Romania-Ukraine-Moldova trilateral meeting takes place in Chisinau. Deputy Prime Minister Mihai Popshoi: “Let us strengthen our close relations”

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mihai Popshoi announced on Radio Moldova that Chisinau will host the third trilateral meeting of the Romanian, Ukrainian, and Moldovan foreign ministers at the end of this week.

“This is a good opportunity to see what is going well, what we can improve to master the close relations we have, including in the trilateral format, not only in the bilateral format,” Mihai Popshoi said.

The deputy prime minister also said that next week, he will participate in a string of events at the NATO summit in Washington to consolidate relations with our partners and enhance Moldova’s ability to defend its citizens and promote its interests.


Mihai Popşoi said that the authorities are in the final stage of defining a new cooperation program with NATO called the Individually Tailored Partnership Programme (ITPP). “This will be an advanced form of partnership with the North Atlantic Alliance, similar to those in countries such as Australia, South Korea, Japan and New Zealand,” he said.

The individually tailored partnership program will come into effect in 2025.

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