics and transport, in the context of the security crisis, war in the region, but also energy and electricity that our country is facing. The statement was made by the President of the Parliament, Igor Grosu, today, November 8, during the meeting with the first vice-president of the Parliament of Azerbaijan, Ali Huseynli, who is on an official visit to Chisinau.

During the meeting, Grosu discussed with his counterpart the prospects for strengthening the inter-parliamentary dialogue and the energy and electricity crisis that our country is going through at the moment.


“I appreciated the positive dynamics of Moldovan-Azeri relations recently. All these years, our countries have supported each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity within internationally recognized borders, and in 2022, with the invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, we realize even more how important peace is. Another topic on the discussion agenda concerned the energy crisis, and here I emphasized that the Republic of Moldova seeks to diversify its sources day by day and that we are interested in initiating joint projects related to energy. In the context of the challenges our country is facing, we are also counting on attracting investments in sectors such as agricultural processing, energy efficiency, IT, logistics and transport”, Grosu’s announcement states.

Also today, at the Parliament, at the initiative of the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the Republic of Moldova, an exhibition of thematic photographs is hosted. The event is part of a series of activities carried out by the Embassy on the occasion of the 270th anniversary of the city of Susha, the cultural capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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