President Maia Sandu had a telephone conversation with Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary-General. They discussed the NATO-Moldova partnership, the fight against corruption, and common projects that will strengthen democracy and state institutions.
President Maia Sandu had a telephone conversation with Jens Stoltenberg, NATO Secretary-General.
“I thanked Mr. Stoltenberg for many years of support and partnership with Moldova, including help with medical equipment to prevent the spread of Covid-19 infection. In cooperation with NATO, Moldova has gradually managed to strengthen its external partnerships, initiate security sector reform, and begin the process of modernizing the national army. I have emphasized my priorities as president, especially the fight against corruption, as well as the commitment to build a secure and internationally predictable state,” mentioned Maia Sandu.
Maia Sandu also mentioned that Moldova needs both an active foreign policy and concrete cooperation projects with foreign partners.
“The role of these partnerships is to bring benefits to the citizens of Moldova, to strengthen the state institutions, so that Moldova becomes a democratic state, with functional institutions,” said Maia Sandu.