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Weekly updates #4
September 18th - 24th 2023
Hello friends, what a week! Yesterday, we (me and the ministry team) went for a retreat. It was one of those moments when you realize that the people are the most critical value of an institution and a country. I am very grateful for this; we will bring Moldova into the EU together.
The construction sites of the G141 and G125 roads and the Leova-Bumbata customs access road are almost ready. In short, having European roads is our number one priority, and we are working on it.
The junction near Balti on the M5 road is one of Moldova's most essential and complex road junctions, linking the national roads to Ukraine and Romania. Workers still have to install the kerb, pavements, and drainage system and finish the retaining wall.
The government approved the law on road safety. In 2022, we had 2312 accidents and more than 200 road deaths. We want to reduce this number and ensure people don't lose their lives or health on public roads. Road safety audits will ensure that we plan, design, and build the road infrastructure with security as a top priority.
Covurlui and Tomai villages in the Leova district, where two cultural centers are being built thanks to the European Village projects. Also, thanks to this project, the kindergarten in Negureni enjoys new furniture and digital tools that create a friendly and comfortable environment for children and employees.
During my visit to Bălți city, I attended the inauguration of Dimitrie Cantemir High School, which was supplied with renewable energy by installing 25 photovoltaic panels, the walls were insulated, the roof was rebuilt, and a toilet for disabled people was built: all the necessary conditions for students to feel good and comfortable when they come to class. All this was possible thanks to the European Union partners.
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