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Moldova. The government resigned. Doron Recean is the new prime minister

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Doron Recean became the new Prime Minister of Moldova. President Maia Sandu nominated the former interior minister and her defense adviser to the post just hours after Natalia Gavrilita resigned.

New Prime Minister Moldova Doron Recean assured that he will continue to strive for membership in the European Union and announced that order and discipline, economic recovery and peace and stability will be priorities for his government, the Reuters agency wrote.

Prime Minister of Moldova Doron Recean Aurel Obreja/Associated Press/East News

Former Prime Minister of Moldova Natalia Gavrilita, who resigned along with the entire government on Friday morning, has been the head of the cabinet since August 2021. She was then sworn in after the early parliamentary elections held on 11 July.

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“We knew how to keep the peace in (separatist) Transnistria. We have maintained economic stability in the country despite destabilizing factors. I am proud that we have accelerated infrastructure projects that have stalled due to incompetence and corruption. (…) Our progress has been highly appreciated by the EU (…) If the government had the same support and trust at home that we felt from our European partners, we could go further and at a faster pace,” Gavrilita said announcing her resignation. The words of the politician were quoted by Digi24.

Former Prime Minister of Moldova Natalia GavrilitaPAP/EPA/DUMITRU DORU

Sandu: Moldova was governed responsibly, with great care and commitment

President Maya Sandu accepted the prime minister’s resignation. “Thank you very much for the enormous dedication and effort put into leading the country through so many crises. Despite unprecedented challenges, Moldova was governed responsibly, with great care and commitment. We have stability, peace and development where others wanted war and bankruptcy,” she stressed leader, quoted by Digi24.

President of Moldova Maia SanduShutterstock

As the Romanian TV portal reminded, reports about the possible resignation of Gavrility and several Moldovan ministers have been circulating on social media since February 6.

Main photo source: Aurel Obreja/Associated Press/East News



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