On Wednesday, December 29, Minister of Justice Sergiu Litvinenco held a meeting with the Romanian Ambassador to Moldova Daniel Ionita, at which the main areas of cooperation were discussed.
Thus, Sergiu Litvinenco touched upon the main actions taken since taking office and presented the Ministry’s priorities in the field of justice, including probity checks of candidates for members of the Superior Council of Magistracy and the Superior Council of Prosecutors, external evaluation of judges and prosecutors, as well as the reform of the Prosecutor’s Office, reports moldpres.md
“We continue to count on Romania’s support in the process of justice reform. We have been following the results of strengthening anti-corruption institutions, and I confirm our interest in using best practices, especially in the fight against corruption,” the official said.
In turn, the diplomat stated that both Romania and the European Union want to support the reform of the judicial system in the Republic of Moldova in order to ensure the independence of the legal system and increase the degree of trust of citizens in the judicial system and state institutions.