AGERPRES special correspondent to London, the UK, Florentina Peia, reports: Romania's President Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen attended on Wednesday a dinner at Buckingham Palace that celebrated Prince Charles's 70th birth anniversary.
The Queen will abdicate in three year's time and make Charles king, it has been claimed.
Her Majesty will step down at the age of 95 letting her son take over as Prince Regent while she is still alive, The Sun reports.
Queen Elizabeth, at 92, is the oldest and longest-serving monarch following her coronation in 1952.
Regele Ferdinand frigate left the Constanta Port on Monday to represent the Romanian Navy in two international missions in the Mediterranean Sea, September 27 - October 24, in line with Romania's commitments to NATO partners, according to a press statement released by the Romanian Navy.
Bulgaria withdrew from Junior Eurovision in 2017 following an election for the Director General of the broadcaster and has yet to return. Unfortunately, a tweet by BNT hints that a return may not be imminent.
Not a priority to return
Responding to a Twitter user inquiring about their Junior Eurovision participation, BNT said that at the moment
Denmark are set to pick a side mainly of futsal players against Wales for the Nations League game on 9 September.
Senior Danish players have refused to sign a new national team agreement with the Danish Football Association (DBU) in a dispute over commercial rights.
The DBU had hoped to select Danish lower league players for a friendly with Slovakia and then against Wales.
A new study reveals that the architects and builders of Stonehenge may have been Welsh, from more than 100 miles away. The journal Scientific Reports reveals some human remains excavated at the site were from the Preseli Mountains in Wales. While many studies have focused on the construction of Stonehenge, this is one of the first to explore who the people were that built it.
The Prince of Wales on Thursday extended the condolences of the royal family to the families impacted by the deadly wildfires east of Athens earlier this week.
"My wife and I wanted you to know how deeply saddened we were to learn of the tragic loss of life following the devastating wildfires in Attica," Prince Charles said in his message to Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos.
Bucharest, July 9 /Agerpres/ - President Klaus Iohannis will attend the NATO summit taking place in Brussels July 11 - 12, the Presidential Administration announced, adding that the program will include a meeting of the North Atlantic Council, a working meeting of the Allied leaders, as well as a meeting in the format of the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan.
The summit in London will bring together the leaders of the Western Balkans and most European officials who will discuss economic cooperation with a focus on the region, the security and challenges of the migrant crisis, the future of the "Berlin Process" and the current political developments in the region.