Romania, World Bank sign memorandum for technical assistance to public institutions

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The Romanian government and the World Bank (WB) signed on Monday a memorandum of understanding for further technical assistance to public institutions until 2023. The document aims to support the structural reforms and the modernization of the public administration.
The document was signed by European Funds Minister Aura Raducu and by Elisabetta Capannelli, World Bank Country Manager for Romania. Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos and WB Vice President for Europe and Central Asia Cyril Muller attended the ceremony.
According to Eyropean Funds Minister Aura Raducu, this is the second memorandum of this kind with the World Bank. The first one was carried out in 2012-2015, when 26 financing agreements were signed for 20 institutions, for a total of approximately EUR 32 million, financed from European programmes. The second agreement will also be financed from European programmes, the technical assistance programme for 2015-2020.

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