Mr. Leonard ORBAN in Bucharest - EU monitor

EU monitor
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Regeringsgebouw/oude paleis van Ceausescu in Boekarest, Roemenië
date November 23, 2009
city Bucharest, Romania
attending L. Orban i, V. (Viktor) Orbán i et al.
organisation European Commission (EC) i

meets with Mr. Bogdan MANOIU, Romanian Minister of European Affairs and launches the glossary on Lisbon Treaty organized by IER (European Institute in Romania)


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