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Students, young families to get subsidised loans on state guarantees under the Student Invest and Family Start national programmes

Romanian students and young families will have access to subsidised loans on state guarantees under the Student Invest and Family Start national programmes, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca said on Wednesday at the Government House, where he, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Marcel Ciolacu, and Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor participated in the signing ceremony of the implementation and guarantee agreements for the Student Invest and Family Start national programmes.

For the government, the prime minister said, the students who are currently in school are the future generation that must be provided with the necessary framework for education and enabled to perform like their colleagues from other European countries.

Regarding the programme intended for young families, the prime minister said that the measure is designed to encourage access to funding for home loans.

He also mentioned the start of a national programme for the construction of new nurseries.

“This is a programme designed to support young families and relieve them of this worry about the place where they can leave their children when they go to work or when they go to solve other problems. Of course, all this, along with increasing the amount for social scholarships, providing vouchers for school supplies, increasing the number of schools that will join the Hot Meals programme are measures that we have established in the coalition and that were adopted by the government to be able to secure access to education and conditions as close as possible to what we all want, an education system that provides the same conditions that are in other European countries,” added Ciuca, according to Agerpres.

Signing the implementation and guarantee agreements for the Student Invest and Family Start national programmes on behalf of the government was Minister of Family, Youth and Equal Opportunities, Gabriela Firea, and Minister of Finance, Adrian Caciu.

 

Photo: www.gov.ro

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