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May 16, 2022

Romania Celebrates the Europe Day

In order to celebrate the Europe Day, in the context of the upcoming elections for the European Parliament, which will be held on May 25 in Romania, the Information Office of the European Parliament in Romania, jointly with the Infoeuropa Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs invite Romanian citizens to attend, on May 9, between 3.00 PM and 7.00 PM, at 88, Calea Victoriei Avenue (the square in front of the Central University Library) a public event during which they can learn thorough information about the European Parliament. Romanian citizens are invited to express, for the first time, in an artistic manner, their ideas and expectations regarding the future legislature of the European Parliament and those who represent them in the European Parliament, by participating in the creation of a large-scale street exhibition.
Those interested in the event are awaited with surprise prizes, which they can receive if they participate in the actions that will be organised on this occasion, among which a central position will be held by the contest named “It’s time for the new Europe you want!” Participants in this contest will directly contribute to developing the largest exhibition of graphically illustrated ideas that will reflect their vision about the future of the European Union, telling us how they see Europe and what are their expectations in relation to 5 main topics: Jobs; the Budget of the EU; the Quality of life; Economic growth; EU in the world.
Several young graphic artists will plastically illustrate these ideas and will include them in an open exhibition of street art. The graphical illustrations will be photographed and posted on the Facebook page of the Office, www.facebook.com/EPIO.Romania, where they can be voted with ‘likes’ on 10-16 May 2014 by all those interested in supporting the ideas that participate in the contest. The authors of top 3 most voted ideas transposed graphically will be rewarded with a visit to the European Parliament in Brussels.
Visitors can obtain information at the two desks of the Infoeuropa Centre and the European Parliament Information Office, they will be invited to attend quiz contests and will be able to convey their ideas to the future Romanian deputies in the European Parliament via a symbolic ballot box that will be transmitted to the next legislature of the European Parliament.
As the Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs, in order to appropriately mark 10 years from the accession of the first wave of member states and 10 years from the closing of Romania’s negotiations with the EU, as well as the Europe Day, the Infoeuropa Centre jointly with the Department for Public, Cultural and Scientific Diplomacy and the Department of Consular Relations from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in partnership with the Centre of Educational and Sporting Projects and Programmes for Children and Youth of the Municipality of Bucharest, in collaboration with the Information Office of the European Parliament in Romania, the Ministry of European Funds, the National Museum of the Romanian Peasant, the embassies of the members states of the European Union, the Representative Office of the European Commission in Bucharest and the Central University Library organise a series of public events on this occasion.
Friday, 9 May 2014, between 10 AM and 7.00 PM, Romanian citizens are invited to inform themselves about: Romanian traditional products and bio agriculture, Romania’s future in the European Union, the member states of the EU and the elections for the European Parliament, as part of street and underground events (in Metro stations). Sunday, 11 May 2014, from 10.30 AM to 6.30 PM, in the Cismigiu Gardens, Romanian citizens are invited to the first edition of the event named “The market of member states,” which will allow them to obtain information about the diversity brought by each member state in the European patrimony.

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