German Newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung has characterized Pavel Filip as a good example member states from Eastern Partnership should follow.
The journalists wrote that Moldova's Prime Minister is part of the political group that does not wish to lose trace of Moldova's European Union track.
The article said that Republic of Moldova, known for its disagreement with Transnistria, has lately gained great success in combating corruption and bureaucracy.
They have also quoted Pavel Filip, who claimed that the state's democracy and rights were consolidated.
The journalists also appreciate that the Prime Minister from Chisinau has admitted the fact that there are still a lot to be done, mentioning that as Moldova is exposed to much Russian propaganda, it requires more positive feedback from European Union.
According to the author, it would lessen the effects of messages coming from Moscow, while EU will become more attractive.
On 24 November, Prime Minister Pavel Filip participated at the Eastern Partnership Summit, which took place in Brussels.