Moldova: local police station renovated with EU support
December 5, 2022

Moldova: local police station renovated with EU support


Lozova Police Station No 3 of the Strășeni Police Department in Moldova has become more accessible, modern and comfortable as a result of a renovation of the building carried out with EU support. 

The inauguration took place on 2 December in the village of Vorniceni, Strășeni district, with the participation of EU Ambassador Janis Mažeiks, Moldovan Interior Minister Ana Revenco and police station staff.

The renovated station has more comfortable office space, a room for confidential hearings, and other facilities, including equipment for people with reduced mobility.

The police station will have 14 officers to serve more than 26,000 citizens from 15 localities of Strășeni district.

The cost of the renovation works amounts to almost 2 million lei. The renovation of the station was carried out under the EU’s ‘Budgetary Support for Police Reform’ programme, which has a total budget of €53 million.

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