Minister of Internal Affairs Ana Revenco, being part of the Moldovan delegation led by President Maia Sandu, will participate on Februarie17-19 in the 59th Munich Security Conference in Germany.
During the three-day conference, the Minister of Internal Affairs will have bilateral discussions with European officials. Special attention will be paid to the operationalisation of the EU Security Hub from Chisinau, since the Republic of Moldova has become a security provider for the European area by strengthening the security belt at the border with the war in Ukraine.
Ana Revenco will also participate in various panel discussions, which will address topical issues, including: strengthening the resilience of the Republic of Moldova and the regional security environment, hybrid threats from the Russian Federation, as well as prospects and priorities for cooperation with EU Member States.
The Munich Security Conference is the most important forum for transatlantic and international security and has become an annual event focused on promoting peaceful settlement of issues, global cooperation and dialogue. This year’s conference will bring together more than 45 heads of state and government from around the world and more than 70 ministers.