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20th session of Mixed Government Committee on German Ethnics – next week in Bucharest

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs organizes in Bucharest on April 10 and 11 the twentieth session of the Romanian-German Government Joint Committee regarding the Germans ethnics of Romania.

According to a MAE release, this year’s session is an anniversary one, given that it celebrates 25 years since the Treaty between Romania and the Federal Republic of Germany in regard to friendly cooperation and partnership in Europe was signed.

“Within works, there will be an exchange of views in relation to the support for the German minority in Romania in the period following the previous session (Goslar, 2016) and projects to be carried out next will be discussed and agreed upon. These projects will be mentioned in a protocol that the heads of the two delegations will sign at the end of the session,” the release says.

On this occasion, the protocol of the Twentieth Session of the Romanian-German Government Committee regarding the German ethnics of Romania will be inked at the MAE headquarters, the signing ceremony being followed by the press statements of the Secretary of State George Ciamba and the Federal Government Chargé for immigrants and national minorities, Hartmut Koschyk.

The mixed Committee carries out its work annually, alternately in Romania and Germany, and aims to support the German minority in our country and is presided by co-chairs George Ciamba, Secretary of State for bilateral and strategic affairs in the Euro-Atlantic space and Hartmut Koschyk, in charge of the federal government for German origin immigrants and national minorities, Member of the German Bundestag.

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