The Prime Minister-the Minister Pavel Filip held a meeting with all services involved in the elimination of consequences of adverse weather conditions, according to MOLDPRES, citing the government’s press relations and Protocol.
Responsible Department said that the situation in the country is difficult due to icy conditions, frost, frost in particular in villages which formed a thick layer of ice. However, the situation is under control. Settlements are disconnected from electricity there. All the medical facilities operate. National and international trails monitored by the National police Inspectorate and the General Inspectorate for emergency situations, according to MOLDPRES.
The work was carried out throughout the day until late at night, and at 4 o’clock in the morning the work was resumed. They involve 460 units of machinery and over 1060 jobs. Used more 4352 tonnes of antiskid material.
The difficult situation in the southern and South-Eastern parts of the country, such as: Hincesti, Cimislia, Cahul, Cantemir, Anenii Noi, Causeni and Stefan Voda. Temporarily suspended the movement of freight vehicles on the roads Cahul – Giurgiulesti, Anenii Noi – Stefan Voda – Causeni and Comrat – Cantemir.
To combat ice, as well as in unlocking vehicles involved road workers, policemen, rescuers and officers of the National army. Night bus flight Tiraspol – Yulia was stopped due to icy conditions, passengers were placed in a nursing Home in Taraclia, Causeni. On the road Causeni – Seize was unlocked 6 vehicles, 8 people placed them in the Management of emergency situations Causeni. In total rescuers unblocked and towed 75 transport units across the country.
The Prime Minister instructed the relevant services to work continuously throughout the day to assist people and to ensure traffic safety on national and international roads, as well as access to social facilities. Citizens urged not to travel unless it is necessary.
In the case of an emergency, citizens can call the General Inspectorate for emergency situations the number 022-73-85-45 or the emergency service 112.