In 2022 the donors have allocated more than $400 million to support the government and people of Moldova in the field of development, said Alfred Kammer, director of the IMF European Department, who visited Chisinau on March 8-10.
In an interview with local TV channels, he reminded that the current 40-month program with the government provides financial support for reforms worth over $800 million, infotag.md reports.
“I think these financial commitments are very important for development efforts and crisis management. The government is using these funds effectively, and this is a significant contribution to Moldova’s financial needs,” Kammer said.
He drew attention to the government’s focus with the IMF on the reform of Moldova’s state-owned enterprises, anti-corruption efforts, fiscal and financial management.
“All of these efforts were largely on time and successfully implemented... We have a strong partnership with Moldova to contribute to the advancement of reforms, to create the environment for the private sector to truly be the engine of growth in Moldova,” Alfred Kammer said.