CHISINAU, April 09, 2011 - One of the Ministry’s of Defense current priorities is the development of military infrastructure providing good living conditions for National Army servicemen, Minister of Defense Vitalie Marinuta stated Saturday, April 9, at the opening ceremony of Moldova Brigade newly renovated barrack on the eve of spring conscription.
200 soldiers to be conscripted this spring will reside in the newly repaired facility. The 700 thousand MDL renovation was carried out due to the Ministry’s of Defense financial aid and extra-budget resources. The ribbon was cut by Minister of Defense Vitalie Marinuta and the chairman of the Parliamentary Commission for National Security, Defense and Public Order, Alexandru Stoianoglo. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the 19th anniversary of Moldova Brigade. The event brought together officers, representatives of local public administration and young men to join Moldova Brigade next week.
The Minister of Defense stated the capital renovation of Moldova Brigade is a direct investment in the National Army servicemen’s living conditions.
„Improving housing conditions is a major goal of the National Army reform. We want perfect living and training conditions for our soldiers, for this will raise the quality of their military training. The newly renovated barrack is set up with heating source and supplies and modern equipment. The water-supply and drainage systems were fully replaced”, Vitalie Marinuta specified.
At the 19th anniversary ceremony of Moldova Brigade, the chairman of the Parliamentary Commission for National Security, Defense and Public Order, Alexandru Stoianoglo praised the National Army as one of the most important institutions of state. Stoianoglo thanked military staff for commitment to the country and wished the would-be recruits much success while in the military.
„I would like to wish officers, non-commissioned officers, soldiers and civil personnel of the brigade much health and force. I am sure Moldova Brigade will be always committed to protecting citizens and their country with courage and honor”, Alexandru Stoianoglo said.
Nearly 200 young men will join Moldova Brigade this spring. Most of them attended the anniversary ceremony open for everyone, especially for those willing to see the facility, weapons and military equipment.