Order of Honour (Moldova)

Order of Honour (Romanian: Ordinul de Onoare) is a state order of the Republic of Moldova established by Parliament of Moldova in 2002, which is awarded by presidential decree. It is the fourth highest distinction of Moldova, after Order of the Republic, Order of Ştefan cel Mare, Order of Bogdan the Founder (Ordinul Bogdan Întemeietorul), and just before the Order of Loyalty to the Homeland (Ordinul Credinţa Patriei). The Order of Honour can be awarded also to organizations, institutions, etc.[1]

Order of Honour
Ordinul de Onoare
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Awarded by  Moldova
TypeSingle-grade order
Established2002
CountryMoldova
EligibilityMoldovan and foreign individuals and organizations
StatusActive
Statistics
First induction2002
Precedence
Next (higher)Order of Bogdan the Founder
Next (lower)Order of Loyalty to the Homeland
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Notable individual recipients (partial list)Edit

Collective awardeesEdit

  • Theoretical Lyceum George Asaki (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Theoretical Lyceum of Mikhail Berezovsky (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Ion Creanga Theoretical Lyceum (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Theoretical Lyceum of Mihai Eminescu (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Theoretical Lyceum Spiru Hareta (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Theoretical Lyceum of Mihai the Brave (Chisinau) (2010)
  • Academy of Economic Education of Moldova (2011)
  • Theoretical Lyceum of Saints Cyril and Methodius (Chisinau) (2011)
  • State Enterprise "Security Service" of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova (2012)
  • Theoretical Lyceum of Mihai Eminescu (Balti) (2013)
  • Republican Theoretical Lyceum I. Creanga (Balti) (2016)
  • Department of Carabinieri Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova (2017)
  • Academy of Public Administration (2018)
  • Gymnasium named after N.V. Gogol of the city of Bessarabka (2019)
  • National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History (2019)
  • National Children's Library. Iona Creangă (2019)
  • City Clinical Hospital "St. Michael the Archangel" (Chisinau, 2019)
  • Peace Corps

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ LEGEA Nr. 1123 din 30.07.1992 cu privire la distincțiile de stat ale Republicii Moldova (in Romanian)
  2. ^ "privind conferirea de distincții de stat". 2010-08-10. Retrieved 2017-03-01.
  3. ^ "privind conferirea "Ordinului de Onoare" domnului Michel PLATINI". 2009-03-05. Retrieved 2017-03-15.
  4. ^ "privind conferirea "Ordinului de Onoare" domnului Boris PATON". 2012-02-15. Retrieved 2017-01-12.
  5. ^ "Președintele Republicii Moldova a avut o întrevedere cu Ministrul Afacerilor Externe şi Comerţului al Ungariei". president.md. Retrieved 2020-12-12.