Romania and Moldova sign accords

Following years of tensions, Romania and the Republic of Moldova moved closer Friday with the signing of several bilateral agreements, officials say.

The accords, postponed for years by the ex-communist regime in Moldova, involve borders between the two countries and amend a 1992 intergovernmental agreement on securing investments.

Moldovan Foreign Affairs Minister Iurie Leanca said the two states have agreed to move ahead.

“The new government in Chisinau aims through its program to edify a European strategic partnership with Romania and we quickly agreed to restart the discussion with experts,” Leanca said.

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