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More than 20,000 Citizens from the Development Region South will Have Access to Water Supply and Sanitation Services

   
01.12.2017   1763 Views  

On December the 1st, the Regional Development Agency South (RDA South) signed the contract for the "Construction of the Leova - Iargara aqueduct". The total value of the contract is about 3 million Euros. 2, 4 million Euros are given by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ), other 600 thousand Euros by the National Fund for Regional Development and Leova District Council.

 It worth mentioning that the project "Construction of Leova-Iargara aqueduct" is part of the project "Modernization of the Local Water Supply Services (WSS) in Leova district".

The „POLIMER GAZ CONDUCTE" LTD from Chisinau, the winner of the public tender procedure, will carry out the construction of the aqueduct.

The execution time of the contracted works is 9 months. Construction works will be monitored according to national legislation in force, as well as by the international experts delegated by GIZ.

The Leova - Iargara aqueduct of about 23.0 km length will connect Leova and Iargara towns, Filipeni, Romanovca, Sărata Nouă, Hanăsăseni Noi and Cupcui villages. This project aims to bring benefits to those about 23,433 citizens from Leova district.

 The local partners of this project are the members of the initiative groups, the Local Public Administration (LPA) from Leova district, the Leova District Council, as well as "Apă-Canal Leova" JSC - the WSS provider in Leova town.

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The project "Modernization of Local Public Services in the Republic of Moldova" (MLPS) is implemented by the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ) in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment of the Republic of Moldova and financially supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the European Union, the Government of Romania, the Government of Sweden and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).