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On  15 of January 2011  in a festive atmosphere at Romanian Athenaeum was marked the Hungarian takeover of European Union Presidency.  H.E. Ambassador of Hungary Oszkar Fuzes has presented briefly the priorities of Hungarian mandate concentrated on West Balkan dimension, fostering European Union dialogue with future members and supporting Romania and Bulgaria becoming full members of Schengen Free Travel Agreement.

H.E. Ambassador of Hungary Oszkar Fuzes presenting Hungarian EU presidency priorities.

The Romanian delegate, Undersecretary of State in Ministry of Culture , Irina Cajal Marin   emphasized on Romanian-Hungarian historical cooperation and friendship and on the new dimension of cooperation in the European Union between the two countries.  Ambassadors, Romanian political and cultural personalities, present at the event, appreciated also the perfect relationship between Romania and Hungary, the bilateral projects, the cooperation in the European Union institution and in forging a European Union policy more small country friendly and in more touch with the EU member’s countries aspiration. The Hungarian Presidency of European Union will serve as an experience model and an example for Romania at here takeover of European Union Presidency. The political side of the event was accompanied by a splendid cultural performance by Ferenc Liszt Chamber Orchestra which selected a special program destined to underlined Europe unity and cultural lofty .

Professor AntonCaragea,director of IRICE-Romania and undersecretary Irina Cajal congratulating H.E.Bajtai Erzsebet for the successful event.

The personalities present at the event declared that is was the most successful and warm celebration of an European Union Presidency from the moment when Romania join in the European Union and congratulated Hungarian ambassador Oszkar Fuzes and Bajtai Erzsebet  for the perfect diplomatic soiree regarded as a symbol of Romanian-Hungarian friendship and cooperation.


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