A new stage in the relationship consolidation among communities on the both sides of Dniester

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8 July 2019
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December 10th 2018 has marked a new stage in the life of the projects within Access to Success – 17 partnership projects, that will develop and consolidate the relationships among communities on the both sides of Dniester river, were officialised during the Ceremony of Signing the partnership contracts.

This event was hosted by the National Art Museum of Moldova and was visited by honourable guests, that told us more on the involvement of the Polish state in the development process of Moldova. His Excellency, the Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Moldova, Mr. Bartłomej Zdaniuk, has emphasized that the Polish state has contributed to various local initiatives. “For e.g., in Rascov village, we have co-sponsored the rehabilitation of the House of Culture, and also co-financed a thorough and valuable modernization for the Medical Service Centre. This is very important, as every project cannot go forward, if there is no strong bond among people. The fact that Poland offers help to Moldova is, actually, mutual help and, I believe, a very correct approach in the process of the country’s development. Of course, we would like to support bigger projects to the extent possible – we are and we want to be present in the process of relationship consolidation between both sides of Dniester”, Mr. Ambassador has emphasized.

Fabien Schaeffer, the representative of the EU Delegation in the Republic of Moldova, has mentioned that this event is like a new beginning, through which the project participants can benefit from a remarkable dynamic in its implementation process. “EU supports the development of neighbouring countries and offers equal opportunities in this direction”, Mr. Schaeffer emphasized.

The Signing Ceremony was visited by 45 guests from those communities, that wish to establish long-lasting partnerships. More details about this important event you will find on the Access to Success page.

The event took place within the “Access to success: partnership for self-sustainable community development” project, implemented by a Consortium of organizations: Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova, in partnership with AO “Eco-Contact”, ОО “Ecospectr” and AO “Moștenitorii””  and with the financial support of the European Union within the “Confidence-Building Measures” Programme (80%) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland, the programme for development cooperation – Polish aid (20%).


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