Maib - again all together at Eurovision in 2024!

As a partner of the Eurovision 2024 broadcast, maib wishes Natalia Barbu, the representative of the Republic of Moldova, success at the European song contest and a brilliant performance on stage in Malmö, Sweden.

We are happy to announce that maib supports the Republic of Moldova's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest for the third consecutive year. The bank reiterated its partnership with the public television channel, which is also the competition's national organiser, at a joint press conference held on April 18 at Moldova 1.

During the event, maib expressed its support for Moldova's participation in Europe's most popular music event and wished all the best to Natalia Barbu, who will represent our country on stage in Malmö with the song In the middle.

By supporting Moldova's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, maib expresses its support for national culture and the promotion of local talent in Europe.

Giorgi Shagidze, CEO of maib:
”It has become a tradition for maib to support significant cultural events for the country. Eurovision is one of the projects in our social responsibility portfolio that we highly value and support for the third year in a row. We wish Natalia Barbu the best of luck at Eurovision 2024 because You drive, and we are sure that Moldova's performance on stage in Malmö will be truly spectacular.

The event will take place at the same time as we celebrate Europe Day, and maib will celebrate its 33rd anniversary. This is a double occasion to celebrate these events with quality music and a memorable performance by our country's representative in Malmo. As a Georgian, I will urge my friends to vote for Moldova and the diaspora to do the same. At the same time, I would like to thank the public TV channel Moldova 1 for bringing the excitement of this European music competition into the homes of the Moldovan people."

Corneliu Durnescu, Head of Moldova 1 public TV channel:
"Eurovision Song Contest is one bridge that connects us culturally to European space and the world. It is a contest with an audience of over one billion people who watch and love it worldwide. Year after year, the public TV channel "Moldova 1" is looking for solutions to maintain and increase the organisational and entertainment level of the show broadcast on the national stage and to ensure a good performance of the representative of the Republic of Moldova on the international stage. I want to thank maib for the partnership developed over several years and for the bank's support of the art and talented people of the country".

Eurovision Song Contest 2024 will take place in Malmo, Sweden on May 7 (first semi-final), May 9 (second semi-final) and May 11 (grand final).

This year, the Republic of Moldova will participate in the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 alongside representatives from 14 other countries.

The national organiser of the contest is "Teleradio-Moldova" (TRM), which has been organising Eurovision Moldova since 2005.

Maib – all together at Eurovision!

About maib
Maib is the largest bank in Moldova, and it has both a physical and digital banking presence. The bank serves about 30% of the country's population and is one of the largest employers in the republic, with over 2800 employees. Since 2018, maib's largest shareholder is a consortium, which includes the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Invalda INVL, a leading asset management group in the Baltic States and Horizon Capital, a private investment fund focused on emerging markets.

About Teleradio-Moldova (TRM)
Teleradio-Moldova (TRM) is the main public broadcasting institution in the Republic of Moldova. In the more than 80 years since its founding, TRM has become a central presence in the country's media landscape, offering various programs in Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian, Gagauz, Romani, etc. Currently, the company operates two television channels - Moldova 1 and Moldova 2 - and several radio stations, including Radio Moldova, Radio Moldova Tineret and Radio Moldova Muzical. TRM is an institution engaged in a broad process of modernisation and development while offering a diverse range of programmes covering news, culture, entertainment, sport and education, reflecting the diversity of interests and perspectives of the Moldovan public. As a public media service provider, Teleradio-Moldova's mission is to provide objective and balanced information, promote culture and national identity, encourage social development and provide a platform for public dialogue and debate. The company plays an important role in providing relevant and credible content for Moldova's citizens, thus strengthening democracy and civil society in the Republic of Moldova.

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