The current state of bilateral relations between Moldova and Romania and inter-parliamentary cooperation were the topics of the discussions of the president of the Legislature from Chisinau, Igor Grosu, with the president of the USR, the president of the Committee for Transport and Infrastructure in the Chamber of Deputies, and the vice-president of the Chamber of Deputies, first vice-president of the USR, Dan Barna, worn in Chisinau today, September 12.
“I met today with Cătălin Drula, president of USR and president of the Committee for Transport and Infrastructure in the Chamber of Deputies, and Mr. Dan Barna, vice-president of the Chamber of Deputies, first vice-president of USR. We exchanged views on the current state of bilateral relations between our countries, inter-parliamentary cooperation and expressed my belief that the very good dialogue that exists between the two states will further boost cooperation between Chisinau and Bucharest, for the benefit of all citizens Grosu’s announcement states.
A special topic of the discussions between the officials was the importance of the development of the common infrastructure between Romania and the Republic of Moldova, the future road, economic and energy bridges between our states.
In this context, the President of the Legislature declared that the current Parliament will support the development of the infrastructure throughout the country with all the legislative means available.