President Iohannis to welcome Prince Charles at Cotroceni Palace

President Klaus Iohannis will welcome on Monday Prince Charles at the Cotroceni presidential Palace, according to a release of the Presidential Administration.

The head of state has had received Prince Charles at the seat of the Romanian Presidency on 31 May 2015 and have talked then about the enhancement of Romania’s natural and historical heritage.

At the end of that meeting, the Prince of Wales has addressed President Iohannis the invitation to visit the United Kingdom, which the Romanian president has accepted.

* In June 2015, Prince Charles has launched his own foundation in Romania – Prince of Wales Foundation -, a charity organization with educational goal targeting to support the preservation of the heritage, agriculture and sustainable development in Romania.

Prince of Wales holds through his UK charity foundation – The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation -, a Saxon dwelling in the village of Viscri, the County of Brasov, which he has offered his foundation in Romania. The property, after restoration, will become the Training Centre of the Prince of Wales in Transylvania, with a 70-person conference room, a cafeteria and accommodation rooms.

The foundation will also support personal charitable programmes of Prince of Wales and of other charity organisations, thus helping communities belonging not only to Transylvania’s area, but from all over Romania, said at that date the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Bucharest.

The The Prince of Wales’s Charitable in Great Britain also holds in Romania a property on the Zalanului Valley, in the County of Covasna.

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