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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration (Moldova)

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Ministerul Afacerilor Externe și Integrării Europene
Seal of the Ministry

Headquarters in Chișinău
Ministry overview
Formed6 June 1990; 33 years ago (6 June 1990) (as Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
Preceding Ministry
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1990–2009)
JurisdictionGovernment of Moldova
Headquarters80 31 August 1989 Street, Chișinău
Minister responsible
  • Nicu Popescu, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Ministry executives
  • Mihai Mîțu, Secretary General
  • Stela Leucă, Secretary of State
  • Vladimir Cuc, Secretary of State
  • Cristina Gherasimov, Secretary of State

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration (Romanian: Ministerul Afacerilor Externe și Integrării Europene) is one of the fourteen ministries of the Government of Moldova.

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The ministry was established on 1 February 1944, as the People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs of the Moldavian SSR. It would later be renamed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the MSSR on 27 March 1946.

He following have served as the foreign ministers of the Moldavian SSR:

The Council of People's Commissars in subsequent decades, exercised leadership in the MSSR's foreign relations with foreign nations. At the same time, the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs was often concurrent with the post of Chairman of the Council of Ministers (Prime Minister) of the Republic. During its existence, Moldova had representatives only in the Hungarian People's Republic, with the entire apparatus only consisting then of several people. The highest recognition the ministry received was on 23 November 1983, when Foreign Minister Comendant spoke at a meeting of the UN General Assembly. According to the 1978 Soviet Moldovan Constitution, the international rights of the MSSR were reduced in comparison with the amendments of 1944.[2][3]

Modern ministry

The ministry was converted into its current form on 31 August 1989. According to Constitution of Moldova (1994), the structure of the Government is determined by organic law. The office of Foreign Minister is one of the most high-profile positions in the Government of Moldova.


The following subdivisions are part of the MFAEI:[4]

  • State Diplomatic Protocol (SDP)
  • Press Service
  • European Integration Directorate
  • Section for Political Cooperation with the European Union
  • Section for Economic and Sectoral Cooperation
  • Regional Cooperation Section
  • Directorate for Bilateral Cooperation
  • Western, Central and South Eastern Europe Section
  • North and South America Section
  • Asia, Africa, Middle and Pacific Section
  • Eastern Europe and Central Asia Section
  • Economic Diplomacy Service
  • Multilateral Cooperation Directorate
  • UN Section and Specialized Agencies Section
  • NATO Section and Political-Military Cooperation Section
  • Council of Europe and Human Rights Section
  • OSCE and International Security Section
  • Directorate of International Law
  • Multilateral Treatment Section
  • Bilateral Section
  • Legal Affairs Section
  • Consular Business Directory
  • Consular Relations Section
  • Consular Section

Public Relations Department

  • Policy Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation Sectuin
  • Internal Audit Service
  • Special Problems Service
  • Directorate for Institutional Management
  • Document Management Section and State Diplomatic Archives
  • Budget and Finance Section
  • Human Resources Section
  • Information and Communication Technology Service
  • Diplomatic Institute


  • Ensures the sovereign rights of the Republic of Moldova in international relations.
  • Promotes Moldova's foreign policy in relations with other states and international organizations.
  • Informs the President, Parliament and Government on major international events, and make proposals on Moldova's position towards them.
  • Negotiates on behalf of the Republic of Moldova and participate in negotiating treaties and international agreements.
  • Directs and controls the activity of diplomatic missions and consular offices of the Republic of Moldova to other countries and international organizations.
  • Analyzes internal and external situation of countries with which Moldova has diplomatic relations, identifies and evaluates development opportunities of trade and economic relations with these countries.
  • Cooperates with the central specialized bodies and other structures of government in external economic relations and promotion of the state's unified policy externally.

List of ministers

# Portrait Name


Office term Notes Cabinet
1 Nicolae Țîu

(born 1948)

6 June 1990 28 October 1993 Druc

Muravschi Sangheli I

2 Mihai Popov

(born 1949)

5 April 1994 28 July 1997 Sangheli II

Ciubuc I

3 Nicolae Tăbăcaru

(born 1955)

28 July 1997 23 November 2000 Ciubuc I-II



4 Nicolae Cernomaz


23 November 2000 27 July 2001 Braghiș

Tarlev I

5 Nicolae Dudău

(born 1945)

4 September 2001 4 February 2004 Tarlev I
6 Andrei Stratan

(born 1966)

4 February 2004 25 September 2009 Deputy Prime Minister Tarlev I-II

Greceanîi I-II

Iurie Leancă

(born 1963)

25 September 2009 30 May 2013 Deputy Prime Minister

Acting Prime Minister of Moldova

Filat I-II
Natalia Gherman

(born 1969)

30 May 2013 20 January 2016 Deputy Prime Minister

Acting Prime Minister of Moldova

Andrei Galbur

(born 1975)

20 January 2016 21 December 2017 Deputy Prime Minister Filip
Tudor Ulianovschi

(born 1983)

10 January 2018 8 June 2019
Nicu Popescu

(born 1981)

8 June 2019 14 November 2019 Sandu
Aureliu Ciocoi

(born 1968)

14 November 2019 16 March 2020 Chicu
Oleg Țulea

(born 1980)

16 March 2020 9 November 2020
Aureliu Ciocoi

(born 1968)

9 November 2020 6 August 2021 Acting Prime Minister of Moldova
Nicu Popescu

(born 1981)

6 August 2021 Incumbent Deputy Prime Minister Gavrilița



  1. ^ "Посольство Республики Молдова в Российской Федерации | Министерство иностранных дел и европейской интеграции Республики Молдова". Retrieved 2021-08-26.
  2. ^ "Moldova. History". Archived from the original on 2020-01-18. Retrieved 2020-09-26.
  3. ^ George Cioranescu and Rene de Flers, "The New Constitution of the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic", 1978-6-28
  4. ^ "| Ministerul Afacerilor Externe şi Integrării Europene al Republicii Moldova".

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