Prime Minister Pavel Filip has declared in an interview for Moldpres that Eastern Partnership, is used correctly, can accelerate the European Integration.
"The Eastern Partnership Summit will mean a renewed pledge EU will make for the associated post-Soviet states. We made suggestions how this Partnership can become more efficient, both for each country apart, as well as together. I am confident that many of our suggestions will be taken by the summit. As we all know, the Eastern Partnership has the potential to become an instrument, which can accelerate European integration, if used correctly. It will offer us a realistic and constructive approach, made using 8 years of experience. We once again say, everything depends on the progress we make and the pro-European stability. The summit's main result will be consolidated, while Republic of Moldova will be one of the main beneficiary" Pavel Filip declared
Vom vedea la summit o abordare realistă și constructivă, care ia în considerare lecțiile ultimilor opt ani. Reafirm încă o dată, totul depinde de noi, de progresele pe care le vom face și de stabilitatea opțiunii pro-europene. Ca rezultat esențial al summit-ului, Parteneriatul Estic va fi consolidat, iar Republica Moldova va fi un prim beneficiar", a declarat premierul Pavel Filip.
PUBLIKA reminds that Prime Minister Pavel Filip during 22 - 25 November 2017 will be in Brussels on an official visit, where he will participate at the 5th Eastern Partnership Summit.
The plenary session of Eastern Partnership will take place on Friday, 24 November, starting 10:00 (GMT+2). During the event Pavel Filip will represent Republic of Moldova.
Prime Minister will also meet with President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Pierre Moscovici.
At the same time, the official will visit NATO Headquarters, to speak with Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg. The press conference between the two will be broadcast live on the organization's official webpage, www.nato.int.
After the summit, Pavel Filip will meet to discuss bilateral relations with foreign Presidents and Government leaders. He will also meet with Diaspora from Belgium.