Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Iurie Leanca and Business Chairman of the Bulgaria Embassy at Chisinau, Kliment Pramov, signed a financial assistance agreement yesterday, December 20, which provides for a grant of 140,000 euros for endowment schools in Taraclia district with computers and modern IT equipment offered by Bulgaria.
The modernization of the informatics cabinets for the students from 19 gymnasium / lyceum schools in Taraclia district will significantly contribute to raising the quality of the educational process at European standards, the Moldovan deputy prime minister, who discussed the issue with the Bulgarian officials during the visit to Sofia from 4-5 April this year.
"I am very happy to have signed the Financial Assistance Agreement, which will allow children to study and develop their skills according to modern requirements. I sincerely thank the Republic of Bulgaria for supporting our initiative financially in order to modernize the informatics school offices in Taraclia district", said Iurie Leanca.
During the event, the Deputy Prime Minister reiterated his desire to develop new concrete projects for the benefit of citizens, such as enhancing the exchange of teachers and pupils, according to European practices in the field, as well as the twinning of the localities of the two states.
The Business Embassy of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Chisinau, Kliment Pramov, underlined that his country is a loyal friend of the Republic of Moldova, and the projects implemented here aim to support our country near the European Union.
"After your meeting with Deputy Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Ekaterina Zaharieva, behold Initial tert initiative caught your life. We are grateful that Moldovans with Bulgarian backgrounds will study and gain knowledge through advanced technologies", said Kliment Pramov.
According to the provisions, the Agreement enters into force from the date of signing, and the envisaged activities will be implemented within one year. The non-refundable grant amounting to 140 thousand euros will be disbursed in two installments, the procedure for the acquisition of modern computing technique will be carried out by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research.