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Posted by: Mihaela Bucatari
News / Social
18 June 2019 / 16:59
Austrian volunteer firefighters donated to the Republic of Moldova seven intervention vehicles
Austrian volunteer firefighters donated to the Republic of Moldova seven special-purpose intervention vehicles with different modules, such as water pumping, unlocking, height works, passenger transport. Two of these will be offered to the local public authorities in Sărata Veche of Făleşti district and Bobeica locality in Hincesti district, where there are volunteer rescue stations, the Mesager reports.
"Two cars leave in the mayoralties of Bobeica and Sărata Veche, the other five cars are donated to IGSU. They have a different destination for both rescuers and firefighters," said DCS chief Gheorghe Bivol.
"Besides a strong foundation of the state, we must also see a strong foundation of the community, where citizens feel good, safe with the help of volunteer firefighters," said the representative of volunteer firefighters, Hans Kohler.
According to the specialists, the new cars will reduce the intervention time in case of exceptional situations.
"Thank you very gratefully, for your noble gesture, which you do for our country, think with us about the safety of the citizens, the life, the goods of the citizens of the Republic of Moldova", said Mayor of Sărata Veche, Maria Galit.
"Volunteers from Austria are coming to develop in our localities a volunteering that is practically very necessary," said Bobeica Mayor, Lilian Mustaţă.
"What you do is to serve the citizen to ensure security from fire, from natural disasters and technologies," added IGSU chief Mihail Harabagiu.
Under the project initiated by Austrian volunteer firefighters, 45 units of special-purpose intervention vehicles have arrived in our country over the last seven years.