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Moldovan Ambassador Renita: Unprecedented rise in Chisinau-Bucharest relations

Moldovan Ambassador Renita: Unprecedented rise in Chisinau-Bucharest relations

The relations between Chisinau and Bucharest witnessed an unprecedented rise, Iurie Renita, Republic of Moldova Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Romania, told a press conference organized on Wednesday in Brasov.

"We appreciate the contribution of Romanian authorities towards constant support for the Republic of Moldova's EU accession. We are now going through an extremely favorable political stage and it is our duty to capitalize on it. If political co-work is impeccable, we also want collaboration in economy, finance, tourism and other areas to be the same. I express my gratitude for the extraordinary training Moldovan students who learn at the Transylvania University benefit from. They are given solid academic training in Brasov and we want them to return to the Republic of Moldova after graduation, to shoulder European accession efforts," said Iurie Renita.

The Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Romania, together with Senator Titus Colatean (Social Democratic Party, in the opposition), Senator Marian Rasaliu (Liberal Democratic Party, PDL, major at rule) and deputy Florin Postolachi (PDL) participated on Wednesday in a meeting with Republic of Moldova students who learn in Romanian, as well as with Romanian students of the "Transylvania" University Faculty of Law.

The Moldovan official told the attendance that 24 legal instruments, agreements, treaties and protocols were enacted last year, strengthening bilateral relations.

'Never before have Chisinau and Bucharest had such a successful activity over one year. Therefore, when the political will exists both in Chisinau and Bucharest, important and necessary things can be accomplished. We are back to normalcy and our strategic objective is Moldova's EU accession; through the studies you complete in Romania, you will help us travel this route with more success," said Ambassador Iurie Renita. Agerpres


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