NATO donated 25,000 disposable overalls worth 300,000 dollars to medical workers at the Municipal Children’s Clinical Hospital Valentin Ignatenco, the Ministry of Health announced.
“We appreciate the gesture of solidarity and sincerely thank the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for its support of the health system. This support will contribute to the protection of health workers and the provision of health care to children,” said State Secretary Tatiana Zatic.
The Ambassador of Lithuania to Moldova, Kestutis Kudzmanas, claims that NATO is in solidarity with Moldova in the current context of the pandemic situation.
“We are pleased to present this donation from NATO to Moldova, to help strengthen the country’s effort in the fight against COVID-19,” said Kestutis Kudzmanas.
On February 10, the United States donated to the Moldovan Ministry of Defense a batch of mobile medical and logistics equipment worth about 250,000 dollars.
On February 9, the WHO and USAID donated to the National Agency for Public Health and the 10 regional public health centers IT equipment, printers, and laptops to strengthen the national epidemiological surveillance system in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On January 6, the Romanian Ministry of National Defense donated to the Moldovan Ministry of Defense about a ton of medicine and equipment to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation, in the total amount of 31,000 euros.