On March 16, 2022, the trial synchronisation of the Continental European Power System with the power systems of Ukraine and Moldova started. The acceleration of the synchronisation project ongoing since 2017 has been possible due to the previous studies carried out, among which the feasibility study drawn up within Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova 2007-2013 cross border cooperation programme.
Regional Office for Cross Border Cooperation Iaşi is currently looking for candidates to fill the following job positions for Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) of the Joint Operational Programme Romania– Republic of Moldova 2014 – 2020:
The Government Emergency Ordinance no. 25/2021 on amending and supplementing some normative acts in the field of public procurement was published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, number 346.
The ordinance modifies the national legislative framework by regulating some aspects related to the participation of third country operators in public procurement procedures.
During the 2021-2027 period, Romania will benefit from non-reimbursable community financial assistance for the development of cross-border cooperation programs and projects, with the purpose of improving exchanges at the regional and local level and addressing shortcomings in developing border areas by encouraging cooperation and the exchange of good practices between the European Union (EU) states and the non-EU neighbouring states.
In 2020, the European Union marks 30 years of territorial cooperation both between Member States and between them and countries on the external borders.
Considering the present COVID-19 spread and the restrictions in force in both partner countries, the Managing Authority of Romania-Republic of Moldova Joint Operational Programme has taken several measures both for the continuation of the contracting process, as well as for projects’ implementation. Therefore, the Managing Authority submitted to the Monitoring Committee’s approval for the beneficiaries having projects under contracting to be allowed to submit on-line the requested documents, while the original documents may be submitted after the movement restrictions are lifted, issue foreseen by new contractual clauses, adapted to the present situation.
In the context of the current outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the threat of a pandemic that has become very real and the World Health Organization recommended actions related to the measures that restrict the movement of people during this outbreak, movement that should be proportionate to the public health risk, short in duration and reviewed regularly as more information about the virus, the disease epidemiology and clinical characteristics becomes available,
Taking into consideration the preventive measures recommended by both the Romanian and the Moldovan Governments regarding the presence and transmission of the new type of coronavirus among the population, as well as the announcement of positive COVID-19-test results in the eligible area of the Romania-Republic of Moldova Joint Operational Programme,
And the necessity to activate coordination mechanisms as early as possible and well before community transmission of COVID-19 occurs widely,
the Managing Authority issues the following:
The Managing Authority within the Ministry for Regional Development and Public Administration signed, on June 28th, 2019, four financing contracts for the large infrastructure projects which will receive financing under Romania-Republic of Moldova 2014-2020 Joint Operational Programme.The projects will be carried out in partnership between Romanian and Moldovan authorities and they focus on the following types of investment:
On June 28th, 2019, the Managing Authority for Romania-Moldova Joint Operational Programme, within the Ministry for Regional Development and Public Administration, and the National Agency for Fiscal Administration in Romania signed the financing contract for the project called “Rehabilitation and modernization of the Customs Offices from the Romanian-Moldovan border, respectively the Customs Offices of Albita-Leuseni, Sculeni-Sculeni and Giurgiulesti-Giurgiulesti”, totalising 10 million Euro.