Chairman of the Senate’s foreign policy commission Titus Corlatean will be on Wednesday on an official visit to Chisinau, the first visit paid by a Romanian official after the relations with the Republic of Moldova came back to normal and the visa requirements imposed on the Romanian citizens by former communist President Vladimir Voronin were lifted.
The visit the chairman of the foreign policy commission pays to Chisinau takes place at the invitation of his counterpart Igor Corman, chairman of the parliamentary commission on foreign policy and European integration of the Republic of Moldova’s Parliament, reads a release the Senate.
According to the above-mentioned source, on this occasion they „will analyse the bilateral relations between the two states in the light of the latest developments after the early election that was organized in the Republic of Moldova on July 29, 2009.”
„During the meeting they will discuss concrete mechanisms of cooperation between the two parliamentary commissions as well as efficient means to give the necessary support to the new democratic government in Chisinau on a European plane,” informs the above-mentioned release.
Titus Corlatean will also convey the message of the President of Romania’s Parliament to the new President of the Parliament in Chisinau, Mihai Ghimpu. He will also have meetings with Moldovan political leaders.