Business & Strategies in Europe S.A. (B&S Europe), a Brussels based consultancy firm with twenty years of experience in providing capacity building services, ensuring “Support to the implementation of the European Union High Level Advisers' Mission”, seeks to receive expressions of interest by qualified professionals for filling the position of Assistant (male/female) of the EU High Level Adviser on Justice & Prosecution Service; Confidence Building Measures (2 positions).
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EU HLA Mission 2019 - 2021
Ad hoc project steering committee of the “Support to the Implementation of the EU High Level Advisers’ Mission” took place today, 28 May 2021. Representatives of the Government institutions and members of the steering committee discussed and assessed the performance of eight out of the ten EU High Level Advisers. The committee finally decided to extend their contracts for one more year.
A new EU High Level Adviser, on Green Transition, has joined the team of the Mission to Moldova, thus increasing the total number of currently working Advisers to ten. Justina Grigaravičienė has started today her assignment within the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment. Before joining the Mission, Ms Grigaravičienė, with almost 20 years of experience in the field, had previously held senior managerial positions in the Ministry of Environment of Lithuania, as well as advisory positions in the Lithuanian Parliament.
Business & Strategies in Europe S.A. (B&S Europe), a Brussels based consultancy firm with twenty years of experience in providing capacity building services, ensuring “Support to the implementation of the European Union High Level Advisers' Mission 2019-2021”, seeks to receive expressions of interest by qualified professionals for filling the position of Assistant (male/female) of the EU High Level Adviser on Green Transition.
Data exchange system for mutual recognition of EU and Moldova authorised economic operators will be developed for the Customs Service with the support of the European Union
A complex data exchange system for the mutual recognition of authorised economic operators between the Republic of Moldova and the European Union will be developed for the Customs Service with the support of the European Union High Level Advisers’ Mission. A working meeting to mark the start of the assignment was held between the management of the Customs Service and the Delegation of the European Union today, 26 April.
Moldovan and Romanian Customs authorities will intensify cross-border cooperation, as a result of efforts to ensure joint and coordinated mechanisms in the customs clearance process. Additionally, the current bi-lateral cooperation plan was updated and signed by Directors of both institutions.
Experts in the field of Customs in the public and private sector, specialists in the field of international logistics, as well as anyone who is interested in trade have the opportunity to attend, on March 25-26, the first Conference dedicated to international trade facilitation – e-TRADECON. The event is organized by the Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova, the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Moldova, the USAID Moldova Structural Reform Program and the American Chamber of Commerce in Moldova. The conference is partnered by the European Business Association, the European Union High-Level Advisers Mission, and is supported by PwC Moldova. The forum brings together top experts from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, the European Commission, USAID, representatives of Customs authorities from Moldova, Romania, Ukraine.
The Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova, the European Union Delegation to the Republic of Moldova, the USAID Moldova Structural Reform Program and the American Chamber of Commerce in Moldova, in partnership with the European Business Association, invite you to the inaugural national conference dedicated to trade facilitation e-TRADECON, organised with the support of PwC and the European Union High Level Advisers’ Mission to Moldova.
The EU High Level Adviser on Customs and Tax Policy, Rosario De Blasio, took part at the VII Moldo-Italian Economic Forum, held on 5 March. He dedicated his presentation to the Inland Freight Terminal. According to him, 'in order to relieve pressure on border crossing points and reduce traffic congestion and overcrowding, a possible solution is the construction of a new Inland Freight Terminal (IFT) close to the capital city of Chisinau (which covers 80% of all import-export operations of the Republic), i.e. nearby consumption and production centres, interconnecting motorways, airport and railways.'