Moldovan President Maia Sandu signed decrees on the appointment of three new members of the government, who will head the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Infrastructure, according to the website of the administration of the head of the republic on Monday.
Earlier, Moldovan Prime Minister Dorin Reciano announced the resignation of Interior Minister Anna Revenco, Minister of Education and Science Anatolia Topale, and Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development Lilia Dabizhi. Sandu signed the relevant decrees on Friday. On Monday, the solemn swearing-in ceremony of the new ministers proposed by the prime minister took place.
“To appoint Adrian Efros as the Minister of Internal Affairs, Dan Perchun as the Minister of Education and Research and Andriy Spina as the Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development,” the decrees say.
Efros until today headed the Unified Crisis Management Center for Ukrainian refugees, he is a military sapper, participated in peacekeeping operations for many years, headed the logistics department of the General Staff of the National Army of Moldova. Perciun is a member of parliament from the ruling Action and Solidarity party, Spinu previously served as Minister of Infrastructure and Deputy Prime Minister, he was responsible for negotiations with Gazprom.