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International: Moldova and Malta sign cooperation agreement on data protection

The National Center for Personal Data Protection in Moldova ('NCPDP') announced, on 23 November 2021, that it and the Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner in Malta ('IDPC') had signed a cooperation agreement on personal data protection. In particular, the NCPDP highlighted that the agreement provides for the development of cooperative relations between the two bodies in terms of achieving steady progress in the field of data protection and promoting good practices that will create favourable conditions for ensuring effective protection of personal data of citizens in Moldova and Malta. In addition, the NCPDP stated that the agreement is aimed at various activities that will drive the exchange of information on the application of European laws, regulations, standards, and recommendations in the field of personal data protection.

Moreover, the NCPDP outlined that the jurisdictions will exchange short-term experts for mutual professional development in specific sectors, cooperation in vocational training, qualification, consultations, seminars, conferences, and workshops, and organise activities focused on promoting the protection of privacy and personal data, among other things.  

You can read the press release, only available in Romanian, here.