The Moldovan authorities provided tax and customs benefits to the Turkish company, which will build a new sports complex in Comrat.
The Parliament passed a bill in two readings on Thursday, which provides that, as an exception, the Moldovan branch of the Ankara based non-resident enterprise Demars Insaat Turizm Ticaret Limited Sirketi will receive exemption from customs duties, customs duties and VAT deductions for goods and services imported or supplied for construction in Comrat’s V. Mumjiev Sports Complex. An agreement on the implementation of a social project for the construction of a sports complex was reached during a visit to Gagauzia by Turkish President Recep Erdogan. The project is fully funded by the Turkish side. The sports complex will be built to the latest standards. It will include: a stadium with 5 thousand seats and an indoor gym for playing sports with 150 seats. The sports complex in Comrat will comply with the UEFA stadium infrastructure regulations and will allow for sporting events at a high level. The establishing of a modern sports complex in Comrat will have a positive socio-economic impact, increasing the interest of young people in a healthy lifestyle, in professional sports, and will also increase the attractiveness of the region. // 19.09.2019 – InfoMarket.