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    1st Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606.

  • Vladimir Munteanu, First Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    2nd Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606.

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Inguna Dobraja, the World Bank’s Country Manager for the Republic of Moldova, guest on the “Give Sense to Money” Podcast


The 6th edition of the “Make Sense to Money” podcast brings forth updates regarding the collaboration between the Republic of Moldova and the World Bank (WB), along with their future plans for this partnership. This edition is being launched on the eve of Independence Day and also marks the beginning of the fourth decade of cooperation between the World Bank and the Republic of Moldova. 

Liliana Barbarosie, the journalist, welcomes Inguna Dobraja, the WB’s Country Manager for the Republic of Moldova, as the featured guest.

The WB official retrospectively analyzes the challenging period of addressing the economic consequences of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and also explores the potential directions of World Bank assistance to the Republic of Moldova. The head of the WB office in Chisinau outlines the key priorities of the collaboration agenda and explains how WB’s support is helping the Republic of Moldova in enacting the necessary reforms in preparation for EU accession.

The podcast also features a quick Q&A segment, such as: What is the World Bank? Why does the World Bank have a partnership with the Republic of Moldova? What does the WB specifically provide: grants or loans? etc.

The podcast is scheduled for release on 24 August, starting at 9.00 am and can be accessed on the following platforms:

And as audio version, on:

and other podcast platforms.

The “Give sense to Money” podcast is dedicated to providing regular explanations of economic subjects, particularly within a context where the recent crises have underscored the imperative of enhancing the financial literacy of Moldovan citizens.


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