Titus Corlatean attends ceremonies devoted to Romania’s National Day in Chisinau

The chairman of the foreign policy commission of the Senate, Titus Corlatean of the Social Democratic Party, on Tuesday, December 1, in Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova, attended the ceremonies occasioned by the celebration of Romania’s National Day, reads a release of the Social Democratic Party.

The Social Democrat senator, who represented President of the Senate Mircea Geoana, laid a wreath at the monument to Stephen the Great in Chisinau. Titus Corlatean told that it was but natural for Romania’s Parliament to be represented at the statue of Stephen the Great in order to honour Romania and all Romanians’ Day, but also the memory of Romanian history.

“I laid this wreath at a moment that must unite us, all the Romanians, no matter where we live,” said Titus Corlatean. Titus Corlatean also attended the Te Deum officiated at Basarabia’s Metropolitan Church, the unveiling of the statue of the Capitoline Wolf outside the National History and Archaeology Museum as well as the festivities organized by Romania’s Embassy in Chisinau.
During his visit to the Republic of Moldova the chairman of the foreign policy commission of Romania’s Senate will meet Minister of Justice Alexandru Tanase and Interior Minister Victor Catan.

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