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Visit of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova

On 4 April 2022 from 7:30 p.m. - the evening before the donor conference - the German public will have the opportunity to learn more about the humanitarian situation of Ukrainian refugees and the consequences of the refugee movement for the Republic of Moldova from the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Natalia Gavrilița, at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin. The event will be held in English. simultaneous interpretation will be provided in german.


On Tuesday 5 April, an international donor conference will be held in Berlin to help the Republic of Moldova cope with the refugee movement triggered by the Ukraine war. The small Republic of Moldova, with its population of only 2.6 million and the lowest gross domestic product per capita of all European countries, took in more than 330,000 refugees from the neighbouring country in a very short time. Although many travelled on, around 110,000 are being cared for permanently in the Republic of Moldova - including around 48,000 children and young people. Germany, together with France and Romania, is now organising a donor conference in Berlin to discuss comprehensive international aid for the Republic of Moldova.



7:30 p.m.  Welcome

Welcome by Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering, former President of the European Parliament, Representative for European Affairs of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung


7:40 p.m. Greeting

Greeting by Mr. Aureliu Ciocoi, designated Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova in Germany


7:50 Speech

Speech by Mrs. Natalia Gavrilița, Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova



8:20 p.m. Answering questions from the audience

Answering questions from the audience
Moderation by Katja Christina Plate, Head of the Romania and Republic of Moldova Offices of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung


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  • Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering
    • Aureliu Ciocoi
    • Natalia Gavrilița
    • Katja Christina Plate

Katja Christina Plate

Katja Christina Plate

Head of the KAS Offices Romania and Republic of Moldova + 40 21 302 02 61