The trilateral collaboration between NIJ, NIM and RoAid continues and this year

29. 03. 2024

On Thursday, March 28, 2024, in hybrid format, took place the trilateral meeting between representatives of the National Institute of Justice of the Republic of Moldova, the National Institute of Magistracy (NMI) of Romania and the Agency for International Development Cooperation (RoAid).

During the meeting, which was attended by the Ad interim Director of the NIJ, Adrian Cerbu, the Director of the NIM, Simona Marcu, and RoAid representatives - Cristina Enache, head of the Project Implementation Service, and Razvan Opritoiu, advisor to the Service international cooperation programs, was evaluated the impact of the activities implemented during the last year within the project „Consolidation of the institutional capacity of the National Institute of Justice of the Republic of Moldova”. In particular, the training activities and internships at the similar institutions for NIJ beneficiaries were reiterated, as well as the study visit of the employees of the National Institute of Justice to the National Institute of Magistracy.

Also were emphasized technical aspects for continuing exchange of best practices programme between legal professionals from Romania and the Republic of Moldova, which will carry on this year.  Therefore, a number of activities oriented on strengthening the professional capacities of NIJ beneficiaries will be implemented, including: the organization of study visits, the provision of expertise by NIM trainers in the field of European acquis and legal reasoning in civil matters, as well as other major issues that require the sphere of intervention of partners from Romania.

The meeting, from the National Institute of Justice, was also attended by Ecaterina Popa, head of the Training and Research Department, and Olga Marandici, adviser to the Director, head of the International Relations Section, and from the NIM participated Nadia-Simona Taran, head of the International Relations Bureau, projects with foreign financing and public policies, and Ruxandra Stan, staff assimilated to magistrates at NIM.