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April 16, 2018

IntMin Dan on Spotlight festival: MAI headquarters came to life through light projections
Apr 16, 2018

IntMin Dan on Spotlight festival: MAI headquarters came to life through light projections.
Interior Minister Carmen Dan said on Sunday on her social media page that the headquarters of the Interior Ministry "has come to life through the light creation projected on the building" in the last evening of the Spotlight festival. "The faces of people who have chosen a career in the service of others have been our choice and our proposal for the organisers," Dan said in a Facebook post. She said she loves beauty wherever she meets it, and enjoys sharing this experience with others. "We are often the people of the extremes; we see things in black and white, although sometimes a colorful patch can change our perspective on things. I prefer beauty wherever I meet it and I am glad to share this experience with others," wrote Dan. She added that MAI is not an abstract notion. "What could be more appropriate to be projected on the MAI building? Ultimately, this ministry is not an abstract notion ... it exists and performs through devoted people. The MAI's participation in the Spotlight festival is another way of saying Thank You to police officers, firefighters, gendarmes, pilots and border guards who every day sacrifice their own good for the good of the community. They deserve to be painted in vivid colors and patriotic symbolism as they appear in the collage projected on the headquarters of the ministry. In the year of the Greater Union Centennial, any initiative that brings people to the forefront is welcome because Greater Romania was founded by people. Many thanks to the organisers! Respect for the people!." AGERPRES (RO - editor: Nona Jalba; EN - author: Corneliu-Aurelian Colceriu, editor: Adina Panaitescu)
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