Andrei Marga - State Awards and Other International Awards

State Awards and Other International Awards

  • 2011 Doctor Honoris Causa – Baku Pedagogical State University (Azerbaidjan)
  • 2010 Doctor Honoris Causa – “Alecu Russo” Balty State University (Republic of Moldova)
  • 2010 Doctor Honoris Causa – „Corvinus” University of Budapest (Hungary)
  • 2009Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana in grado di Cavaliere (President of Italian Republic)
  • 2008 Honorary Dignitary of Carmel City (Israel)
  • 2008 Doctor Honoris Causa – „Paul Valery” University of Montpellier (France)
  • 2006 Doctor of Humane Letters – Plymouth State University of New Hampshire State (USA)
  • 2006 A Commendation of the Governor of State of New Hampshire (USA)
  • 2006 Medaglia Pontificia. Anno I. BenedictusXVI (Vatican)
  • 2005 Medaglia Pontificia. Anno XXVI. Joannes Paulus II (Vatican)
  • 2003 Das Grosse Verdienstkreuz (President of Germany)
  • 2003 Doctor Honoris Causa – Debrecen University (Hungary)
  • 2002 Palmes Académiques – Ministère de l’Education Nationale (France)
  • 2000 Gra-Cruz da Ordem National do Merito (President of Portugal)
  • 2000 Doctor Honoris Causa – “Ion Creangă” University of Chişinău (Republic of Moldova)
  • 2000 Insigne Aureum – University of Maribor (Slovenia)
  • 1999 Grand Officier de l’Ordre National du Mérite (President of France)
Foreign Ministers of Romania
United Principalities
Principality of Romania
  • Arsache
  • Cantacuzino
  • I. G. Ghica
  • Rosetti-Bălănescu
  • Papadopol-Calimah
  • I. Ghica
  • Mavrogheni
  • Ştirbei
  • Ş. Golescu
  • Teriachiu
  • Ş. Golescu
  • N. Golescu
  • D. Ghica
  • Kogălniceanu*
  • Calimachi-Catargiu
  • A. Golescu
  • Carp
  • Calimachi-Catargiu
  • Costa-Foru
  • Boerescu
  • Ion Bălăceanu
  • Cornea
  • Kogălniceanu
  • Ionescu
  • Câmpineanu*
  • Kogălniceanu
  • Câmpineanu
  • Boerescu
Kingdom of Romania
  • Boerescu
  • D. Brătianu
  • Stătescu
  • Sturdza
  • Câmpineanu
  • Ion C. Brătianu*
  • Pherekyde
  • Carp
  • A. Lahovary
  • Esarcu
  • A. Lahovary
  • Sturdza
  • Stoicescu
  • Aurelian*
  • Sturdza
  • Ioan Lahovary
  • Marghiloman
  • Sturdza
  • Ion I. C. Brătianu
  • Sturdza*
  • Iacob Lahovary
  • Ioan Lahovary
  • Sturdza
  • Ion I. C. Brătianu
  • Djuvara
  • Maiorescu
  • Porumbaru
  • Ion I. C. Brătianu
  • Averescu*
  • Arion
  • Coandă
  • Ion I. C. Brătianu
  • Văitoianu*
  • Mişu
  • Vaida-Voevod
  • Zamfirescu
  • Ionescu
  • Derussi
  • Duca
  • Mitilineu
  • Ştirbey*
  • Ion I. C. Brătianu
  • Titulescu
  • Mironescu
  • Mihalache
  • Argetoianu*
  • D. Ghica
  • Vaida-Voevod
  • Titulescu
  • Tătărescu*
  • Titulescu
  • V. Antonescu
  • Micescu
  • Tătărescu*
  • Petrescu-Comnen
  • Gafencu
  • Gigurtu
  • Argetoianu
  • Manoilescu
  • M. Sturdza
  • I. Antonescu*
  • M. Antonescu
  • Niculescu-Buzeşti
  • Vişoianu
  • Tătărescu
Communist Romania
  • Pauker
  • Bughici
  • Preoteasa
  • Maurer
  • Bunaciu
  • Mănescu
  • Macovescu
  • Andrei
  • Văduva
  • Totu
  • Stoian
Romania since 1989
  • Celac
  • Năstase
  • Meleşcanu
  • Severin
  • Pleşu
  • Roman
  • Geoană
  • Ungureanu
  • Popescu-Tăriceanu*
  • Cioroianu
  • Comănescu
  • Diaconescu
  • Predoiu*
  • Baconschi
  • Diaconescu
  • Marga
  • Corlăţean
Victor Ciorbea cabinet (1996-1998)
Prime Minister
Ministers of State
  • Mircea Ciumara
  • Ulm Spineanu
  • Gavril Dejeu
  • Adrian Severin
  • Victor Babiuc
  • Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu
  • Valeriu Stoica
  • Alexandru Athanasiu
Ministers
  • Valeriu Stoica (Justice)
  • Victor Babiuc/Constantin Dudu Ionescu (Defense)
  • Mircea Ciumara/Daniel Dăianu (Finance)
  • Ion Caramitru (Culture)
  • Nicolae Noica (Public Works)
  • Dinu Gavrilescu (Agriculture)
  • Ştefan Iosif Drăgulescu/Ion Victor Bruckner (Health)

