Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (Moldova)


Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (Moldova)
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry of Moldova
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Incumbent
Vasile Bumacov

since January 14th, 2011
Appointer Parliament of Moldova
Term length Four years
Website www.maia.gov.md

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry of Moldova (Ministerul Agriculturii şi Industriei Alimentare) is one of the sixeteen ministries of the Government of Moldova.

The current Minister is Vasile Bumacov, member of the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova (LDPM).


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