In the coming year, five research and innovation organizations will be reorganized, announced Rodica Reșitca, Head of the Agriculture Policy Consultancy Service, for Radio Moldova. According to her, in 2024, the National Institute for Applied Agricultural and Veterinary Medicine will be established in the Republic of Moldova.
Yesterday, Minister Vladimir Bolea specified that the new National Institute for Applied Agricultural and Veterinary Medicine will be reorganized by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Research. According to him, the new institute will be developed following the models of the Netherlands and Romania.
Vladimir Bolea also emphasized that our country needs more professional agronomists and veterinarians, and scientists should conduct more research in the field of agricultural science. Today, the minister also stated that several laboratories at the Faculty of Agricultural, Forestry, and Environmental Sciences and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Technical University of Moldova will be modernized.