French Ambassador receives Cross of Royal House of Romania

The French Ambassador in Bucharest, Michele Ramis, received, on Monday, the decoration of the Cross of the Royal House of Romania, from the Crown Custodian, Margareta, in a small ceremony at the Elisabeta Palace.

The decoration was given to the ambassador “to honor the diplomatic work and representation of the French state, for her significant contribution to deepening good relations between Romania and the French Republic, two friendly nations, to emphasize the ties of the Royal House of Romania with the French state and the remembrance of the Romanian sovereigns’ actions in France after the World War I, for encouraging culture and the economy through bilateral programs that strengthen the ties of civil society, educational and industrial ties” that the two states have within the European Union.

The Cross of the Royal House can be awarded to some members of Her Majesty’s House or to the collaborators of the Royal House of Romania. Also, the decoration can be given to personalities from Romania or from abroad.

Source: Agerpres

Photo: Facebook/Familia Regala a Romaniei

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