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Ambassador Serghei Mihov had meetings at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

Published on: Wed, 17/02/2021 - 14:34

February 17, 2021, Vilnius – Enhancement of the Moldovan-Lithuanian cooperation in various areas of common interest and the bilateral agenda for 2021 were discussed by the Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Vilnius, Serghei Mihov, with the Viceminister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, Mantas Adomėnas, and the Counselor of the Lithuanian Prime-Minister for the Eastern Neighborhood and Democracy Promotion, Galina Vascenkaite.

During these meetings, was held an exchange of views on the current state and prospects for deepening bilateral cooperation between the two states, the reform agenda of the Chisinau authorities in key areas such as the justice sector and the fight against corruption, and commitments made by the Association Agreement between Moldova and European Union, as well as the latest developments in the social-political situation in the Republic of Moldova.

Ambassador Serghei Mihov, also, expressed the gratitude of the Moldovan side for the continued assistance provided to the Republic of Moldova by the Vilnius authorities in implementing structural reforms at the national level, by providing the necessary development assistance and expertise.

On his turn, Viceminister Mantas Adomėnas reiterated the availability of the Lithuanian Government to further support the Republic of Moldova in its European path, including through the implementation of assistance projects within the development cooperation program of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.

Counselor Galina Vascenkaite reconfirmed the full willingness of the Lithuanian Government to further support the European integration process in the Republic of Moldova, as well as to provide the necessary support in combating the epidemiological crisis caused by the spread of the Covid-19 virus.