Speaking at the Moldovan capital Chișinău, Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said that Poland fully supports Moldova’s pro-EU aspirations.
After Thursday’s visit to Georgia, Moldova is the second country of the Eastern Partnership visited by the Polish minister.
Following talks with his Moldovan counterpart Nicolae Popescu, Minister Czaputowicz stated that he was satisfied with Chișinău’s desire to work closure with the EU.
“I would like to send the Moldovan authorities a strong signal... and the full support of Poland for their aspirations,” the Polish minister added.
The foreign ministers talked about the development of bilateral relations as well as at the level of the EU.
Founded in Prague in May 2009, the Eastern Partnership is a joint initiative of the EU together with its Member States and six Eastern European Partners governing its relationship with the post-Soviet states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.