  • Adrian Severin/Andrei Pleşu (Foreign Affairs)
  • Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu/Mircea Ciumara (Industry and Commerce)
  • Alexandru Athanasiu (Labor)
  • Sorin Pantiş (Communications)
  • Ioan Oltean/Sorin Frunzăverde/Romică Tomescu (Environment)
  • Traian Băsescu/Anton Ionescu (Transport)
  • Gavril Dejeu (Interior)
  • Virgil Petrescu/Andrei Marga (Education)
  • Ulm Spineanu/Ilie Şerbănescu (Reform)
  • Bujor Bogdan Teodoriu/Horia Ene (Research and Technology)
  • Mihai-Sorin Stănescu/Crin Antonescu (Youth and Sport)
  • Bogdan Niculescu-Duvăz/Ioan Mureşan (Relation with Parliament)
  • Ákos Birtalan (Tourism)
Minister-Delegates
  • Alexandru Herlea (European Integration)
  • Remus Opriş (Local Administration)
  • Valentin Ionescu (Privatization)
  • Radu Boroianu/Sorin-Mircea Bottez (Public Information)
  • György Tokay (National Minorities)
  • PNŢ minister
  • PD minister
  • PNL minister
  • UDMR minister
  • PSDR minister
  • Independent minister
Radu Vasile cabinet (1998-1999)
Prime Minister
  • Radu Vasile/Alexandru Athanasiu
Ministers of State
  • Victor Babiuc
  • Valeriu Stoica
Ministers
  • Valeriu Stoica (Justice)
  • Victor Babiuc (Defense)
  • Daniel Dăianu/Decebal Traian Remeş (Finance)
  • Ion Caramitru (Culture)
  • Nicolae Noica (Public Works)
  • Dinu Gavrilescu/Ioan Avram Mureşan (Agriculture)
  • Francisc Baranyi/Gábor Hajdú (Health)
  • Andrei Pleşu (Foreign Affairs)
  • Radu Berceanu (Industry and Commerce)
  • Alexandru Athanasiu (Labor)
  • Sorin Pantiş (Communications) Romică Tomescu (Environment)
  • Traian Băsescu (Transport)
  • Gavril Dejeu/Constantin Dudu Ionescu (Interior)
  • Andrei Marga (Education)
  • Ioan Avram Mureşan/Victor Babiuc (Reform)
  • Horia Ene/Valeriu Stoica (Research and Technology)
  • Crin Antonescu (Youth and Sport)
  • Alexandru Sassu (Relation with Parliament)
  • Sorin Frunzăverde (Tourism)
Minister-Delegates
  • Alexandru Herlea (European Integration)
  • György Tokay/Péter Eckstein-Kovács (National Minorities)
  • PNŢ minister
  • PD minister
  • PNL minister
  • UDMR minister
  • PSDR minister
  • Independent minister
Mugur Isărescu cabinet (1999-2000)
Prime Minister
  • Mugur Isărescu
Ministers of State
  • Mircea Ciumara
  • Valeriu Stoica
  • Gábor Hajdú
  • Petre Roman
Ministers
  • Valeriu Stoica (Justice)
  • Victor Babiuc/Sorin Frunzăverde (Defense)
  • Decebal Traian Remeş (Finance)
  • Ion Caramitru (Culture)
  • Nicolae Noica (Public Works)
  • Ioan Avram Mureşan (Agriculture)
  • Gábor Hajdú (Health)
  • Petre Roman (Foreign Affairs)
  • Radu Berceanu (Industry and Commerce)
  • Smaranda Dobrescu (Labor)
  • Romică Tomescu (Environment)
  • Traian Băsescu/Anca Boagiu (Transport)
  • Constantin Dudu Ionescu (Interior)
  • Andrei Marga (Education)
  • Vlad Roşca (Public Office)
  • Crin Antonescu (Youth and Sport)
  • PNŢ minister
  • PD minister
  • PNL minister
  • UDMR minister
  • Independent minister
Victor Ponta cabinet (7 May 2012 - 21 December 2012)
Prime Minister
  • Victor Ponta
Deputy Prime Minister
  • Florin Georgescu
Ministers
  • Florin Georgescu (Finance)
  • Andrei Marga/Titus Corlăţean (Foreign Affairs)
  • Daniel Constantin (Agriculture)
  • Daniel Chiţoiu (Economy)
  • Ioan Rus/Mircea Dușa (Administration and Interior)
  • Corneliu Dobriţoiu (National Defense)
  • Titus Corlăţean/Victor Ponta/Mona Pivniceru (Justice)
  • Mariana Câmpeanu (Labor)
  • Ioan Mang/Liviu Pop/Ecaterina Andronescu (Education)
  • Ovidiu Silaghi (Transport)
  • Vasile Cepoi/Victor Ponta/Raed Arafat (Health)
  • Eduard Hellvig (Regional Development and Tourism)
  • Rovana Plumb (Environment)
  • Mircea Diaconu/Puiu Haşotti (Culture)
  • Dan Nica (Communications)
  • Leonard Orban (European Affairs)
Ministers Delegate
  • Victor Paul Dobre/Radu Stroe (for Administration)
  • Liviu Pop (for Social Dialog)
  • Lucian Isar/Mihai Voicu (for the Business Environment)
  • Mircea Duşa/Dan Șova (for Liaison with Parliament)
  • PSD minister
  • PNL minister
  • PC minister
  • Independent minister
  • interim officeholder

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