The members of the National Commission for European Integration (CNIE) approved the Implementation Plan of the 9 recommendations proposed by the European Commission. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nicu Popescu, came with an announcement in this regard.
“Our country has taken the next important step towards joining the European Union. We have adopted within the National Commission for European Integration (CNIE) the Implementation Plan of the 9 recommendations proposed by the European Commission”, the minister’s announcement states.
The document contains actions, terms and institutions responsible for implementing the priority measures:
- Justice reform and the fight against corruption;
- Fixing deficiencies in electoral legislation;
- De-oligarchisation, strengthening the fight against organized crime and asset recovery;
- Strengthening the capacity of public administration and managing public finances;
- Involvement of civil society in decision-making processes, as well as
- Strengthening the protection of human rights and combating gender-based violence.
The plan was consulted by the MAEIE, together with the team from the Government and national institutions with civil society representatives and the European Commission.
“We are determined, through work and the implementation of the reforms requested by the citizens, to transform our country according to the European model,” said Popescu.
We remind you that, on August 4, the head of state announced that she had convened the CNIE meeting, which was expanded with nine more members.
The Romanian MEP, Siegfried Mureșan, also came with a congratulatory message for the fact that the action plan for the implementation of the measures proposed by the European Commission was approved.
“I congratulate the authorities of the Republic of Moldova who approved the Action Plan for the implementation of the measures proposed by the European Commission in the Opinion regarding the application for accession to the European Union. The approval of this plan in a short time sends a clear message to the European partners that the authorities in Chisinau are ready to fulfill the recommendations proposed by the Commission and to start the accession negotiations. As president of the European Parliament Delegation for relations with the Republic of Moldova, I assure the partners from Chisinau that the European Parliament will stand by and will continue to support the European path of the Republic of Moldova”, the MEP’s message states.