Prime Minister Dorin Recean goes on a working visit to Brussels: what’s on the agenda?

Dorin Recean will travel to Brussels with the delegation and Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Cristina Gherasimov. The Moldovan officials will participate in the eighth meeting of the Council of the Moldova-European Union Association.

The Council will meet on Tuesday, May 21. According to the European Integration Office, European diplomacy chief Josep Borell and Moldovan Prime Minister Dorin Recean will co-chair the meeting. European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varghei will attend the event.

“In Brussels, they will discuss the development of relations between Moldova and the European Union through the prism of the implementation of the Association Agreement and the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area, as well as the progress of preparations for the formal establishment of the opening of accession negotiations,” the European Integration Office said.


The agenda includes discussions on political dialog and reforms, justice, freedom and security, cooperation and rapprochement in foreign and security policy, and economic, energy, and trade cooperation.

The authorities from Chisinau also say that agreements on the Moldova-EU partnership in the security and defense sector and an agreement on Moldova’s participation in the Employment and Social Innovation Program (EaSI) will be signed, which will allow access to funds for the implementation of social policies.

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