President Klaus Iohannis was discharged from the Central Military Hospital of Bucharest on Wednesday morning, after undergoing a surgery on his right shoulder a day ago.
Klaus Iohannis will resume his activity at the Cotroceni Palace on Wednesday.
“The intervention has been successful, I feel all right and I will resume my work at the Cotroceni Palace. I appreciate the work of the medical team and I thank the whole staff of the Dr. Carol Davila Central Military University Emergency Hospital,” Iohannis said Tuesday in a Facebook post.
The hospital’s representatives also announced that President Iohannis’ surgery had been successful and his condition was very good.
“On April 26, President Klaus Iohannis has been admitted and operated at the Central Military Hospital, “Dr. Carol Davil”, on his right shoulder for a right subacromial impingement syndrome, right subacromial bursitis, supraspinatis tendonitis lesion. The intervention was done by arthroscopy, passed off in optimum conditions and the Romanian President’s condition is very good at present,” the hospital told a press release.
On Tuesday, President Iohannis was supposed to meet PM Dacian Ciolos in their weekly meeting, but rescheduled the encounter for Wednesday due to his medical intervention.
When asked to comment President Iohannis’ statement on his discontent regarding the Government’s activity, PM Ciolos said that the head of state is the one who “can say more” about his possible dissatisfactions with the Executive.