19 march

Moldova-Poland Parliamentary assembly to hold next session in Krakow next June

The Moldova-Poland Parliamentary Assembly will convene next in Krakow on June 8-11, the PA Bureau decided at its working meeting held in Chisinau on Monday.

The Bureau approved agenda for the June session, which will be divided into three sittings. The first one will be dedicated to questions related to Moldova’s European integration, in particular visa regime liberalization and the implementation of the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the European Union.

The second sitting will focus on cooperation between central and local power bodies, on the implementation of the decentralization reform and European projects in Moldova.

And the third sitting will discuss possibilities of strengthening of citizens’ trust in the authorities.

The June session will adopt a final Declaration of the Parliamentary Assembly, which will confirm the perspectives of the development of partnership between the two states and Poland’s support for Moldova’s Euro-integration strivings.

Infotag’s dossier: The Moldova-Poland Parliamentary Assembly is a consultative body called to look for solution of common problems and implementation of joint projects. The Assembly convenes for sessions once a year in turn in Moldova and Poland.