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It was designated the best Twinning project

   
29.10.2013   1423 Views   1 Comments

Today at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Moldova unfolded an inter-regional seminar "territories in action: six pilot projects for Moldova", organized within the Twinning Project "Strengthening the Capacities of Regional Development in the Republic of Moldova" (component 3, activity 3).

The inauguration of the seminar activities was attended by: Victor ZUBCU, Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Construction; Patrick NODDINGS, project leader on behalf of the European Union; Igor MALAI, project leader on the part of the beneficiary country and leader for C3, Deputy Head of the Directorate for Regional Development, MRDC, Anne AZAM-PRADEILLES; a resident of Twinning, Vasile MARINA, habitat doctor, University Professor, Rector of the Academy, and local and international experts, as well

The South RDA was attended by Director, Mrs. Maria Culeșov, and management of project specialist Andrei Tocaru, Alexandru Sîrbu, specialist in planning and programming, and members of working groups within the framework of Twinning.

At the seminar six pilot projects were presented in the regions of North, Central and South. In order to respect the treatment of all teams, the order of the presentations was random. This project began with the presentation of the project "Facilitating New Business Development through the Creation of a Regional Business Incubator in Cimișlia". In the opening word, President of the Cimislia District Council, Maxim Colța, noted the necessity of implementing this project with regional impact. He also praised the collaboration between specialists and the South RDA and the Cimișlia District Council, has being a collaboration that brings visible results.

                               

They attended the presentation and other projects, according to the established order, and the best project was designated to "Water Supply from the Prut River from the South Development Region".