A delegation made up by British specialists in education, Romanian community representatives in the UK and a mayor from London area is due to arrive on Friday in Romania to discuss over the next days with authorities in Bucharest about the teaching of Romanian language as a subject and on baccalaureate in Romanian in Britain, ziare.com informs.
This is a ‘surprise’ pilot project, said Iris Radulian, director of the organization coordinating ‘My Romania Group’, for ziare.com.
“I am coming to Bucharest with a delegation of very powerful people, such as the Mayor of Brent, London region, similar to District 2 in Bucharest. I am coming with them because we want to have baccalaureate in Romanian, meaning that the Romanian language to be taught in high schools in England. It is a matter of international recognition,” said Iris Radulian.
The delegation includes, among others, Kana Naheerathan, mayor of London Borough of Brent, Susan Grace, deputy director. of “Newman Catholic College”, Luljeta Nutzi, director “Shpresa Programme” and Nicolae Ratiu, the Ratiu Foundation president and son of the late politician.
Photo: Facebook/Iris Radulian