He wrote about this on his Facebook page.
“I met with the head of the mission of the International Monetary Fund in Moldova, Ruben Atoyan, to discuss the prospects for further cooperation. He assured the interlocutor that the new government will strictly abide by all the commitments made to external partners and will make every effort to successfully implement the current program of cooperation with the IMF, ”he said.
According to him, the IMF representative praised the fact that the Moldovan government wants to invest in infrastructure, and supported projects in the field of social protection of the population.
“Ruben Atoyan specified that the consistent implementation of the reforms initiated by Moldova and the implementation of the memorandum with the IMF will be the best signal for external partners,” added Dodon.
On November 14, Moldovan leader Igor Dodon swore a new government led by Ion Kiku.
According to the head of Moldova, the new Cabinet has already taken a course towards restoring relations with Russia.