Moldovan-Russian Commission searches solutions
The experts of the Moldovan-Russian intergovernmental Commission will identify solutions for signing several agreements, and this is only the beginning of the actions agreed by the presidents of both countries at the meeting on August, in order to develop bilateral collaboration in different fields, the head of the Russian delegation, Andrei Fursenko, co-chairman of the Commission for commercial-economic cooperation declared at the meeting with the president Vladimir Voronin. As well, at the meeting that took place on Saturday, the co-chairman of the Moldovan-Russian intergovernmental Commission, the prime deputy prime-minister of Moldova, Zinaida Grecianii participated. According to the press release publicized by the Press Service of the Presidency, Vladimir Voronin was informed about the constructive character of the discussion which took place within the frameworks of commission, being emphasized some beforehand agreements on the base of unique standpoints related to the most important issues in the field of economic activity, including the energetic complex and the agro-industrial sector. The head of the state expressed his satisfaction regarding the positive results of commission’s activity and the consensus reached in identifying optimal ways and possibilities in solving existent problems and emphasized the importance of the dialogue, of the consequent and coordinated actions aimed at intensifying the Moldovan-Russian relations on different dimensions for the interest of both countries and peoples. In the same day, in light of the National Wine Day celbrations, Vladimir Voronin, Andrei Fursenko and Zinaida Grecianii visited the Sparkling wines plant of JSC “Vismos”. In 2003, as a result of the investments made by the Russian company “Torgovii Dom “Aroma”, enterprise’s producing technologies and process were reformed, modern equipment produced by well-known European companies was installed. USD 100 thousand was invested for improving the producing facilities of the plant, fact which allowed a closer control over the quality of the product.