Romania recalled its ambassador to seven states
Bucharest. 1 June. REPORT.AZ/ Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has signed a decree on recalling its Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Azerbaijan Daniel Cristian Ciobanu.
Eastern European correspondent of Report News Agency informs, in accordance with the decree Ciobanu has been recalled.
The decree of Romanian President will concern its ambassadors in other 6 states - Switzerland, Brazil, Serbia, Kuwait, Pakistan and Iran.
According to the decree, the Romanian ambassadors should complete their missions as ambassador within 90 days after publication of the decree.
Notably, D.K.Ciobanu has begun its ambassador activity in Azerbaijan since 2011. Earlier, the diplomat worked as a 1st secretary of Romanian Embassy in Moscow.