Moldova Receives Humanitarian Aid from Its Partners

Moldova Receives Humanitarian Aid from Its Partners
31 May 2020 | 12:46

The Bulgarian Government has provided a batch of humanitarian assistance to Moldova to control and prevent the spread of COVID-19 infection and to support medical staff in the fight against this infection.

At the same time, the VeDem Just Association from Romania sent to Moldova 35,000 visors to be donated to the medical staff involved in the fight against COVID-19.

Bulgaria donated humanitarian aid worth 22,728 euros. 

“Bulgaria is fully committed to supporting Moldova in the fight against this pandemic. On behalf of the Government of Bulgaria, I have the honor to transmit humanitarian aid to the medical system of Moldova. Only together we can be stronger,” mentioned the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Moldova, Evgueni Stoytchev.

The equipment will be distributed to public medical institutions in the country.

The VeDem Just association together with We help you from Cluj! civic movement,  from Romania, also donated a number of 35,000 visors for medical staff involved in the fight against COVID-19.

The VeDem Just Association is part of the national movement viziere.ro  which aims to provide facial shields to the first-line medical staff involved in treating COVID-19 patients. 

Previously Moldova received humanitarian help from Germany worth around 52,000 euros, the U.S. offered $1.2 million, the EU offered €187 million to support Moldova’s businesses, and humanitarian aid and Romania donated humanitarian aid worth over €3.5 million.

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