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Moldova, Chisinau, Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria

Visa-free travel and free trade agreement with the EU are important for Moldova

15 December 2011 News

Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nickolay Mladenov, along with colleagues from Romania, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary and Slovakia, have signed a letter to EU institutions in support of Moldova.

They said that negotiations should begin with Moldova on a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement and the country should progress to the second phase in the process of visa liberalization.

The Government of Moldova is carrying out serious reforms in the Europeanization of the country and therefore has our full support, Minister Mladenov said today at the start of a two-day visit to Chisinau.

In the Moldovan capital, he met Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, Foreign Minister Iurie Leancă and Acting President and the President of Parliament, Marian Lupu.

Mladenov said that it was good that the Government in Chisinau was aware that the country had no alternative but the road to Europe. He offered expert assistance from Bulgaria in the process of negotiating various agreements with the EU.
Mladenov's visit continues with meetings at the Bulgarian Vasil Levski Theoretical Lyceum, and with the Bulgarian community in Chisinau and Taraclia.

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