Government of Moldova to build homes for impoverished people
Prime-minister of the Republic of Moldova, Vlad Filat has organized a Governmental session today. The ministers have voted and agreed upon several new regulations.
During the assembly, the ministers have decided to initiate bargaining between Moldova and the Development Bank of the Council of Europe to get a loan in order to work out the project about building houses for the impoverished people. Veaceslav Negruta, minister of Finances, said that 15 blocks of flats in 12 towns of the country will be built. Hence, 700 apartments for over 2,500 people will be erected.
At the same time, the prime-minister said that Moldova has fulfilled all its commitments in front of the International Monetary Fund and the country is waiting for a decision from the Board of this international organization whose session will be held soon.