At the 6th Ministerial Council held on 15 November 2022 a Joint Statement was endorsed calling for a more systematic involvement of Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova and Georgia as observing participants in the relevant Transport Community bodies.
Today, the first bilateral meeting between the Transport Community representatives and the Moldovan authorities took place, focusing on presenting the current priorities and activities of the Transport Community and reflecting on the working modalities between the parties for achieving closer cooperation.
Director of the Transport Community, Matej Zakonjšek and Deputy Prime Minister, Andrei Spinu agreed that priority in the coming period should remain the approximation of Moldovan legislation on transport and associated matters to that of the European Union.
The focus should be put as well on the development of transport connectivity between the Contracting Parties of the Transport Community Treaty and the Republic of Moldova, to improve the efficiency and safety of transport, and to achieve the objectives of green and sustainable mobility.
Transport Community will support the efforts of Moldovan authorities on transport policy and connectivity initiatives in view of closer association with EU transport markets.