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Marcel Bolos sworn in as minister of research, innovation and digital transformation

Marcel Bolos on Friday was sworn in office as minister of research, innovation and digital transformation at a ceremony at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace before President Klaus Iohannis.

Also in attendance were Senate Chairman Florin Citu, Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Marcel Ciolacu, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca, presidential and state advisers.

On Friday, Iohannis signed a decree appointing Bolos to the office of the minister of research, innovation and digital transformation.

 

Prime Minister considers that Bolos has necessary experience for being Minister of Research

 

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca said on Friday about Marcel Bolos that the “national and European administrative experience, seriousness and responsibility” demonstrated in recent years are assets for his work as Minister of Research, Innovation and Digitization.

“I welcome to the team Marcel Bolos, who is taking over as Minister of Research, Innovation and Digitization at a key moment for this field! His involvement in various stages of the development and operationalization of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan is a guarantee of detailed knowledge of Romania’s major objectives. The results of the digital transformation, one of the pillars of the most important national post-pandemic recovery project, are able to bring significant benefits for everyday life, for the economy and for the Romanian administration. Moreover, the national and European administration experience, the seriousness and responsibility shown these years are assets for his activity as Minister of Research, Innovation and Digitization. Good luck, Marcel Bolos!,” Nicolae Ciuca said on Friday, according to a post on the Government’s Facebook page.

 

Photo: www.presidency.ro

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