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February 25, 2021
DIPLOMACY POLITICS

U.S. Ambassador in Bucharest, Romanian Intelligence Service’s director meet PM Ciolos

U.S. Ambassador in Bucharest Hans Klemm, and Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) Eduard Hellvig went on Thursday to the Victoria Governmental Palace, where they stayed for about an hour.

According to some official sources, the two have discussed with Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos in the context of the working visit that the head of the Romanian Government will pay to the U.S. as of Sunday.

PM Ciolos will be also meeting on Thursday, at the Victoria Palace, Exxon Mobil representatives.

During his visit to the U.S., PM Ciolos will meet U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden and will discuss with a number of senior officials of the U.S. Administration, with representatives of the business community, and also with members of the Romanian community living in the Washington area.

“The concept of the visit is built around the phrase ‘From shared security to shared prosperity’. The aim is highlighting the success of the Strategic Partnership with the U.S. in the field of security, and the articulation of an economic dimension of a similar ambition, starting from today’s profile of Romania, characterized by economic growth, stability and predictability,” the Government has announced recently.

The official delegation will include Foreign Minister Lazar Comanescu, Minister of Energy Victor Grigorescu, head of the Prime Minister’s Chancellery Dragos Tudorache, and State Secretary at the Department of Foreign Investment and Public-Private Partnership, Manuel Costescu.

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