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Exhibition dedicated to 30th anniversary of Moldovan-Austrian relations inaugurated in Chisinau

15:57 | 09.06.2022 Category: Culture

Chisinau, 9 June /MOLDPRES/ - The National Library (BNRM), Culture Ministry, Embassy of Austria in Chisinau, in cooperation with the Foreign Affairs and European Integration Ministry (MAEIE), today inaugurated an exhibition and event titled, Thirty years of diplomatic relations between Moldova and Austria, on the occasion of marking the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between Moldova and Austria.       

In his greeting message, the head of the Office of Coordination for Technical Cooperation at Austria’s Embassy in Moldova, Gunther Zimmer, highly appreciated the development of the relations between the two countries. Inter alia, he said that, starting from 2004 till present, Austria had invested over 60 million dollars in Moldova in diverse activity sectors. The official noted that Austria would further remain a reliable partner of Moldova.    

BNRM director Elena Pintilei said the exhibition’s goal was to promote the bilateral relations between Moldova and Austria during these three decades, to reconfirm Moldova’s interest and commitment, in order to   strengthen and develop the Moldovan-Austrian friendship relations, through documents and periodical publications of the National Library’s collections.   

The diplomatic relations between Moldova and Austria were established on 25 March 1992. Ninety eight companies with Austrian capital work in Moldova, among which the most important ones are Gebauer&Griller, Bitunova, Metos, OMV Petrom, Tricon, Austrian Airlines, Epamedia, Schenker, Bauer Group, BCR, Erste Bank, Quehenberger and VCE.     

The exhibition will be opened till 29 July.


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