A member of the CSP from among civil society representatives, appointed by the Government
Mihail Sorbală was appointed as a member of the Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP) from among civil society representatives for a term of six years. A decision to this effect was approved during the government meeting today, February 28.
The Republic of Moldova needs at least one more radar for the security of the country, statement
The Republic of Moldova needs at least one more radar to ensure the country's security, Adrian Cheptonar, member of the Parliamentary Commission for National Security, Defense and Public Order, said on Rlive TV.
Number of COVID-19 cases is decreasing. ANSP announces how many cases were registered in the last week
As many as 175 cases of COVID-19 were registered in the Republic of Moldova in the past week, of which 19 in the Transnistrian region, the National Agency for Public Health (ANSP) announces. According to the institution, 32 cases were reported among children. Thus, compared to the previous week of monitoring, a decrease of over 12% is recorded.
Over 187 thousand people benefited from compensated medicines last month
The National Medical Insurance Company (CNAM) transferred around 86 million lei to the contracted pharmacies for the compensated medicines and medical devices, issued in January 2024. According to the CNAM, over 187 thousand people received free pharmaceutical preparations.
The Republic of Moldova sent Ukraine a new batch of humanitarian aid
Government of the Republic of Moldova today sent Ukraine a new batch of humanitarian aid worth a total of five million lei. According to the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations (IGSU), five trucks with a load of over 75 tons were sent to the neighboring country.
Cristina Gherasimov, phone conversation with her Czech counterpart, Martin Dvořák, about developments on the European integration agenda
The developments on the European integration agenda, including the first steps our country is taking in evaluating the alignment of national legislation with that of the EU, were discussed by phone by the Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, Cristina Gherasimov, with the Minister of European Affairs of the Czech Republic, Martin Dvořák.
Breaking: Delay in Attorney General Selection Sparks Controversy
The convened assembly of the Superior Council of Prosecutors (CSP), originally slated for Monday, the 26th of February, for the purpose of ratifying the outcomes of the public competition pertaining to the designation of the aspirant for the role of Attorney General, has been rescheduled to occur on Wednesday, the 28th of February.
Unveiling the Devastating Ripple Effects of the Ukraine Conflict
The conflict in Ukraine exerts a significant influence on both economic and demographic spheres, with repercussions extending to other nations worldwide, as affirmed by participants in a public discourse convened by the IPN news agency.