President Klaus Iohannis said on Monday that he had invited US President Joe Biden to Romania to continue their conversation of 2015, when Biden came to Romania as vice president of the United States of America.
“I have invited him to Romania, I told him I want us to continue our excellent conversation of 2015,” Iohannis said in Brussels after attending a NATO summit.
“Today in Brussels, U.S. President Joe Biden and Romanian President Klaus Iohannis marked the steadfast partnership between our two countries. Romania is a stalwart Ally and friend, ably providing security for and defending NATO’s eastern flank,” the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest wrote on Facebook after President Iohannis’s announcement on inviting U.S. President to Romania.
“ An important part of that defense was realized last week, when President Iohannis promulgated the 5G law, which will ensure that Romania’s future telecommunications infrastructure will be built by trusted and reliable companies,” the U.S. Embassy’s post also reads.