A delegation of the People’s Movement Party (PMP), invited by Centennial Institute of Colorado at “Western Conservative Summit”, attends an event that gathers Republican political leaders, as well as members and supporters of the US Republican party. The PMP delegation, consisting of the Executive Chairman, MP Eugen Tomac, Senator Cristian Vasile-Lungu and Sorin Roiban, the coordinator of the National Committee of Romanian American Republicans, had a number of meetings with members of the US Congress: Jody Hice ( Georgia), Ken Buck ( Colorado) and Paul Anthony Gosar ( Arizona).
“Within the meetings, an interesting subject for the American congressmen was related to the debate in Romania on defining the family; the American conservatives mentioned that the family must be maintained in its traditional form. The leader of the PMP deputies, Eugen Tomac, and Senator Cristian Lungu mentioned at the talks that the party is based on a Christian-Democrat doctrine, sharing the same opinion on defining the family”, according to PMP.
Other issues approached at the talks referred to the importance of the Strategic Partnership between Romania and US for the 21st century, the political situation in the Central and Eastern Europe, the issue of the immigrants in Europe, the new security threats, such as the annexation of Crimea and the risks to which Republic of Moldova is exposed.