Roberta Metsola: I will do everything in my power to help Romania move towards Schengen

The President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, declared that she will do everything in her power to help Romania take the next step towards Schengen, because it seems “incorrect and unnecessary” to delay Romania’s admission to the Schengen Area.

Roberta Metsola had a meeting in Strasbourg with a delegation of journalists from Brăila and Galaţi, present in the European Parliament at the invitation of PSD MEPs Mihai Tudose and Dan Nica.

“Romania’s admission to the Schengen Area remains a priority. Before joining this Parliament in 2013, I had spent 10 years in the Council, and my country supported Romania’s accession to the European Union. Now, my institutional role is to address the request to I don’t think it’s time to look seriously at each other, as EU member states, because there are no class differences between us and we don’t have to. It is time for the EU to truly see itself as a secure union, not just an economic trading bloc, but one in which we can share the common values ​​of democracy. find full support, you have many friends, you have great ambassadors in Parliament, with strong voices, whom I support and I will do everything in my power to take the next step, “said Roberta Metsola, according to Agerp nothing.

PSD MEP Mihai Tudose, former prime minister, said on this occasion that Romania had met the conditions for joining the Schengen area since he was prime minister and that the delay in Romania’s admission is “only a matter of political interests, which is not the case.” correct”.

“It is not fair for Romania, which has struggled to meet all the conditions for joining the Schengen Area. You are talking about food corridors, but we are not in Schengen. “No one can tell us at this time, ‘Look, you have this problem, that’s why you can’t be admitted.’ MEP Mihai Tudose.

The President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, has assured that she will give a speech at the European Council in support of Romania’s admission to the Schengen Area.

“You are right, it is a difficult situation that many states have gone through, but Romania has been in this situation for too long. It is incorrect and unnecessary and I will say this in the European Council,” concluded Roberta Metsola.

Editor: IC

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