News of the Day
Prime Minister Maia Sandu had an official meeting with Chief of the European Union Delegation in Chisinau, Peter Michalko. The head of the Executive thanked the European official for the enormous help offered to the Republic of Moldova by the European Union over time, reports Moldova 1.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated Maia Sandu for taking office as Prime Minister of Moldova and expressed hope that in the near future they would meet in Berlin, reports Radio Moldova.
An anti-corruption office, which will incorporate national and international experts, including from Romania, will be set up in the near future. The announcement was made today by Prime Minister Maia Sandu at a press conference calling for the resignation of officials who would have executed illegal orders so far. On the other hand, the Cabinet led by Sandu is accused by Democrats of appointing relatives of party leaders in key positions, the Mesager reports.
The 41 soldiers of KFOR-10 National Army have completed their mission and returned home. On 17 June they were awarded diplomas and National Army distinctions by Defense Minister Pavel Voicu.