The National Commission for European Integration met on Wednesday, 13 July. The organization, created by the president in April, coordinates actions for accession to Europe and the implementation of reforms.
Maia Sandu said the authorities will focus on meeting the conditions set out by the European Commission in a conclusion on granting Moldova EU candidate status. She stressed the need for efforts on behalf of the state, citizens and business entities, reports realitatea.md.
According to Sandu, together it is possible to strengthen actions to achieve the goal of integration.
“The Commission discussed the steps to be taken and also noted the need for greater involvement of civil society, the business entities and other actors. The next steps are related to conditions aimed at reforming the judicial system, fighting corruption, eliminating oligarchic influences, and reforming the public administration. We want to improve these areas in order to strengthen state institutions. We have agreed on the steps to be taken by institutions to meet the conditions, we have established a mechanism for coordination and reporting on progress. The implementation of these steps will allow the Republic of Moldova to move towards an accession agreement. We have no margin for error. Let’s join national efforts,” Sandu said.