AGERPRES special correspondent to Munich, Germany, Oana Ghita, reports: Romanian Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos on Monday met Chairman of Bavarian Landtag Barbara Stamm and signed the institution guestbook.
“It is an honour for me to visit the Parliament of Bavaria, a welcoming land for our Transylvanian Saxon brothers,” Ciolos wrote in the guestbook.
Ciolos kicked off on Sunday a visit in Bavaria, accompanied by head of PM’s chancellery Dragos Tudorache and Romania’s ambassador in Berlin Emil Hurezeanu.
On Monday, the second day of his official visit to Munich, Ciolos is scheduled to meet Bavaria PM Horst Seehofer, and officials of Ost Ausschuss, the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations.
Around noon, he is expected to attend a working lunch extended by Ost Ausschuss.
Later on, Ciolos will join a roundtable conference on IT&C and call on the Chancellery of Bavaria for a meeting with PM Horst Seehofer.
In a press statement released on Sunday, the Romanian Government said Ciolos will focus in his talk with Bavarian officials on Romanian-German bilateral relationships, currently said to be at an excellent level, boosted by intense political dialogue and a substantive economic component, as Germany is Romania’s main foreign trade partner of Romania and the third largest foreign investor in Romania.