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Moldova to receive 48.7 million euros on behalf of Germany for social projects

12:22 | 17.05.2023 Category: Economic

Chisinau, 17 May /MOLDPRES/ - Moldova might benefit from non-refundable assistance worth 48.7 million euros. Today, the members of the parliamentary commission for foreign policy and European integration approved the starting of the negotiations for the conclusion of an agreement with the German federal government, which sees the providing of this financial support.    

The money will be used for the financing of two projects: Production of ecological energy and energy efficiency (38.7 million euros) and Supply with water and evacuation of residual waters in the Cahul district II (10 million euros).  

Thus, most money will be invested through a national programme on energy rehabilitation of Moldova’s real estate fund, which regards both the public institutions (kindergartens, schools, municipal and district hospitals) and residential buildings. The project provides for the carrying out of works for the improvement of buildings’ energy performance indexes: the heating, ventilation and thermal energy distribution systems, as well as the illumination systems are to be rehabilitated.    

At the same time, 10 million euros, provided by the German government, will be for financing the project, Water and sewerage supply in the Cahul district II. The additional financial sources are needed, in order to cover the budget deficit for the project, which implies the setting of the water main from SP-1 Prut up to the water-purifying station, rehabilitation of water supply segments from the Cahul city, extension of the sewerage system in the settlement and the renovation of two sewerage pumping stations.    

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