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Iohannis, Orban lay wreaths at the Troita monument in Universitate Square, in honour of December 1989 Revolution heroes

President Klaus Iohannis on Saturday laid a wreath at the Troita monument in the Universitate Square, in honouring the memory of the victims of the 1989 Revolution.

The head of the state also kept a moment of silence on this occasion.

He hailed the people attending the ceremony and briefly discussed with the representatives of the organisations of revolutionaries. One of these representatives told him he was unpleased with how the Romanian Revolution of December 1989 Revolution Institute worked.

“It is subordinated to the Senate,” said Iohannis.

Prime Minister Ludovic Orban on Saturday also  laid a wreath at the Troita monument in the Universitate Square, in honouring the memory of the victims of the 1989 Revolution.

The head of the Executive received a painting from the persons who gathered there, with the names of the children who died at Revolution.

Several tens of people gathered on Saturday in the Universitate Square, at the Troita monument that honours the memory of the victims of the December 1989 Revolution, to take part in the religious ceremony meant for the commemoration of the heroes who died in the Revolution 30 years ago.

Among the other officials who paid homage at the Troita to the victims of the Revolution was also the leader of the Save Romania Union (USR), Dan Barna.

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