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  • U.S. Ambassadors Fund Helps Museum Conserve and Display Precious Artifacts

    U.S. Embassy Helps Museum Display Artifacts

    On Nov. 21, Ambassador William H. Moser and the Minister of Culture Monica Babuc officially opened the “Treasures of the Past” exhibition at the National Museum of History of Moldova. The exhibition includes about 1,000 objects of artistic and historical value that were made of gold, silver, and bronze.

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  • Donation of HMMWV "HumVees" and trailers to Moldovan Peacekeeping Battalion

    U.S. Donates Vehicles to MD Peacekeeping Battalion

    On November 12, Ambassador William H. Moser took part in a ceremony with Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti and Minister of Defense Valeriu Troenco marking the donation by the U.S. of 39 HMMWV "HumVees" and 10 trailers at a value of $700,000 to the 22nd Peacekeeping Battalion of the Moldovan National Army.

  • Floresti First Town in Moldova to Receive Equipment through USAID

    Floresti Receives Equipment Through USAID

    On November 7, 2014, U.S. Ambassador William H. Moser attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for renovated school sanitation facilities in Floresti and handed over the keys of a road grader to the Floresti Municipality, the first equipment donation to a city government from the USAID (LGSP).

  • Ambassador Moser Helps Dedicate the Refurbished School’s Kitchen and Dining Facilities in Elizaveta Village (Nov. 4, 2014)

    U.S. Renovates School’s Kitchen in Elizaveta Village

    On November 4, Ambassador William H. Moser inaugurated renovated kitchen and dining facilities at the Elizaveta Middle school near Balti. This $75,000 project is the third renovation by the United States European Command Civic Engagement Program this year.

  • The Road is Yours:  Ambassador Moser-led Bike Ride Marks Completion of the M2 Rehabilitated Road by Millennium Challenge Corporation

    Moldova: The Road Is Yours!

    Over 100 cyclists joined Ambassador Moser on October 19 in a bicycle ride along the 74 km Sarateni-Soroca (M2) road, newly rebuilt as a modern highway with $100 million in U.S. Government Millennium Challenge Compact funds.

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  • Alumni Small Grants Program Announcement

    The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce the next round of the Alumni Small Grants Program. The Program is designed to support alumni in sharing the experience they gained through their exchange programs and implementing best practices they learned in the U.S.

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