The reform agenda, the progress made in the implementation of the nine recommendations of the European Commission, and the priorities of the executive branch in the process of deepening the dialogue with the European Union were discussed at the meeting of Prime Minister Dorin Recean with the head of the Directorate-General for Neighborhood and EU Enlargement Negotiations, Gert-Jan Koopman.
Prime Minister Dorin Recean touched upon the priorities with the European Union in the areas of security and defense, energy, transport, digitalization, the fight against corruption, and the development of public administration capacity. He also spoke about the efforts being made to improve the sustainability of state institutions, as well as the need to attract investment in the national economy.
“Even though we face all kinds of crises, we manage to implement the necessary reforms and achieve the results expected by citizens and our external partners. Our long-term goal is to develop the economy, create jobs, and improve the welfare of the population. We want our citizens to live with dignity and feel at home anywhere in Europe,” the Prime Minister said.
For his part, the European official touched upon the European Union’s openness in the sectoral strengthening of the Moldova-EU cooperation and expressed appreciation for Moldova’s first contribution to the Enlargement Package in its capacity as a candidate country.