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Romania is waiting for a sign of normal diplomatic relations from the authorities in Moldova before designating a new ambassador

Marţi, 1 septembrie 2009, 13:51 English | Regional Europe

"Despite the tensions created artificially in the relationship with the Republic of Moldova, Romania's policy of cooperation and support for this country's European integration remains unchanged", Romanian Foreign Affairs minister Cristian Diaconescu declared during the Romanian diplomats’ assembly. Romania is waiting for a new signal from Chisinau, Moldova's capital, for a normal direction of the bi-lateral relations before it designates a new ambassador.

The Romanian Foreign Affairs minister added that "the positive evolutions from the last days from Chisinau indicate significant progress for democratic stability that Moldova's citizens need". The new Romanian ambassador in Chisinau will be chosen after a dialog with the diplomats from Chisinau. A normal relationship unfolds on the "European cooperation platform" and sees the national interests of both countries Diaconescu said.

The minister insisted on Romania's supporting Moldova into the EU and mentioned a bigger involvement from Brussels in Moldova through financial assistance. Diaconescu believes that Moldova's development can be supported both by Moscow and Brussels.

A new border treaty could possibly be requested by the new Moldavian authorities and Romania would not refuse it, but like any other document, it is negotiable. "Romania never rejected a governmental document meant to better a very good relationship. Our hope is that the Government in Chisinau will understand this", minister Diaconescu concluded.  























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