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Programme on development of Balti city till 2028 worked out in Moldova

13:05 | 10.09.2022 Category: Regional

Chisinau, 10 September /MOLDPRES/ - The development of the Balti city in the next five years will be carried out based on a programme on speeding up the city’s development as pole of development (2023-2028). The Infrastructure and Regional Development Ministry (MIDR) made statements to this effect on 9 September.  

The preliminary version of the programme was discussed by ministry’s representatives at a meeting of the working group for its elaboration, organized by the North Regional Development Agency (ADR Nord).

The participants in the meeting stressed that the programme was a first ever event for Moldova and its goal was to support the consolidation of the Balti municipality’s role as important pole of development. ‘’Also, the programme will be an instrument for attracting investments, for the promotion of a better national and international connectivity, as well as for backing the structural exchanges of the local economy,’’ MIDR said.   

The programme on the speeding up of the Balti city’s development is to be given final touches in a short time and after the needed procedures are carried out, it is to be approved under Government Decision, according to the quoted source.

The event was organized with the support of the project, Modernization of Local Public Services in Moldova (MSPL) and Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova. The MSPL project is financed by the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and is implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) Moldova, in partnership with Moldova’s Infrastructure and Regional Development Ministry.  

Photo: ADR Nord

 

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