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07.07.2020

The NBM Governor had a meeting with the Romanian Ambassador

 


The Governor of the National Bank of Moldova (NBM), Octavian Armașu, had a meeting today with the Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Moldova, Daniel Ioniță.

The dialogue focused on the Moldovan-Romanian bilateral collaboration, the financial and banking context amid the crisis and the central bank's approaches in this regard, as well the need to continue reforms in our banking system. The talks also focused on the prospects for the Republic of Moldova to sign an agreement with the IMF and its importance for the country's economic development.

The NBM Governor, Octavian Armașu, mentioned the significance for the Republic of Moldova of the attitude of solidarity and empathy shown by Romania towards our citizens through the humanitarian and financial assistance generously provided during this difficult period. The NBM official also referred to the resulting experience of collaboration between the National Bank of Moldova and the National Bank of Romania.

In his turn, the Ambassador Daniel Ioniță appreciated the evolution of the reforms in the banking system of the Republic of Moldova, especially the transparency of shareholders and the alignment with international banking supervision standards, which determined the arrival of strategic European investors, including the Romanian investor - Banca Transylvania.

In conclusion, the official expressed the Romania's openness to be with the Republic of Moldova and to support it in its European course, emphasizing the importance of maintaining the independence of the monetary and supervisory authority, as well the further modernization of the banking sector.

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