Moldovan, Ukrainian parliament speakers signed agreement on bilateral cooperation

Moldova’s Acting President, Parliament Speaker Marian Lupu and the Chairman of Ukraine’s Parliament Volodymyr Lytvyn have broadened the consolidation and fosterage of the good friendship relations between Moldova and Ukraine in all the fields of common interest.

The parliament speakers also exchanged opinions on the Transnistrian issue and signed an agreement of bilateral cooperation between the Moldovan parliament and the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada. In the context, Lytvyn advocated the fosterage and consolidation of the bilateral political, economic, scientific and cultural ties, mentioning the importance of the inter-parliamentary cooperation in this respect and the need to develop joint projects.

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