Moldova replaced the heads of the Border Police and the Entrepreneurship Development Organization. Dumitru Pintia has resigned as director of the Organization for Development of Entrepreneurship (ODA). The announcement was made at a press conference on Friday, December 29. Pintia noted that he will leave his post on January 1, 2024, and has already submitted his resignation “on his initiative.” The head of the Moldovan Border Police, Rosian Vasiloy, resigned on November 8, but the appointment of a new head of the agency took place only on December 29.
The position of Director of the Organization for Entrepreneurship Development will be given to Georgy Yudin temporarily until the completion of the competitive procedure for this key position. This was stated in the message of the Ministry of Economic Development and Digitalization. The ministry specified that the competitive procedure for the selection of a new director of the state institution “Organization for the development of entrepreneurship” will soon begin.
Ruslan Galusca has been appointed as the new head of the Moldovan Border Police. This decision was taken at a government meeting.
According to Interior Minister Adrian Efros, Galusca has been working at the General Directorate of the Border Police since 2009. During this period, he held various positions, including managerial ones, in the field of ensuring the security of the state border, combating illegal migration and cross-border crime, etc.