The ambassador of the United Kingdom to Romania Paul Brummell has impressed on Saturday night the artists from all over the world attending the Gala of the Sibiu International Theatre Festival (FITS), when reciting from Vasile Alecsandri and said he will for ever remain a friend of Romania, even after his diplomatic mission in Bucharest comes to its end.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday that UK investment in Romania could be more substantial, pointing out that ways to diversify bilateral business ties should be found.
Prince Charles of Wales was delighted with the performance offered by drama students in Sibiu and decided to stay in the city with the actors and organisers of the International Drama Festival, of which he is a patron, not just 20 minutes, as he had initially planned, but almost two hours to acknowledge the work of the festival and the involvement of this event in changing the city, said actor
Prince Charles of Wales is visiting several tourist attractions in the central Romanian county of Sibiu, with the local History Museum being one of them, where he participates in the rehearsal of a show with students from the local Faculty of Dramatic Arts coordinated by actor Marian Ralea.
Prince Charles visited this Thursday the seat of his namesake foundation in the Transylvanian village of Viscri, accommodated in a house dating back to 1700. Here he met with farmers and artisanal food producers with whom he conversed about ingredients, recipes and marketing methods, as well as the problems they face.
President Klaus Iohannis welcomed Prince Charles, on Wednesday, at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace, with whom he discussed the Romanian-British strategic partnership, based on the enhanced cooperation in the economic and security sectors, a press release of the Presidential Administration sent to AGERPRES informs.
The recent visit to Greece by Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, was a significant moment in the long and turbulent relations between Greece and the UK, as very few high-ranking British officials have visited our country in recent decades. So the visit by the heir to the throne of the United Kingdom was of great historical and symbolic importance.
On the third and last day of an official visit to Greece, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were on Crete on Friday.
The royal couple flew into the port of Irakleio on a private aircraft and were received by the Archbishop of Crete Irinaios, the regional governor Stavros Arnaoutakis and the Mayor of Irakleio Vasilis Lambrinos among other local officials.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall stop to buy a traditional Greek koulouri from a street vendor in central Athens, Thursday. Under tight security, the royal couple visited the 11th-century Church of Panagia Kapnikarea on Ermou Street in the capital's busy shopping district and stopped for an iced coffee at Aghia Eirini Square. [EPA]