A Moldovan delegation led by President Maia Sandu is attending a security conference in Munich. Interior Minister Ana Revenco is also part of a group on a trip to Germany.
The event takes place on 17-19 February. During the three days of the conference, the interior minister will hold bilateral talks with European officials, with a special emphasis on the functioning of the European Union’s security center in Chisinau, the Interior Ministry said, according to realitatea.md.
This comes in the context of the fact that “Moldova has become a security state for the European space, having strengthened the security belt on the border with the war in Ukraine.”
Revenco will also take part in various discussion platforms, where he will speak about strengthening Moldova’s resilience and security in the region, hybrid threats from the Russian Federation, as well as about the prospects and priorities of cooperation with the European Union member states.
The Munich Security Conference is the most important forum dedicated to transatlantic and international security, and is an annual event aimed at promoting peaceful conflict resolution, global cooperation and dialogue. More than 45 Heads of State and Government from all over the world and more than 70 ministers will attend this year’s conference.
Other members of Moldova’s delegation and the meetings that Maia Sandu intends to hold are not yet known.