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Plenipotentiary Representative of Moldova to EEC Oksana Grechany first attended EEC Board meeting

Plenipotentiary Representative of Moldova to EEC Oksana Grechany first attended EEC Board meeting

5/26/2020

On May 26, Oksana Grechany, Plenipotentiary Representative of the Government of the Republic of Moldova to the Eurasian Economic Commission, attended the meeting of the EEC Board for the first time.


Prior to the meeting, Daniyar Turusbekov, Director of the EEC Organizational Support and Protocol Department, met with Oksana Grechany, who delivered a copy of the letter from Ion Chicu, Prime Minister of Moldova, to Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the EEC Board, on vesting her with authority.


​"I am confident that this appointment will serve to further develop comprehensive interaction between the Republic of Moldova, the Eurasian Economic Commission and the Eurasian Economic Union Member States,"
Ion Chicu stressed in the letter.


Mikhail Myasnikovich welcomed Oksana Grechany at the meeting of the EEC Board, wishing her success at this responsible position.


"It is very important for us to take part in the meetings, especially considering that Moldova is the first Observer State at the EAEU. We hope that we will set a good example, and other countries will follow our example," Oksana Grechany noted.


The Republic of Moldova was granted the Observer State status at the EAEU on May 14, 2018 by the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council.


For reference


In accordance with the Regulation on the Status of an Observer State at the EAEU approved by Decision No. 8 of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council dated May 14, 2018, the Government of the State having obtained the Observer State status at the Union shall delegate to the Commission’s place of residence a person who is permanently authorized to regularly interact with the Commission and its bodies.


The Representative shall facilitate the establishment and maintenance of regular contacts between relevant executive authorities of the Observer State and the Commission on the issues related to developing trade and economic interaction, technical, customs, sanitary and phytosanitary regulation and other issues within the Commission's competence as well as promote dialogue and cooperation in the spheres of mutual interest to the Observer State and the Member States. Furthermore, the Representative, his Apparatus staff and other representatives of the Observer State shall be entitled to participate, by invitation, in meetings of the Commission's advisory bodies, as well as in meetings of the Commission’s Board and the Commission’s Council without voting rights. Invitations shall be sent to the Observer State for all meetings, except for meetings on the issues that are considered private at the request of a Member of the Commission's Board and (or) a Member State.​