President Iohannis has signed a decree for accreditation of Ambassador Mihnea Motoc to the UK

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President Klaus Iohannis signed on Tuesday the decree for accreditation of Mihnea Ioan Motoc as ambassador of Romania to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Presidential Administration informs.
The head of state also signed the decree for accreditation of Viorel Mo?anu as Extraordinary Ambassador to Belarus.
In mid-May, the two received a positive opinion from the Foreign Policy Committee of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
Mihnea Motoc said during the hearings that his term essentially should be focused on four major areas: one pertaining to deepen the strategic partnership with the UK, anther one on the need to pursue the negotiation of relations between the EU and the UK, namely the referendum announced for 2017, and from our country’s perspective, focusing on issues and concerns as well as opportunities for the Romanian community anchored in the British society.
About the community in Britain, Motoc said that 80% of Romanians are employed, an average above the employment average overall in British society, based on superior professional qualifications.
Mihnea Ioan Motoc (49 years) was recalled from the post of Permanent Representative of Romania to the European Union and proposed ambassador to Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Motoc was ambassador to the EU since April 2008.
During 2003-2008 he was Permanent Representative of Romania to the UN, while during 1999-2001 was ambassador to the Netherlands. Previously he held various positions in the Foreign Ministry.

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