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2012 Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy

Ministry of Foreign Affairs is organizing, from 3-6 September 2012 at the Parliament Palace, Hall CA Rosetti, and at the MFA Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy (RADR). According to the press release sent by MFA, at this year will be attended by three special guests: Lamberto Zannier, Secretary General of the OSCE, Grigol Vashadze, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, and Oleg Efrim, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Moldova.


Held under the theme "Romanian diplomat after 150 years - vision and perspectives 2020", the meeting offers the performance of a stock of the activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, analyze the challenges that Romania must face in the future and establish the main lines of action in business Diplomatic short and medium term.

"Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy is a traditional event of the MFA, and this year has a special significance because marking 150 years since the establishment of the ministry. Anniversary of the foundation of modern diplomacy is a good opportunity to reflect on the virtues of joining forces to serve the national interest and to promote a credible and coherent image of Romania to foreign partners. "Said Titus Corl??ean Romanian chief diplomat.


During the two days of RADR Romanian diplomats will participate in a series of workshops on topical issues such as economic diplomacy - was organized including a meeting with business people - the strategic priorities of European Eastern Neighbourhood, stakes and projections security, relations with the Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, communication and public diplomacy and assistance for Romanians abroad and consular services.


On the sidelines RADR 2012 will take place at the Romanian Athenaeum, and a gala concert dedicated to the celebration of 150 years of Romanian diplomacy, backed by George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Horia Andreescu, involving Madrigal Choir, conducted by Voicu Popescu.