Update on EPC Summit attendees: How many countries have confirmed sending delegates?

Representatives from 46 countries have confirmed that they will attend the European Political Community summit in Bulboaca on 1 June.

According to the government spokesman, in this context, the campaign “Moldova is not alone” was launched. During this campaign, world leaders will announce that they are going to the Republic of Moldova.

According to the summit’s official website, the authorities sent invitations to officials from 47 states. Also, the event will be attended by the first persons from the European Union: the head of the European Commission, the President of the European Parliament, and the President of the Council of the EU.

“Watch the video messages. In them, the leaders will talk about the priorities aimed at the process of organizing the summit,” said government spokesman Daniel Voda.

According to him, the video message of Emmanuel Macron was published first similar videos will follow from Ursula von der Leyen, Charles Michel, and Roberta Metsola, as well as from several heads of state or high-ranking EU officials.

Moldova is set to host the European Political Community Summit on June 1st, 2023, an event that will bring together nearly 50 leaders of states and around 1,000 foreign journalists. The European Political Community is a forum created last year, where European leaders discuss solutions to the most urgent problems facing Europe, such as security, stability, and energy resilience.

The Summit will be covered extensively by the media, with Realitatea, one of Moldova’s leading news agencies, providing up-to-date and accurate information about the event. For readers of realitatea.md, bani.md, rupor.md, rlive.md, and moldovalive.md, a separate category dedicated to the Summit has been created.

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