Romania remains a faithful partner for Moldova, regardless of the government in Bucharest, and a supporter of the European journey said Romania's Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos at a joint press conference with Prime Minister Pavel Filip.
Ciolos also said that Bucharest will continue the financial help through funding of kindergartens and the purchase of another 100 school buses for students in Moldova by the end of this year. Romanian Prime Minister spoke about the need to stimulate Romanian investments in Moldova, with both state-owned companies and private investors.
"It is important to raise Romanian investments in Moldova. Moldova has an agreement with the EU that includes one free trade, and Romania's main trading partner. We encourage Romanian investors, both state-owned companies and private investors. There are already cooperative partnerships interconnections that are working in transportation and electricity. There is an important bank in Romania that will invest here. We are ready to open a branch of Romanian institutions guarantee funds for SMEs. Romania will continue to be the main advocate of Moldova's European integration journey and wants to mobilize other European capitals to maintain the goal on their agenda"
PUBLIKA.MD recalls that Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos is in an official visit to our country. The head of the Bucharest will today several meetings with Chisinau officials and visit a renovated kindergarten with the support of the Government.