Weekly Updates #10
The days when WizzAir came back to Moldova
The elections are over, but our purpose and daily tasks kept the days full. The great news came last week when WizzAir announced that from the 14th of December would reopen three routes (London, Milan, and Rome) to and from Chișinău. This means that our air space is safe and our market is evolving. But as always, let’s take them one by one.
The national public road G118 G110 - Căinari - Sălcuța - R26, where a section of 3.4 km is being rehabilitated. There are a lot of wineries in the region so an adequate infrastructure is needed.
The Matei Basarab High School in Basarabeasca, thanks to the support of the European Union and the German Embassy in Moldova, has been rehabilitated. The project carried out made the building energy efficient, 35 photovoltaic panels were installed, the lighting of the high school and its grounds was changed, and a pathway for disabled access was built. The 266 pupils, 18 teachers, and 14 auxiliary workers are now working in better, European conditions.
The progress of the construction works on the bypass road of Vulcanesti, on the route M3 Chisinau - Comrat - Giurgiulesti - border with Romania. This segment of almost 9 kilometers will help carriers and companies exporting our products through the port of Giurgiulesti. Once the works are completed, the road to the port will be faster, and more convenient and will reduce transport costs.
The repair works on the national road G141 Vulcănești - Colibași - R34. The road workers are now installing rainwater drainage systems and by mid-December, all the work will be completed. The repair of this sector will facilitate the transport of goods and passengers to and from the village of Colibași in Cahul and the town of Vulcănești.
In the second edition of the Romania - Republic of Moldova Economic Forum. I told the audience that in order to attract more investment, the Republic of Moldova must be rebuilt. Through the Moldova Infrastructure Reconstruction Plan 5+: we are building roads, bridges, developing Chisinau International Airport and the State Port of Giurgiulesti. These are big, ambitious projects, but strictly necessary for the economic development of the country and for the process of integration into the European Union.
The first parliamentary reading of the Road Transport Code has been approved. The new Code simplifies the conditions for carrying out road transport activities, decentralizes several processes, and ensures greater participation of local public authorities in the process of organizing road passenger transport by regular services. Our priority is to give access to modern transport to all citizens and this is what we will do, even if not all the “actors” agree on that.