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Ion Iovcev

Ion Iovcev
Nationality Moldova
Occupation Teacher
Known for principal of a Romanian language school in Tiraspol
Awards Moldova's Order of the Republic

Ion Iovcev is a teacher for the Republic of Moldova. Since 1992, he has been the principal of a Romanian language school in Tiraspol and active advocate for human rights as well as a critic of the Transnistrian leadership. Ion Iovcev was decorated, by a presidential decree, with Moldova's highest state decoration – the Order of the Republic.[1][2][3][4]

In November 2005 Ion Iovcev received threatening calls that he attributed to his criticism of the separatist regime.[5]


See also


  1. ^ Ion Iovcev
  2. ^ Un grup de cetăţeni au fost decoraţi cu distincţii de stat pentru contribuţie remarcabilă la promovarea limbii române
  3. ^ Timpul de dimineaţă, Elevii din Transnistria s-au plimbat cu Mihai Ghimpu la Condrița
  4. ^ Distincţii de stat
  5. ^ United States Department of State report for 2006

External links

  • Ion Iovcev
  • Timpul de dimineaţă, Elevii din Transnistria s-au plimbat cu Mihai Ghimpu la Condrița
  • Cazul Ion Iovcev
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