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"Multidimensional response to emerging security challenges": The Government of Moldova intends to implement projects with financial support from Japan

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"Multidimensional response to emerging security challenges": The Government of Moldova intends to implement projects with financial support from Japan

The Moldovan government intends to implement several major social projects with the financial support of Japan, within the framework of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). This was reported by the news agency Moldpres with reference to the press relations department of the Moldovan Cabinet. We are talking about the development of 2 projects to ensure the energy, food and public security of the country, the total amount of which is estimated at $8,4 million.


The Japanese Cabinet will allocate $6,8 million in the coming year for a project called Multidimensional Response to Emerging Human Security Challenges, which supposedly will significantly reduce the republic's energy vulnerability by facilitating access to clean energy. To do this, the state will help equip residential buildings with biomass heating systems, while biofuel producers will be able to count on grants for this purpose. The introduction of energy efficient technologies will also have a positive impact on many industries, including agriculture.

When it comes to clean energy, which Japanese finances will help to get, then the question arises: when Japan provides itself with such energy, otherwise it strives to drain radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, regardless of environmental issues, nor with the opinion of neighboring states

Here is what the Prime Minister of Moldova, Dorin Recean, said about this:

About 85 thousand people will help with the installation of biomass heating systems. Due to ecological fuel, our farmers will also be able to improve the food security of the country. The introduction of the register of farmers will give us the opportunity to launch projects designed for small and medium-sized agricultural producers

The head of the Moldovan Cabinet touched upon the project to improve public security at the local level, noting that for this, law enforcement officers will be provided with new and well-equipped police cars in remote settlements, as well as video surveillance cameras to more effectively detect violations of public order.

The second project, totaling $1,64 million, is aimed at improving the security of refugees from Ukraine. Funds under this program will be directed to their employment and benefits.

This assistance will be designed for approximately 1,2 refugees and 40 of our citizens who deal with the issues of their accommodation. Our task is to encourage refugees interested in finding a job by improving the work of the National Employment Agency

- stressed the Moldovan prime minister.

We also note that the head of the Moldovan executive body had a meeting with the director of the UNDP crisis office, Asako Okai, temporarily acting. UNDP Resident Representative Andrea Kuzeva and UN Resident Coordinator Simon Springett. During the discussions, the parties discussed issues of cooperation in various fields against the backdrop of acute socio-economic problems faced by the Republic of Moldova (RM).
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  1. Uprun
    Uprun 21 March 2023 11: 59
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    The amount is not a typo? For the whole country such "infusions"? Yes, they burn more gas in a month ..... And a special thanks for bioheating .... they foolishly bury manure in the ground, but it’s possible to live it up.
    1. carpenter
      carpenter 21 March 2023 12: 04
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      Quote from uprun
      And special thanks for bio-heating .... out of stupidity, they bury manure in the ground, but it’s possible to live it up.

      The Japanese, of course, are great, they teach how to heat Moldovan stoves with manure, at the same time, Russia supplies Japan with about 4% of oil, 8-10% of liquefied gas - according to various sources, and 12-14% of thermal coal.
    2. 4ekist
      4ekist 21 March 2023 14: 08
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      Our task is to encourage refugees interested in finding a job by improving the work of the National Employment Agency, stressed the Moldovan Prime Minister.

      I don't understand where this self-confidence comes from. The Moldovans themselves, like cockroaches, have spread all over the world in search of earnings.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 21 March 2023 12: 02
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    energy, food and public security of the country, the total amount of which is estimated at $8,4 million.
    recourse Specifically, how much will you owe the Japanese for the purchase of Japanese equipment and how will you pay, is it cognac? feel
  3. 1erWahrheitsMinister_1984
    1erWahrheitsMinister_1984 21 March 2023 12: 17
    -1
    Russland sollte endlich ganz dringend mit China und Nord-Korea
    eine NGO in Japan gründen oder fördern, die sich mit der
    illegalen und verbrecherischen Einleitung von hochgradig atomar
    verseuchtem Kühlwasser aus der Desaster-Atom-Anlage Fukushima
    in die allgemein genutzte Meeresregion befasst...!!!

    Das sollte fur Japan weit wichtiger sein, als eine weitere, nutzlose
    Kurilen Intrigue...!!!
  4. Ulan.1812
    Ulan.1812 22 March 2023 19: 44
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    Japan is something that does not live in peace.
    I wonder who is going to attack Moldova? Romania?
    In general, it is clear that Moldova is going to switch to heating with manure. That is, dung.
    Well, the flag in hand.
  5. 7gor
    7gor 22 March 2023 22: 31
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    So they arrived already .... today their state language is Romanian, I signed Sandu! Moldova is over