Carolina - Moldova Partnership for Peace program is based upon an agreement to link
these two states together to better facilitate cooperation in the areas of civil
emergency operations, expansion of markets, cultural, scientific and academic
exchanges, and the coordination of humanitarian efforts of many governmental and
Carolina - Moldova Partnership was formalized on April 22, 1999 by the Republic
of Moldova and the State of North Carolina. It has since evolved into a partnership
that includes the efforts of many more organizations and individuals to include
private firms, civic organizations and non-profit agencies. The partnership
is a bi-lateral association with planning committees in both North Carolina and
the Republic of Moldova who work together in a cooperative effort to improve and
enrich the lives of everyone it touches.
International Agreement Renewed
Between North Carolina and Moldova
The Memorandum of Principles and Procedures Between the Republic of Moldova and the State of North Carolina Concerning their Desire to Strengthen their Good Relations” was signed on September 30, 2015 by Pat McCrory, Governor of the State of North Carolina, in Raleigh, North Carolina. On October 9, 2015 the Memorandum of Understanding was signed in Chisinau, Moldova, by Elaine F. Marshall, Secretary of State of North Carolina; Andrei Galbur, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration; and Valeriu Strelet, Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova.
This Partnership, which was forged out of the NATO Partnership for Peace in 1999, is formally renewed every five years. The bilateral agreement signed on October 9, 2015 renewed the Partnership between North Carolina and Moldova for another term. The agreement outlines the shared commitment of the governments of North Carolina and Moldova to the goals of mutual coordination and understanding.
On January 20, 2010 the Moldovan Prime Minister Vladimir Filat met with Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, NC Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall, Senate President Pro Tempore Marc Basnight, Speaker of the House Joe Hackney, and other state officials in the Senate Chamber of the North Carolina Legislative Building in Raleigh to sign a Bilateral Agreement renewing the North Carolina-Moldova Partnership.
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the 2010 agreement
here to see the 2010 Romanian version of the agreement