Queues formed on the border of Moldova and Romania on June 1: people decided to take advantage of the additional weekend on Thursday and Friday, which appeared due to the holding of the summit of the European Political Community.
This was reported by the border police of Moldova, according to Newsmaker.
On June 1 and 2, a holiday was announced in Moldova in connection with the summit of the European Political Community, which is being held in the village of Bulboaca, near the border with Ukraine. In this regard, many Moldovans decided to take advantage of the four weekends between June 1 and 4 and spend a mini-vacation abroad.
Queues arose at the checkpoint of Leusheny-Albitsa, where a large number of cars, minibuses and buses gathered.
Border guards use portable equipment to check documents to reduce waiting times at checkpoints.
The border police reminds that there are seven checkpoints on the border of Moldova and Romania.
The second meeting of the European Political Community will discuss joint efforts for peace in the context of the war in Ukraine and related crises, protection of democracy, strengthening of energy security and stability of European states. See how the normal life of the country was "stopped" in Moldova for the sake of the summit, in the "EP" video blog from the scene.