Minister of Foreign Affairs Cristian Diaconescu of Romania

Cristian Diaconescu was named a member of the Parliamentary Commission of SIE Control on Tuesday.
Diaconescu said the PSD would also like the centrist government to withdraw backing for Orban and nominate a new candidate.
Diaconescu said protection of the rights of persons belonging to national minorities represented one of the major objectives of the Romanian Government.
During the talks, held at the Foreign Ministry, Diaconescu said Romania is willing to find ways to grant humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Cristian Diaconescu was until now part of the partys reserve of leaders.
A kind of Oblio among tapering heads, unsoiled from rows and aloof from embarrassing disputes or compromising negotiations, Diaconescu is looked upon as the representative of the alternative to the party of corruption, an exception among reformists that lack honour.
Cristian Diaconescu has waited for a favourable moment in order to launch himself for good.
From Adrian Nastases governmental team Diaconescu is the best standing.
Diaconescu is one of the Social-Democrat leaders that has paid most of the visits to County branches, so that he has a clear picture of the real weight of their power.
On the other hand, Cristian Diaconescu has rather kept himself aloof from the unending internal conflicts or from the partys inconsequent and often uninspired opposition strategy.
Oprescu is a close friend of Ion Iliescu, the founder of the PSD, while Diaconescu was pushed to run for Bucharest mayor by current president of the PSD, Mircea Geoana.
Diaconescu said the public perceived the administration as corrupt for a number of reasons: The court cases are not properly prepared.
Cristian Diaconescu is a guarantee for the Romanian diplomacy and is the best solution the two parties could offer,' said Traian Basescu, who assured the new minister of his wish to have an honest cooperation in the interest of Romania and of the fact that he would be a reliable partner to him.
Foreign Affairs Minister Cristian Diaconescu was ensured by Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Volodymyr Ogryzko that Romania will face the consequences of Russia-Ukraine conflict, during a phone talk, according to a press release by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE.
Diaconescu said Romania would need to support the Treaty of Lisbon, which is currently facing problems.
Answering to a question from the Liberal Bogdan Olteanu, Diaconescu said he was deeply concerned with the situation of the Romanian living in Timoc Valley (Serbia.
On Friday, Foreign Minister Cristian Diaconescu had announced that there were 32 requests for help from people who want to leave the Gaza Strip.
Diaconescu had a meeting on Friday with Israeli Ambassador to Romania Oren David to discuss the situation in Gaza after Israel began an offensive in the region a week ago.
Diaconescu said Romanian authorities are making efforts to convince Egyptian authorities to open the Rafah crossing into Egypt in order to allow Romanians to leave through there.
Diaconescu is “quite optimistic” he can close talks with in time for Romania to get the EU green light from European leaders on December 17.