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Russia could offer the Republic of Moldova a billion dollars

Russia could offer the Republic of  Moldova a billion dollars (0.87 billion euro) for infrastructure projects, states president Igor Dodon after the meeting which he had in Moscow with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin,  reads the site IPN.md.

Moldova’s president, Igor Dodon, a Pro-Russian politician, discussed with Vladimir Putin about massive financial assistance for infrastructure projects. ‘The access of the support (financial) – loan,a free of charge part on the part of the Russian Federation of the Euro-Asian Union – is a very clear perspective for the Republic of Moldova ‘ said Igor Dodon in an interview offered to the Moldavian channel NTV

Igor Dodon presented as ‘success’ the meeting he had last week with the president of Russia Vladimir Putin. ‘ It is my second official visit to Russia. It is a success mainly due to the decisions we have taken today’ Igor Dodon said in an interview offered to the press agency Tass.’It is about long awaited decisions by the citizens of the Republic of Moldova’  Igor Dodon said, without offering details.

Igor Dodon intends to participate in the Eurasian Economic Union summit in December, after Moldova receives the observer status in this organization.

“I received the invitation to participate in the summit, scheduled in December, Dodon said, when he presented the results of his visit to Russia, where he met president Vladimir Putin.

“Cooperation within the Community of Independent States and with the EUrasian Economic Union is essential for our country,” Dodon pointed out.

Moldova received the observer status within the Union in May. The Union includes Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. Mongolia and Tajikistan announced their intention to join the Eurasian Economic Union.