Dorin Duszczak, one of the leaders of the Moldovan National Unity Party, is convinced that the joint meeting of the parliaments of Moldova and Romania planned for 2018 can become a platform for the unification of the two countries.
He expressed this opinion after a meeting in Bucharest between the Speaker of the Parliament of Moldova Andrian Candu and the leaders of the Romanian parliament, as reported by Ukrinform.
“The joint meeting of the legislative bodies of the two countries can become an excellent platform for the development and approval of a single proposal on the unification of the two countries,” said Duszczak.
In his opinion, the joint meeting of the parliaments of Romania and Moldova is also significant because the parliamentarians will have a quorum for making specific decisions, including decisions related to the unification of the two countries.
According to recent polls, the number of Moldovan citizens favoring unification with Romania ranges from 20% to 23%.
Last week, the Speaker of the Moldovan Parliament apologized to Romania for statements that Dodon made.