The parliament of Moldova will host a visit by a delegation of the Enlarged Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence of the Norwegian parliament.
The lawmakers of Norway will have meetings with the Moldovan leadership – President Maia Sandu, Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu and Prime Minister Dorin Recean. Also, the visit’s agenda includes discussions with the head of the parliament’s commission for foreign policy and European integration, Doina Gherman, and the head of the commission for national security, defence and public order, Lilian Carp.
At the government, the MPs of Norway’s Storting (parliament) will meet Deputy Prime Minister Oleg Serebrian, Energy Minister Victor Parlicov, Interior Minister Adrian Efros, Education and Research Minister Dan Perciun and a state secretary at the Foreign Affairs and European Integration Ministry, Vladimir Cuc. The Norwegian lawmakers also have planned meetings with Head of the EU Delegation in Moldova Jānis Mažeiks and representatives of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
The MPs of Norway’s Storting will visit Moldova on 19-21 November. During the meetings, the sides will discuss diverse topical subjects, among which the energy security and the European integration way of Moldova.