Moldovan PM introduces new government's secretary general to staff
16:55 | 24.11.2022 Category: Official
Chisinau, 24 November /MOLDPRES/ - Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilita has introduced the new secretary general of the government, Igor Talmazan, appointed to office at a cabinet meeting on 23 November. The PM voiced confidence that the new head of the State Chancellery had the experience needed to contribute to the strengthening of the institution’s capacities and achieving the key goals for the next period, the government’s communication and protocol department has reported.
In the context, Natalia Gavrilita referred to the concept of reorganization of the State Chancellery, developed by the former secretary general of the government, Dumitru Udrea. She stressed that the document would stay at the basis of optimizing the institution’s work. According to the prime minister, among the priorities for the next period, there was also the finishing of the strategy of reformation of the public administration, improving the processes of decisions’ implementation and fulfillment, as well as the consolidation of the processes concerning Moldova’s integration into EU.
„I am quite confident that Mr. Talmazan will be able to speed up the work in these sectors and we will together achieve nice results. It is important that we focus on the efficiency of the State Chancellery, as well as to evolve in the process of irreversible anchoring of Moldova in the European area,’’ Natalia Gavrilita stressed.
For his part, Igor Talmazan said he wanted an efficient cooperation and an open dialogue with the employees of the State Chancellery, noting that the team work was essential for the achievement of all objectives set. ‘’I want us to strengthen together the work of the State Chancellery and to become a strong institution,’’ the government’s secretary general said.
Igor Talmazan has worked as director of the Customs Service so far. He earlier worked as lawmaker in Moldova’s parliament, head of the Control Body of the prime minister, deputy minister of environment.