This week, the Government, but also the Prime Minister personally, focused on actions with a pronounced social character.
Thus, it was established that as of 1 May, the guaranteed minimum salary in the real sector will increase by 165 lei and will amount to 2775 lei per month.
The Government also decided that farmers would receive larger state subsidies. The financial support granted to a farmer was increased from 3 million to 5 million lei per year, and for producer groups – up to 7.5 million lei.
Another important decision concerns the “First Home” Program. Thus, it has been established that the maximum reserve that creditors may apply during the year 2019 for state-guaranteed loans under the “First Home” Government Program will be reduced from 3% to 2%. By this measure, the state lowers the burden on beneficiaries of the Program.
Another important decision is the allocation of more than 2.6 million lei from the Government intervention fund to remove the consequences of the strong wind of March 11.
This week, the Prime- Minister also participated in the commissioning of an aqueduct, which makes it possible for over a thousand households in the village of Măgdăceşti, Criuleni district, to be supplied with drinking water and connected to the sewerage networks.
Also this week, the Prime- Minister Pavel Filip has asked the leadership of the Ministry of Interior, Customs and Border Police to take all necessary steps to ensure the flow of state border traffic.
TRIBUNA states: Pavel Filip was born on April 10, 1966, in the village of Pănășești, Strășeni district. Between 1989 and 1990 he studied at the Polytechnic Institute in Chisinau, and from 1991-1996 at the International Management Institute. From 1991 to 2008 he worked in the company “Bucuria” in various positions, including the general manager of the company from 2001 until 2008. During 2008-2011 he was General Manager of the company “Tutun-CTC”. In January 2011 he was appointed as Minister of Information Technology and Communications, which he held until January 2016. On January 20, 2016, the composition of the Government and the program of activity proposed by Pavel Filip received the vote of confidence of the Parliament, thus becoming Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova. Pavel Filip is married and has two children.