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January 18, 2021

President Klaus Iohannis signs decrees accrediting several Romanian ambassadors

President Klaus Iohannis signed on Tuesday the decrees accrediting seven Romanian ambassadors, informs the Presidential Administration.

According to the quoted source, these are Adela-Monica Axinte – Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of North Macedonia, residing in Skopje, Anton Pacuretu – Ambassador of Romania to Bosnia and Herzegovina, residing in Sarajevo, Radu-Gabriel Safta – Ambassador of Romania to Australia, residing in Canberra, Octavian Serban – Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Albania, residing in Tirana.

They are joined by Camelia Ion-Radu, Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Peru, residing in Lima, Nicolae Nastase – Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Senegal, residing to Dakar, and Dan Petre – Ambassador of Romania to the Argentine Republic and the Republic of Paraguay, with residence in Buenos Aires.

Via Agerpres

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