Romanian President Klaus Iohannis stated that Romania fully supports the integration of Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia with the EU.
The statement was made after Ukraine applied for membership in the European Union, digi24.ro reports.
“Romania fully supports the integration of Ukraine, as well as the Republic of Moldova and Georgia with the European Union. The place of these partners of the EU is within the European family, and Romania will do its best for this to become reality,” Klaus Iohannis wrote on Twitter.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed a statement on Ukraine’s accession to the European Union on Monday, February 28. Zelensky said that his country should be admitted to the European Union as a matter of urgency.
The presidents of eight EU countries demanded that Ukraine be immediately granted candidate status and start negotiations on its accession to the European Bloc.
“We, the presidents of the EU member states: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia, are firmly convinced that Ukraine deserves immediate accession to the EU,” the letter of the leaders of these countries says.