Intensified efforts by Moldova and Ukraine towards integration into the European Union will help build a better future.
President of Moldova Maia Sandu underscored this in a joint statement made by the presidents of Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, and Poland in Chisinau, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
Sandu noted that the leaders of the four countries discussed three issues during the multilateral meeting.
“This is respect for international law, which should be the basis of all relations in the region, intensified efforts by Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova towards integration into the European Union, and support of Poland and Romania for this process. The importance of increased trade between our states is in our interests. These three areas will help us build a better future,” the politician said.
The country’s leader also stressed that cooperation with Romania, Poland, and Ukraine would help strengthen Moldova’s independence. Moldova has real friends and regional partners and wants to be more active on regional and global scale, Sandu said.
Maia Sandu thanked the heads of state for their presence in Chisinau on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of Moldova’s independence, emphasizing that she and Moldovan citizens country appreciate this friendly gesture and openness.
As reported, President Volodymyr Zelensky is on a visit to Chisinau on August 27 to mark the 30th anniversary of Moldova’s independence.
During the visit, Zelensky is expected to hold bilateral talks with President of Moldova Maia Sandu and take part in a multilateral meeting of foreign delegation heads.