Valentina Butnaru

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Valentina Butnaru
Born (1958-09-03) 3 September 1958 (age 55)
Vorniceni, Străşeni
Residence Chişinău
Nationality Moldova
Ethnicity Romanian
Alma mater Moldova State University
Occupation Journalist
Employer Jurnal Trust Media
Known for Head "Limba noastră cea română"
Religion Orthodox Church
Spouse(s) Val Butnaru
Children 3
Parents Piui Vasile and Claudia
Relatives Vasile Costin (grandfather)
Awards National Order "For Merit"

Valentina Butnaru (born 3 September 1958 in Vorniceni) is a journalist and activist from the Republic of Moldova.[1] She is the head of the Association "Limba noastră cea română" in Chişinău.[2]

Biography[edit]

Valentina Butnaru was born to Vasile and Claudia Piui on 3 September 1958, Vorniceni, Străşeni. She graduated from the Moldova State University in 1980. Valentina Butnaru is the president of the Association "Limba noastră cea română", Chişinău. The association was founded on 17 March 1990 and has over 50 branches.[3]

Awards[edit]

  • National Order "For Merit" (Romanian: Ordinul naţional "Pentru Merit"), 2000.[4]
  • Medal Mihai Eminescu, 1996.
  • Diplome de membru de onoare al Asociaţiunii ASTRA (Despărţămintele Săcele-Braşov, Năsăud, Orăştie, Iaşi, anii 1998-2005).[5]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Pohilă Vlad, Val Butnaru - Calendar Naţional, Biblioteca Naţională a Republicii Moldova, 2005
  • Cheianu Constantin, Despre teatrul lui Val Butnaru - Butnaru, Val. "Apusul de soare se amână",Chişinău, Cartier, 2003
  • Proca Pavel, Mâine, sau poate poimâine se amână; Portrete cu jobenu-n sus, Chişinău, 2004

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