The European Union will discuss the possibility of sending a mission to Moldova as part of its common foreign and security policy. Josep Borrell said this.
“Moldova now seeks to benefit from a mission as part of our common foreign and security policy. We will continue discussing the possibility of setting up such a mission in Moldova, which should support our candidate by strengthening resilience to foreign interventions and stabilization measures,” he said, eurointegration.com.ua reported.
The EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy recalled that the bloc backs Moldova through the European Peace Facility, which recently earmarked 40 million euros for the Moldovan security forces.
Also, Borrell said that the EU will continue taking measures to strengthen Moldova’s resistance against external threats.
“Strengthening security is the best way to ensure that it moves forward on the European path. Moldova, like Ukraine, is part of the European family and its future lies within the EU. This is absolutely clear, and we need to build on this,” he said.