Igor Corman

Igor Corman
Igor Corman Senate of Poland.JPG
Member of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
29 July 2009 – 15 October 2015
10th President of the Moldovan Parliament
In office
30 May 2013 – 28 December 2014
PresidentNicolae Timofti
Prime MinisterIurie Leancă
Preceded byMarian Lupu
Succeeded byAndrian Candu
Moldovan Ambassador to Germany and Denmark
In office
12 December 2003 – 29 July 2009
PresidentVladimir Voronin
Preceded byNicolae Tăbăcaru
Succeeded byAureliu Ciocoi
Personal details
Born (1969-12-17) 17 December 1969 (age 50)
Ciulucani, Teleneşti District
Political partyDemocratic Party
Alliance for European Integration (2009–2015)
Alma materUniversity of Iaşi

Igor Corman (born 17 December 1969, Ciulucani, Telenești District, Moldavian SSR) is a Moldovan politician and diplomat, deputy to the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova from 2009 to 2015 and President of the Moldovan Parliament on 30 May 2013[1] until 29 December 2014.


Igor Corman was born on 17 December 1969 in the village of Ciulucani, in Telenești District, in the Republic of Moldova. Former Komsomol member.


Igor Corman graduated from the Faculty of History of the State University of Chişinău, Moldova (1990) and then the Faculty of History of "Al.I.Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania (1992). In the years 1992-1994 he completed doctoral studies at "Al.I.Cuza" University of Iasi, Romania, and later, in 1994-1995, post-doctoral studies at "Ludwig Maximilian" University of Munich, Germany.

In 1996, Igor Corman received his PhD in History.

In 1997, Igor Corman continued his professional training at the George Marshall College in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, and in 2002 he lectured the peacekeeping courses at Newport in the United States.[2]


After graduating from the educational institutions, since 1995 Igor Corman has worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Moldova. Thus, between 1995-1997 he worked as secretary III, secretary II and secretary I in the Directorate for Policy Analysis and Planning of the Ministry. During the period 1997-2001 he served as secretary III, secretary II, secretary I - responsible for political relations and charged with business in the Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in Germany. Between 2001-2003, he worked as Director of the General Department for Europe and North America at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.[2]

In the period 2004-2009, Igor Corman continued his diplomatic career as Ambassador of the Republic of Moldova to Germany, by joining the Kingdom of Denmark.

Since 29 July 2009 Igor Corman is deputy to the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova from the Democratic Party of Moldova and holds the post of President of the Foreign Policy and European Integration Commission. From 30 May 2013[1] until 29 December 2014 he was the President of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova. On 15 October 2015 he announced at the parliamentary session that he was giving up his mandate and withdrawing from politics in order to get involved in a project with foreign investment.[3]

Besides Romanian and Russian, Igor Corman speaks fluently German and English. He is married and has two children.[2]

Distinctions and decorations

In 2006 ,Igor Corman was decorated with the "Civic Merit" Medal by the President of the Republic of Moldova, Vladimir Voronin, and in 2009 - with the Order of the "Grand Cross of Merit"by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany.

On 24 July 2014 Igor Corman was awarded the "Order of the Republic" by the President of the Republic of Moldova, Nicolae Timofti, "for decisive contributions to the accomplishment of the major foreign policy objective of the Republic of Moldova - political association and economic integration with the European Union".[4]


External links


  1. ^ a b Ultimă oră! Igor Corman a fost ales în funcția de președinte al Parlamentului
  2. ^ a b c "Deputații". Parlament.md. Retrieved 2014-07-24.
  3. ^ Igor Corman a renunțat la mandatul de deputat: Mă retrag din politică
  4. ^ "Timofti împarte distincții de stat pentru lideri de partid, deputați și miniștri". Unimedia.info. Retrieved 2014-07-24.

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