On 15 November, ALDA, CALM (the Congress of Local Authorities of Moldova), and the municipality of Cimișlia organised the successful preparatory meeting with the potential partners of the future Local Democracy Agency (LDA) in Moldova.

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The event gathered international and local partners that committed themselves for the future activities dedicated to local governance and citizens participation in south of Moldova. “I am confident that the future Local Democracy Agency in Cimișlia will be a crucial point for the development of our region, greatly benefitting our communities. We are keen to become a platform for international and European programmes thanks to fruitful cooperation between local authorities and civil society groups”, said the Mayor of Cimișlia, Mr. Gheorghe Raileanu.

Among the potential partners of the future LDA, the Polish Region of Kujawsko-Pomorskie and the city of Iasi, in Romania. At the local level, the partnership has been already established with the programme of Nexus, working on migration and with an office in the municipality of Cimișlia. At the event, representatives of local authorities from the Autonomous Region of Gagauzia were also present.
The Secretary General of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, is glad to witness progresses in the conditions for the opening of the Local Democracy Agency in Moldova, which according to the timeframe might be inaugurated in the first months of 2017 in order to become soon fully operational, and support local authorities and civil society that expressed their need and goodwill to cooperate with it. The action plan and the priorities of the future Agency are now being discussed by the parnters involved. ALDA officially thanked CALM and its President, Tatiana Badan, who attended this important event and promised support to the project. Also the Executive Director of CALM, Viorel Furdui and Alexandru Osadci, also Governing Board member of ALDA, participated in the event.
On the occasion of its visit in Moldova, ALDA also took part in the Congress event and coordination meeting, for the support to citizens’ participation at the local level, as part of the joint programme with the European Union supporting Eastern Partnership countries. Together with Mrs Valmorbida, ALDA EaP Coordinator Nino Tvaldvadze, and Lusine Aleksadryan, LDA Armenia Delegate, were present.

On 15 November, ALDA, CALM (the Congress of Local Authorities of Moldova), and the municipality of Cimișlia organised the successful preparatory meeting with the potential partners of the future Local Democracy Agency (LDA) in Moldova.

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The event gathered international and local partners that committed themselves for the future activities dedicated to local governance and citizens participation in south of Moldova. “I am confident that the future Local Democracy Agency in Cimișlia will be a crucial point for the development of our region, greatly benefitting our communities. We are keen to become a platform for international and European programmes thanks to fruitful cooperation between local authorities and civil society groups”, said the Mayor of Cimișlia, Mr. Gheorghe Raileanu.

Among the potential partners of the future LDA, the Polish Region of Kujawsko-Pomorskie and the city of Iasi, in Romania. At the local level, the partnership has been already established with the programme of Nexus, working on migration and with an office in the municipality of Cimișlia. At the event, representatives of local authorities from the Autonomous Region of Gagauzia were also present.
The Secretary General of ALDA, Antonella Valmorbida, is glad to witness progresses in the conditions for the opening of the Local Democracy Agency in Moldova, which according to the timeframe might be inaugurated in the first months of 2017 in order to become soon fully operational, and support local authorities and civil society that expressed their need and goodwill to cooperate with it. The action plan and the priorities of the future Agency are now being discussed by the parnters involved. ALDA officially thanked CALM and its President, Tatiana Badan, who attended this important event and promised support to the project. Also the Executive Director of CALM, Viorel Furdui and Alexandru Osadci, also Governing Board member of ALDA, participated in the event.
On the occasion of its visit in Moldova, ALDA also took part in the Congress event and coordination meeting, for the support to citizens’ participation at the local level, as part of the joint programme with the European Union supporting Eastern Partnership countries. Together with Mrs Valmorbida, ALDA EaP Coordinator Nino Tvaldvadze, and Lusine Aleksadryan, LDA Armenia Delegate, were present.