The Prime Minister, Dorin Recean, during his official visit to Brussels, discussed the priorities of the government in the Republic of Moldova’s integration process into the European Union, judicial sector reform, and opportunities for deepening cooperation in key areas aimed at the country’s economic development. These discussions took place with the Vice President of the European Commission, Vera Jourová, the European Commissioner for the Economy, Paolo Gentiloni, and the Director-General of the European Union’s Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations, Gert Jan Koopman.
During his meeting with Vice President of the European Commission, Vera Jourová, Prime Minister Dorin Recean referred to the implementation of the 9 recommendations from the European Commission. The head of the government expressed gratitude to the European official for recognizing the authorities’ efforts in implementing reforms.
“The government is firmly committed to carrying out judicial reform, continuing the fight against corruption, and implementing the de-oligarchization plan. These are our priorities both in the EU accession process and in the country’s economic development. We rely on the support of the European Commission for the opening of accession negotiations,” stated Prime Minister Dorin Recean.
In Brussels, Prime Minister Dorin Recean also discussed opportunities for the development of the national economy and financial support projects from the European Union with Paolo Gentiloni, the European Commissioner for the Economy.
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Prime Minister Dorin Recean expressed gratitude to the European official for the assistance that the EU provides to the Republic of Moldova, especially for the recent announced support totaling 250 million euros, in the form of macro-financial assistance and direct budget support. Additionally, the Head of the Cabinet of Ministers appreciated the European Commission’s proposal to increase financial support for our country, in the context of the Multiannual Financial Framework of the EU for the years 2021-2027.
In his conversation with the Director-General of the Directorate-General for Neighborhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the EU, Gert Jan Koopman, Prime Minister Recean reiterated the country’s strong determination to advance the European reform agenda and expressed the Republic of Moldova’s readiness to deepen its relations with European institutions.