EU donates nuclear laboratory to Moldova

On February 12 Environment Ministry signed agreements on aqueducts’ construction with the village mayoralties. Also, the Environment Ministry received a nuclear testing laboratory donated by the European Union.

Thus, the mayoralty of the Mitoc village, Orhei district, will benefit from 463,000 lei, the mayoralty of the Coropceni village, Telenesti district, will receive 433,000 lei, the mayoralty of the Doltu village, Falesti district, - 1 million lei, the mayoralty of the Truseni village, Chisinau municipality, - 500,000 lei and the mayoralty of the Greblesti village, Straseni district, - 1 million lei. The money is intended for the construction or repair works of aqueducts and sewerage networks. The mayoralty of the Oxentea village, Dubasari district, will be granted 100,000 lei to restore the recreation park of the gymnasium.

«I think that in 5-10 years, the citizens of our villages will have access to drinking water, a thing never happened before», Environment Minister Gheorghe Salaru told journalists. He added that the proceeds were earmarked from the National Ecological Fund and the local communities would cover at least 15 per cent of spending. The local mayoralties will be the ones to employ the companies responsible to carry out the works and manage the constructions.

Also, the EU donated a radioactive materials laboratory to the National Agency for Regulation of Nuclear and Radiological Activities, subordinated to the Environment Ministry. Salaru said the truck amounted to 350,000 euros. The European Commission also provided training courses to Moldovan specialists. «The issues dealing with the nuclear security are not only national, they also create concerns at international level», Salaru said.

Adapted from Moldpres



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