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President Iohannis approves 19 ambassador nominations

President Klaus Iohannis has approved the nominations of 19 ambassadors, after consultations with the prime minister and the minister of foreign affairs, the Presidential Administration announced on Thursday.

The nominees are Dan Mihalache, incumbent head of the Presidential Chancellery, to the United Kingdom; Daniel Ionita, currently secretary of state in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to the Republic of Moldova; Carmen Burlacu, former secretary of state in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to the Czech Republic; Marius Lazurca, former ambassador to Moldova, to Hungary; Ioana Bivolaru to Portugal; George Gabriel Bologan to Italy, Malta and San Marino; former Foreign Ministry spokesperson Brandusa Predescu to the Netherlands; Gabriela Dancau to Spain; Constantin Mihail Grigorie to Croatia; Ion Vilcu to Mexico; Ion Galea to Bulgaria; Mihai Alexandru Gradinar to Denmark and Iceland; Razvan Rotundu to Finland; Daniela Mihaela Camarasan to Estonia; Anton Niculescu to Slovenia; former ambassador to Italy Dana Manuela Constantinescu to Bosnia and Herzegovina; Cristian-Leon Turcanu to Ukraine; Daniela Brandusa Bazavan to Morocco; Radu Octavian Dobre to India, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.

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