July 10, 2014

President of the UN General Assembly John W. Ashes to visit Romania in end-July
Jul 10, 2014

President of the UN General Assembly John W. Ashes to visit Romania in end-July.
The President of the United Nations’ (UN) General Assembly, John W. Ashe, is going to pay a working visit to Romania at the end of July, the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MMSC) announced a press release quoted by Agerpres. The visit was announced during a bilateral meeting between (...)
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