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October 4, 2022

Bucharest grants 20 M EUR to Moldova for education infrastructure

Under a bilateral Agreement with the Republic of Moldova, Romania allocated this year EUR 20 million for educational infrastructure projects in the neighbouring country, informs a release of the Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration (MDRAP) to Agerpres. Deputy Prime Minister Dragnea met on Friday, Feb. 21 in Chisinau with Marcel Raducan, the Moldovan Minister of Regional Development and Construction. The two officials discussed the enforcement of the Agreement between the two states on the implementation of the Technical and Financial Assistance Program, based on a EUR 100 ml worth of grant Romania is offering Moldova. According to the Agreement, the national program coordinating authorities are the Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration and the Moldovan Ministry of Regional Development and Construction. Liviu Dragnea assured that MDRAP and the Government of Romania will provide all the necessary support and expertise for the preparation and implementation of the projects. Marcel Raducan thanked Romania for the concrete actions it takes to support the Republic of Moldova’s path towards the European Union.  Liviu Dragnea and Marcel Raducan met in the context of the official visit a Romanian delegation headed by Prime Minister Victor Ponta paid to Moldova on Feb. 21.

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