World Bank will support Government of the Republic of Moldova in central public administration reform

The head of the World Bank office in the Republic of Moldova, Edward Brown, declared during a meeting with prime-minister Vasile Tarlev that the World Bank will support the Government of the Republic of Moldova in the implementation of the initiated reforms, and especially in the reform of the central public administration meant to consolidate the Executive’s capabilities. According to a press release of the Government, Edward Brown mentioned that, as in previous agreements, WB is prepared to offer all the required support for a central public administration reform. The World Bank official confirmed that the organization he represents is willing to offer financial assistance for the central public administration reform, and is also available to coordinate financial donations from other sources. With this in mind, Brown appreciated the already functional fiduciary fund that aids actions of the Reform strategy of the central public administration. The World Bank official has estimated that the WB has considerable experience in this area and a technical team of the bank is already assembled. Premier Vasile Tarlev praised the fact that the Government and the World Bank share the same opinion on the necessity of reforms in Moldova. The prime-minister also mentioned that Moldova has all the prerequisites for such reforms, and specified it is imperative that these changes to the central public administration are made in the shortest possible terms and with maximum efficiency, as these changes are without precedents in the Republic of Moldova. Tarlev expressed his belief that in cooperation, the efficiency of the central public administration and the quality of the civil servants activity, according to the standards set by the society, will increase as planned. The prime-minister also gave a favorable overview of the WB projects that are being implemented. The Premier also thanked for the support in the implementation of the Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (EGPRSP), and namely for the USD 10 million preferential credit.

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