AGERPRES utilizeaza cookie-uri pentru a va personaliza si imbunatati experienta pe website-urile noastre si pentru scopuri de marketing. Daca navigati in continuare pe acest site fara a schimba setarile privind cookie-urile, vom presupune ca acceptati sa primiti toate cookie-urile de pe acest site. Puteti schimba setarile privind cookie-urile in orice moment. Pentru a afla mai multe, cititi Politica de cookie.
Bucharest, March 29 /Agerpres/ - Prince Charles on Wednesday went to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Carol Park in Bucharest to lay a wreath.
The wreath-laying ceremony was the first event in Prince Charles's three-day official visit to Romania.
After the event, Prince Charles was expected at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, to be welcomed by President Klaus Iohannis at 17:00hrs, EEST.
The Presidential Administration said Tuesday that talks between Iohannis and Charles will focus on the development and furthering of the strategic partnership between Romania and the UK, including security ties, the developments in the relationship between the two countries in relation with the UK leaving the European Union, with emphasis on the state of the play in the Romanian communities of the UK, as well as on Prince Charles's charitable actions in Romania.
Iohannis will bestow a Romania's Star in rank of Grand Cross on Prince Charles as a token of high esteem for his activity in Romania and for his promotion of Romania's picture abroad.
The official visits ends on Friday.
In an interview with AGERPRES last week, UK ambassador in Bucharest Paul Brummell said the visit by Prince Charles, a huge friend and admirer of Romania, is about celebrating and underlining the strength of the bilateral ties between the two countries.
"This is His Royal Highness' second official visit here to Romania, but he is no stranger to Romania. He visits very frequently on a private basis. He is a huge friend and admirer of Romania, he has a foundation here in Romania, supporting the preservation of traditional architecture and development of traditional crafts, for example," said Brummel.
This visit, he added, is about celebrating and underlining the strength of our bilateral ties.
"I think he will meet with the President and the Prime Minister and he will also meet a range of organizations working in areas as diverse as the environment, with children in need, in healthcare, but all of which have a common denominator of involving collaboration in one way or another between the United Kingdom and Romania, and I think that is really the underpinning message of his visit is that it will be a celebration of the amazingly diverse ways in which British and Romanian people and organizations are working together to do really good thing," Brumell also said. AGERPRES (RO - author: Madalina Cerban, editor: Cristina Tatu; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Razvan-Adrian Pandea)
The content of the www.agerpres.ro website has the exclusive purpose of public informing.
All the information published on this website by AGERPRES is protected by relevant legal dispositions.
It is forbidden to copy, reproduce, recompile, decompile, distribute, publish, display, modify, create derived components or products or full services, as well as any exploitation of the site's content.
The use of the Comments section entails your obligation to respect the AGERPRES terms and conditions in regards to the publishing of comments on the www.agerpres.ro.