In the margins of the informal meeting of Foreign Ministers of the EU Member States (Gymnich format), Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Andrei Galbur had a meeting with European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Negotiations for enlargement Johannes Hahn.

The progress of reforms and their share in the country's European agenda was the subject of discussion between the European Commissioner for Neighborhood Policy and Negotiations for enlargement Johannes Hahn, and Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Galbur, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration. The discussion was held on the sidelines of the informal meeting of foreign ministers of EU member states (Gymnich format).

The EU official reiterated the importance of implementing the Association Agreement, and commitments afferent to the negotiations with the IMF, to ensure stabilization of the national economy. 

Welcoming the efforts of the Moldovan institutions in the first half of the year to reset the reform agenda by making the Road Map, the speaker underlined the importance of ensuring continuity of actions. In particular, it mentioned interest in future developments in efforts to combat corruption, the reform in the media sector,  but also of the banking sector.

In turn, Galbur assured that both the Government and Parliament are strongly committed to the reform process, draft legislation are considered priority areas outlined for being found on top of the agenda of the autumn session of Government and Parliament.