The program of reintegration activities for 2024 was approved

On May 15, during a government meeting, the reintegration program for 2024 received approval. According to the government’s press service, authorities will implement the 26 projects in the settlements of the Security Zone.

These 26 projects, totaling an estimated 13 million lei, aim to revitalize various aspects of community infrastructure. Additionally, owners of agricultural lands along the Ribnita-Tiraspol highway will receive compensation of 2 million lei.

The projects encompass a range of initiatives, including Romanian-language educational institutions modernization, administrative buildings renovation and equipping cultural and sports institutions, and the development of recreational zones.

Among the beneficiaries are institutions such as the Stefan cel Mare Gymnasium in Molovata village, Dubasari district (to receive assistance for electrical network repairs), the Alexei Mateevici Secondary School in Senatovca village, Floresti district (for the repair of the gymnasium), and the Ustie Gymnasium in Dubasari district (for the repair of the gymnasium and sports field). Additionally, several schools will receive one-time grants to cover operating costs.


Furthermore, several kindergartens will be modernized, including insulation of buildings, repairs to heating systems, and renovation of sports and playground areas. Renovation projects extend to community facilities such as the center for the elderly in Varnitsa village, Novoanenensky District, and the House of Culture building in Pugacheni village, Novoanenensky District.

A sum of 2 million lei will compensate the expenses borne by owners of agricultural lands situated along the Ribnita-Tiraspol highway due to payments at checkpoints. The Dubasari district council will oversee the distribution of these funds.

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