Democratic Party of Moldova

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03 March 2018

Vlad Plahotniuc met with US guests

Vlad Plahotniuc met with US guests

The Chairman of the Democratic Party of Moldova, Vlad Plahotniuc, met with Ted Poe,the Member of the American Congress, Dr. Asif Chaudhry, former US Ambassador to Republic of Moldova, as well as with the representatives of the Atlantic Council in Chisinau. The foreign officials are on a visit to Chisinau, where they participated in interparliamentary conference: Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine: Eastern Partnership and Current Security Challenges.

Within the discussions, the PDM President approached the need to have a balanced perspective in Washington on political developments in the Republic of Moldova, and to strengthen the support of Congress and strategic circles in the United States for our country and for the region, especially in the context of the recent there was registered a resolution within the US Parliament.

"We can always talk to American partners in the most direct way about the challenges we face in the region. We have consistently found support in the US Congress, through trusted partners like Ted Poe, for the security objectives of the Republic of Moldova. Also, Dr. Asif Chaudhry and the Atlantic Council reiterated their interest for the Republic of Moldova and support for our pro-Western approach. I think Washington has an important stake in the region, "said Vlad Plahotniuc.

Finally, guests from the United States who actively participated in the organization of the Inter-Parliamentary Conference encouraged the Governing Coalition to rely on the Moldovan-American relationship and continue to work on the Transnistrian settlement process.

We remind you that the Inter-parliamentary Summit "Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine: Eastern Partnership and Current Security Challenges" organized on the initiative of the Presidents of Parliaments of the Republic of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine in cooperation with the Atlantic Council of the USA in Chisinau At this conference were debated issues related to misinformation, information security, energy security, but also common challenges related to economic growth and modernization of the institutions of the countries in the region.