‘Nine O’ Clock’ has celebrated its coming of age

The daily “Nine O’Clock,” the first English language daily in the whole history of Romania, celebrated on Thursday evening, at the “Intercontinental” Hotel from Bucharest, in a festive atmosphere, the 18 years which have passed since its first appearance, on October 10, 1991.

Representatives of the state authorities, ministers, parliamentarians, important Romanian and foreign business men and bankers, heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Bucharest, scholars and journalists were present at the event.

During the celebration, the director of the newspaper, Radu Bogdan, granted “Nine O’Clock Friend” diplomas and sui-generis copies of the “Infinite Column” to important political personalities, well-known Romanian and foreign bankers and businessmen, and also to journalists who have contributed, in a way or another, to the progress of the newspaper, to its assertion in the arena of the post-December Romanian media, as a means of information not only particularly useful, but also appreciated.

The event was concluded with a concert of the appreciated pop music soloist Marcel Pavel.

An extensive report from the event, accompanied by photos, will be published in the next issue of the newspaper.

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