Victoria Nuland to meet Iohannis, Ponta in Bucharest

Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland arrived in Bucharest on January 13 to meet with senior Romanian officials, members of the business community and civil society to discuss bilateral and regional issues, the U.S. Department of State announced on its website.

The American high-ranking official was in Berlin on Monday, where she met with senior government officials and members of the Bundestag on the broad range of bilateral, regional and global issues.

On January 15, Assistant Secretary Nuland will join Secretary of State John Kerry for his visit to Sofia, Bulgaria, and will then accompany him for his visit to Paris, France, reads the media note issued by the U.S. Department of State.

According to a press release issued by the Romanian Presidential Administration, president Klaus Iohannis will receive Victoria Nuland at the Cotroceni Palace on Wednesday, at 9 a.m. “Enhancing the US-Romanian Strategic Partnership and developing the economic part provided in the partnership,” reads the Romanian Presidency release.

Nuland will also have meetings with the Speakers of Parliament Chambers on Wednesday.

The press office of the Romanian Government informed that Victoria Nuland would met PM Victor Ponta on Tuesday at 11:15.

The U.S. Assistant Secretary did not meet PM Ponta during her previous visit in Bucharest in January last year, as he was in a private visit in Italy when the US official’s visit occurred.

 

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