Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Vladislav Kulminski Resigned from Office

Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Vladislav Kulminski Resigned from Office
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05 November 2021 | 14:43

Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration Vladislav Kulminski resigned on Friday. In a comment for Ziarul de Gardă, the officials from the Reintegration Office informed us that Vladislav Kulminski had submitted his resignation on his own initiative.

“Mr. Kulminski resigned as Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration today for personal reasons,” said Mariana Sarî, a senior consultant in the Reintegration Bureau.

Vladislav Kulminski said he owns a 104-square-meter apartment bought in 2019 for 40,000 euros and a quarter of another 82-square-meter apartment. He owns a Hyundai Tucson car manufactured in 2020 and purchased in 2020 for 20,000 euros. Kulminski also indicates that he has several bank accounts on which he holds about 15,000 dollars and over 3,500 euros.

Vladislav Kulminski was appointed Deputy Prime Minister for Reintegration on 6 August. In 2019, Kulminski was the foreign policy adviser to then-Prime Minister Maia Sandu. Later, Vladislav Kulminski was appointed Secretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration.

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