Opening the meeting of the Higher Advisory Council on Science and Technology, President Vadim Krasnoselsky emphasized that scientific research should be in demand in various areas of the life of our republic. Only in this case the state development can be ensured.
At the council meeting, the results of the work of the state commission on scientific and innovative activities for 2019 were summed up. The Minister of Education Alla Nikololyuk made a report on this issue.
This year, Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Tsurkan familiarized those with a state order for conducting research and production of innovative products by scientific and educational institutions. Among other things, the state order includes preparation of textbooks in the Moldavian language, the assessment of the potentially sustainable development of the administrative-territorial units of Pridnestrovie, the publication of the atlas of the PMR for the 30th anniversary of the republic, the formation of the archival base of our republic, as well as issues related to medical diagnostics.
The President Vadim Krasnoselsky recommended that meetings should be held with the involvement of medical specialists and scientists involved in this field to discuss which particular areas of medicine need scientific research. In order for these studies to be applied in nature. According to Vadim Krasnoselsky, it will not be amiss to use in our laboratories the modern experience of neighboring countries, which already have their own developments.
The Minister of Economic Development of the PMR Sergey Obolonik informed about topics of scientific studies of the economic area of the members of the Higher Advisory Council on Science and Technology
One of the new topics that will be investigated this year is the assessment of the conditions for doing business in our republic. In addition, this year, research will continue in the field of creating new varieties of crops. The scientific development of plant protection products, monitoring of soil fertility and research of geological resources will also continue. A number of studies will be devoted to environmental issues.
The chairman of the parliamentary committee on education, science and culture Mikhail Burla informed the council members about the progress in fulfilling the order of the Supreme Council for the study of the cultural and spiritual heritage of our region. So far, the report has not been presented in full by the scientific laboratory, but at the same time, Mikhail Burla noted, all studies will be completed on time.