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This year, the Romanian president traveled for exorbitant sums

This year, the Romanian president traveled for exorbitant sums

This year, the head of state has made 21 trips abroad, with a total cost of more than 16.6 million leiwhich means an average of about 161 thousand euros per trip.

According to information from the Presidential Office on Wednesday, the total costs of Klaus Iohannis’ trips abroad in 2022 amounted to 16,604,678.40 lei.

On February 16, the head of state attended an informal business dinner in Paris at the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron, and was present on the 17th and 18th at the EU-AU summit in Brussels, and on the 24th. He also attended the extraordinary meeting of the European Council in Brussels.

In March, Klaus Iohannis took part in the extraordinary meeting of NATO heads of state and government at NATO headquarters in Brussels, and then in the meeting of the European Council in Brussels (March 24-25).

On May 30 and 31, the President was again in Brussels, on the occasion of an extraordinary meeting of the European Council.

On June 14, the head of state participated in the preparatory meeting for the NATO summit in The Hague, on June 20 he traveled to Riga, Latvia for the annual summit and business forum of the Three Seas Initiative, on the 23rd and 24th he attended the European Union and the West in Brussels – he was at the Balkan Leaders’ Meeting and Council meeting European, and from the 28th to the 30th he was in Madrid for the NATO summit.

In September, the president participated in II. At the funeral of Queen Elizabeth in London, and then headed the Romanian delegation to the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. During his stay in the United States, he also visited San Francisco.

In October, he participated in the first meeting of the European Political Group, then the informal meeting of the European Council in Prague (October 6-7), and the European Council meeting in Brussels (October 20-21).

On November 7 and 8, the head of state was present at the climate summit held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, and on the 11th and 12th at the Paris Peace Forum. On November 23, he paid an official visit to Riga, on November 24 to Vilnius, and on November 25, he participated in the international symposium held in Kaunas, Lithuania, and in the summit attended by the presidents of Lithuania, Latvia and Poland.

On December 2 and 3, the head of state was on a working visit to Athens, and on December 6, he participated in the EU-Western Balkans summit in Tirana. On December 14-15, he was in Brussels for the EU-ASEAN summit and the European Council meeting.

The President’s Office also announced that from the beginning of the year until December 15, President Klaus Iohannis had returned 14 laws to Parliament for reconsideration and submitted 12 constitutional objections.

As of December 15, requests for pardons had been submitted to the head of state 54 times, none of which had been signed.

By mid-December, the president had awarded 1,024 state awards.

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