Moldova’s Cabinet of Ministers at the initiative of Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici held a meeting with the heads of the ministries and department of the country on the outcomes of the latest Eastern Partnership Summit that took place in Riga on May 21-22.
Gaburici demanded to step up the National Action Plan on the implementation of the Association Agreement (AA) of Moldova with EU.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Natalia Gherman, in turn, presented the results of the negotiations and consultations held, saying Moldova is still the leader among the Eastern Partnership countries to carry out reforms and fulfill the provisions of the Action Plan on the implementation of the AA.
Prime Minister Gaburici demanded an extra meeting to discuss the provisions yet to be implemented. “We have to fulfill some provisions on the implementation of the AA with Europe. We must step up the National Action Plan. Therefore, I would ask all the ministries and departments to revise the plans for separate sectors and submit the measures necessary for the implementation of the AA,” the prime minister said.
The National Action Plan on the implementation of the Association Agreement (AA) of Moldova with EU for 2014-2016 is now the major instrument for Moldova to monitor the process of the European integration.
Simultaneously, President of Moldova Nicolae Timofti is involved in the activity of the summit of the heads of the state and government of The South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) that is held in Tirana, Albania, May 25-26.
According to the press-office of the Moldovan President, Nicolae Timofti is expected to meet with President of Albania Bujar Nishani. The two presidents will address the cooperation of the South-East European countries in the Euro-Atlantic dimension.