Moldova development partners met with Prime Minister Chiril Gaburici and Cabinet members to discuss policy and development, the World Bank said Friday.
Representatives from Sweden, U.S., the United Nations and the World Bank Group were among those at the meeting. The representatives' briefing book outlined actions that should be taken in the medium to short terms to ensure Moldovan stability in its finances and economic standing and to make sure it can pay its obligations.
“Moldova needs to address its development challenges with a whole-of-society approach, solid institutional coordination and practical evidence-based policies," UN Resident Coordinator in the Moldovan Republic Dafina Gercheva said. "We had a constructive dialogue today and now look forward to supporting the government as it redoubles its efforts to achieve national priorities and promote sustainable human developments."
World Bank Country Manager Alex Kremer said the meeting was an excellent avenue for Moldova's officials to gain information as they go forward in implementing measure to ensure positive development.
Major goals for the development partners includes economic stability, infrastructure, increased citizen engagement and overcoming inequalities and corruption.