Mihai Popșoi replies to his Russian counterpart: The regime, which imprisons and kills opposition politicians, can offer the world nothing but pain
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mihai Popșoi, reacts to the threatening statements of his Russian counterpart, Serghei Lavrov, launched during the Diplomacy Forum held in Antalya (Turkey). The head of diplomacy in Chisinau emphasizes that the Kremlin regime, which imprisons and kills opposition politicians, has no moral right to teach democracy lessons.
Maia Sandu attends a ceremony to commemorate the heroes who fell in the 1992 armed conflict on the Nistru
The heroes who fell in the battles on the Nistru in 1992 are commemorated in a ceremony held at the "Eternitate" Memorial Complex. The President of the Republic of Moldova, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, Maia Sandu, gave a speech at the commemoration rally, which brought together dozens of veterans of the armed conflict on the Nistru, policemen, soldiers, rescuers, people who lost next of kin in this war.
Moldova Advances on European Integration Plans
Progress on European integration and plans to strengthen the European Integration Office were discussed during a meeting between Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Cristina Gherasimov and the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Chisinau, Falk Lange.
Moldova Demands Checkpoint Removal in Security Zone
The Moldovan delegation to the Joint Control Commission (JCC) insists that freedom of movement must be guaranteed within the Security Zone and that unauthorised checkpoints must be removed from the area under the Joint Peacekeeping Forces' responsibility.
Cristina Gherasimov Discusses European Integration and Norwegian Aid to Moldova
The Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Cristina Gherasimov, met with a delegation led by Siri Beate Barry, the Norwegian Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova based in Bucharest.
Russian President Putin's Speech: Focus on Transnistrian Region
In his address today, Russian President Vladimir Putin may also touch upon the Transnistrian region, but not in the context of recognizing the region's independence, stated Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Oleg Serebrian in an interview for Euronews Romania.