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Moldovans in the world
28 August 2015 | 14:54
Valeriu Strelet: Thank you for promoting the Republic of Moldova's image worldwide
The Government makes joint efforts to boost reforms’ implementation, restore stability and prosperity in the Republic of Moldova, and this will motivate Moldovans to return home. These statements were made by Prime Minister Valeriu Strelet in the launch of the second edition of Diaspora Days.
"I'm happy for Moldovans who became valuable people abroad.  I thank you that you consistently promote the Republic of Moldova's image abroad and you actively participate in activities aimed to familiarize the foreigners with the traditions, culture and skills of our people, appreciated worldwide ", said Valeriu Strelet.

The prime minister called on the representatives of the Moldovan diaspora to be involved in finalizing the Strategy "Diaspora-2025", a document that will help to build a communication platform between authorities and Moldovans living abroad. " As a Prime Minister, I want to assure you that your voice is heard primarily through the Office for Diaspora Relations and the wishes expressed on several occasions are on the list of priorities to be completed soon ", said Valeriu Strelet.

This event is organized for the second consecutive year by the Government of the Republic of Moldova, through the Office for Diaspora Relations. Diaspora Days are held between August 28 to 30. During this period, the Moldovan authorities, representatives of the diaspora and of the international partners will have discussions on the draft strategy "Diaspora 2025", participation and capitalization of the human potential of  Diaspora,  runs a press release  of the Government.

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