The Annual Meeting of Romania’s Diplomacy (RADR) started on Wednesday in Bucharest. Expecting to attend the event were illustrious foreign diplomats, including High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton, Georgia’s head diplomat Maia Panjikidze and Moldova’s head diplomat Natalia Gherman. The meeting ends on August 29.
Romania’s Foreign Ministry (MAE) reports in a press release issued on Tuesday that Foreign Minister Corlatean and heads of Romania’s diplomatic and consular missions all around the world as well as directors of Romanian cultural centres abroad will be analysing the activity and role of Romanian diplomacy in the current context of international affairs.
‘This year’s RADR will unfold under the sign of major themes of foreign policy that have regional and international implications: the regional security state, the European journey of countries sin the EU’s Eastern Partnership (Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine), regional economic and energy development, as well as the latest developments inside the European Union,’ reads the release.
The Day of Romanian Diplomacy has been celebrated each year on September 1 since 2005. MAE holds the Annual Meeting of Romania’s Diplomacy that also celebrates the Day of Romanian Diplomacy.