The State Chancellery of the Government of the Republic of Moldova started to restructure the Moldovan facilities situated on the territory of Ukraine, namely the sanatoriums “Moldova” in Truskavets and “Sănătate” in Sergeevka.
The Government’s secretary general Liliana Iaconi has told IPN that the restructurings is necessary in order to adjust the statutes of the Moldovan enterprises to the Ukrainian legislation.
She said that the new statutes of “Moldova” sanatorium in Truskavets are to be finalized by this Friday. “Ukraine adopted a new law by which it approved the model statutes of such enterprises. The sanatorium in Truskavets functions based on the statutes of 2003 and these should be adjusted to the new Ukrainian law,” stated Liliana Iaconi.
The State Chancellery noted that the model statutes offer too many prerogatives to the managers of such enterprises. “We empowered a representative of the Public Property Agency of the Republic of Moldova for Ukraine to prepare the mechanism for amending the statutes so as to limit particular actions that open too many “gates”,” noted Liliana Iaconi, adding he will travel to Kiev tomorrow to start work.
The functionary also said that the statues of the sanatorium “Moldova” in Truskavets were modified in accordance with the requirements set down in the official registers of the Ukrainian law enforcement agencies. She assured that the State Chancellery’s main task in relation to Moldova’s property in Ukraine is to maintain the property rights of the Moldovan state.
The State Chancellery manages the sanatoriums in Truskavets and Sergeevka and facilities in Odessa that are partially owned by Moldova. The rest of the Moldovan property in Ukraine is managed by the Public Property Agency of the Republic of Moldova.