Moldovan Deputy PM for reintegrated visits village of Causeni district
10:48 | 01.07.2022 Category: Official
Chisinau, 1 July /MOLDPRES/ - Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Oleg Serebrian and representatives of the Reintegration Policies Bureau have paid a working visit to the Hagimus village, south-eastern Causeni district, the Reintegration Policies Bureau reported.
On this occasion, the deputy PM had meetings with representatives of the local public administration from this settlement, economic agents, outstanding members of the local community, etc.
The participants in the discussion tackled more subjects concerning the environmental protection, developing the village’s economy and infrastructure, freedom of movement, impact of the programmes of activities on Moldova’s reintegration, which are backed from budgetary allocations, as this is regarded as a good practice promoted by the government.
During 2016-2020, the Hagimus mayoralty benefited from financial support within the programme of activities on Moldova’s reintegration and through other programmes for the promotion of confidence building measures worth over 4 million lei in all. Thus, the halls for the inferior groups of the kindergarten, auxiliary rooms and the sanitary units were rehabilitated, the networks of street illumination were extended, the headquarters of the Office of Family Physicians from the settlement was constructed, etc.
Deputy PM Oleg Serebrian visited the public institutions placed in the Hagimus village: Centre of Family Physicians, Community Centre, the Grigore Vieru kindergarten and the Ioan Voda gymnasium and took knowledge of their work. In the context, Serebrian stressed the need to contribute to the optimization of the providing of quality public services to residents.
Deputy Prime Minister Oleg Serebrian expressed openness for continuing the dialogue and gave assurances that the subjects tackled at the working visit had been taken in focus. He noted that, jointly with the national competent authorities, as well as in the current formats of negotiations, decision-makers would look for ways of their solving.
Photo: Reintegration Policies Bureau