Interior Minister Anna Revenko, Education Minister Anatolie Topala, and Infrastructure Minister Lilia Dabizha have resigned. This was stated at a briefing on Friday, July 14, by Prime Minister Dorin Recean.
“Thank you for your trust! I thank the internal affairs team for finding the courage to stand together against the war with all its threats, to maintain peace and stability in the country, and to face numerous crises. It is an honor for me to serve the Motherland, wherever I am!” Revenco said.
“My work as Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development has come to an end. I don’t know if words are enough to express my gratitude to the team I worked with. I am not exaggerating: we have made great efforts to make progress in all areas of our activity: roads, bridges, regional and local development, construction, water supply, and sanitation.
I wish success to the future minister. There is a lot of work to be done, but this team can move mountains,” Lilia Dabija wrote on Facebook.
On Monday, July 17, Rechan will propose to the head of state new candidates for the vacant seats.
Recall that at a government meeting on Wednesday, it was announced that “difficult but important decisions” would be made on Friday. The prime minister announced that the meeting will take place in the afternoon, but in the morning, the prime minister’s press service announced a briefing by Dorin Recean.
The possible resignation of Rosian Vasiloi from the post of head of the Border Police has been discussed in the public space for several weeks. Representatives of the ruling party said that resignation after the terrorist attack at the airport was not a solution.