Ukraine and Moldova should synchronize their positions within work on accession to ENTSO-E - Hopko
Ukraine and Moldova should synchronize their positions within the framework of work on accession to the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), Hanna Hopko, the head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Foreign Affairs, has stated.
"We are interested in the positive decision of ENTSO-E regarding the transition to synchronous work with Ukraine and Moldova. That's why it is important for Ukraine and Moldova to move together in this process," she wrote on her Facebook page, following a meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister of Moldova Lilian Darii.
Hopko said Kyiv is actively implementing measures to integrate its market into the European one, in particular, on June 28, 2017 Ukrenergo signed an agreement on the conditions of the future integration of the energy systems of Ukraine and Moldova into ENTSO-E. The agreement came into force on July 7 after it had been signed by the necessary number of European system operators.
Darii, in turn, noted the Moldovan system operator Moldelectrica also signed an agreement on the conditions of the future unification of its energy system with ENTSO-E, in particular, it cooperates with Romania in construction of two interconnectors.