The sixth edition of the podcast ‘Giving Meaning to Money’ brings news about the cooperation between the Republic of Moldova and the World Bank, as well as the future plans within this collaboration. The show was launched on the eve of Independence Day and also marks the entry into the fourth decade of partnership between the World Bank and the Republic of Moldova.
The guest of journalist Liliana Barbăroșie is Inguna Dobraja, the Country Director of the World Bank in the Republic of Moldova.
During the interview, the World Bank official discusses subjects such as the challenging period of dealing with the economic consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and what could follow in terms of the support provided by the World Bank to the Republic of Moldova. Additionally, the head of the World Bank office in Chișinău outlines the priorities of the cooperation agenda and explains how the World Bank’s support assists the Republic of Moldova in the necessary reforms for EU accession preparation.
In the “Money in Brief” section, the World Bank Country Director, Inguna Dobraja, explained what the World Bank is, what the conditions for loans by the World Bank are, and what it specifically provides, grants or loans?