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The assessment of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) Republica Moldova - NATO for 2017-2019 took place in Chisinau

The assessment of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) Republica Moldova - NATO for 2017-2019 took place in Chisinau
On June 13-14, 2018, joint working sessions were held at the MFAEI for the assessment of the progress in the implementation of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) Republic of Moldova - NATO for 2017-2019, organized in the framework of the working visit payed in Chisinau by the NATO HQ representatives.

The sessions were led by Ms. Tatiana Molcean, State Secretary of MFAEI, with the participation of Ms. Sophie Briquetti, Officer responsible for the Republic of Moldova-NATO relationship from the Political Affairs and Security Policies Division, Ms. Benedicte Borel, Programme and Policy Officer for the Building Integrity Programme, Ms. Kristina Baleisyte, Head of the NATO Liaison Office and representatives of national institutions that were directly involved in the IPAP activities / actions.

The working meetings focused on the discussion of the national report on the progress of IPAP implementation drafted with the responsible institutions’ contributions, as well as on the exchange of views on identified priorities for further cooperation of the Republic of Moldova with NATO. The representatives of the national authorities expressed their interest for the continuation of the projects carried out in our country with the support of the North Atlantic Alliance.

In her speech, the State Secretary of MFAEI stated that the political dialogue with the Alliance is successful in all the formats, mentioning developments in different directions of cooperation and of foreign policy in general.

NATO representatives highlighted that the Alliance values its cooperation with the Republic of Moldova and reiterated its commitment to continuing and strengthening it.

The last assessment of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) Republic of Moldova-NATO took place in May 2013.