Winter atmosphere was spread 31st August st. in the capital. Christmas House Fair, organized by the Government was inaugurated.
Hundreds of people gathered at the fair organized by the Government of the Republic of Moldova. People have fun on the rhythms of different music. The Christmas Fair was decorated in an European style. Edelweiss Foundation also supported arranging the area.
"Dear friends, It's my pleasure to be here in such moments when all energy and happiness has been transmitted from these beautiful children. I thank you all our children who have given us wonderful Christmas carols.
Christmas House is really important part of our Fair. It begins today and is to be enjoyed until January 14.
I thought Christmas House should be the place where we feel the best like at home, where we feel the true warmth of Christmas holiday, we feel safe and enjoy everything with our families.
I'm looking at this nice fir tree that was brought by our Romanian neighbors, I'm looking at the beautiful carousel that was brought by our neighbors from Ukraine.
This would mean that the holidays will be celebrated with our neighbors along with the whole country because we have bring children from all over Moldova, thousands of children will come from the north and south and Transnistria which will mean that we will celebrate together.
We also had another reason to organize this event. First of all, you know we are pro-European government, and this Christmas fair represents exactly the European city", said Premier Pavel Filip
Among the guests of the fair was the interim mayor, Silvia Radu, who was delighted. She says she will come with her children to enjoy the magic of holidays at a real Christmas Fair.
"This Christmas Fair is really nice in a capital of Europe. People will enjoy this fair. And after work, we're going to drink a cup of water and eat a pie. And tomorrow I will take my children and come with them to enjoy ", said the interim president of Chisinau, Silvia Radu.
The Christmas Fair will be open daily until January 14th.