The Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Moldova, together with the Embassies of the EU Member States accredited to the Republic of Moldova and the Embassies of the Eastern Partnership countries, are organizing during the entire month of May a series of educational, cultural and interactive events on the occasion of Europe Day 2020. For the first time, Europe Day is marked in the Republic of Moldova during a month through TV, Radio and online.

This year Europe Day will take place online, with an agenda full of creative activities for the Moldovan public. With this initiative the European Union remains close to the citizens of this country, bringing into their homes a series of online events to mark European values, despite these challenging times.

The agenda will include online events for everybody, with educational activities for children, young people and adults, which aim to show case the cooperation between the European Union and the Republic of Moldova, as well as provide the opportunity for the Moldovans to enjoy various creative events during the month of May.

The agenda of activities dedicated to Europe Day starts on May 5 on TV and Radio, followed by a series of cultural and educational events in the online environment.

On May 9, when the European Union marks the 70th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration, a unique concert will take place, performed by the Moldovan National Youth Orchestra and La La Play Voices, with the participation of 200 musicians from the Republic of Moldova and the European Union. The traditional European Film and Culture Festival is also present this year and will take place on TV and online, between 10 and 17 of May. During the Festival, Moldovan public will have access to artistic films and documentaries of unique value, as well as concerts of talented performers from all over Europe.

„Europe Day marks the values that formed the basis of the creation of the European Union and that, for 70 years since the Schuman Declaration, have governed, through solidarity and unity, the Member States. These values allow us to live together, to become even stronger and more united, contrary to the differences of language, culture, religion and customs. Solidarity is the pillar on which the functioning of the European Union is based, being applied especially in the relationship with the Republic of Moldova. I think the coronavirus pandemic has shown more than ever that only through solidarity can we meet any challenge and become even stronger.”, declares His Excellency, Mr. Peter Michalko, Ambassador of the European Union Delegation in the Republic of Moldova.

70 years after signing the Schuman Declaration, Europe is inspiring like never before to be supportive, responsible and innovative.

#StayHome and be part of these creative events organized on the occasion of Europe Day. The Agenda with the activities can be found on: