Dolj County and Cimișlia District, from the Republic of Moldova, will intensify the collaboration relations.
Dolj County and Cimișlia District, in the Republic of Moldova, regions that concluded a twinning agreement in 2018, will intensify in the next period the relations of collaboration and mutual support in the development of projects of major interest.
Discussions on concrete ways of cooperation are deepening these days, in the context of a visit to Craiova by a delegation led by the president of Cimișlia District, Mihail Olărescu, a delegation that was received on Thursday, at the Dolj County Council, by the president of the institution, Cosmin . Vasile.
“We are glad that, on your activities in Dolj, we have the opportunity to present you a series of representative objectives, both of the County Council and of the Craiova City Hall, an institution with which we have a close relationship of collaboration, training and initiation together. important projects.
Once upon a time, it was one of the richest cities in southern Romania, the city of large landowners, the owners of some of the largest and most fertile lands. In fact, in the good agricultural years, the population of the whole country could be fed only from what is produced in Dolj County. The fact that some of the richest Romanians lived here is still reflected today in the architecture of buildings with the status of historical monument, as you will have the opportunity to discover by visiting the Historic Center of Craiova.
These days, we want to present in as much detail as possible the institutions that operate under the Dolj County Council. By getting to know each other better, we will be able to identify together the best ideas for cooperation and implementation of joint projects. We intend to continue the cooperation between the regions we represent, for the benefit of the communities, meaning that I am convinced that we have the full support of the county councilors “, said the president of the Dolj County Council, Cosmin Vasile.
In his turn, the president of Cimișlia District, Mihail Olărescu, highlighted the interest for the models of good practice developed by CJ Dolj in the implementation of projects with European funding, as well as for the extension of the collaboration in new fields.
“I think it is very important to maintain and develop our relationship of brotherhood, friendship and cooperation. First of all, I would like to express our thanks for the support you did not give in order to renovate the Surgery Section of the Cimișlia District Hospital. The approach had a positive impact and, today, patients from all over the country can be operated on here. We have a team of very good surgeons and we now have a modern department, brought to European standards.
We are interested in the example you can offer, through the efficiency of the implementation of some European projects, from which you have benefited significantly. From the discussions held at our previous meeting, we were impressed by the efforts made in preparing these steps, and now, during the visits to Craiova, we could see the result – ongoing investments, with an important impact. I am confident that we will find more possibilities for collaboration, in various fields, such as culture or education, common initiatives through which to contribute to the preservation of true values ”, said the president of Cimișlia District, Mihail Olărescu.
Along with the president of the Dolj County Council, Cosmin Vasile, the meeting was also attended by the vice president Mihai Neațu, the public administrator of the county, Cosmin Durle, the general secretary of the county, Cristian Șovăilă, the county councilor Cosmin Călin, the director of the Subordinate and Coordinated Directorate. , and the director of the Directorate of European Affairs, Regional Development, Projects with International Financing, Daniela Băluță.
The delegation led by Mihail Olărescu, president of Cimișlia District, also includes Vadim Torgai, vice president of the district, Iulia Cojocaru, head of the Culture, Youth and Sports Department, Mariana Vasluian, head of the Public Administration Department, and four district councilors.