Moldova to have new Permanent Representative to Council of Europe
18:22 | 15.09.2021 Category: Political
Chisinau, 15 September /MOLDPRES/- Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Policy and European Integration today approved the appointment of ambassadors and representatives of the Republic of Moldova in international organizations.
Thus, today they received the approval of the commission Daniela Cujbă, who will act as Permanent Representative of the Republic of Moldova to the Council of Europe.
Daniela Cujbă studied international relations. He also has a master's degree in political science. From August 2021 until now he holds the position of director of the European Integration Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration. Between September 2020 and August 2021, he was Secretary of State of the MFAEI.
Also today, the candidacy of Dumitru Socolan was approved, who will be the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Moldova to Japan.
Dumitru Socolan has studies in law. From December 2019 until now, he has been the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration.
The Foreign Policy and European Integration Commission also commented on the appointment of a new Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Moldova to the United Nations (UN). With the vote of the majority of the commission members, Gheorghe Leucă's candidacy was approved positively.
Gheorghe Leucă has studies in law. During 2019-2021 he was Secretary of State of the MAEIE. In August 2021, he was appointed Ambassador with special missions to the MAEIE.
According to the legislation on diplomatic service, the Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representatives, Envoys and Chargé d'Affaires (Permanent) - Heads of Diplomatic Missions - are appointed and recalled by the President of the Republic of Moldova, at the proposal of the Government. Proposals for appointment to these positions shall be submitted to the Government by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration, in consultation with Parliament's Committee on Foreign Policy and European Integration.