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The Moldovan authorities supported cooperation with the federal state of Hesse

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Chisinau, January 8 – Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa spoke in favor of developing economic cooperation with the federal state of Hesse (Germany), the press service of the republic’s government reported on Sunday.
Moldovan Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilitsa completed a working visit to Germany on January 8, where she participated in the CSU parliamentary group meeting in the Bundestag and also met with the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola.
“Prospects for strengthening cooperation between Moldova and the Federal State of Hesse were considered at a meeting held in Germany between the Prime Minister of the country and the Prime Minister of the State of Hesse, Boris Rein. Both sides noted the importance of developing bilateral relations on many levels. Gavrilica spoke about the possibility of expanding cooperation in economic terms. , expressing Moldova’s interest in attracting investors from the land of Hesse, ”reported the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers of Moldova.
The government emphasized that the Moldovan authorities are interested in attracting “new areas of investment, such as medicines or electronic products”.

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After the meeting, Gavrilitsa expressed her gratitude to the German side for the donation made to the Moldovan police.
“During the meeting, the head of the executive branch welcomed the cooperation between the Hesse Police and the Main Police Inspectorate of Moldova, emphasizing the contribution of the German side to strengthening the potential of the Ministry of the Interior. In the near future, this inspection of the Ministry of Internal Affairs will receive a donation from the State of Hesse – two cars and 100 protective vests.” – stressed the Moldovan government.
In April last year, an international conference was held in Berlin, during which France, Germany and Romania announced the creation of a “Moldova Support Platform”. At that time, nine international organizations and 36 donor countries promised assistance to Chisinau in the amount of 695 million euros – it was about grants, loans and humanitarian aid. The second meeting of this platform was held in July in Bucharest, and the third meeting was held in November in Paris.

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