Results of the Co-PREVENT project for the Republic of Moldova
The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations presented the evaluation report of the results obtained within the project "Cooperation for disaster prevention and environmental monitoring in the Black Sea Basin" (Co-PREVENT). This project aims to enhance the cooperation capacities of relevant similar institutions and organizations in the target regions through the implementation of joint actions and increased dialogue. Furthermore, it aimed to increase collaboration between experts for monitoring, prevention and response coordination in cross-border disaster situations.
The beneficiaries of the project were four states: Turkey, Bulgaria, the Republic of Moldova and Greece, which were trained in various tactical exercises by international experts. Flood and fire warning and monitoring systems have also been established in the target areas of the participating countries.
How the expected activities went and what are the common results obtained following the implementation of the program, we learn from Dumitru Vieru, deputy head of the IGSU Prevention General Directorate, the guest of the “Buna Dimineata” show.