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20 May 2018 | 20:45
Unprecedented exhibition in front of Parliament
The Parliament has removed its jewels from the garage. Two vintage limousines were exposed in the square in front of the Legislative building. ZIL-41047 and GAZ-14 "Ciaika" were used by former presidents Mircea Snegur and Petru Lucinschi. Automobiles are nearing an age with the Republic of Moldova, TV Moldova 1 reports.
At the exhibition in front of the Parliament, the main attraction was the Soviet limousines of the ex-presidents of the Republic of Moldova.

"These are our jewels that we have been holding for many years. Former presidents of the country have benefited from them. Moreover, these cars were required to serve the official delegations, meeting the guests at the airport," said Head of Parliament's Transport Department, Anatolie Fodor.

Several visitors have come to see the mobile jewelry, and have said that it would be interesting to see on the streets of the Republic of Moldova such cars.

"I have not seen cars like this on the streets of the Republic of Moldova, on the streets of Chisinau and I find it quite interesting and quite curious," a visitor said.

"I think cars like this must be kept as vintage cars. They have to be kept in good conditions, with the time their price will increase," a man said.

"It's pretty cool that it was kept in such a good condition and that people could come, see, it would be like a part of history," added another visitor.

In addition to vintage cars, photographs were depicted describing political life over time and presented documentaries on the role of Parliament in a democratic society.
Redactor: Mihaela Bucătari

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