Republic of Moldova might receive the first tranche of the 100 million euro macro-financial assistance from European Union this spring. The announcement was made by Pavel Filip, within an episode of REPLICA TV show.
According to Prime Minister, all 10 terms were fulfilled and what remained is for a team of experts from Brussels to evaluate their implementation.
"We are optimistic, as there is a good chance that we will receive the first tranche by the end of March - April. Furthermore, we are being ambitious and plan to complete all requirements by the end of the spring - summer session" Prime Minister Pavel Filip said.
During the TV shows, Pavel Filip made a declaration for all those who claim that the Government's reform are inefficient.
"I have seen a TV shows with so-called experts who criticized everything the Government has done. The paradox is that said person is employed in the Reform implementation Center. He advises the Government and helped elaborate and implement those reforms. Moreover, he is well paid by the German economic team" Prime Minister announced.
Chief of Cabinet Ministers also mentioned this year's prioritized areas. The top spots being held by justice, education reforms and infrastructure development. At the same time, the magistrate's integrity will be evaluated.
"We have to be careful and not only evaluate those who entered the system, but also understand how they have done so. We also speak of law reform, as well as Constitutional Court's reform. This is a crucial reform, which later on brings investments and economic developments, as well as the possibility to make social and public investments" Pavel Filip explained.
Prime Minister has also mentioned that both he, and his colleagues from the Government, will stay clear of the elections.
"We will continue to discuss with our party colleagues and I am sure they will protect us from those political disputes so that we will be able to do an even better job this year. We did not think about launching any electoral campaign. We will work so that people will feel everything this Government managed to achieve for Moldova" Prime Minister Pavel Filip said.