Chisinau, Nov 29 - AGERPRES special correspondent Victoria Vioara reports: Romanian President Traian Basescu said here on Friday he had, until recently, been 'worried' that he might have ended his second term-in-office too, without the Republic of Moldova's having set off on the road to the European Union, but he added that once the EU Association Agreement was initialed, such a risk no longer exists.
'I will confess you a little concern I've had in my heart up until now, in the last months. I was thinking I might end my second term-in-office too and the Republic of Moldova still not having set off on the road to Europe. But such a risk no longer exists. I am glad that you, the citizens of the Republic of Moldova have given me the opportunity to end my second term peacefully, since the second Romanian state goes after the first one into the EU', Basescu told a reception organized at the Romanian Embassy in Chisinau on the occasion of the National Day of Romania celebrated on December 1.
Also attending the event were Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti and Mircea Snegur, the first president after the neighbouring country had declared independence in 1991.AGERPRES
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