Moldova’s acting president to pay official visit to Bucharest

The Republic of Moldova’s Acting President and Parliament Chairman Mihai Ghimpu will pay an official visit to Bucharest on April 27 and 28. On Wednesday, the Government officially approved the delegation’s personal composition.

Ghimpu will go to the neighbor state in a company of as many as 9 ministers, namely Deputy Premier, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Iurie Leanca, Deputy Premier, Minister of Economy Valeriu Lazar, Minister of Transport and Road Infrastructure Anatol Salaru, Minister of Finance Veaceslav Negruta, Minister of Education Leonid Bujor, Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Gheorghe Salaru, Minister of Labor, Social Protection and Labor Valentina Buliga, Minister of Justice Alexandru Tanase, and Minister of Construction and Regional Development Marcel Raducan.

Yielding reluctantly to such a huge list, Prime Minister Vlad Filat remarked with dissatisfaction, “If all ministers go away, who will remain here to govern the country?” and demanded that in the future the compositions of such delegations should be necessarily agreed upon with him.

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