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Moldovan president urges to take care of people without holidays' warmth

22:05 | 24.12.2021 Category: Official

Chisinau, 24 December /MOLDPRES/ - President Maia Sandu, along with Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita and Parliament Speaker Igor Grosu, today evening participated in the opening of the Christmas Fair, organized by the Moldovan government in Chisinau. The head of state welcomed the people present in the public, as well as the ones who watched the event online or on TV, wishing everybody bright holidays, the presidential press service has reported.  

„Today we mark exactly one year since I became President of Moldova – a country which I want and we everybody want to be richer, prouder and happier. This has been a year which put us to unprecedented tests, as well as a year when Moldova restored its good name in the world. This was a complicated year for us and a complicated year for the entire world. As well as a year when the hope appeared. The hope, which nourishes the confidence and the confidence which nourishes the power to transform the dreams into reality. For every man and for all the country!     

We are a small country, but a big family. And Christmas has always been about the family and love, solidarity and generosity, about empathy and power to give. Therefore, I urge you, on these days, to take care of those who are lacking the warmth of the holidays. I want to convey good thought to those who are far away from home on holidays, as well as those who are at work, those who take care of our peace and save lives. We need solidarity, mutual care, in order to easier overcome the difficulties and to enjoy the future.   

Merry Christmas to everybody!’’ Maia Sandu said in her message.

Photo: Presidency

 

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