The Moldovan government approved the revocation of Teodor Iovu from his post of deputy director of the Executive Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States, chief of the Economic Cooperation Department.
Such a decision was made today at the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers, deschide.md reports.
According to Foreign Minister Nicu Popescu, the decision was based on the provisions of the agreement on allocating quotas to appoint and rotate vice-chairmen of the CIS Executive Committee.
Thus, Iovu will be removed as of April 14.
Recall that Teodor Iovu was appointed to this position in December 2020.
Also, the Government voted to appoint Moldovan Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands Veaceslav Dobinda as Moldovan Ambassador to Denmark.