Summit of EU leaders in Sibiu – catering services of RON 500,000
More than RON 500,000 (approx.. EUR 106,000) are allocated for catering services at the EU Summit to be held in May in Sibiu and the offers for this service can be submitted by April 1, 2019.
27 heads of state and heads of government from European countries, 36 official delegations, 400 high-level guests and about 800 journalists will participate to the May 9 summit in Sibiu, hotnews.ro informs.
According to the announcement posted on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) on the Acquisition of Catering Services for the Summit organized in Sibiu, the estimated value of catering services for May 8-9 is RON 516,300, VAT excluded.
The money for catering services will be allocated from the budget for the organization of the Romanian Presidency of the Council of European Union, and the deadline for submitting the tenders is April 1, 11.00h. The awarding procedure is by “framework agreement”, the criterion being “the lowest price”.
The places where the catering services will be provided will be mainly at the “Brukenthal” High School, the tents allocated to journalists, interpreters, organizers and auxiliary staff, which will be set up in the Small Square and in Huet Square in Sibiu, but also the Sibiu City Hall and Sibiu Airport.
The ministry’s announcement also states that the exact number of participants and the venues will be communicated to the service provider via a firm order that will be sent 3 days in advance and eventually updated 24 hours before the day of each event.
The catering services will consist of preparing, delivering and serving. There will be “Swedish buffet” daily meals (lunch and/or dinner); coffee-breaks (3 daily coffee breaks/person); coffee-station (lounge/airport facilities).
On May 9, in Sibiu will take place the summit of EU leaders to discuss the future of the European Union. The summit will be hosted by President Klaus Iohannis, and European Council President Donald Tusk will chair the meeting. 27 heads of state and government from European countries, 36 official delegations, 400 high-level guests and about 800 journalists are just some of the participants in Sibiu.