New Ambassador of Moldova to the Russian Federation has the opportunity to be appointed ex-Prime Minister Dmitry Bragis, confirmed Thursday to the journalist Last news a source in the Ministry of foreign Affairs and European integration of the country.
Moldova withdrew in may their ambassadors from 10 countries. On Thursday held a meeting of the Commission of the Moldovan Parliament on foreign policy and European integration, on which was shown the List of candidates ambassadors to various countries, including the Russian Federation. Chisinau media published the List, Ambassador to Russia it shows Dmitry Bragis.
"The list that was posted on the Internet is true. This is only the beginning of the procedure, and on the candidate Braghis. The Commission issued Advisory opinion which is not based on the decision. After this there will be sent a letter from the Foreign Ministry, called the request for agr?ment. After receiving from all countries of the responses, and the process may be somewhat delayed in the case of States where there is a monarchy, the documents will be handed over to the government. Following the decision, they will go to the President, " the source said.
According to the list published in the Moldovan media, the candidates for ambassadors of other countries designated in Romania - Mihai Gribincea, Czech Republic - Vitaly Rusu, Lithuania - Valeriu of Riga, Ukraine - Ruslan Bologan, Germany - Oleg Serebrian, Hungary - Oleg Tulea, in Sweden - Vyacheslav Dobinda, Portugal Dumitru Sokolan, Israel - Gabriela Moraru, on the Japanese Islands - Vasile Bumacov, in Belgium - Iurie Renita, USA - Valery Ghiletski, China - Aurel Ciocoi, Latvia - Eugen Revenco, France - Lilian Moraru, Bulgaria - Stefan Gorda, Switzerland - Tudor Ulanowski.
The Bragis was the Prime Minister of Moldova From 1999 to 2001. From 2001 to 2009, he was people's Deputy of Parliament.