Moldovan president signs decrees on appointment oif seven ambassadors to EU countries
14:19 | 27.05.2020 Category: Official
Chisinau, 27 May /MOLDPRES/ - President Igor Dodon today signed the decrees on the appointment of Moldova’s Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassadors to seven European Union member countries, based on the Government Decision from 13 May 2020, the presidential press service has reported.
These are Ambassador to Poland Igor Bodiu, Ambassador to Bulgaria Anatol Cebuc, Ambassador to the Czech Republic Alexandru Codreanu, Ambassador to Portugal Alexei Cracan, Ambassador to Ireland Larisa Miculet (who is presently in Dublin), Ambassador to Latvia Andrian Rosca and Ambassador to Italy Anatol Urecheanu.
During the discussions with each of the diplomats, Igor Dodon stressed the importance of deepening the relations with the concerned states, in order to strengthen the commercial and economic ties, attract foreign investments, improve the relations at the level of regions, extend the cultural and humanitarian contacts and, not in the least, to exchange visas at the level of the heads of state.
The Moldovan president wished the new ambassadors success in the fulfillment of the mission and voiced confidence that that partnership with these countries would get a new impetus.