Within a press conference, Rosa María Sánchez-Yebra Alonso, the deputy governor of the Development Bank of the Council of Europe has a social content and reaches the European standards. At the same time, this project will decrease the pressure on the hospitals and the impact will be higher.
"I am glad to be here and sign this borrowing agreement with the Republic of Moldova. I am glad to offer these ambulance to the health sector.
This project has a social content and reaches the European standards. This is not the first loan we offer to Moldova. We have a financial relationship since long ago. Our bank supports projects in fields such as Education, Judicial system and so on.
This is the third program in healthy system that we implement. We are ready to offer assistance in many other fields. I had a long discussion with the prime minister, where we discussed about the programs and reforms of the Government and also the priorities of the ministers.
Also, I attended meetings with the ministers. Today I will meet with other ministers and we will establish the priorities of each minister. Thus, our bank will support many other projects in Moldova.
As far as I know, the necessity of these projects is huge. So, the ambulances should reach Moldova as soon as possible. This will decrease the pressure on hospitals.
I want to thank the team of the European bank and the banks from Moldova, but also the Minister of Health for her hard work", said Rosa María Sánchez-Yebra Alonso, the deputy governor of the Development Bank of the Council of Europe.