Corlatean added that this Agreement aimed to carry out a series of concrete actions, to make the contacts between the two legislatures’ committees permanent and to revive the Bucharest-Chisinau inter-parliamentary committee.
‘The Republic of Moldova’s future is within the European Union and Romania will continue to be its main supporter,’ underscored the senator. He has also underlined that the Moldovan delegation’s visit has been the first one after 2000.
The senator said that, following the discussions, the two committees should meet twice a year. According to Titus Corlatean, the discussions focused also on region-related issues, of common interest for the two countries, security-related issues as well as a settlement to Transdniestria issue.
A visiting delegation of the Moldovan Parliament’s Foreign Policy and European Integration Committee met on Monday the members of the Romanian Senate’s Foreign Policy Committee and Senate Chairman Mircea Geoana.