Moldovan president visits Calarasi district
13:59 | 14.12.2022 Category: Official
Chisinau, 14 Dec. /MOLDPRES/- President Maia Sandu visited Sipoteni village, Călărași district, and spoke with the people about the situation in the country, the locality's problems, and the country's development plans, despite the crises we are going through, the presidential press service has reported.
"I told them that keeping the peace is our main concern and that we will continue to do everything for the safety of the citizens. We also discussed the country's energy vulnerabilities, and what we need to do to become energy independent in the future. In Sipoteni, people are convinced that European integration is the surest way for the peaceful and prosperous development of the Republic of Moldova", the head of state said.
Maia Sandu also visited the local school, renovated with the support of the World Bank as part of a project that was initiated during her tenure as Minister of Education. "I was happy to see the very good conditions in which the students and teachers of Sipoteni learn and work today. Now, through the European Village national program, the House of Culture in the locality is in the process of being renovated", the head of state also pointed out.
The President emphasized that it is important for all our communities to prosper, and this requires a joint effort. "We can do this together: by providing the local power with the conditions for business development, which will lead to the creation of jobs and increased income for local budgets; by continuing national investment programs, such as the European Village; by attracting external funds for development," said the head of state.
Maia Sandu also mentioned that in these difficult times, caused by the war, we have the support of external partners for development projects and to deal with the energy crisis. Part of this support is found in offsets on energy bills. "Through solidarity at the national and international level we will manage to overcome this difficult period", concluded the head of state.