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President Iohannis signs accreditation decrees of several Romanian ambassadors, Hurezeanu, Cioroianu, Jinga among them

President Klaus Iohannis has signed on Friday ten accreditation decrees of several Romania’s ambassadors, among whom Adrian Cioroianu, Emil Hurezeanu, Ion Jinga and Bogdan Mazuru.

According to the Presidential Administration, the head of state has signed the decrees on the accreditation of Adrian Mihai Cioroianu as ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Romania to the UNESCO, Ion Jinga as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador, Permanent Representative of Romania to the United Nations Organization in New York, Emilian Horatiu Hurezeanu as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the Federal Republic of Germany, Bogdan Mazuru as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Austria.

Likewise, president Iohannis has signed the accreditation decrees of Adrian Gabriel Davidoiu as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the Kingdom of Norway, Iulian Buga as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the Kingdom of Sweden, Luminita Teodora Odobescu as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador, Chief of Romania’s Permanent Representative to the European Union, Adrian Cosmin Vierita as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador, Chief of the Permanent Mission of Romania to the UN Office in Geneva and the International Organizations based in Switzerland, Cristian Tudor as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the State of Qatar and Liliana Carmen Podgorean as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Romania to the Argentine Republic.

On April 30, president Iohannis has endorsed the proposals of nomination of those accredited as ambassadors. Subsequently, they were heard by the Parliament and received the Ok.

 

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