The European Investment Bank will offer Moldova a grant of 15 million euros. The money will be used for energy efficiency projects in schools, kindergartens and hospitals in the country’s localities. The announcement was made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development, Andrei Spînu. The official stated that Today, September 13, he will sign a document to this effect.
“After signing the document, I will hold a press conference with E.S. the ambassador of the European Union in the Republic of Moldova, Janis Mazeiks, and the head of the European Investment Bank Office in our country, Alberto Carlei”, pointed out Andrei Spînu.