The German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be, tomorrow, on an official visit to Romania, where she is to have talks with president Traian Basescu and Prime Minister Emil Boc. The head of the Berlin government will head to Bucharest after a visit she is undertaking today, in Bulgaria. Merkel will also visit the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj, where she will be awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Cause, “for her historical contribution to the process of European unification and for her important part in the renewing of international cooperation”. The agenda of the German official’s visit will also include the inauguration of the German Studies Institute at the Babes-Bolyai University, which will be followed by a meeting with the teaching staff and students in the University’s German department, Agerpres informs. This is the German chancellor’s first official visit to Romania and comes at a time when Romania and Germany celebrate 130 years since the initiation of diplomatic ties.