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Moldova and EU evaluated bilateral relations

Moldova and EU evaluated bilateral relations

On the 12th Reunion of the EU - Moldova Cooperation Committee held on October 18th in Chisinau, the officials have discussed the most important events on the Moldova – European Union agenda.

The meeting was chaired by NMoldova_EU_bilateral_relationsatalia Gherman, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration and Gunnar Wiegand, Director for Eastern Europe, Southern Caucuses, Central Asia, DG External Relations, European Commission.
The parties have referred to the most important aspects of the bilateral cooperation, mainly to the implementation of the EU – Moldova Action Plan, political dialog, social-economical reforms and cooperation in the field of justice and domestic affairs. It was discussed as well subjects related to commerce, customs cooperation, markets, energy, informational technology, transports, etc. The officials have discussed about the Association Agreement and the perspectives regarding the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Moldova.
The two parties have expressed their satisfaction with the renewal of the “5+2” format of negotiations of the Transdnestrian conflict and discussed the importance of deepening the cooperation between the EU and Moldova in the process of integration and socio-economical development.