The President, Igor Dodon, will ask the Government revoke the Ambassador of Moldova in Bucharest. The announcement was made on Tuesday, January 10th, on his Facebook page.

Igor Dodon says that he is surprised that some ambassadors have become lawyers of some politicians from the country they are currently residing and that “they have almost forgotten which country they are serving”.

"It's even worse when they make political comments in relation to state authorities who sent them on mission. This means either poor professional qualification of the ambassador or about his political commitments at the expense of their own state and its leadership. The statements of the Moldovan Ambassador in Bucharest can be labled only in such a way, who dared to make impertinent comments incompatible  with his Ambassador status, " said Igor Dodon in a message posted on his Facebook page.

The head of the state specified that he will ask the Government to revoke the Moldovan Ambassador in Bucharest to replace him with "a person who better understand both the diplomatic skills and the interests of the Republic of Moldova".

Please note  that the Moldovan Ambassador in Bucharest, Mihai Gribincea, said earlier that the dispute on Traian Basescu’s citizenship can not shake the overall bilateral relationship between Romania and Moldova, and the decree signed by President Igor Dodon on withdrawing the Moldovan citizenship from former President of Romania Traian Basescu, could be declared unconstitutional.

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