Prime Minister of Moldova Pavel Filip has once again reformed his country’s support for Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity while meeting with his Georgian colleague Mamuka Bakhtadze in Chisinau yesterday.
Pavel Filip thanked PM Bakhtadze for Georgia’s support for Moldova as well.
“Georgia has voted for a resolution which says that Russian troops should leave Moldovan territory. This is very important to us and we believe that Georgia is our friend. We support this country on its way towards the EU and our joint path of EU integration helps us deepen our relations,” Pavel Filip said.
PM Filip has also expressed his expectations for the Georgia-Moldova inter governmental economic council meeting which will be held in Chisinau in few days which will be attended by representatives of the private sector from both countries.
“We are happy that bilateral relations between Georgia and Moldova are going forward. Both sides are willing to maintain this positive trend for the future as well. Of course we are interested in using our countries’ potential in terms of bilateral trade and economy,” PM Bakhtadze said.
He has also emphasised that Georgia and Moldova have common challenges and both need the strong support of international allies in terms of restoring territorial integrity and sovereignty.
Joint declaration, together w/ PM @BakhtadzeMamuka: #Moldova & #Georgia are 2 show solidarity&mutual support in restoring their sovereignty&integrity, in acc w/ the norms&principles of international law. We’ll continue 2 advocate 4 the peaceful settlement of existing conflicts pic.twitter.com/i7I4jB9Qih— Pavel Filip (@filip_pavel) October 5, 2018