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    Film screening „Moldova – return to Europe?” in London

    Film screening „Moldova – return to Europe?” in London

    On November 15, 2012, Mr. Iulian Fruntaşu, Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to the UK, participated at the film screening „Moldova – return to Europe?” in London, an event organized by the Austrian Embassy to the UK, the European Council on Foreign Relations, the Austrian Cultural Forum and the European Stability Initiative.

    This documentary film by Gerald Knaus and Fritz Ofner is part of the Return to Europe film series www.returntoeurope.org initiated and supported by ERSTE Stiftung. This is the story of a country struggling to overcome the steepest economic decline any society ever experienced in peacetime. We meet musicians and activists, communists and secessionist, Europhiles, young urbanites and desperate pensioners, in a society caught between the EU in the West and an increasingly authoritarian East. As Moldova develops a clearer sense of where it wants to go as a country it deserves to be taken into account elsewhere in Europe, now more than ever.

    The event was followed by a debate with the topic “Why Moldova matters”, in which the panelists underlined that Moldova belongs to Europe, as well as highlighted the importance of granting the Republic of Moldova the perspective of joining the EU.

    Announcements

    • British actor awarded for his work in Moldova

      Tony Hawks, the British actor and comedian, was awarded the British Empire Medal by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of his support for children with disabilities in the Republic of Moldova, as well as of all support provided by the Tony Hawks Centre in Chisinau.



    • Announcement

      On 22 August, Vilen Murzac, Charge d`affaires a.i., visited Spanish Embassy in London and expressed full solidarity with the Spanish colleagues, on the occasion of the appauling terrorist acts commited in Barcelona and Cambrils on 17 August 2017. Mr Murzac signed the book of condolences in memory of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to those injured in the attacks.



    • The Embassy of the Republic of Moldova expresses solidarity with the Spanish colleagues

      On 22 August, Vilen Murzac, Charge d`affaires a.i., visited Spanish Embassy in London and expressed full solidarity with the Spanish colleagues, on the occasion of the appauling terrorist acts commited in Barcelona and Cambrils on 17 August 2017. Mr Murzac signed the book of condolences in memory of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to those injured in the attacks.