Veronica Mihailov-Moraru talks with the President of the Romanian Senate. “Moldova can count on our support”

We have the most extensive communication with Romania, based on mutual trust and solidarity. We are demonstrating this also this year when the Republic of Moldova is undergoing a complex process of preparation for the negotiations for accession to the European Community. The Minister of Justice, Veronica Mihailov-Moraru, delivered a message at a meeting with the President of the Senate, Nicolae Ionel Ciuca, accompanied by the Romanian Minister of Justice, Alina Gorghiu.

During the discussions, our country was encouraged to maintain the pace of implementation of justice reforms with the same determination, as it is an essential area for advancing the European agenda, with high expectations from the European Commission in Brussels.

The President of the Senate expressed his confidence that Moldova can rely on Romania’s support in implementing the reforms in justice and the fight against corruption.

“Today’s talks are part of an ongoing dialogue between Bucharest and Chisinau on Moldova’s European course. Romania is encouraging a consistent and continuous pace of justice reforms in Moldova. It is a crucial area for advancing the European agenda, with high expectations from Brussels and society alike. I told Minister Veronica Mihailov-Moraru that she can count on Romania’s support in implementing the reforms undertaken in Justice and the fight against corruption,” the Senate President made a statement on social media.


At the Palace of the Republic, Veronica Mihailov-Moraru held a meeting with the members of the legal committees of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. During the discussions, the Minister of Justice outlined the process of transposing the EU acquis into national legislation and expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to learn from Romania’s experience and best practices.

In this context, Minister Mihailov-Moraru reaffirmed the excellent working relationship with the Romanian Ministry of Justice and the productive collaboration at the parliamentary level. He also highlighted the open and constructive dialogue with both chambers of the Romanian Parliament, the secretariat, and committee levels.

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