Inauguration of the Moldova-Korean Information Access Center in Chisinau

2012-08-17

As a result of the Ministry of Information Technologies of the Republic of Moldova signing a memorandum with regard to the cooperation with the Ministry of Security and Public Administration of South Korea, it has been agreed that a world market leader in the area of IT development will provide full support in the elaboration of an Information Policy for the Republic of Moldova.
The first step was the opening of a Moldovan-Korean Center in Chisinau on the 14th of August 2012, which had a goal of promoting the subject of “Access to Information”.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Vladimir Filat, participated at the opening ceremony, along with the Minister of Information Technologies, Pavel Filip, the Vice Minister of the Ministry of Public Administration and Security,  Seo Pil-Eon, Business Development Attache at the Korean Embassy in Moldova, Kim Hoon Du as well as other representatives of both the Moldovan and Korean Republics.
The project developers included a Moldovan local Company – Accent (a leader in the supply of unprecedented IT tehnologies), Kaul Data System – a Korean IT Company,  suppliers of air conditioners, furniture and other companies.
The Center consists of three computer classes, conference hall and one office hall.
Accent has provided all the office equipment, among which brands such as IBM (servers), Lenovo (57 computers), HP (3 laptops, 3 printers), CANON featured (2 projectors with retractable screens) and others (2 TVs, 2 video cameras (CCTV), acoustic equipment for providing sound in the 2 halls). Accent also installed a local computer network consisting of 66 connection points.
As a result of the works done, Accent Company has strengthened its friendly relationships and partnerships with a few Korean companies in the area of IT technologies. In addition there was a new road has been laid, which should lead to future related projects to be developed by Moldovan and South Korean companies.

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