PM meets young Moldovans studying in Bulgaria
Chisinau, 19 April /MOLDPRES/ - Prime Minister Vlad Filat today met young Moldovans studying at the State University "St. Kliment Ohridski" and visited the St Sofia church in Bulgaria's capital, the government's communication and media relations department has reported.
Attending the meeting were Foreign and European Integration Minister Iurie Leanca, Deputy Education Minister Tatiana Poting and the rector of the Taraclia-based State University, Nicolai Cervencov.
The rector of the State University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Ivan Dimitrov, presented the institution, specifying that 92 young people from the Republic of Moldova study at 12 out of 16 departments of the university. The rector praised the perseverance of the students from Moldova.
Filat talked about the situation in Moldova, its economic and social development. He noted that now that political stability has been ensured, there are all pre-requisites for speeding up the reforms and advancing along the European integration path.
Vlad Filat said he backed the idea of turning the Taraclia university into a regional one in order to make it possible for students from the neighbouring countries to study there. He said that additional sources are going to be found to develop the university.
The prime minister urged the youths to study diligently, stressing that human resources are the main wealth of the country.
Filat told the young people that they are awaited to return to Moldova because the country needs high-skilled and European-minded people.