Money Confiscated from the Former Prime Minister’s Son will Go towards Caring for People with Severe Disabilities
The money confiscated from Luca Filat, the son of former Prime Minister Vlad Filat, will go towards caring for people with severe disabilities, President Maia Sandu announced after a meeting with the British Minister for European Neighborhood, Wendy Morton.
“We decided together that the financial resources confiscated from Luca Filat should be redirected to the National Social Assistance Agency of Moldova, for the financing of the Social Assistance Service for people with severe disabilities,” said President Maia Sandu.
“The personal assistance service is absolutely critical, and the budget cuts operated by the Government last year brought thousands of people with severe disabilities and their families in a very difficult situation this year.”
The London courts ordered the return to Moldova the amount confiscated from Luca Filat, of 458,000 pounds.
Almost Half A Million Pounds Withheld On Ex-Prime Minister’s Son Accounts Will Be Transferred to Moldova
President Maia Sandu had a meeting on Wednesday, May 12, with the British Minister for the European Neighborhood, Wendy Morton, who is on a two-day official visit to Chișinău.