Central European Midday Report: "Regional Developments in Moldova and Bulgaria: Export Gains and Diplomatic Engagements"

Central European Midday Report: "Regional Developments in Moldova and Bulgaria: Export Gains and Diplomatic Engagements"


Moldova Gains Right to Export Fresh Poultry Meat to the EU: The Republic of Moldova has achieved a significant milestone by securing the right to export fresh and frozen poultry meat to the European Union. This announcement was made at the start of the government session by Prime Minister Dorin Recean.

"Today, we have excellent news for exporters: we have obtained the ability to export not only processed meat but also fresh and frozen meat to the EU. This demonstrates that when institutions work together, they can deliver results that benefit our economic agents, who create well-paying jobs," stated Prime Minister Recean.

In the past two years, the National Agency for Food Safety (ANSA) has facilitated several audit missions from the European Commission. These missions evaluated Moldova's national system of sanitary-veterinary control, the professionalism of inspectors, the management of avian influenza outbreaks, laboratory testing capabilities, and the implementation of EU standards by economic agents intending to export to the EU market.

Bulgaria's Acting Prime Minister Highlights Key Events: Acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev addressed the government session, discussing several recent events involving Bulgaria's participation on the international stage and within the country.

Glavchev met with the German and Ukrainian ambassadors on Monday. The ambassadors invited Bulgaria to a conference in Berlin on June 11 and 12, focused on reconstructing Ukraine after the Russian aggression. Bulgaria confirmed its participation in areas such as energy, transport infrastructure, housing, and the economy.

The acting prime minister also discussed a meeting with Minister of Electronic Governance Valentin Mundrov, where they drew lots for the machines to certify the election process. Glavchev noted the transparency of the process.

Additionally, Glavchev highlighted a meeting with the National Council of Religious Communities in Bulgaria, emphasizing the council's example of interfaith cooperation. He concluded by wishing everyone a bright holiday, promoting harmony among different faiths and beliefs.


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