Mihnea Motoc, Viorel Mosanu receive accreditation as ambassadors to UK, Belarus

President Klaus Iohannis signed on Tuesday the decrees for the accreditation of Mihnea Motoc (photo) and Viorel Mosanu as Romania’s extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassadors to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and the Republic of Belarus respectively, the Presidential Administration informs.

Mihnea Motoc and Viorel Mosanu received the positive assessment of the Parliament’s foreign policies committees for the two offices after the May 12 hearings.

President Klaus Iohannis approved on April 30 the appointment of several ambassadors, including that of Mihnea Motoc and Viorel Mosanu.

Also on Tuesday, the head of state signed the decree for the submission to the Parliament’s approval of the Doha Amendment to the Kyoto Protocol, adopted in Doha on December 8, 2012, and of the Interim Ivory Coast – EU economic partnership agreement signed in Abidjan, on November 26, 2008,, and in Brussels, on January 22, 2009, the Presidential Administration informs.

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