Chisinau, 26 January /MOLDPRES/- Prime Minister Vlad Filat today held a teleconference with the district heads on current weather conditions in the country, the government's communication and press relations department has reported.
Filat asked the district heads to submit the latest information about weather conditions, as well as the relevant institutions' working ways.
The participants in the event said that the current situation in Moldova is stable now. The district heads expressed satisfaction with the way the state institutions are operating. Many special vehicles and workers of the Emergency Service were working at clearing up the roads, so that till evening all the republican roads should be clean, and the connection with the settlements - be ensured.
Filat thanked the district heads for their activity and for the way they reacted to the climate challenges, noting that they are responsible for the safety of the citizens from the regions of their administration.
Filat warned those attending the teleconference that law temperatures are expected in the next days, stressing that local authorities have to continue to pay special attention to the situation.
"This period´s cold weather make us be prepared for the climate challenges and undertake necessary measures in case of need. Therefore, I request all of you to be ready to act and I urge you to fully involve in the actions," Filat said.
Filat underlined the importance of ensuring security and comfort for the people in need by organising home visits paid by police employees and those from the Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Service.