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The European Union & Moldova: A Partnership for Prosperity

Ties between the European Union (EU) and the Republic of Moldova have been developing steadily since the early 1990s, with the EU stepping up its involvement in Moldova following the signature of an EU-Moldova Action Plan (AP) in February 2005.  

The commonly agreed priorities of the AP ensure the EU’s continued support for Moldova’s efforts in the field of democratisation, market and social reforms. An EU-Moldova political dialogue exists on the Transnistria conflict. The EU supports confidence building measures between both banks of the Nistru River, participates in the conflict negotiations and has established an EU Border Assistance Mission.

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