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Moldova PM visits Romania EXPO 2010 Pavilion
2010. 13 September
(financiarul.ro) Romania’s EXPO 2010 Pavilion in Shanghai was visited on Sunday by a Republic of Moldova official delegation headed by Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, who was in Shanghai to celebrate the National Day of Moldova’s Pavilion at the World Exhibition in China, the Romanian foreign ministry announced.
The guests were greeted by Romanian Consul-General in Shanghai Florin Tacu and by the Romanian Pavilion director Mihaela Chitic, who presented the Moldovan visitors the pavilion concept, the exhibition area and the exhibitions put up by Romania photographer Florin Andreescu.
The Moldovan delegation also watched a cultural-artistic programme performed by Nagyvarad traditional ensemble from Oradea (northwestern Romania) on the Pavilion stage. Filat praised the Romanian Pavilion’s design as being a novel one among the EXPO 2010 exhibitors and he was very appreciative of Romania’s participation in the world event.
The Romanian Pavilion has so far received more than 3,150,000 visitors and 150 official delegations, among whom the ones headed by State Secretary at the Hungarian Ministry of National Resources Geza Szocs, Thailand’s Interior Minister Chavarat Charnvirakul, deputy Secretary General of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Sun Huai Shan, by Secretary General of the International Office for World Exhibitions Vicente Gonzales Loscertales, by Canada’s International Trade Minister Peter Van Loan, EXPO 2010 General Commissioner Hua Junduo and by Chinese Ambassador in Bucharest Liu Zengwen, who headed a delegation of seven Chinese ambassadors accredited in various countries, the ministry announced.