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Dutch Cultural and Academic Centre inaugurated in Cluj-Napoca

Dutch Ambassador Stella Ronner-Grubacic was present on Monday at the official opening of the Dutch Cultural and Academic Centre in Cluj-Napoca.

“The newly created centre aims to build stronger ties in the fields of culture and research between Cluj-­Napoca and the Netherlands and to serve as a bridge between Dutch universities and the academic world in Romania,” reads a Facebook post of the Dutch Embassy.

The Ambassador also participated at the FSPAC Talks, an event organized for the business community by the College of Political, Administrative and Communication Sciences, where she presented the Netherlands EU Presidency.

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