President Iohannis appoints three ambassadors

President Klaus Iohannis signed on Monday the decrees for the appointments of three ambassadors of Romania, namely Daniela Camarasan to Estonia, Daniel Ionita to the Republic of Moldova, and George Bologan to Italy and Malta, the Presidential Administration announced in a media release.

The three had been on a list of 19 diplomats nominated as ambassadors, approved by the President on 7 April; they got the approval of the Parliaments foreign policy committees the same month.

Also on Monday, the President Klaus Iohannis has signed the decrees for recalling six Romanian ambassadors: Bogdan Claudiu Filip (Jordan), Dumitru Badea (Georgia), Florin Angelo Florian (Chile), Radu Gabriel Safta (South Africa), Roxana Daniela Iftimie (Luxemburg), and Iustinian Focsa (Macedonia). All six diplomats had been accredited as ambassadors extraordinary and plenipotentiary.

The President had already recalled 28 ambassadors in 2016.

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