Moldovan Parliamentarians visit The Hague

From 18 to 21 April 2008 a Moldovan delegation of elected members of parliament visited The Hague for the concluding seminar in the Moldovan Parliamentary Program, which was held to present and discuss the main conclusions of the draft Expert Report. After arrival on the 18th, the delegation was given the opportunity to relax during a sea-sight lunch on the beach of Scheveningen. In the evening the seminar was officially opened with drinks and dinner at the famous Kurhaus.

Monday, April 19th, was the day of the official presentation of the Expert Report at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It was a very constructive day in which the members of parliament were given ample opportunity to discuss the content and conclusions of the report. The points brought to the floor were very valuable additions and will certainly be of use to CESS and our Moldovan partner, the European Institute for Political Studies, in the final recommendations. This productive day was concluded with a very enjoyable sunset dinner in Scheveningen. After the presentation of the report, the delegation spent the remaining two days visiting the Dutch Court of Audit, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, and the parliament of the Netherlands, where they met with Mr Hans van Baalen, chairman of the Parliamentary Defence Committee. During these visits, the exchanging of views and opinions led to interesting discussions which were of great added value to the programme.



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