President takes Enescu Festival, Sibiu Theatre Festival and National History Museum under his patronage

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President Klaus Iohannis informed on Wednesday that he signed two letters confirming Enescu Festival, Sibiu Theatre Festival and the National History Museum’s placement under the High Patronage of the Romania’s President, arguing the two festivals together with the modernization of the National History Museum can enlist among the great identity projects that Romania needs.

On this occasion, Iohannis said that he would mark National Culture Day for the first time as head of state on Thursday and he would do it by a visit at the National History Museum, ‘as it is the most representative place in the center of Bucharest for the Romanian state’s firmness from the cultural and historical point of view’.

At the same time, the Romanian president expressed his concern on the History Museum’s jeopardizing condition, arguing that experts say the museum’s building would not resist to a major earthquake. However, Iohannis pledged that the situation would change due to the funds allotted to the museum this year.

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