Latest from Moldova: "Moldova Boosts Agricultural Sector, President Sandu to Strengthen Ties in Paris, Child Allowances Increase"

Latest from Moldova: "Moldova Boosts Agricultural Sector, President Sandu to Strengthen Ties in Paris, Child Allowances Increase"

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Establishment of Agricultural Chambers in Moldova: In Moldova, agricultural chambers will be established to support the development of the agricultural sector. These chambers, approved by the government, will operate at both regional and national levels, aiming to promote collaboration among farmers, facilitate access to resources and information, and advocate for farmers' interests with relevant authorities.

President Maia Sandu's Visit to Paris and Cooperation Agreements with France: On March 7-8, Moldova's President, Maia Sandu, will visit Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron and sign cooperation agreements. The agenda also includes discussions with other French officials, representatives of international organizations, and the Moldovan community in France.

Increase in Allowances for Children in Temporary Foster Care in Moldova: Starting April 1, allowances for children in temporary foster care or institutional care in Moldova will increase by 13.4%, based on the 2023 average consumer price index. This adjustment applies to daily allowances for children in various social services, benefiting around 2,900 children in 2024. "CE Reported used Moldpres for this article"

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