The Prime Ministers of Moldova, Ukraine, and Georgia Met with the President of the European Commission, Ursula Von Der Leyen
During the official visit to Brussels, Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița, together with the Prime Minister of Georgia and the Prime Minister of Ukraine, had a meeting with the President of the European Commission, Ursula Von Der Leyen, announced the representatives of the Government.
The Heads of Government of the three Eastern Partnership Member States promoted and reconfirmed joint messages in order to give a new impetus to political dialogue and sectoral and economic cooperation in the Joint Declaration of the Eastern Partnership Summit in mid-December in Brussels.
According to the Government’s briefing note, at the meeting, they discussed practical issues regarding the implementation of the EU’s European Economic and Investment Plan for the Eastern Partnership.
“We are here to discuss how political will and the determination of three associated partners can be used to improve the lives of our citizens by bringing our countries closer to the EU. We want effective cooperation, especially in the areas that matter most to people. We are talking about eliminating roaming payments with the EU, reducing the costs of international banking transactions, recognizing vaccination certificates, and strengthening energy security,” said Gavrilița.
Other important topics on the agenda included the energy sector and energy security, connectivity and transport cooperation, and alignment with the objectives of the European Green Pact.
Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița pays an official visit to Brussels between November 29 and December 1.