According to the World Bank, this Development Policy Operation aims to help the authorities to: (i) increase support to refugees and households, and (ii) build resilience and enhance competitiveness to reduce vulnerabilities to future shocks.
This operation is part of a package of coordinated financial assistance to Moldova from international partners prepared in response to the ongoing socio-economic emergency. The proposed operation is expected to benefit from US25 million dollars in concessional financing from the Global Concessional Financing Facility to support the authorities’ efforts to deal with the refugee crisis.
World Bank Team Leader:
Stefano Curto - Senior Economist
No contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Borrower - Government of Moldova:
Dumitru Budianschi - Minister of Finance
Implementing Agency - Ministry of Finance:
Elena Matveeva - Head of the Public Debt Department
Address: 7 Constantin Tanase str., Chisinau, MD-2005, Republic of Moldova
Tel.: +(373) 22 262-523
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