President of the Republic of Moldova Maia Sandu has left for Brussels. There she will hold a series of meetings with representatives of European institutions and EU member states.
“I am going to Brussels, where today and tomorrow I will hold meetings with representatives of European institutions and EU member states, as well as address a plenary session of the European Parliament,” Sandu wrote.
“I will promote our country’s European agenda on Thursday in Paris, where I will discuss it with President Emmanuel Macron,” the Moldovan president shared.
“In the coming weeks, I will meet with several European officials to gain the support our country needs to move forward with European integration. Moldovans deserve a prosperous and peaceful future in their country as part of the EU family,” Sandu concluded.