Romania's Prime Minister Mihai Tudose on Friday after-noon had a meeting with Moldova's Parliament President Andrian Candu.
The Romanian PM, accompanied by members of his Cabinet, and the president of the Moldovan Legislature discussed for about an hour behind closed doors.
Later, Tudose signed the Moldovan Parliament's guestbook, and then he went to a plenary session of the Moldovan Parliament to salute the MPs.
The meetings at Parliament were the last stage of the visit Mihai Tudose paid to Chisinau on Friday. He also had a meeting with PM Pavel Filip, and then he participated in a ceremony where the keys to 96 school minibuses donated by Romania's Government were handed over.
Tudose was accompanied to Chisinau, Moldova's capitak, by Deputy PM and Regional Development Minister Sevil Shhaideh, Deputy PM Marcel Ciolacu, Justice Minister Tudorel Toader, Minister-delegate for European Affairs Victor Negrescu and Romania's ambassador in Chisinau Daniel Ionita.