UK Ambassador Brummell in Mures, says the county attracts British tourists, including Prince Charles

British Ambassador in Romania, Paul Brummell, said on Friday, after meeting Targu Mures mayor Dorin Florea, that the Mures County is well known for its beauty and for attracting many British tourists, among them Prince Charles who visited Archita.
The British envoy said this is his second visit to Targu Mures, the first one taking place in 1982, when he was a student going on the tour of Europe. Paul Brummel also said he is pleased to notice the close relations between the UK and Targu Mures, as the Romanian city is twinned with Bormouth and there is a direct flight between Targu Mures and London.
Paul Brummell is in Targu Mureas on Friday, on the occasion of celebrations regarding 25 years since the setting of SMURD emergency medical service, a ‘pride’ for the city and to which Britain has had its contribution, Agerpres informs.
The Ambassador said he is proud the UK has helped SMURD. Firemen from Scotland and representatives of the Edinburgh hospital were expected to attend the ceremony on Friday. Paul Brummell also wished success to the local authorities in their attempt to win the European Culture Capital title.

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