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Natalia Gherman

Natalia Snegur-Gherman
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Assumed office
June 29, 2009
Prime Minister Zinaida Greceanîi
Vitalie Pîrlog
Vlad Filat
Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration
Assumed office
May 30, 2013
Prime Minister Iurie Leancă
Personal details
Born Natalia Snegur
Relations Mircea Snegur (father)
Children 1
Alma mater Moldova State University
Profession diplomat
Cabinet Greceanîi 2nd
Filat 1st
Religion Eastern Orthodoxy

Natalia Snegur-Gherman is a Moldovan politician.


Natalia Gherman is the daughter of the former president of Moldova Mircea Snegur. She served as Ambassador to Austria, Permanent Representative to the OSCE and other International Organisations in Vienna (2002–2006) and Ambassador to Sweden, Norway, and Finland, with residence in Stockholm (2006–2009).

On June 29, 2009, she was appointed deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration on the proposal by Minister Andrei Stratan.[1] In November 2009, Natalia Gherman was designated as chief negotiator on behalf of Moldova in the talks over the new cooperation agreement with the European Union.[2]

External links

  • Deputy Ministers Mrs. Natalia Gherman
  • Natalia Snegur-Gherman la Guvernul Marii Britanii


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