Press Club session of the EU Delegation to Moldova about improving population health in the Republic of Moldova
The first session of this year's Press Club of the EU Delegation in Moldova was held on 4 March. The main subject for discussion was the improvement of population health through control of non-communicable diseases.
On 4th and 5th September, an operational meeting has taken place involving more than 20 law enforcement officials from Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Turkey and Azerbaijan, as well as representatives from EUROPOL, CARICC, GUAM, SOCA from the UK, the National Police from France, the BKA from Germany and the DEA from the USA. The meeting was supported by funding from the EU "Heroin Route II – Information Networks" Project. The Project on "Information Networks along the Heroin Route" is financed under Phase II of the programme "Fight against organised crime and drug trafficking along the Heroin Routes", by the European Union's Instrument for Stability (IfS). The aim of the project is to promote regional and transregional co-operation, helping law enforcement along the route to develop future operational strategies against heroin trafficking.
Four apartments rehabilitated to shelter refugees from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Palestine, fleeing human rights abuse and conflict in their home countries, have been given to local authorities in Razeni, Ialoveni District, by the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) following extensive rehabilitation works co-funded by the EU/UNHCR under the Local Integration Project (LIP) for refugees.