USAID's Office of Transition Initiatives has announced the vacancy of the US representative in the Republic of Moldova with a salary of $ 599,771 and a working period of one year with the possibility of extending the contract twice.

The Executive will conduct an analysis of current political events and security concerns to create a strategy based on U.S. government policy.

"Conceptualize and develop program strategies and objectives in close collaboration with OIP staff in Washington and the field, the embassy, host country authorities, implementing partner staff, and members of local civil society, based on policy and contextual analysis and policies of the U.S. government," the document says.

In addition, the U.S. representative in Moldova will travel within the country to assess policy conditions, meet with potential grantees and senior officials of the host government, the document says.

"The Program of the Office for Transitional Initiatives is an important tool in the us government's fight against Russian aggression in the region," the text of the document says.

American analysts note that the consequences of the armed conflict in Ukraine "can still destabilize the situation in Moldova and undermine its process of reform and European integration."

Earlier, the European Development Fund allocated € 6 million to send high-level advisers to Moldova. European representatives were supposed to contribute to "strengthening the political dialogue" on Moldova's association with the EU.