Prime Minister Pavel Filip has met with the Italian ambassador to Moldova, Valeria Biagiotti.
Pavel Filip has mentioned the key sectors of bilateral cooperation: migration-related policies, power, environment, food safety and the reform of the Carabineers Department.
The ambassador has said the development of the Moldo-Italian relations is positively seen by Rome: "The Italian authorities express their support for implementing the Moldova-EU Association Agreement.”
The sides considered the possibility of boosting their cooperation on the background of Italy’s holding the G7 presidency, being a member of the UN Security Council and it will take over the OSCE chair next year.
Italy is a key economic partner to Moldova, being the third in trade and the second in direct foreign investments, as 1,300 companies with Italian capital are registered in Moldova.