A medical mission from Romania will offer support to the Moldovan healthcare system in fighting COVID-19
A mission of doctors and nurses from Romania will offer their support to Republic of Moldova in the fight against COVID-19, for a period of 15 days starting April the 30th.
The group is made up of experts in primary medical care, emergency medical aid, internal medicine and intensive care. Doctors will conduct their activity in the following medical units of Republic of Moldova: Republican Clinical Hospital – 10 doctors, Emergency Medicine Institute – 15, Municipal Clinical Hospital „Sfântul Arhanghel Mihail” – 5, Municipal Clinical Hospital of Bălți – 4 and Rayon Hospital of Cahul – 8.
‘We very much appreciate the gesture made by the Romanian people, who is also fighting the COVID pandemic. Their support helps consolidate our healthcare system and save human lives. I thank the Romanian Government for their aid in various fields, which has had the sole purpose of contributing to the well-being of the citizens of Republic of Moldova’, declared the Minister of Health, Labour and Social Protection, Viorica Dumbraveanu.
The Minister of External Affairs of Romania, Bogdan Aurescu, has also offered a statement: ‘We stand by the citizens of Republic of Moldova in this difficult moment. I would like to assure you of my wholehearted appreciation for the medical workers of Moldova and their continuous efforts in fighting the pandemic. We stand by you, physically and spiritually’.
‘I am convinced this medical mission will prove to be an opportunity for an exchange of knowledge and experience for both parts, which will greatly benefit the citizens of Republic of Moldova. I would like to supervise more such projects, that benefit both parties’, declared Raed Arafat, Secretary of State and Head of the Department of Emergency Situations at Ministry of Internal Affairs – Romania.
The Romanian mission will support medical workers of Republic of Moldova to control the spread of COVID infection. The Moldovan Government will also receive aid from the neighbor country in the form of medical equipment and medicines.