One day before his visit to Bucharest, Prime Minister Recean met with various ambassadors

The day before leaving for Bucharest, Prime Minister Recean had several official meetings. He met with the heads of the UN agencies in Moldova, the British ambassador, and the head of the diplomatic mission of Japan.

The Prime Minister discussed the main priorities of the new Government, mentioning ensuring discipline and order in state institutions, economic development for the benefit of citizens, and ensuring peace and stability in our country. The officials referred to recent developments in regional security and the impact of the Russian Federation’s brutal war against Ukraine. The British ambassador also reiterated the support of the London authorities for the objectives and priorities of the Cabinet of Ministers.


The prospects of bilateral collaboration with Japan were discussed at the meeting between Prime Minister Dorin Recean and Ambassador Yoichiro Yamada. The Chief Executive expressed his gratitude for the constant support of the Land of the Rising Sun, especially for the recent decision to grant a concessional loan, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency, in the amount of 100 million dollars.

“Japan’s support helps our country to be more resilient and contributes to the goal of increasing people’s quality of life. We want to move forward in the modernization process, and our strategic objective remains integration into the European Union”, said Dorin Recean

For his part, the Japanese diplomat points out that “there are many investment opportunities in the Republic of Moldova – you have the status of a candidate country for EU accession, you are a good destination for business relocation and you have a large number of young IT experts”. Yoichiro concluded that Japan appreciates the contribution of the Republic of Moldova to regional security and will continue to provide the necessary support for Moldovan citizens.

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